HEADLINES: 13-year-old stabbed with fork, Mount Vernon HS bomb threat, DWI charges
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
A Yorktown woman is accused of stabbing a 13-year-old in the hand with a fork. Police responded to a domestic call at a Yorktown home just after 6 p.m. on Monday. Police say the 43-year-old woman suspect was arraigned on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and attempted assault. The teen was placed in the care of a relative, and a temporary order of protection was issued on behalf of the victim.
Students at Mount Vernon High School were evacuated Tuesday after a bomb threat, according to officials. The school district's superintendent says the bomb threat was a false alarm. Emergency personnel searched the building and students and staff were allowed to reenter the building around 3 p.m. The school superintendent said the bomb threat was made before 1 p.m., but did not say how or in what fashion that warning came through.
A Tuxedo Park driver is facing DWI charges after driving on the rims a car. The Town of Ramapo police say they received a call about an erratic driver in Sloatsburg around 11:45 a.m. Monday. They say the car traveled about seven miles on just its rims until it was located.