NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Dozens of New Rochelle High School students were detained by New Rochelle Police looking for weapons following a melee at a popular pizza spot across the street from the school.
The victim was eating alone at Gemmelli Pizzeria at 752 North Avenue when witnesses say a group of students attacked the student. The students involved in the melee smashed wine bottles, threw chairs and used utensils as weapons.
One student suffered a deep laceration to the hand. A school district employee accompanied the wounded student in an ambulance to a local hospital.New RochelleBoard of EducationPolice & Fire
BREAKING: New Rochelle High School Student Dies Following Off-Campus Stabbing Incident. Victim went “code blue” in ambulance on way to hospital, sources say. Valerie Schwab, 16, was a Junior.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- As predicted by Talk of the Sound since the beginning of the school year, the failure of New Rochelle High School administrators to enforce their own “closed campus” policy had led to tragedy. A young woman is fighting for her life in a Bronx hospital after she was stabbed several blocks from the high school campus during the middle of the school day when school board policy requires all students to remain on campus until dismissed at the end of the school day.New RochellePolice & Fire
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle Police rescued a man in his fifties who fell through the ice on Monday evening off the shore of Five Islands Park in New Rochelle.
"He was in the water for about ten minutes," said New Rochelle Police Sergeant Christopher Castiglia. “He was taken to Montefiore Hospital (New Rochelle) and treated for hypothermia.”
Police did not have an update on the man’s medical condition.
“He is lucky somebody heard him,” said Castiglia. “Nobody’s out there walking around. He could have died.”New RochellePolice & Fire
New Rochelle Police Department Promotional CeremonyRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- City officials joined the New Rochelle Police Department at their Promotional Ceremony on December 15th in the City Council Chambers. Eight members of the NRPD were recognized at the service. Family and friends were also in attendance to share in this special occasion. This was the last promotional ceremony led by Police Commissioner Patrick Carroll.
Sergeant Kevin A. Perri is promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant Supervisor
Police Officer Ryan Downs is Promoted to the rank of SergeantNew RochellePolice & Fire