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Sunday, September 9, 2007

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09/09/07 - Weekend Roundup For Port Chester

Source: The Journal News

A 33-year-old Port Chester man awaits arraignment today, accused of allegedly slashing another man across the face and throat with a box cutter early this morning.

Chris Cummings wanted a light for his cigarette and when a man on his way into the Midland Avenue Pathmark did not have one, he turned to a woman sitting in a car. She was the man's girlfriend and the man did not like Cummings talking to her, police said.

During an argument with the protective 43-year-old, police said, Cummings pulled a silver box cutter and slashed the man.......


NY Officer Charged in Homeless Death

A suburban police officer was charged with manslaughter Thursday after a drunken, homeless immigrant was found dying four miles from where the officer had answered the man's 911 call less than an hour earlier.

The indictment did not specify what actions by Mount Kisco Officer George Bubaris are alleged to have caused the death of Rene Perez, who was found unconscious beside a road in neighboring Bedford the night of April 28........

......The friction created by large influxes of immigrants in Westchester County has led to recent court cases alleging police bias against immigrant day laborers in Mamaroneck and voting rights violations against Hispanics in Port Chester. Several municipal officials have expressed frustration with the failure of Congress to come up with a national policy on the rights of illegal immigrants.........


Source: Journal News
Purchase businessman Joseph LaManna thought he had made a good deal when he bought the former home of Gov. Herbert Lehman there - until he found people building another home on what he believed was his front lawn.

It turned out the property LaManna had bought was not the 4-acre site he thought but a 2.2-acre, L-shaped parcel. What appeared to be his lawn had been sold to someone else.

The episode from 2003 is just one chapter in what an attorney for LaManna and John and Antonella DeBello of Purchase describe as an elaborate scheme cooked up by more than a dozen people, including a real estate agent, a lawyer, an insurance agent - and businessman Albert Tarantino, a Republican now running for New Rochelle City Council.......

.......Some of the people involved are alleged to have filed insurance claims falsely stating that broken water pipes had caused damage in various homes or inflating the values of property that had been damaged. Three men - Louis Cordasco Jr., John Liscio and Robert DiDonato - have been indicted on federal criminal fraud charges in the actions. Attorneys for Liscio and Cordasco said their clients denied the allegations. Attorneys for DiDonato did not return calls.

Lawrence Goldman, an attorney for Cordasco, the chairman of the Port Chester company Crystal Restoration Enterprises, said Cordasco was accused of inflating the value of water-damaged rugs, a claim he disputes. Like Santangelo, Goldman is asking Robinson to dismiss the accusations against his client........

09/09/07 - Charles Carrieri, Of Port Chester, has been charged with assault, unlawful imprisonment, and endangering the welfare of a child


Port Chester man accused of beating Conn. girl, holding her captive


A village man who held a Connecticut runaway captive for 14 months, physically abused her and having a child with her, is due in Village Court today, police said.

The 18-year-old New London girl left home July 2, 2006, with Charles Carrieri, 27, whom she met on the Internet, Lt. James Ladeairous said.

Although reported missing by her mother, no one knew she was in the village. Carrieri did not let her out of the 75 Purdy Ave. home, nor did she have access to a phone, Ladeairous said.

In December 2006, he began physically abusing her, police said. She is now unable to open her left eye, Ladeairous said, because she has a seriously damaged eye socket from repeated pummeling. So obvious was the damage that police brought her immediately to Greenwich Hospital when she walked into police headquarters Tuesday morning with her mother........

Full story: Journal News

Reporter: Leslie Korngold at 914-694-3519 or lkorngol@lohud.com.

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