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Mahopac Man Gets 10 Years in Pharmacy Holdup

January 16, 2019

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - A Mahopac man was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 10 years in prison last week in Westchester County for the attempted armed robbery of a New Rochelle drug store last July.

Westchester County Court Judge Michael Martinelli sentenced Brian Dias, 32, to the 10-year prison term along with five years’ post-release supervision. In October 2018, Dias pleaded guilty to ...

Mahopac Man Accused of Arson at Yorktown Park Pool

SHRUB OAK, N.Y. - Two Putnam County men, including a Mahopac resident, have been accused of causing about $28,000 in damage at the Shrub Oak Memorial Park pool and were charged with felony criminal mischief, according to the Yorktown Police Department.

Police said they pulled over Jarod Sangalli, 19, at 10:25 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 21, for an alleged traffic violation. During the stop, Officer ...

Police Make Arrest in Video Game Store Robbery

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Carmel police have arrested a man and charged him with several felonies related to the robbery of the Video Games Plus on Clark Place on Dec. 1.

Police said they arrested Anthony Pesiri, 43, of Mahopac, on Friday, Jan. 4, and charged him with third-degree robbery, assault with a weapon, and first-degree criminal use of a firearm, all Class B felonies; and petit larceny, a ...

Residents Hire Attorney to Fight Cell Tower Plan

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Banding together, some Mahopac residents have hired an attorney to help them prevent a 180-foot cell tower from being erected in their neighborhood.

Danbury-based Homeland Towers has two applications before the Planning Board. One would build a tower on residential property on Dixon Road and a second would build at 254 Croton Falls Road, property owned by Richard ...

Pawling Man Gets Jail Time for Stealing from Local Cemeteries

CARMEL, n.Y. - A Pawling man was sentenced last week to 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 years in state prison for stealing money from cemeteries that he worked for, including one in Carmel and two in Mahopac.

Putnam County District Attorney Robert Tendy said Robert Bauer will also have to pay restitution in the amount of $195,850.

Bauer, who had been the superintendent of Raymond Hill Cemetery in the hamlet ...


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