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NYS Police Troop F Remove 38 Impaired Drives from Roadway over Memorial Day Weekend

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – State Police in Troop F issued 1,021 vehicle and traffic law violation tickets during the Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 2021. From 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 28, 2021 through 5:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, 2021.

New York State Troopers in Troop F issued tickets for 215 speeding violations, 29 distracted driving violations, 155 seatbelt violations, 39 child restraint violations, 6 move-over violations, and removed 38 impaired motorists from the roadway. State police also responded to 46 vehicle accidents.

Troop F includes Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Ulster, and Greene Counties.

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Ramapo PD Arrest Hillcrest Man for Domestic Violence

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HILLCREST, NY – On September 20, 2023, Ramapo PD Officers arrested a 24 year old Hillcrest man for crimes committed during a domestic on 09/13/2023. At that time, the male had left the scene prior to police arrival. He was arrested and charged with Strangulation 2nd degree (Felony), Assault 3rd degree (Misdemeanor), Criminal Mischief 4th degree (Misdemeanor), Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Misdemeanor) and Harassment 2nd (Violation).

He was arraigned in the Village of Airmont Justice Court and was released without bail. An order of protection was issued and he was advised to appear in Ramapo Town Court on 09/26 at 1:00 pm.

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Florida Resident Arrested with Illegal Firearm by Clarkstown PD

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CLARKSTOWN, NY – At approximately 1:30 am, on September 22, 2023,, officers assigned to patrol conducted a traffic stop in the area of 40 N. Main St. New City, that resulted in the firearm arrest of a 38 year old male from Hollywood, FL.

A patrol officer observed a motor vehicle fail to stop at a red light as it was traveling on N. Main St. in New City. The officer conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle and approached the driver, and after an investigation conducted by the officers on scene, he was asked to exit his vehicle to ensure the safety of everyone at that location. Officers asked him if he had any weapons in the vehicle, to which he replied he had a gun. Upon further investigation, officers recovered a Colt 9mm semiautomatic from the center console and two loaded magazines in a bag found on the passenger’s seat, for which he did not have a permit to carry in New York.

The arrestee was charged with the following, Criminal Possession Firearm 2nd (C Felony), Criminal Possession Firearm (E Felony) and several vehicle and traffic law infractions. Mr. Ordonez was arraigned in Clarkstown Court by the Honorable Michael Bongiorno, where bail was set for $10,000.00 Cash, $25,000.00 Bond.

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