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Police agencies in Northern Westchester are cautioning to be on high alert after reports of wild animals roaming through the region. Police received reports of separate coyote and bear sightings in the past week that happened just days apart in North Castle. First, shortly before 11:30 a.m. on Friday, May 6, the Westchester County Police Department reported that they received a call from a passerby on Route 120 about a coyote that was making its way about the area. According to police, officials responded to the area and the coyote ran onto airport property. Then, shortly before 10 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, police in North Castle received a new report from a Cox Avenue resident advising that a black bear was spotted crossing the road near the intersection of Maryland Avenue. Police said that the black bear was seen heading down Maryland Avenue, though a canvas of the area by officers did not turn up the animal. No injuries were reported in either instance.
A mail thief is at large in Northern Westchester after being caught red-handed by an area homeowner stealing mail from his mailbox in the middle of the day, police announced. In North Castle, shortly before noon on Friday, Nov. 12, a caller reported that he saw a Black man in his 20s on Mianus River Road, get out of a gray Mercedes and steal several envelopes containing checks from his mailbox. Police said that the homeowner ran to the mailbox to confirm the items had been stolen, and proceeded to follow the vehicle, which stopped in front of St. Mary’s Church, where he was able to get a picture before contacting the North Castle Police Department. According to police, the suspect in the passenger’s side was described as wearing a red sweatshirt. No other descriptive information was provided by the investigators. Officers canvassed the area for the described Mercedes, but were unable to locate the driver, though they secured a witness. The incident remains under investigation.
Police said they have located a person who was in crisis following a domestic incident in Westchester County. The North Castle Police Department issued an alert on Wednesday, Oct. 13, saying officers had searched the Windmill area for one of the people involved in a domestic incident who was in a personal crisis. Police said after searching the area, the person was found and taken for appropriate care. Authorities said there is no concern for the safety of area residents. North Castle Police did not provide further details about the incident.
Rougemont, NC -- Once upon a time in Rougemont, North Carolina an artist decided to build an extravagant castle on his sprawling 14 acres of land. This built-from-scratch sculpture is based on architecture from Central and Eastern Europe, complete with 18 pinnacles. Unfortunately, the project turned into a fantastical ruin and was abandoned for 12 years. Local residents would trek far into the woods for an engagement photo backdrop, a secret wedding, or even to just see the work of art. With all this recent traction, sculptor Robert Mihaley is now inspired to finish the castle as an event space and vineyard. It's all just in time for his upcoming daughter's sweet sixteen party!
A suspect is at large after allegedly threatening a man with a handgun in Northern Westchester, police said. The North Castle Police Department received a report at 3:40 p.m. on Saturday, May 15 from a man who said he had been “menaced” with a dark-colored handgun by a Black man who was a passenger in a vehicle on Reservoir Road in North White Plains. Police said the vehicle was described as being a white Chrysler 300 with white license plates, possibly from New York, with the letters beginning with “KDP.” The driver was described as being a heavyset Black woman who continued onto Castle Heights. The gun-wielding passenger was described as being between 30 and 40 years old. No other descriptive information was provided. The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information can contact the North Castle Police Department by calling (914) 273-9500.
A HUGE countryside castle with an eerie secret has gone on the market for £3million. "The Castle", in Castle Eden, County Durham, boasts 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and one secret dungeon which spans the entire base of the palatial home. 8The huge countryside castle in Durham sits on 14 acres of landCredit: North News and Pictures 8The grade II listed castle comes with its own secret dungeonCredit: North News and Pictures The grade II listed castle sits on 14 acres of land, which equates to over ten football pitches, and comprises 15,102sqft across two floors. The County Durham property is also surrounded by the local nature reserve and has a wrought iron gates, and a driveway which is lit by old Victorian street lights. The castle's sleeping quarters include five bedrooms on the first floor and six on the second - eight of which are double. Beneath the ground floor, however, lies a spooky secret. Lindsey Harrison, a real estate salesperson for the castle, spoke about the hidden Victorian dungeon. "The dungeon is the full footprint of the castle," she...
Gwrych Castle Estate. David Goddard/ Getty Gwrych Castle in North Wales has been abandoned for decades. Mark Baker is in charge of restoring the castle, and he spoke to Insider about the castle's long history. Built in the early 1800s, the castle originally acted as a private residence and then as a site for medieval reenactments. The castle is also said to be haunted by the ghost of its former owner, Countess Winifred. Visit Insider's homepage for more. Across the world, abandoned castles stand in ruin, but none has quite as interesting a history as North Wales' Gwrych Castle. Built in the early 1800s, this castle was a private residence and then became a site for medieval reenactments. Insider spoke with Mark Baker, who is in charge of restoring the castle, to learn more about its history and the ghosts that haunt the grounds. Keep reading to step inside the 200-year-old Gwrych Castle.
There were more than 100 newly reported COVID-19 cases in Westchester in the latest data provided by the county’s Department of Health. Since the pandemic began in early March out of New Rochelle, there have now been 37,314 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Westchester out of 567,207 tested. The percentage of positive results has dropped from 7 percent last week to 6.6 percent as of Tuesday, Sept. 8. The latest breakdown of confirmed, active, and new COVID-19 cases in Westchester following Labor Day weekend, according to the Department of Health: Yonkers: 7,756 (113 active, 41 new); New Rochelle: 3,243 (50, 15 new); Mount Vernon: 2,862 (26, 9 new); White Plains: 1,947 (35, 8 new); Port Chester: 1,336 (16, 4 new); Greenburgh: 1,262 (22, 8 new); Ossining Village: 1,115 (15, 4 new); Peekskill: 1,061 (13, 3 new); Cortlandt: 967 (17, 2 new); Yorktown: 774 (14, 5 new); Mount Pleasant: 615 (15, 4 new); Mamaroneck Village: 494 (6, 3 new); Sleepy Hollow: 452 (12, 6 new); Harrison: 450 (12, 5 new); Somers: 429 (15, 10 new); Scarsdale: 377 (4, 3 new);...