Headlines: Yonkers murder, motorcycle DUI crash, judge sentenced
Here are some of the stories making headlines in the Hudson Valley.
A Yonkers man has been indicted for murder. Terrence Gonzalez is accused of fatally shooting Lateef Butler, 23, outside of an apartment building on Nepperhan Avenue back in June. Gonzalez is now facing murder and criminal possession of a weapon charges. He is due back in court on Oct. 1.
A Saugerties man was seriously injured after allegedly crashing his motorcycle while intoxicated. Police say Santos Rivera III was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana when he crashed on Route 9W in Malden and was thrown from the bike on Monday. Officials say Rivera's license had previously been revoked. He now faces multiple charges.
Former Lewisboro Town Justice Marc Seedorf has been sentenced to six months in prison for tax evasion. The South Salem resident pleaded guilty last December to evading hundreds of thousands of dollars of federal income tax from 2009 through October 2019. In addition to prison time, he will serve three years of supervised release and pay a fine of $55,000. He has already paid over $207,000 in restitution to the IRS.