Two people have been slashed in separate incidents at suburban New York stores on Black Friday, but authorities say the crimes were not related to shopping.
A Rockland County mother still maintains faith her daughter’s killer will someday be brought to justice – four decades after the crime.
David Bastar, 30, of Nanuet is accused of stealing the truck that was full of $8,000 worth of baguettes, whole-wheat rolls and loaves of sourdough.
Authorities say heavy, wet snow is putting a serious strain on many buildings around the area.
An indoor sports complex in Nanuet collapsed Thursday night following a gas-fed fire.
A federal judge told Lawrence Mulqueen he is entitled to have opinions, but his postings had crossed the line into criminal behavior.
The Shops at Nanuet – the outdoor shopping complex on the site of the former Nanuet Mall – has opened to the public.
The shopping center is still very much a construction site, but officials said it will go beyond the typical shopping mall once complete.
The alleged scheme involves contractors doing unsolicited work on residents’ homes, the Clarkstown Police Department said.
“Their dirt nap is coming very soon,” Lawrence Mulqueen allegedly wrote on Facebook.
The Shops at Nanuet will feature a Fairway market, 24 Hour Fitness and a Regal movie theater in addition to the anchor stores of Sears and Macy’s.
Ryan Barron, 19, was allegedly driving a 1998 Ford through a parking lot at the Wald Pavillion in Nanuet when he hit a parked car and caused it to lurch forward and strike a pedestrian and another parked vehicle, according to police.
Lawrence Mulqueen did not enter a plea on charges of making terroristic threats, illegally possessing weapons and harassment.
Police said they found two rifles, bayonets, ammunition and body armor at Lawrence Mulqueen’s home.
It’s hard to fathom the weight of one of the big plow trucks full of salt until you’re in the passenger seat, which is where WCBS 880 reporter Alex Silverman got to be Friday morning.