Stolen automobile qualified prospects to bust for crack cocaine, license suspension | Edgemont/Hartsdale

Police have been notified Sept. 27 of a stolen Honda with Pennsylvania license plates traveling north on Central Avenue at Ardsley Highway. A detective driving southbound noticed the car or truck occupied by two adult men in the vicinity of Marion Avenue. The officer tried using to intercept the auto, but lost sight of it. Yet another officer found the car or truck double-parked in the parking good deal of Marshalls on N. Central Avenue. The driver backed up into a authorized parking place, bought out of the automobile, and the two gentlemen entered Marshalls.

Unmarked models responded to the area along with two marked police autos. It was verified the vehicle was stolen. The two gentlemen remaining the shop separately. Just one was carrying a number of bags. When each adult men have been within the motor vehicle and the driver started the ignition, police approached the vehicle, and Saul Cordova, 37, and Ruben Ortiz, 54, were placed under arrest. Things stolen from Marshalls were recovered in the front compartment. Ortiz and Cordova had been taken to law enforcement headquarters and the car or truck was towed.