The New Rochelle Police Department has all but ended the burglary problems that plagued the North End of New Rochelle earlier this year, recent crime data shows. After a six month period which saw more than two dozen attempted and completed burglaries, from late 2009 until March 2010, the police responded with stepped up patrols, deploying officers in unmarked markers, conducting license plate sweeps and other measures officials did not wish to disclosed. The result: june one successful burglary in New Rochelle's tony North End neighborhoods.
Talk of the Sound first broke the story of the burglary spree in April: Team of Burglars Plague North End of New Rochelle; 21 Burglaries, 4 Attempted in Past Six MonthsRead more
The New England Thruway was closed for hours this afternoon following a multi-car collision on I-95 North near Exit 16 in New Rochelle involving 3 white vans, an SUV and a car. One person was reported in critical condition. Survivors were rushed from the scene in multiple ambulances.
New Rochelle Police are spread out across the downtown area of the City on the hunt for a man who fled out a bathroom window at 309 North Avenue. The man is reportedly wanted for an assault and has multiple felony arrest warrants outstanding for his arrest.
A late night house fire at 55 Wildcliff Road kept the New Rochelle Fire Department busy for over an hour last night . First reports came in to the fire department from residents at 40 Davenport Avenue. They reported a heavy smell of smoke in the air and smoke emanating from the rear of there building
When fire and police arrived they observed flames coming from a second story porch on a house that faces the parking lot at 40 Davenport Avenue. New Rochelle fireman knocked the fire down quickly. There were no injuries reported.
The fire department began packing up around 11:15pm Sunday night and had left the scene by midnight.
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The New Rochelle Firefighters are at it again! On June 6th the New Rochelle Fire Fighters will host there 6th annual Soap Box Derby. The event starts at 8:00am. This is an amazing event where girls and boys (8-16 yrs old) from the community enjoy a day together competitively racing soap box cars down Quaker Ridge Road. The winner of each class is sponsored by The New Rochelle Firefighters to race in Akron Ohio to compete against some of the best. Every year the event grows, more and more people from the community come out to see the action while enjoying hamburgers and hotdogs freshly grilled by President Gray and his team of volunteer day chefs. This is truly a great event for all, whether you are a spectator, participant, neighbor, or local business sponsor, every person gets to experience the true community feeling for the day. If you have a few moments to spare, come out a cheer for your favorite racer and enjoy a great New Rochelle community event. We hope to see you all there!
Hey!! LOOK BACK SOON, The New Rochelle Firefighters are currently planning the Annual Oldies Concert at New Rochelle High School. We will have many Free Tickets available soon. Save the date The Oldies Show will be on October 1st 2010…details to follow.
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Talk of the Sound has received reports of a hostage situation at 53 Rugby Road last night.
A man with a gun was in the house and refused to come out. New Rochelle police managed to convince the man to give himself up and the situation was resolved without incident.
A 20-year-old city woman was arrested and police were searching for two others in connection with the carjacking of a cab.
A Massachusetts man was arrested after threatening a 57-year-old Tarrytown man with a piece of wood in parking lot dispute.
A man accused of shooting and killing another man in broad daylight will be extradited back to Steubenville, officials said.
Rasool Hassan Williams, 32, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Charles King Jr.
Last week, authorities arrested Williams on a warrant in his hometown of New Rochelle, N.Y. Police said Williams waived his extradition and will be transported to Steubenville on Tuesday.
The South Hampton Press is reporting:
Victoria Fogal, 22, of New Rochelle, was charged with selling ecstasy inside the establishment. She was charged with fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, both felonies, according to police....A team of undercover officers spent the weekend trying to buy drugs at the club, Sgt. Kiernan said. While Ms. Fogal was the only suspect to actually sell a controlled substance to an undercover officer, authorities observed the rest of the suspects using drugs outside the club, Sgt. Kiernan said.
The Journal News reported yesterday that a woman of the same name, Victoria Fogal, was among the students receiving their diploma at the Westchester Community Graduation held its graduation ceremonies May 20.
In an unrelated story, Nikke Barnes, 33, of New Rochelle was charged with DWI and charges related to reckless driving over the Memorial Day weekend.Read more