ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- Three lucky Rockland County residents received a combined $22.3 million in Lotto winnings during a special event complete with oversized checks on Friday.
- A Palisades Mall employee was nabbed for setting up an identification theft scheme at Kay Jewelers that netted her and an accomplice $6,500 worth of goods, including a scheme involving a woman from Montrose, according to the Clarkstown Police.
- The Winter Storm Warning issued for the quick-moving Nor'easter that blew through Rockland Thursday expired at 6 p.m., but blowing snow and icy conditions made travel challenging throughout the area through Friday morning.
- A Haverstraw man was arrested Friday, Jan. 27, for stealing, and then charging more than $800 on his former boss's credit card, according to the Stony Point Police.
- A former high-ranking West Nyack U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent, who also worked as a manager at a New Jersey strip club, was sentenced Wednesday to one year of probation for hiding his double life.
- Three New Jersey men found themselves behind bars after Orangetown Police nabbed them with stolen credit and Social Security cards.
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day outlined where Rockland has been, where it is and where it’s going in his annual State of the County message Tuesday night.