Headlines: Man throws rocks at town’s office, 2 teens injured in dirt bike crash, Clarkstown motorcycle crash
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
A Yorktown man is facing charges for vandalizing the town's Parks and Rec office. Michael Landolfi is charged with criminal mischief for throwing rocks, breaking the office's glass windows, and causing more than $250 worth of damage. Police got a report about the incident at 1:30 a.m. on April 16. But it wasn't until they recently got an anonymous tip that they were able to find and arrest him. He's been released on his own recognizance until he is scheduled to be back in court at the end of the month.
Two teens have serious injuries tonight after their dirt bikes crashed into each other in Dutchess County. The Dutchess County Sheriff's Office says it happened Saturday Weil Road in Dover. A preliminary investigation shows the two bikes were going opposite directions and then crashed head-on. Both were airlifted to Danbury Hospital. Both drivers are said to be conscious and alert.
A 70-year-old motorcyclist has serious injuries from an accident Sunday night. Clarkstown police say it happened on Route 59 at the intersection of Besso Street. They say a westbound car made a U-turn, trying to head eastbound when the motorcyclist hit the back of the car, which threw him from his bike. The driver of the sedan was not hurt.