Port Chester Shooting, Suspect in custody, PCPD Investigation underway

Port Chester News - Port Chester Police Department investigate shooting in Port Chester NY with suspect in custody

Port Chester Shooting – Today, Yonkers was the location of a shooting, and the PCPD was made aware of the incident. Information was obtained, with the aid of the Westchester County Real Time Crime Center, indicating that the car may be located in the Village. Members of the FBI Safe Streets task group in the Village discovered the car not long after that.

The suspect was known to have ties to the area, and authorities monitored his residence there. In the event that extra resources were required, a request for help was made to the Special Response Team of the Westchester County Police Department. More information was acquired with the help of Yonkers Police Department, County Police Department, and the FBI.

The neighborhood schools were made aware of the situation in an abundance of caution, and a request for a delayed dismissal was made. The FBI Safe Streets task group, which had been keeping a close eye on the neighborhood, was able to take the suspect into custody without causing any trouble.

There are no other suspects who are still at large, and there is no need for the public to be concerned. We are grateful to the management of the school as well as the parents for their assistance during this occasion. This incident serves as an illustration of the routine communication and collaboration that the aforementioned agencies engage in in order to successfully contain a problem.

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