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NYS Police Troop F Remove 38 Impaired Drives from Roadway over Memorial Day Weekend

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – State Police in Troop F issued 1,021 vehicle and traffic law violation tickets during the Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 2021. From 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 28, 2021 through 5:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, 2021.

New York State Troopers in Troop F issued tickets for 215 speeding violations, 29 distracted driving violations, 155 seatbelt violations, 39 child restraint violations, 6 move-over violations, and removed 38 impaired motorists from the roadway. State police also responded to 46 vehicle accidents.

Troop F includes Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Ulster, and Greene Counties.

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NYS Police Troop F Issued 1,066 Tickets and Removed 45 Impaired Motorists from the Roadway during the June 4, 2021 Weekend

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HAVERSTRAW, NY – New York State Police in Troop F issued 1,066 vehicle and traffic law violation tickets during the June 4, 2021 weekend. From 5:00 p.m. Friday, June 4, 2021 through 5:00 a.m. Monday, June 7, 2021.

New York State Troopers in Troop F issued tickets for:

177 speeding violations

30 distracted driving violations

288 seatbelt violations

118 child restraint violations

6 move-over violations

Removed 45 impaired motorists from the roadway

State police also responded to 42 vehicle accidents and one fatal crash. Troop F includes Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Ulster, and Greene Counties.

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Rockland County Corrections Officer Indicted on Multiple Felonies

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Rockland County District Attorney Tom Walsh announced an additional felony indictment of a Rockland County Corrections Officer stemming from a continuing investigation into criminal activity inside of the Rockland County Jail. The additional felony charges were handed down by a Rockland County Grand Jury late last week.

John Kezek, 35, of Knoxville, Tennessee, formerly of Florida, NY turned himself into Rockland County District Attorney’s Office. Kezek was indicted on Criminal Sexual Act 1st (B felony), Criminal Sexual Act 3rd(E felony) and Official Misconduct (A misdemeanor). The charges were based on allegations made by a female victim who came into contact with Kezek while working in his official capacity.

“Due to the nature of the crimes and to protect the identity of the victim, very limited information can be released at this time. We ask that any person who may have been a victim, a witness, or anyone who has information to these incidents, please send an anonymous tip by downloading the RocklandCO DA Tip 411 app (available in the APP store or Google Play) or contact local law enforcement. You can also text the keyword ROCKLANDCODA to 847411, type in your tip information and hit send.”

Rockland County District Attorney Tom Walsh said, “The latest indictments of Mr. Kezek reveal an evil course of conduct, leaving the victims to put their lives back together. My office will continue to pursue justice for the victims of sexual crimes. Rockland will not tolerate this horrific behavior. I would like to personally thank Rockland County Sheriff Lou Falco for his assistance in this investigation.”

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