Headlines: Serial burglar sentenced, West Harrison deli burglary, NYPD shooting on Westchester border
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Prosecutors have declared Nathaniel Gordon of Mount Vernon a serial burglar, securing a 14-year prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to two felony counts of burglary. Gordon's crime spree involved multiple incidents in January, where he stole cookware, tools, and laptops on separate occasions.
Authorities have apprehended Cesar Salazar-Duque for allegedly burglarizing a local deli in West Harrison. According to investigators, Salazar-Duque smashed the front glass door of the deli market and absconded with cash and lottery tickets. Due to previous felony convictions, he is being held at Westchester County Jail and faces charges including burglary and criminal mischief, following his arrest in Port Chester.
In a separate incident just over the Westchester County border, an alleged dispute involving an off-duty NYPD officer resulted in a man sustaining a gunshot wound. The incident reportedly occurred at a store on White Plains Road in the Bronx, as confirmed by the NYPD. The officer fired his weapon, hitting the man in the left arm and grazing his chest. The injured man was transported to the hospital, and further details regarding the altercation and the man's current condition are yet to be disclosed.