HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. A Dobbs Ferry Man was arrested by Hastings police Wednesday after allegedly damaging property during an altercation on Christmas Eve.
Arthur Cavellero, a 23-year-old Dobbs Ferry resident, was arrested and charged with fourth degree criminal mischief stemming from a Dec. 24 altercation. Police said Cavellero got into a fight on the night of Dec. 24 shortly after midnight in Boulanger Plaza. They said the fight spilled over to a Warburton Avenue residence. Police said during the altercation, Cavellero cracked a doorframe and broke the lock on the door.
Also in the blotter:
A Hastings woman said she was the victim of identity theft and told police someone opened a Dish Network account in her name. The woman told police that $662.64 had been charged to the account as of Jan. 20. Police referred her to the proper party to investigate the identity theft.
A 16-year-old female student at the Graham School was arrested on Wednesday and charged with second degree harassment after a Jan. 20 incident with another student. Police said she got into an altercation with another student and punched the other student in the head and scratched them. Police said the girl couldnt make the $500 bail so she was taken to the Westchester County Jail.
Omar Rueda, a 20-year-old Yonkers resident, returned to the Hastings Police Department to turn himself in on an MTA arrest warrant, but changed his mind and walked out, police said. Police said Rueda told them his parole officer advised him to come back and on Wednesday he again surrendered himself. Rueda was released and is due to appear in court on Feb. 8.
Police said a 78-year-old Hastings woman reported that there had been fraudulent charges on her bank account upwards of $29,000. Police said the woman suspended the account and is following up with the bank security.
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