YORKTOWN, N.Y. – A 43-year-old Bronx man is facing three felony charges in Yorktown for allegedly attempting to withdraw $7,000 from Key Bank using a stolen identity, according to the Yorktown Police Department.

Victor Reveron, already being held at Putnam County Jail, appeared before Town Justice Sal Lagonia on Tuesday, Aug. 7, to answer to the charges of second-degree possession of a forged instrument, third-degree grand larceny, and second-degree identity theft, all Class D felonies.

The alleged incident occurred on April 28 and police were called to investigate four days later. Det. George Davis made several attempts to contact Reveron, but he was uncooperative, police said. A warrant for his arrest was issued on May 15.

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On Aug. 7, police responded to Putnam County Jail, where Reveron is being held on another felony charge. He was arrested and brought to Yorktown, where was arraigned by Lagonia, who set bail at $15,000 bond or $10,000 cash. Reveron was remanded back to Putnam County Jail.

A temporary order of protection for the victims was denied because, Lagonia said, Reveron does not know who they are.

He is due back in Yorktown Justice Court on Aug. 28.

Grand Larceny

A 22-year-old Ossining man is accused of stealing more than $1,000 from Hudson River Financial Federal Credit Union, police said.

Julio R. Cruz allegedly stole from the Mohegan Lake bank between June 2 and June 13, when he “engaged in an online check cashing scam,” police said.

Cruz voluntarily surrendered to police headquarters on Aug. 9 and was later arraigned by Town Justice Gary Raniolo. He was released without bail and is due back in court on Sept. 20.

Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs

A 30-year-old Putnam Valley man is accused of driving his vehicle while impaired by drugs, police said.

Around 7:19 p.m. Aug. 9, police responded to East Main Street in Shrub Oak, where the man had driven his vehicle into a ditch, police said. He is accused of driving his car while impaired by drugs. He was also allegedly in possession of Xanax, police said.

He was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, both misdemeanors.

He was arraigned at Yorktown Justice Court and released on $100 bail. He is due back in court on Aug. 23.

Identity Theft

On June 26, Yorktown police received a call from the Polk County Florida Sheriff’s Department, alleging that one of their residents was the victim of identity theft and that their information had been used in Yorktown, police said.

Det. George Davis identified 39-year-old Jose Crespo, of Peekskill, as the suspect. He was arrested on July 9 and charged with second-degree identity theft, a Class E felony, and second-degree possession of a forged instrument, a Class D felony.

Crespo was released on $2,500 bail.

Beef Stick Theft

A 48-year-old Yorktown man is accused of stealing two Jack Link’s beef sticks from a Shrub Oak gas station before leading police on a brief chase, police said.

After allegedly stealing the beef sticks, valued at $4.88, the man left the Shell gas station in his car. Officers Ryan Noone and Michael Campion attempted to have the man pull over, but the Yorktown man allegedly fled and violated a few traffic laws in the process, such as failure to use a blinker and speeding, police said.

The man eventually pulled over in the driveway of an Old Yorktown Road home, where he allegedly refused to take a breathalyzer test, police said. He was also allegedly in possession of marijuana.

He was charged with petty larceny, driving while intoxicated, and unlawfully fleeing an officer in a motor vehicle, all misdemeanors; and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.

The man was released on $250 bail.

Dirt Bike Theft

A 12-year-old Mohegan Lake boy is accused of helping to steal a dirt bike, police said.

Police responded to a Clover Road home on July 10, where a neighbor supplied Officer Ryan Curtin with surveillance footage of the alleged theft.

Curtin was able to identify a suspect involved, and, three weeks later, contacted the 12-year-old boy and his mother. The boy was interviewed at police headquarters and charged with juvenile delinquency.

He was issued an appearance ticket for the Westchester County Department of Probation.

Marijuana Sale

A 24-year-old Yorktown man has been charged with third-degree criminal sale of marijuana, a Class E felony.

Between Feb. 16, 2017, and March 20, 2017, Yorktown police and the Westchester County Drug Task Force investigated the alleged sale of marijuana by Imran Qureshi. He was arrested on Aug. 2, after he voluntarily surrendered himself at police headquarters, according to police.

Qureshi was released without bail. He is due back in Yorktown Justice Court on Sept. 4.

Graffiti

Three 14-year-olds have been charged with juvenile delinquency for allegedly vandalizing Ivy Knoll Park with graffiti, police said.

Officers were called to investigate the park on the morning of July 27. The investigation resulted in the arrest of three 14-year-olds: a boy from Mohegan Lake, a girl from Mohegan Lake, and a boy from Cortlandt Manor. They were arrested at their residences between July 31 and Aug. 6.

The three juveniles were issued appearance tickets for the Westchester County Department of Probation.

Exposure Update

The case involving a man who allegedly exposed himself to a child and her mother in a CVS parking lot has been adjourned twice. He is due back in court on Sept. 4.