YORKTOWN, N.Y. — An underage New Year's Eve drinking party has resulted in misdemeanor criminal nuisance charges against a 60-year-old Yorktown man accused of hosting it, police said.
More than a dozen people under the age of 21 were found drinking alcohol at Paul Nurik's Glenrock Street home, police said. Nurik was charged with creating "a condition, which endangers the safety or health of a considerable amount of persons," the police report said.
Nurik was released without bail and is due back in Yorktown Justice Court on Feb. 12.
In other police news:
• An 18-year-old Mahopac woman was charged Dec. 28 with misdemeanor petty larceny, accused of shoplifting $268.98 worth of Polo clothing from Macy's in the Jefferson Valley Mall, police said. She was released without bail and is due back in Yorktown Justice Court on Feb. 12.
• A 79-year-old Yonkers woman was charged Dec. 19 with misdemeanor aggravated unlicensed operation, police said. The woman was pulled over at 12:40 p.m. on suspicion of speeding on East Main Street, according to a police report. A Department of Motor Vehicles check revealed her license was suspended, according to the report. She was released without bail and is due back in Yorktown Justice Court on Jan. 31.
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