Unusual Suspects: Bestiality; Cash and Drugs; Donation Bin Theft

Recent weird and unusual crime in the Hudson Valley.

Bestiality in Rye?

Kujtim Nicaj was arrested for burglary Feb. 9 and since then, reports have been circulating that bestiality was involved. Nicaj has been employed by the Rye Colony Apartments as a superintendent for a number of years.

Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend 

Police were called to check on three Hastings teenagers with flashlights to make sure they were attempting a robbery. The girls were actually looking for lost jewelry. 

Trapped in the Scene of the Crime

A 50-year-old Long Island man is accused of stealing clothes with two other men from a donation bin located in a Stop & Shop parking lot, reports LoHud.com. Clarkstown police caught the man in the bin, where he said his alleged accomplices told him to wait. 

Valentine's Day Theft

A White Plains man allegedly tried to steal a ring and necklace from Sears on Valentine's Day. The goods are valued at approximately $150. 

17-Year-Old Holding $11,000, Marijuana and Xanax

A Mt. Kisco teenager, 17, believed to attend high school in Irvington, was arrested by the Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force after being seen with a lit marijuana cigarette. He also had more than $11,000 in cash and un-prescribed Xanax.  


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