WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- SUNY Purchase grad Tanairi Vazquez has joined the cast of hit Broadway musical "Hamilton."
- The driver responsible for a crash on the Taconic Parkway in Yorktown in August 2015 that killed four people, including his daughter, was arraigned in court Friday, Sept. 9, after prosecutors said he was driving with his knees before the crash occurred.
- Murder suspect Sheppard Adeghe of Yonkers was apprehended in Scotland after a monthlong search, announced Yonkers Police Detective Lt. Patrick McCormack on Thursday.
- A Port Chester woman was charged with driving drunk at twice the legal limit when she was involved in a car accident last Sunday in White Plains, state police said Tuesday.
- A 44-year-old woman driving a scooter lost control of the vehicle Thursday morning, winding up on the railroad tracks at the Metro-North train station in Hastings.
- A 17-year-old Tarrytown resident was sentenced to 20 years in prison for fatally stabbing a Sleepy Hollow High School student in Oct. 2015.
- Hudson Valley police and the Missing Persons Clearinghouse are asking for the public's help in locating 12-year-old Honesty David.
- Rye welcomed two new police officers and two new career firefighters -- including the first woman in the history of the Rye Fire Department-- during a City Hall ceremony on Friday, Sept. 9.
- At least two of several people slashed Saturday night, Sept. 10, in downtown White Plains have sustained injuries, according to a report by News 12.
- Two new police officers and two former Port Chester firefighters, including the first woman in the history of the Rye Fire Department, were sworn in during a City Hall ceremony on Friday, Sept. 9.
- Fans of the HBO show "Girls" will want to head for Hastings-on-Hudson on Monday, Sept. 19, when the cast takes over a local restaurant to film a scene for their popular show, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
- Jade Greene-Grant, a teacher in the Bronx who calls Yonkers home, won $84,000 in prizes on Wednesday night's broadcast of "Wheel of Fortune."
- A veteran Eastchester police officer who killed himself three weeks ago was responsible for a hit-and-run car crash three days before his suicide.
- Detectives in Yonkers asked for the community’s assistance as they investigate a midday Monday stabbing that left a man dead.
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