HEADLINES: Boy killed in crash, cops resign over alleged sexual harassment, suspect impersonates fire chief

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Officials have released the name of the 10-year-old boy killed in Tuesday's crash in Nanuet. Michael Bosco, from Pomona, died from the injuries he suffered in the crash. A Toyota Sienna and Ford F-150 hit into each other around 6 p.m. Tuesday on Route 304 in Nanuet. First responders attempted CPR at the scene, but were unable to save Bosco. A GoFundMe has been set up for his family.
Two members of the Greenburgh Police Department have reportedly resigned amid a lawsuit and investigation for sexual harassment. They were initially placed on unpaid leave. News 12 was told disciplinary action was taken after the two men allegedly threatened a female officer and witness in the case not to speak out. The department and town are being sued for sexual harassment by another female officer. News 12 reached out to Greenburgh officials for comment but hasn't heard back.
Authorities are searching for a man impersonating a City of Rye fire chief. The man walked into Playa Bowls last Friday, falsely stating he was there to perform an inspection. After a brief walk-through, the man wrote two bills for about $450, and received cash from the store. Anyone with information is asked to contact Rye detectives.