Yorktown Adopts Anti-drag Racing Laws

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YORKTOWN, NY — January 23, 2021 – The Yorktown Town Board is cracking down on drag racing with two new laws that include vehicle confiscation. On Tuesday, January 19, 2021, the Town Board amended a local law by adding specific prohibitions on drag racing. The fine for anyone caught drag racing ranges from $1,000 to $5,000. The Town Board also …

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Statement on White Nationalist and White Supremacist Intimidation of County Residents
By Westchester County District Attorney MIRIAM E. ROCAH

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New Rochelle Deputy Police Commissioner Robert Gazzola Scarsdale Police Chief Andrew Matturro Sleepy Hollow Police Chief Anthony Bueti Tarrytown Police Chief John  Barbelet White Plains Police Chief Joseph Castelli, and Yorktown Police Chief Robert Noble WHITE PLAINS, NY — January 15, 201 — In recent weeks, the jurisdictions listed above have encountered a number of incidents in which stickers carrying …

TribuneStatement on White Nationalist and White Supremacist Intimidation of County Residents
By Westchester County District Attorney MIRIAM E. ROCAH

Yorktown Condemns Death of George Floyd

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YORKTOWN, NY — June 3, 2020 – Yorktown’s elected officials condemned the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd and rejected all forms of racism during Tuesday’s Town Board meeting. “The vast majority of those who have exercised their constitutional rights following the death of George Floyd have done so peacefully in the spirit of America’s great civil rights leaders, while …

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Red Flag Law Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) Results in the Seizure of a Cache of Weapons and Ammunition from Private Home in Yorktown

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Results in the Arrest and Arraignment of 20-year-old Resident. Defendant: Emeric Tyler (DOB 03/22/00) YORKTOWN, NY — May 9, 2020 – Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr., and Yorktown Police Chief Robert Noble announced that Emeric Tyler of Yorktown has been arrested and charged with illegally possessing numerous high-capacity ammunition magazines which were stored in his family’s Yorktown …

TribuneRed Flag Law Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) Results in the Seizure of a Cache of Weapons and Ammunition from Private Home in Yorktown

Yorktown Talk Focuses on Limiting Coronavirus Spread

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YORKTOWN, NY — May 9, 2020 – Officials from the Lowe’s home improvement store donated thousands of KN95 masks to emergency responders in Yorktown on Yesterday morning. A video of the event is posted on the town’s Facebook page. Pele Edwards, the store manager at the Yorktown Heights Lowe’s, said the donation was made in gratitude to first responders. “We …

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