Headlines: Gun arrest in New Rochelle, guilty plea in drug sales case, bank fraud attempt

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Apr 12, 2024, 10:58 AM

Updated 46 days ago


A man has been arrested for showing a gun at a New Rochelle gas station. Police received a call about a person with a gun at the Pit Stop in New Rochelle. They later found the suspect, Feras Khris-Hat, outside a local cafe with the handgun and took him into custody.
Two Orange County men, Frankie Wilson of Middletown and Ray DeGraf-Fen-Ried of Newburgh, have both pleaded guilty to selling drugs. They face up to six years in prison on the charges. They are due back in court in June and July.
Clarkstown police are searching for a woman who attempted to commit fraud at a bank. Two people were reportedly trying to scam the Affinity Federal Credit Union in Nanuet on Wednesday. When officers arrived, the suspects had already left. One was caught and arrested. Police say the other is a woman who was wearing a black vest and hat with 'Colorado' written across the front. If you know anything about this incident and the suspect, contact Clarkstown police at (845) 639-5800.

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