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Man Sought in Connection With Domestic Dispute in Somers

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Davon Olin Credits: New York State Police
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SOMERS, N.Y.-The New York State Police from the Somers barracks are attempting to locate Davon M. Olin, 28, from the Bronx, for criminal obstruction of breathing following a domestic dispute. Olin is also wanted by New York City Probation.

Trooper Marc Calabro said the initial incident was called in at 7 p.m. Dec. 18 about a domestic dispute on Clayton Boulevard.

Calabro said Olin was being interviewed by Somers Police but ran from the scene when troopers arrived.

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He is charged with strangulation, criminal trespass, menacing and giving false information.

Olin frequents the Bronx area of New York City with ties to Pennsylvania and Florida. Olin is known to use the name “Day Day.”

If anyone has information regarding his whereabouts they are asked to please contact Trooper Wilson of SP Somers at 914-769-2600.

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