Dad reports son injured in drug deal

Police say a Goldens Bridge father reported his 15-year-old son was beaten and robbed - in a drug deal gone bad. Authorities say the attack happened in the parking lot of Increase Miller Elementary School

News 12 Staff

Mar 18, 2009, 9:42 PM

Updated 5,595 days ago

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Police say a Goldens Bridge father reported his 15-year-old son was beaten and robbed - in a drug deal gone bad.
Authorities say the attack happened in the parking lot of Increase Miller Elementary School on Waccabuc Road. According to the father, his 15-year-old son was selling marijuana to two 17-year-olds, Christopher Annuunziata, of Mount Kisco, and Alexander Rachlin, of Wilton, Conn., when the teens attacked him, stole the drugs and left him badly hurt.
Police say they were unaware of the alleged robbery until about a week ago when the 15-year-old's father came forward. Annuunziata and Rachlin have been arrested and charged with second-degree robbery.
If the 15-year-old is charged, it will only be with a misdemeanor, police say.


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