DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. A large window outside of the Celtic Corner on Main Street allegedly was broken by a local man after he was refused service, according to Dobbs Ferry police.
Daniel Hagan, a 46-year-old Dobbs Ferry resident, was arrested Saturday and charged with criminal mischief in the third degree, a felony, according to police. Police said Hagan was refused service at the Celtic Corner and then broke an exterior window pane with his hand. Police said the window, which measures 5 ft x 2 ft, is valued at $500. Police said Hagan was arrested just after 3 a.m. and was later released on his own recognizance.
Identity Theft: Police said a 26-year-old Dobbs Ferry man was the victim of identity theft when he reported a series of fraudulent charges April 17. Police said three credit cards fraudulently were opened in the victims name and a fourth was stopped in the process. There was a total of $574 in various purchases on the three cards between March 15 and April 10 according to police. Police referred the man to local credit agencies to investigate.
Additional Identity Theft: A 33-year-old Dobbs Ferry man reported a case of identity theft to police April 16. Police said the man found two fraudulent charges on his debit card for a total of $35. Police referred the man to local credit agencies to investigate.
Physical Altercation: Police said there was an altercation at St. Christophers school between a 24-year-old male victim and a 20-year-old male resident just before 6:30 a.m. April 19. Police said the suspect made unwanted physical contact with the victim who allegedly was shoved, threatened, grabbed and pushed into a hallway. Police said the incident still is being investigated.
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