Four out-of-towners charged
February 7, 2024 at 9:57 p.m.
Four out-of-towners were arrested in the last week for assault, shoplifting and more.
*An alleged dispute at the Rye Ridge Shopping Center led to an investigation by Rye Brook police on Monday, Jan. 29.
According to Police Lieutenant J. Arnold, an ongoing dispute between two women allegedly culminated into an assault at 4:25 p.m.
Police claim Zenes Hernandez of Harrison attacked a woman who worked in the shopping center before attempting to flee the area. The 24-year-old was arrested once police arrived and charged her with assault in the third degree, a misdemeanor.
*An employee of the Stop & Shop at 25 Waterfront Pl. called the Port Chester police on Tuesday, Jan. 30, to report a larceny.
Stop & Shop staff alleged a man left the store with four packs of beer and provided officers with a description of the suspect. While searching the area at 11:09 a.m., officers spotted Andrew Diallo, who allegedly fit the description of the shoplifter, in a parking lot on King Street.
According to the police report, the Mount Vernon resident was found with some of the stolen merchandise.
The 30-year-old was charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor.
*A Mount Vernon man was arrested on Saturday, Feb. 3, after allegedly refusing to leave Joey’s Sports Bar and Grill at 538 Willett Ave.
According to the police report, the 43-year-old was asked to leave for causing a disturbance at 10:15 p.m., but returned shortly afterwards. Officers claim he appeared to be intoxicated and was uncooperative when they tried speaking with him.
The man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, a violation.
*A gray Honda Pilot caught the eye of a Port Chester police officer patrolling Westchester Avenue on Monday, Feb. 5.
According to the police report, the driver of the Honda turned onto Exchange Place without the use of a proper signal. The officer performed a traffic stop and, while approaching the driver, allegedly saw an object hanging from the rear-view mirror and an open can of beer in the cupholder.
While speaking to the officers, José Zambrano Perez allegedly said he didn’t have a driver's license.
After allegedly smelling alcohol on the 45-year-old’s breath, the police asked him to consent to standardized field sobriety tests. The Greenwich, Conn., man allegedly swayed during the duration of the tests and was unable to stand on one leg. He was arrested at 1:34 a.m. When tested later that evening, his blood alcohol content was revealed to be .16%, double the legal limit of .08%.
As officers searched his pockets, they allegedly found a bag of white powder in his wallet, identified by officers as cocaine.
Zambrano Perez was charged with driving while intoxicated and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, both misdemeanors. He also received infractions for unlicensed operation of a vehicle, having the driver’s view obstructed, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle and unsafe turning without the use of a proper signal.