ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- A recent episode of the Crackle web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" began with funny man Jerry Seinfeld getting into a 1958 blue Bentley parked in front of Bear Mountain Lodge in Tomkins Cove, a hamlet in Stony Point.
- A Monsey man is behind bars after being charged Thursday with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child for assaulting his wife in front of his children, according to Stony Point police.
- Orangetown police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man captured on a video vandalizing a fence on Sunday, Jan. 22, at a property on Main Street in Nyack.
- A pair of separate coyote sightings have been reported, Clarkstown Police said Thursday.
- Ramapo police have announced the arrest of a man they say scammed a local woman out of a “large sum of money.”
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day slammed the state's Public Service Commission Tuesday for what he called a failure to protect Suez consumers from hikes in their water rates.
- Orangetown police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles and homes after investigating two events -- a suspicious injury to a dog and a burglary that recently occurred in Pearl River.
- A former Rockland County BOCES official pleaded guilty Thursday to numerous counts of fraud, theft, and bribery associated with a scheme to charge the county for school bus repairs that never happened.
- A Stony Point woman was charged Wednesday with stealing more than $2,000 from her ex-husband by forging a check, according to the Stony Point Police Department.
- Members of a Rockland ad hoc citizens group visited U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer’s Peekskill office Tuesday to express their disappointment over his recent votes to confirm the first three Cabinet picks made by newly installed President Donald J. Trump, a Bedford resident.
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