Stabbing: A 19-year-old Port Chester resident told New Rochelle Police a man put a knife to his throat between 9:30 and 10 a.m. April 1 and robbed him while he was waiting for his cousin at the intersection of Beechmont Drive and Pinebrook Boulevard.
Captain Joseph Schaller said the two fought for control of the knife, causing defensive wounds to the victim's arms and hands. He was ultimately stabbed in the upper-part of his back with the blade puncturing his lung. He was taken to where he remains in critical but stable condition, Schaller said. The victim's cellphone worth $30 was stolen.
The suspect was described as a white man wearing baggy jeans and work boots.
Menacing: A 15-year-old girl was arrested for allegedly threatening her mother with a knife.
The daughter went to the Bracey Houses at 345 Main St. after living in a White Plains residence since January. The girl’s mother went see her daughter when she saw her daughter allegedly pointing a knife at her.
The girl was arrested and charged with menacing, a misdemeanor. Her name cannot be released because she is a juvenile.