Police arrested two Bedford Hills residents in separate incidents this week after reported domestic troubles in which the men argued with their girlfriend and wife, respectively.
The first arrest made was of Anthony DiGiacomo, 30, at about 12:45 a.m. on July 1. Officers responded to a call of a disturbance at a Harris Road residence. A woman, 29, said she had a fight that turned physical with DiGiacomo but he had left the home. Following their arrival and investigation, police left the scene to locate the alleged aggressor.
They located the suspect on Kennicut Hill Road in Mahopac and arrested him there. He was charged with two counts of third degree assault and intent to injure, fourth degree criminal mischief and disabling a phone to prevent an emergency call. He was released on $250 bail pending a return to town court.
The second arrest was of Manuel Antonio Fuentes, 33, on July 2 at about 11:05 p.m. Officers responded to an anonymous call about a disturbance in Bedford Hills. Upon their arrival at the scene, officers called Mt. Kisco police for assistance in their investigation due to a language barrier. They completed their investigation, which revealed a physical dispute between Fuentes and his wife.
Fuentes was arrested and charged with second degree assault with a dangerous instrument, obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, fourth degree criminal mischief with intent to damage property. He was held in county jail on $1000 cash bail pending his return to town court.
Mt. Kisco man charged with criminal contempt
Matthew White, 24, was arrested on June 28 for violating a court order of protection. Police said they conducted a routine traffic stop on Harris Road, and upon interviewing the driver, a female, they saw that White, whom she had the order of protection against, was a passenger in the car. White was arrested at about 10:40 a.m. and charged with charged with second degree criminal contempt.
Bedford Hills man charged in driving arrest
Eduardo Giovanni Archinti, 30, was arrested on June 30 after officers observed him allegedly drifting over the lane markings on Cross River Road.
Archinti was found to be driving with a suspended registration and expired insurance. He was charged with third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, expired insurance, making an unsafe lane change and operating a car with a suspended registration. He was released on $50 bail pending a return to town court.