This information is from the Peekskill Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Tuesday, April 17--8:40 p.m.--Blake Mayer, 21, of Peekskill was charged by Police Officer Nick Franco with second-degree assault, a felony, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a misdemeanor, after an altercation on Pemart Avenue in which he assaulted an individual by striking him in the face with brass knuckles, police said. Mayer was arrested in the 700 block of North Division Street after chasing the victim into a home. The victim was treated for facial lacerations and Mayer was held for arraignment in City Court.
Wednesday, April 18—6:30 p.m.--Eric Tutino, 31, of Yorktown was charged by Police Officers Matt Basso and Ed Lemp with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, in the 800 block of Main Street. Officers working anti-crime patrol responded to a report of a suspicious male and found Tutino, who appeared to be under the influence of narcotics, police said. Investigation revealed Tutino had 28 tablets of Clonazapan, a prescription narcotic for which he had no prescription. He was held for arraignment in City Court.
Friday, April 20—2 p.m.--Desiree Spiering, 34, of the Bronx was charged by Police Officer Orlita Simmons with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, misdemeanors, on Buena Vista Avenue. Officers responding to a report of an incoherent female found Spiering, who was intoxicated and combative, police said. Spiering was taken into custody after she became violent with Simmons, police said. She was held for arraignment in City Court.
Friday, April 20—6:05 p.m.--Samuel Conklin, 28, of Cortlandt was charged by Police Officers Matt Basso and Carl DeMarco with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and obstruction of governmental administration, misdemeanors, in the 600 block of Main Street.
Officers working anti-crime patrol stopped a vehicle in which Conklin was a passenger. Investigation revealed Conklin to be in possession of powder cocaine. Conklin tried to prevent officers from recovering the cocaine and physically slapped and pushed an officer in an attempt to flee, police said. He was held for arraignment in City Court.
Friday, April 20—10 p.m.--George Oglesby, 26, of Peekskill was charged by Detective Todd Gallaher with first-degree robbery, a felony. Detectives continuing their investigation of a Feb. 16 robbery at the Dunbar Heights housing complex identified Oglesby as a suspect. He was taken into custody without incident in the 1000 block of North Division Street. Oglesby is the second person charged in the gunpoint robbery of a 24-year-old male. The investigation is continuing with more arrests expected.
Saturday, April 21--12:15 a.m.--Joseph McMillan, 41, of Lake Peekskill was charged by Police Officers Matt Basso and Carl DeMarco with first-degree robbery, a felony. Police responded around 8:50 p.m. April 20 to a report of an armed robbery at the A-Plus Market in the 800 block of North Division Street in which a clerk was robbed at knifepoint by a man who fled on foot. With assistance from the Westchester County Police aviation and K-9 units a search for the robber was launched. Peekskill detectives identified a suspect and located a vehicle believed to belong to him parked in the Highland Park neighborhood behind A-Plus. Basso and DeMarco set up surveillance on the vehicle and located McMillan as he left a wooded area and tried to flee. McMillan was taken into custody after a brief struggle on Lyman Avenue. He was held for arraignment in City Court and later sent to the Westchester County Jail in Valhalla without bail.
Saturday, April 21--2:35 a.m.--Richard Carter, 49, of Peekskill was charged by Police Officers Len Mignini and Ed Lemp with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 500 block of Smith Street. Police said they stopped Carter after seeing him visibly intoxicated and walking in the roadway. He was arrested after they found him to have 10 bags of heroin. He was held for arraignment in City Court.
Police advise that all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.