DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. -- Nick Kuzmenko, 50, of Dobbs Ferry, was arrested on July 24 after allegedly barricading himself into the third floor of a house on Devoe Street. Reportedly, a resident reported a domestic dispute just before 7 p.m. and when police showed up, Kuzmenko, who had violated an order of protection by being at the residence, went upstairs to the third floor and barricaded himself inside a room.
The Dobbs Ferry police called in Greenburgh SWAT along with Ardsley police for assistance. Shortly after 9 p.m. Greenburgh SWAT entered into the room and took custody of Kuzmenko without incident. Kuzmenko was charged with two counts of criminal contempt, both E felonies, one count of resisting arrest, one count of obstruction government administration and one count of criminal mischief in the third degree, which is also an E felony. He was remanded to county jail and is due in court on July 28.
The following items were also reported by local police:
Police said 18-year-old Dobbs Ferry resident Dandre Toole was charged with assault in the third degree on July 19. The victim of the assault was a 46-year-old staff member who police said Toole punched in the eye. Police said the assault left lacerations around the victim's eye, which required eight stiches. Toole allegedly fled the campus that night and returned the next morning when he was arrested by Dobbs Ferry police. Toole is charged with an A misdemeanor and is due in court on July 28.
Police said Mark James, a 50-year-old Dobbs Ferry resident, was charged with a DWI on July 22. A driver reportedly called 911 from their vehicle and told police that a black Mercedes Benz was driving erratically on Clinton Ave. Police located James and pulled him over. Police said James failed four field sobriety tests and his car was impounded and he was arrested. He was released on his own recognizance and is due in court on July 28.
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