CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – After a man refused a chemical DWI test, Croton police said an investigation revealed he was intoxicated.
Eulalio Gonzalezgregorio, was arrested by Croton Police and lodged at Westchester County Jail that night, after bail was set at $20,000, upon the recommendation of an Assistant District Attorney. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency later called Croton Police headquarters, say police, to lodge a warrant against Gonzalezgregorio. Gonzalezgregorio, 22, was arrested on his birthday.
In other police news:
October 22, 2 a.m. Romell Tukes, 21, was charged with felony unlawful possession of a weapon, after police say an investigation revealed that Tukes was carrying a gravity knife on his person. Tukes was lodged at Westchester County Jail overnight, after police say it was discovered he had previous felony convictions. Tukes was pulled over by police, after police report he made an unsafe lane change on Route 9. Tukes last known address was in Peekskill, say police.
October 23, 10 p.m. A woman reported three pieces of expensive jewelry missing from her home, say Croton Police. An investigation is ongoing, and according to Croton Police there did not appear to be forced entry, and the residence appeared to be secured while the resident was away. This is the second disappearance of jewelry in the victim’s home, say police. She reported that she thought she misplaced jewelry a couple months ago, but now believes it to be stolen.
October 24, 2:42 p.m. Croton Police say they discovered a woman holding a forged permanent resident card while marking a traffic stop. The woman, Oliva Maxi, 32, of Peekskill, was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument, and released on $100 bail. She is due in village court on November 2.
October 28, 5:18 a.m. A 911 caller reported a suspicious suitcase and backpack to Croton Police, police say, at the Croton-Harmon Train Station. Croton Police say they notified MTA Police, and found the suitcase and backpack upon arrival. Croton Police say they checked the bag, which was full of clothes and other items, and the suitcase and backpack were turned over to MTA to be placed in the lost and found.
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