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Nanuet Man Arrested for Stabbing Service Dog with Large Knife in Spring Valley

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SPRING VALLEY, NY – On March 6, 2021, the Spring Valley Police Department investigated a complaint of a man who allegedly stabbed a resident’s two month old service dog in the neck with a large kitchen knife at the Gesner Gardens Apartment Complex.

The suspect who was known to the puppy’s owner then fled the scene. The puppy was quickly transported to a local animal hospital by its owner where it received numerous stitches to close the wound but survived the attack.

The ensuing investigation resulted in a 32 year old Nanuet man, Steeve Salomon, being charged with Aggravated Cruelty to Animals and Criminal Possession of a Weapon, both of which are felonies. The suspect was already incarcerated at the Rockland County Jail by the time he was charged due to other very recent unrelated criminal matters.

 

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Haverstraw Police Department Responds To Shots Fired

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On Monday July 1, 2024, Haverstraw Patrol units responded to the area of Fairmount Avenue and West Street on a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, units observed a vehicle crashed into a parked car opposite 9 Fairmount Avenue and the driver next to the vehicle on the ground with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso area. The victim was transported to Nyack Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The victim has been identified as Christian Alvarado, 29 years old of Pomona, NY. The investigation is ongoing, and HPD are asking the public to call the Haverstraw Police Department at 845-354-1500 with any information they may have regarding this incident.

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Clarkstown PD Detective Bureau Investigating Two Incidents Involving Attempted Theft Of Luxury Vehicles

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The Clarkstown Police Department Detective Bureau is currently investigating two incidents involving attempted theft of luxury vehicles in the New City area, specifically on Preakness Ln. and Gable Rd. We urge the public to review any camera footage they may have between the hours of 4:00 AM and 6:00 AM and to contact the Clarkstown Police Department at (845) 639-5800 if they observe anything suspicious.
The Clarkstown Police Department reminds homeowners to take an extra minute to remove valuables from their vehicles, take keys or fobs out of vehicles, and lock the vehicle doors. These measures will help reduce these crimes. If you witness something suspicious, please call 911, or you can also send an anonymous tip to the police using TIP411. Simply send a text message to 847411 (tip411), then type the keyword ROCKLANDCODA, followed by a space, your tip information, and hit send.

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