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Irvington Police: Man Found High in Wrong Apartment with 9 Heroin Bags

The following is a police report; it does not indicate convictions.

On July 9, Police received a call from a 32-year-old resident of North Dutcher Street, who said her 28-year-old neighbor had come home to find an unknown man in her bed. Police responded to the multi-family home, finding a severely intoxicated Robert Dominguez, 41, of Ossining in the woman's bed.

Police awoke Dominguez and searched his body, finding 9 small glycine bags of heroin. Dominguez was taken to headquarters for processing, where he started to feel chest pains. Members of IVAC and Greenburgh paramedics responded, transporting him to Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow. When Dominguez was released, he was taken back to Irvington, where he was arraigned at 11:55 a.m. the same day.

Bail was set at $5,000. And Dominguez was remanded to the Westchester County Jail in Valhalla. Police said he had two active warrants at the time of his arrest: one from Carmel and the other possibly from Hastings.

Dominguez has 81 prior arrests.

Also this week:

July 8:

  • A resident of Manor Pond Lane called about skunk in her garage. A patrol officer responded and attempted to get it out, but he failed. The woman said she'd call Greenburgh Animal Control. Good news: Nobody got sprayed.

July 9:

  • A member of the Irvington Rec. Department said there was a man walking a dog in Scenic Hudson Park--something that's forbidden vy Village code--and refused to leave. Police responded, but the man, and his dog, were gone when they got there.

July 13:

  • Five men were arrested for trespassing at Halsey Pond Park.  The Irvington Recreation Department  asked The Irvington Police Department for additional coverage of the Halsey Pond area, where they believed there was an uptick in illegal fishing and drinking parties. Irvington police assigned the Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force to the area. Members of the task force found the men,who were charged with trespassing and released on $20 bail. The suspects' ages ranged from 26 to 41.
This Guy July 14, 2012 at 06:10 PM
"they believed there was an uptake in illegal fishing" - Isn't fishing legal there? I thought it was, or has something changed

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