Headlines: Shots fired in road rage incident, K-9 officer sniffs out guns and drugs
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Police in Mount Vernon are investigating a road rage incident after someone shot into another driver's car. They say the shooter aimed at the driver on South Fifth Avenue Sunday morning. The driver was not injured, but his vehicle was damaged. The driver says the shots came from a Red Tesla. The Tesla was later spotted in New York City and three people were arrested by police there. No arrests have been made by Mount Vernon police in connection with the incident.
A Scarsdale man is facing charges for allegedly possessing a loaded handgun and illegal drugs. During a traffic stop on Mamaroneck Avenue in the Village of Mamaroneck, a K-9 officer sniffed out the handgun and individually packaged envelopes of narcotics. The man is facing several gun and drug charges and is being held in Westchester County Jail after failing to post bail.