Headlines: Charges for vicious attack suspect; woman still held on misdemeanor, ULTA robbery arrests

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Jul 21, 2022, 10:03 AM

Updated 666 days ago

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Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Tammel Esco is charged with attempted murder as a hate crime and numerous counts of assault for a vicious attack back in March. Esco allegedly punched a woman more than 100 times as she entered her Riverdale Avenue apartment. He's also accused of stomping on her and spitting on her while yelling racial slurs. He is being held without bail.
The Westchester County District Attorney's Office is revealing additional information in the high-profile case of a Westchester woman detained for more than two weeks after she was arrested for a misdemeanor. Prosecutors say 50-year-old Elizabeth Weinstein was arrested July 3 in East Hampton, Long Island after violating a restraining order for telling her children that she loved them. Weinstein is currently facing seven counts of misdemeanor criminal contempt for violating family and criminal court orders in Westchester and Suffolk counties – according to the Westchester District Attorney’s Office. The mother of three is being held in Westchester County Jail without bail for a psychiatric evaluation on a prior bail jumping charge in Briarcliff. Weinstein’s attorney, George Hritz, says he’s working with his client on a habeus corpus petition seeking her immediate release. An attorney for Weinstein's estranged husband had no comment.
Police in Port Chester were searching for suspects Wednesday who they say stole more than $17,000- worth of items from local ULTA stores. Officials say they found the suspects' car in the parking lot of the Kohl's shopping center with the driver inside, while three others entered the Port Chester Ulta location. All four were arrested. Three suspects from Brooklyn and one from New Jersey are now charged with grand larceny.


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