Domestic Violence Concerns During the Coronavirus Outbreak
By Westchester County District Attorney ANTHONY A. SCARPINO, JR.

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Westchester County District Attorney’s Office highlights increased concerns due to isolation and is available to serve victims. WHITE PLAINS, NY — March 19, 2020 — “This coronavirus pandemic is creating a particularly dangerous time for victims of domestic abuse, including intimate partner abuse, child or elder abuse. With workers being asked to work from home or are laid off, children are not …

TribuneDomestic Violence Concerns During the Coronavirus Outbreak
By Westchester County District Attorney ANTHONY A. SCARPINO, JR.

Yonkers Teen Pleads Guilty to Attempted Murder of Another Teen

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Defendant: Christian Rodriguez (DOB 01/11/04) WHITE PLAINS, NY — March 13, 2020 – Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. announced on Wednesday, March 11th that Christian Rodriguez of Yonkers pleaded guilty Wednesday (3/11) to attempted murder in the shooting of another Yonkers teen last June. Specifically, Rodriguez pleaded guilty to Attempted Murder in the Second Degree, a class …

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Statement from Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. on Threats to Jewish Community Centers

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — February 24, 2020 – On Sunday, Governor Cuomo confirmed emailed threats to 18 local Jewish Community Centers across the United States including one in the Albany area, forcing the evacuation of the building. State and national law enforcement agencies are investigating the threats. No distinct threats were made to any organization in Westchester County. Following the …

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