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DWI Arrest in the Town of Ossining

A late night DWI arrest is among the incidents that the Westchester County Police Department dealt with in the Town of Ossining.

DWI Arrest in the Town of Ossining

The following blotter was compiled by Westchester County Police Spokesman Kieran O'Leary.


     Sunday, Feb. 12 – 12:19 a.m. – Westchester County Police arrested an Ossining man on a Driving While Intoxicated charge after he was observed driving erratically on Route 9A.

     Police Officer Manuel Dacruz stopped the vehicle in the vicinity of Stormytown Road.  The driver, Antonio Magalhaes, 45, of Audubon Drive, Ossining, failed a field sobriety test and was charged with DWI, a misdemeanor. He was booked at county police headquarters in Hawthorne and released on $200 bail pending a Feb. 21 appearance in Ossining Town Court.

     Saturday, Feb. 11 – 7:29 p.m. – Westchester County Police responded to a residence on Horsehoe Circle on a report of a family dispute. The dispute was determined to be only verbal in nature.  

     Friday, Feb. 10 – 12:39 p.m. – Westchester County Police assisted a 95-year-old man who fell and hit his head at his home on Quaker Bridge Road.  The Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded and transported the man to Phelps Memorial Hospital Center.

     Tuesday, Feb. 7 – 8:56 p.m. -- An employee at on North State Road reported to county police that a former member of the club was refusing to leave the facility despite being asked to do so.  After county police responded, the 42-year-old man agreed to leave.

     Monday, Feb. 6 – 11:30 a.m. – School staff at the reported that a man was observed on school grounds in the area being used by students during recess. The man, whose son attends the school, told Westchester County police that he had just attended a parent meeting at the school and had decided to look for his son during recess. An officer confirmed the man’s account with school officials.





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