Six teens, who attend school and residential campus for at risk youth, were arrested on Aug. 13 for allegedly stealing liquor and a donation jar from two Dobbs Ferry businesses.
Police said the teens, aged 13 to 15, entered at 389 Broadway between 10:45 a.m. and 11 a.m., grabbed two bottles of Ciroc vodka and allegedly fled. The alcohol was valued at $45.98.
The same group of teens is believed to have also allegedly stolen a donation vase, with $50 in cash, from the counter at at 79 Main St. that same day—police said. The vase was worth $20.
The teens were charged with petty larceny in both crimes and taken back to The Children's Village. They are expected to appear in family court.