Rye PD Arrest Three Women For Passing Counterfeit Money

Rye PD
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According to Lt. Craig, of the City of Rye Police Department, three women were charged with possession of a forged instrument in the 1st degree, criminal possession of stolen property in the 5th degree and petit larceny.

Catherine Arichabala Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Catherine Arichabala
Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Jessica Hernandez Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Jessica Hernandez
Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Nicole Munoz Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Nicole Munoz
Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department

These women have been identified as: Catherine Arichabala, 23,  Jessica Hernandez, 17,  and Nicole Munoz, 20 years old  all who also reside in Elmhurst, NY.

On September 20TH at approximately 4:30pm, the City of Rye Police Department responded to a report of an individual attempting to pass a counterfeit $100 bill in the business district of Purchase Street. During an investigation, it was learned that the individual might be operating a red Nissan Altima.

The suspect’s vehicle was located during a traffic stop and the suspect was a passenger in this vehicle. An investigation concluded that the occupants of the vehicle were passing counterfeit $100 bills at stores located on Purchase Street. It had also been discovered that these suspects also passed these bills in neighboring jurisdictions of Rye Brook and Port Chester.

The three women were remanded to the Westchester County Jail.  Rye Brook Police Department and Port Chester Police Departments are investigating the crimes in their own jursdictions.

POSTPONED: RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY

 POSTPONED: RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR BRONX RIVER FLOOD MITIGATION PROJECT AT FISHER LANE IN NORTH WHITE PLAINS
 
 Due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict, the ribbon cutting ceremony originally schedule for Thursday, Oct. 2, at 10 a.m. along the Bronx River at Fisher Lane in North White Plains has been postponed. Information about a new date and time will be sent once it is confirmed.

Commuter Parking Passes Are In The Mail

Rye Metro North Station Photo courtesy of: soundshore.lohudblogs.com
Rye Metro North Station
Photo courtesy of: soundshore.lohudblogs.com

The Rye City Clerk’s Office has sent out the second batch of 2015 Resident Railroad commuter parking permits to those residents who have renewed their permits between September 12th and September 25th by mail.

Highland/Cedar permits will not be mailed until the entire renewal process is completed.
Non-Rye residents can begin renewing their permits as of October 1, 2014.
Renewal for all current commuter permit holders and  those who were on the waitlist before it was closed will continue until October 31, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
The program will be shut down at that time.
In order to renew your permit you can  go to the City website and look for the large white “P” in the blue square under the City News Section and follow the prompts.

Breaking News: Suspect Arrested In Webster Bank Robbery

Jamar Jermaine Jarrett Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department
Jamar Jermaine Jarrett
Photo courtesy of: City of Rye Police Department

The City of Rye Police Department along with Bridgeport, Trumbull, and the Suffield, Connecticut police departments have arrested Jamar Jermaine Jarrett on October 1, 2014. Jarrett who is 26 years old of Bridgeport, Connecticut is alleged to have  committed the Webster Bank Robbery located in Rye, NY at 72 Purchase Street on September 25th.  

This is in addition to three other bank robberies which were committed in Connecticut.

Jarrett is currently being held in Connecticut and is awaiting extradition to New York.

Donald H. Chapin, 85, Rye Resident

diamond-shaped-in-loving-memory-sky-orb-chinese-lantern-2The following obituary can be found on legacy.com

Donald H. Chapin, 85, of Rye, NY and Nantucket, MA, formerly of Larchmont, NY, Washington D.C. and Naples, FL, died on September 30, 2014.

He was a loving husband for 63 years of Barbara; cherished father of Patricia O’Donnell (Chas), Stephen Chapin (Deborah), Susan Lenane (Brian), Andrea Crowley (Ed), Thomas Chapin (Betsy) and Daniel Chapin. Adored and adoring grandfather of 13 and great-grandfather of 5.

A CPA who graduated from Williams College and Wharton School of Business, Don had a long career as a partner at Arthur Young & Co. in its offices in New York and Stamford, CT and as its managing partner in Europe.

Strongly committed to public service, he was president of the Mamaroneck School Board. In his second career, he served at the General Accounting Office as the Chief Accountant and Assistant Comptroller General.

Don loved Nantucket, football, Greek philosophy, ice cream, swimming in the ocean, classic movies, blueberry pancakes, good books and more than anything else, his family. In his memory, they ask that those who knew him dip their toes in the ocean, pet a dog, laugh at a good joke, enjoy friends and family and make a contribution to the charity of their choice

 

Rosalie Woodrow, 82, Rye Brook Resident

diamond-shaped-in-loving-memory-sky-orb-chinese-lantern-2The following obituary can be found on legacy.com

Rosalie (nee: Levine) Woodrow, of Rye Brook, NY, passed away on Friday, September 19, 2014, after 82 happy and healthy years.

Rosalie was born in the Bronx on the 4th of July, Rosalie was a graduate of New Rochelle High School and Ithaca College.

She created Woodrow Weigh of Life, working as a dietician and health counselor for decades. She volunteered with Greenwich Hospital the past 10 years of her life, and was known for her love of walking and “Be Slim” license plate.

She will be greatly missed by her sisters Laney Davis and Bette Rutman and her three children, Robert, Wendy (and husband Daniel), and Michael (and wife Bonnie), who all work together at Woodrow Jewelers in Rye. She was so proud of her grandchildren David, Jeffrey, Scott, Matthew, Jenna and Rachel.

 

Services for Yom Kippur

Jewish Star Photo courtesy of: macquirelatory.com
Jewish Star
Photo courtesy of: macquirelatory.com

Yom Kippur is (Hebrewיוֹם כִּפּוּרIPA: [ˈjom kiˈpuʁ], or יום הכיפורים), known as the Day of Atonement.  It is the holiest day of the year for  Jewish people.

Jewish people traditionally observe this holy day with an approximate 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, often spending most of the day in synagogue services.

In Rye, the Community Synagogue of Rye and the Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester will be having services for Yon Kippur.

Torah Star Photo courtesy of: winipegjewishreview.com
Torah Star
Photo courtesy of: winipegjewishreview.com

The Community Synagogue of Rye, located at 200 Forest Avenue Rye, NY 10580 will be having services for Yom Kippur on Saturday, October 4, 2014.

 Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester, located at  2125 Westchester Ave. East, Rye, NY 10580 will also be having services for Yom Kippur on Friday, October 3,2014 and on Saturday, October 4, 2014

 

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