Two Yonkers men arrested over accusations of multi-state robberies
Two Yonkers men have been arrested by the police and remanded at the Westchester County Jail over accusations of multi-state robberies, the Daily Voice reported on Friday, April 3.
35-year-old Michael Caccavale was arrested on Thursday after an intensive manhunt in the neighborhood of Washington Heights in Manhattan. 24-year-old Nicholas Fiore was arrested on Monday during a traffic stop in Yonkers. Both men have been accused of armed robberies in Rockland and Dutchess County in New York and in multiple jurisdictions in Connecticut.
Caccavale was detained at the Westchester County Jail without bail, while Fiore was detained and remanded to the same county jail with a bail of $50,000.
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