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Clarkstown Police Department Respond To A Domestic Assault in Nanuet

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On Sunday, May 12, 2024, at approximately 4:37 am, the Clarkstown Police Department responded to a distress call reporting a domestic assault on Spring Brook Rd. in Nanuet. Upon arrival, officers encountered a chaotic scene involving two victims with stab wounds.
The male victim, aged 33, reported that he had been stabbed by his ex-girlfriend, who had fled the area. He further informed officers that a 29-year-old female had also sustained stab wounds during the altercation, which took place in the vestibule of the address.
The male victim exhibited visible injuries to his upper torso and right leg, while the female victim had sustained stab wounds to both arms, resulting in substantial bleeding. Officers swiftly initiated medical aid, applying a tourniquet to the male victim’s leg to mitigate blood loss. Additional life saving aid was provided by officers to the female victim. Both victims were promptly transported by Nanuet Community Ambulance Corp. and Spring Hill Community Ambulance, to nearby hospitals for treatment.
The suspect, identified as Blanca Rincon-Hoyos, a 29-year-old female from Spring Valley, was placed under arrest by the Clarkstown Police Department Detective Bureau at 3:00 pm on the same day of the attack. Ms. Rincon-Hoyos faces multiple charges, including two counts of Attempted Murder 2nd (felony), two counts of Assault with a Weapon (felony), Burglary 1st (felony), and Criminal Possession of a Weapon (misdemeanor). Ms. Rincon-Hoyos was arraigned in the Town of Clarkstown Justice Court, where bail was set at $50,000.00. She is currently in custody at the Rockland County jail, awaiting her future court appearance.
The Clarkstown Police Department emphasizes its commitment to swiftly and decisively address incidents of domestic violence within the community. We urge anyone experiencing domestic violence or witnessing such incidents to seek help immediately. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or Text “START” to 88788.
* It should be noted that a criminal complaint is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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RPD Detective Bureau Arrested Three Individuals In The Theft Of Edible Bamboo

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The Town of Ramapo Police Department Detective Bureau arrested three individuals “stemming” from two incidents of the theft of over $3,000.00 in edible bamboo from the yard of a residence in the Village of Wesley Hills. The first incident occurred on 05/11/2024 when two suspects stole bamboo. On 05/20/2024, the two suspects from the first larceny returned with a third suspect, and again over $3,000.00 in bamboo was stolen. The defendants, all from Brooklyn, NY, were charged with Grand Larceny, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property and Trespass. They were arraigned in Wesley Hills Court and released pending a future court date.
*It should be noted that a criminal complaint is merely an accusation and that all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Security Cameras Catch A Burglary In Progress Ramapo Police Department Were Called

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Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at about 3:00 a.m., the owner of a business located within the Village of Airmont contacted Ramapo Police. They reported receiving an alert from their business’ security cameras and observed an unknown person inside the building. An astute RPD officer viewed the video and was able to identify the suspect by the clothing he was wearing. Later that morning, the 27 year old male from Spring Valley was located and found to be in possession of property stolen from the commercial building. He had other miscellaneous items in his possession at the time of his arrest and these items were taken into evidence. He was charged with Burglary 3rd, Criminal Trespass 2nd, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 5th and Petit Larceny. He was arraigned by Judge Schoenberger of the Town of Ramapo Justice Court and remanded to Rockland County Jail en lieu of $50,000 cash/$100,000 bond.
Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at about 5:00 pm, a second business owner in the Village of Airmont reported seeing a person on their security cameras enter their building and steal an item from a box located in the hallway of the building on May 21, 2024 at about 5:15 am. After reviewing the video, RPD officers were able to determine that this suspect was the same 27 year old who had been arrested earlier that date and that he had been in possession of the stolen item at the time of his arrest.
Wednesday, May 22, 2024, the suspect was charged with Burglary 3rd, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 3rd and Grand Larceny 3rd degree on the second incident. He was processed at Rockland County Jail and issued an appearance ticket for a future court appearance.
*It should be noted that a criminal complaint is merely an accusation and that all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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