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Breaking: Rockland DA’s Office Execute Search Warrant at Hi-Tor Animal Shelter

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POMONA, NY – The Rockland County District Attorney’s Office executed a search warrant at Hi-Tor Animal Shelter on Wednesday morning.

The District Attorney’s Office Released the Following Statement:

“This morning, at approximately 8:00 AM, the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office executed a search warrant related to an ongoing investigation. The warrant was served upon the Hi Tor Animal Care Shelter at 65 Firemen’s Memorial Drive Pomona, NY 10970.

As this is part of an ongoing investigation, no further information can be released at this time.”

For months there have been widespread rumors of mismanagement at Hi-Tor Animal Shelter. This is a developing story and this article will be updated with information as it is available.

Rockland County Executive Ed Day Released the Following Statement

“As all are aware, Hi-Tor Animal Care Center is a contracted agency and not part of Rockland County government. The organization performs vital services of animal shelter and care in Rockland County and is monitored by the Rockland County Department of Health. Both Hi-Tor management and County government have shared a number of concerns about operations at the shelter and we welcome, support and will cooperate fully with our District Attorney in ensuring whatever concerns are effectively addressed.”

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Rockland’s Amiel D’Auria Celebrates 100th Birthday

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NYACK, NY –  Nyack Fire Department Honorary Battalion Chief Amiel D’Auria celebrates his Happy 100th Birthday!

Amiel is an 80 year Life Member of Chelsea Hook & Ladder Company # 2, joining in July of 1942. Amiel was recently honored by the Rockland County Volunteer Firefighters Association for his 80 years of service. Happy 100th Birthday Amiel!

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Rockland County Sheriff’s Office Captain Tony DeColyse Retires After 34 Years of Service

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NEW CITY, NY – Captain Tony DeColyse walked out to celebrate his last day of service after 34 years in the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office.

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On a bright sunny day, friends and colleagues wished him well on his well deserved retirement. Captain DeColyse will be missed, but we wish him the best of health, happiness and a long enjoyable retirement with his wife, sons and grandson.

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