NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a round-up of the top stories of the week in northern Westchester County.
- Questions continue to be raised about the checkered past of Nicholas Tartaglione, the former Briarcliff Manor police officer turned drug conspirator who was identified on Tuesday as the suspect in the execution-style slayings of four men.
- Clay Tiffany, a longtime Ossining gadfly who died last year, is back in the spotlight as his claims of police brutality from a former Briarcliff police officer accused of killing four people have resurfaced.
- In a Tuesday tweet, President-elect Donald Trump slammed former President Bill Clinton over remarks that he reportedly made at a local bookstore in a sharp back-and-forth exchange between once-and-future commanders in chief.
- An investor from Westchester working in Manhattan was one of seven Platinum Partners employees charged Monday morning with participating in a near $1 billion fraud case by the U.S. Attorney.
- A 23-year-old Yorktown man is in the Westchester County Jail after state police say he stabbed a 28-year-old male from Mahopac after an overnight fight at PJ's Bar, located on Route 6 in Somers, escalated.
- A longtime Mount Vernon criminal is facing serious charges after being charged in an 11-count indictment for allegedly attempting to stab a police officer who intervened when he was attempting to steal rims from a car dealership in Mount Kisco.
- The Peekskill Police Department is seeking the community’s assistance as they continue investigating the whereabouts of a 35-year-old woman who has been missing since before Thanksgiving.
- A pedestrian is dead after being struck by a pair of drivers on Route 6 in Southeast on Wednesday night.
- A snowy owl rescued by a Peekskill photographer on Saturday in Fairfield County has died from starvation, according to the wildlife center who was nursing the owl back to health.
- The New York State Police Department has released the identities of the two men involved in a head-on collision that involved a wrong-way driver on I-684 in Bedford.
- When Anthony Lee Medina, a Cortlandt Manor native, found out that he had been cast in "Hamilton," he immediately dropped his phone and cracked it.
- Ossining Police who stopped motorists committing minor traffic offenses last week gave them cookies from Del Sol Sweet Bakery and $5 gift certificates from First Village Coffee.and instead of giving them tickets.
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