Police: Long Island man arrested for string of crimes in New Rochelle
A Long Island man is now facing charges in a string of crimes that ended with an arrest inside a Westchester home.
Michael Bagley, 32, is charged with robbery, burglary, assault, unlawful imprisonment and criminal mischief.
Police say he robbed a convenience store on Main Street and assaulted a worker. The female employee is in serious but stable condition.
He then robbed a pedestrian of cash, authorities say.
Police say he later broke into a home on Laurel Place with a woman and her two young children inside.
The woman was able to message a neighbor to call police.
Bagley was arrested at the home without further incident.