Tarrytown police probe overnight shooting, brawl

Tarrytown police probe overnight shooting, brawl

Shots were fired outside of the Knights of Columbus headquarters in Tarrytown after a rowdy Sweet 16 party let out Friday night, police say.
Authorities say at around 10 p.m. they responded to reports of gun fire on North Washington Street. Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered several car windows shattered and multiple semiautomatic shell casings scattered on the ground. No one was hurt in the incident.
Several blocks away, a large crowd of teenagers attended a Sweet 16 party at the Knights of Columbus catering hall. Police believe a fight that broke out between some of the 200 guests at the party continued inside a nearby McDonald's on Cortland Avenue and ended at the Tarrytown train station.
Fearing a riot, police from Tarrytown, Greenburgh, Irvington and Elmsford arrived at the train station and broke up the brawl, arresting 22-year-old Kimoy Williams, of Ossining, and 17-year-old Adriana Brothers, of Peekskill.
Williams and Brothers have been charged with disorderly conduct and are due in court Oct. 16.
Officials say the brawl is still under investigation. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 914-631-1514.