Patch recently sat down with Chief John DelGardo of the to discuss officers' recent activity. Here are the details on two arrests:
- Officer James Oliver arrested a 31-year-old Southeast man around 10:15 a.m. Friday during a New York State Department of Transportation truck inspection. According to DelGardo, the registration for the 2001 GMC van was suspended in November because of an insurance lapse. Oliver charged the defendant with misdemeanor driving with a suspended registration, and then released him on his own recognizance. The driver is due in Village of Brewster (VOB) court on Feb. 6.
- Officer Stephanie Perro arrested a 19-year-old Yorktown man around 2:30 p.m. Sunday after he allegedly sped through part of the Village at 50 mph. According to DelGardo, Perro observed the defendant traveling on Route 22 in Brewster, where the speed limit is 30 mph, and then stopped him at the street's intersection with Argonne Road. During the stop, Perro discovered that the driver's license was allegedly suspended since August because of a failure to answer a summons in Greenburgh. The officer charged him with driving with a suspended license, a misdemeanor, and then released the defendant on his own recognizance. He is due in VOB Court on Feb. 6.