Morning News Update

A Yonkers man is facing attempted murder and assault charges after allegedly stabbing an acquaintance multiple times at a home on Tennyson Drive in Nanuet Saturday night. 50-year-old Frank Keogh has also reportedly been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal contempt. The unidentified victim was listed in serious condition at Nyack Hospital.

21 year-old Patrick McLoughlin of Washington Township New Jersey is reportedly behind bars this morning following a gunpoint robbery at a Hillsdale deli Sunday morning. According to police, McLoughlin wore a mask and waved a black handgun while demanding money at Wilkes Delicatessen. The clerk handed over about $100 in cash and gave police a description of McLoughlin. Police arrested him and found the cash, the handgun and the mask a short time later. McLoughlin was sent to Bergen County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

“Unfortunately it happened again.” That was yesterday afternoon’s Facebook post from the Clarkstown Police Department, in the wake of the fatal shooting of three police officials in Baton Rouge Louisiana Sunday. The Town of Ramapo Police Department’s Facebook page was adorned with the Baton Rouge P-D’s logo, while the Spring Valley police department asked its Facebook followers to keep Baton Rouge in their thoughts and prayers, adding, quote, “These cowardly acts have got to stop!” -unquote.

Three Orange County Republicans – County Executive Steve Neuhaus, county Republican Chairwoman Courtney Canfield-Greene and former Assemblywoman Nancy Calhoun – will spend the next few days in Cleveland at the Republican National Convention. All three told the Times Herald Record that they support or have made their peace with Donald Trump as their presidential nominee and expect the convention to be a fairly typical rally for the party and their candidate, in spite of heightened security and the unusual tenor that has accompanied the Trump campaign.

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