Afternoon News Update 10/6

On Saturday, State police responded to a two-car crash on the Sprain Brook parkway to find that one of the drivers involved was driving drunk. 29-year-old Paul Deberry, who already has a DWI-related conviction, was intoxicated when police arrived at the scene. It was not disclosed whether anyone was injured or not; Deberry was charged with multiple felony counts and is scheduled to appear in Greenburgh Town Court on October 14th. (Source: LoHud)

In Mount Vernon, a 61-year-old man has been charged with a hate crime after it was discovered that he created an anti-Islam piece of graffiti. Vincent Casella was arrested when a police officer witnessed him deface a light pole on the corner of Gramatan Avenue and West Grand Street. Casella was officially charged with third-degree criminal mischief, which is a felony, and for unlawfully making graffiti. (Source: LoHud)

Last week, a 150-foot unfinished yacht, that’s usually anchored in Mamaroneck Harbor, was found a mile away after it became unsecured in a wind storm. The yacht, which is commonly known as the ghost ship, was eventually found and re-secured by its’ owner. The boat has been up for sale for around a decade and can be purchased as is for one million dollars. (Source: LoHud)

In New York sports news, the Mets suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Giants last night. The pitching matchup between Madison Bumgarner and Noah Syndergaard was everything people expected, but it was the Giants that would edge the Mets in the 9th and come away with the W.

-Patrick Flood

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