Headlines: Mount Vernon man sentenced in stabbing, police search for suspect in Rite Aid robbery, Sleepy Holly police lieutenant suspended with pay

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

May 25, 2021, 12:37 PM

Updated 1,126 days ago


Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
  • Mount Vernon resident Savion Kirton was sentenced to 18-years-to-life behind bars. He was convicted of fatally stabbing a man outside of a corner store in 2019. Police officials say he showed up with a knife after his girlfriend told him the victim brushed up against her while in the store.
  • Police officials are still searching for a third suspect in an armed robbery that happened at a Rite Aid on East Hartsdale Avenue in Hartsdale. Two men were taken into custody. Police say the three men used a knife and gun to steal from the store on Sunday, May 23.
  • A Sleep Hollow police lieutenant is suspended with pay, after being accused of driving under the influence of alcohol and having sexual relations with a female police officer in an unmarked police car. Officials say both adults were off duty, and they were attending work-related celebrations back in April. The incident remains under investigation. The lieutenant and officer could both face disciplinary action.

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