A woman came into Tarrytown headquarters on Nov. 18 at 11:42 a.m. reporting she had been involved in a dispute her boyfriend at his residence on Carrollwood Drive early that morning.
The woman reported she was hit in the face during the dispute and sustained bruising to her left eye area. She also complained of bruising to both arms. She refused medical attention.
Police obtained a written statement from her and photos. A paperwork-only arrest was completed with an arrest warrant signed by Judge Kyle McGovern. Officers at 2:45 pm attempted to serve arrest warrant to Thomas Shumansky, 57, at his residence, yielding no results. The case was turned over to the detective division.
Shumansky was charged with:
- Unlawful imprisonment in the second degree
- Attempted assault in the third degree, with intent to cause physical injury
On Nov. 19 at 11 a.m., Shumansky turned himself into police at headquarters on the active warrant; he was held pending arraignment and released on $200 cash bail with a return court date.
At 12:15 p.m. that day, detectives took Shumansky to his home so he could turn over his weapons, as per the conditions of his release from McGovern. Lieutenant William Herguth specified that these were two handguns and a rifle he had permits for, and turning them over was just "up to the Judge."