Headlines: Ossining threat, man sentenced for fatal shooting, high-end car thefts
Here are some of the stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
A threat and lockout now lifted at all schools in the Ossining district. Police say an individual called in a threat against the high school. Students were remote learning so the school was basically empty, with just a handful of staffers and faculty inside the building. There is no word yet as to who made the threat.
A Peekskill man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for a fatal shooting. Prosecutors say Demetrius pleaded guilty in September to the 2018 shooting of Khalil Lyons, 22, of the Bronx. Police say the killing escalated from an argument on Park Street in Peekskill.
Authorities in Dutchess County are warning residents to lock up their cars. They say several theft investigations now underway throughout the county involving high-end vehicles. Video shows someone getting into a car that was left running at a gas station in Beekman and taking off. The Dutchess Sheriff's Office tells News 12 the incident is just one of the more than two dozen car thefts in the county this year.