On Monday, February 3, 2014, The New York State Police responded to the Indian Hill Trailer Park, located on Route 48 in Phoenix, N.Y. Upon arrival the police found Anthony J. Miller dead in his trailer. He was the victim of a homicide committed by three young suspects during a burglary of his trailer.
In February of 2014, New York State Crime Stoppers offered a reward in an effort to assist the New York State Police in solving the crime. Shortly after the reward was offered the Crime Stoppers hotline call center received an anonymous call from someone who had information regarding the murder of Mr. Miller. The information was immediately passed on to the New York State Police investigators who were working the case.
The information received by New York State Crime Stoppers from the anonymous caller was instrumental in assisting the New York State Police to identify three suspects. Thanks to the anonymous tip along with the excellent work of the New York State Police, three suspects were arrested and subsequently convicted of the murder of Anthony Miller.
The anonymous caller who provided vital information regarding the murder of Anthony Miller has recently received their reward from New York State Crime Stoppers. To protect the anonymity of the caller, no further information regarding the payment of the reward will be released.
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New York State Crime Stoppers in cooperation with the New York State Police, Cortlandt Barracks, is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the Hit & Run of a pedestrian.
On Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at approximately 10:35 p.m., a male pedestrian was walking northbound on Lexington Avenue north of State Road 6 in the Town of Cortlandt, NY when he was struck by a vehicle traveling southbound. The vehicle fled the scene in a southbound direction. It is believed that the vehicle has windshield damage, damage to the passenger side fender and passenger side-view mirror.
The victim was transported by the Mohegan Lake Rescue Squad to Westchester Medical Center where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Anyone with information regarding this incident, including a vehicle with the described damage should immediately call the NYS Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-866-313-Tips (8477). Callers can remain anonymous. We don’t need to know who you are, just what you know. Citizens with pertinent information may also go the NYS Crime Stoppers web site http://www.nyscrimestoppers.org and use the links to download the New York State Crime Stoppers Mobile App to their iPhone, Android or Blackberry and provide information to us directly from their phone. Citizens can call our hotline direct or send us an email tip or photo tip. Information provided through the app is also anonymous and the source phone is untraceable and the app is encrypted.
New York State Crime Stoppers, in cooperation with the Westchester County Police and Pleasantville Police, are offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information that directly leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of a 76 year old Pleasantville woman.
On Thursday, October 30, 2014, a mail carrier noticed the mail piling up at 79 Grandview Avenue in Pleasantville, N.Y., the residence of 76 year old Linda Misek-Falkoff. The mail carrier contacted local police who responded to the scene and discovered Ms. Misek-Falkoff deceased, having been stabbed to death in her home. The crime is believed to have occurred in the week or so prior to the discovery of the deceased woman on September 30, 2014.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call the NYS Crime Stoppers hot line at 1-866-313- TIPS (8477) 24/7or to download the New York State Crime Stoppers Mobile App to their iPhone, Android phone or Blackberry and provide their information from their phone. The mobile app allows a person to either call the hotline anonymously from their cell phone or send an email tip or photo tip in an encrypted and untraceable environment. More information about NYS Crime Stoppers, as well as links to download the mobile app can be found at http://www.nyscrimestoppers.org. Callers to the hotline or users of the mobile app may remain anonymous and the source phone using the app is untraceable.
Any information, however insignificant it may seem, could lead to the solving of this crime.
New York State Crime Stoppers, working in cooperation with the FBI, is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information that directly leads to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the armed robbery of the Wells Fargo Bank at 500 Odell Avenue, Yonkers, N.Y. Today is the one year anniversary of that robbery. Any information, however insignificant it may seem, could help to solve this case. All callers can remain anonymous.
On Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at approximately 3:40 p.m., three males, possibly Hispanic, entered the Wells Fargo Bank located at 500 Odell Avenue, Yonkers, New York. The suspects brandished at least two handguns and a wood saw. The suspects approached the bank tellers and demanded money. They fled in a dark colored sedan, possibly a 2002-2003 Nissan Maxima, which was driven by a fourth suspect. The vehicle was last observed doing a 3 point turn in the intersection of Nepperhan and Odell Avenues, then continued southbound on Nepperhan Avenue.
DO YOU HAVE INFO, DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE SUSPECTS FROM THE CLOTHES THEY ARE WEARING? IF SO CALL THE HOTLINE OR SEND A TIP THROUGH THE NYS CRIME STOPPERS MOBILE APP (Links for free download of the New York State Mobile app are on this site).
Go To FBI Link to the right under Law Enforcement for the FBI Page with Robbery Video and FBI information on this robbery.
New York State Crime Stoppers held its annual training luncheon yesterday, September 25th at the Grandview in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Over one hundred police from local Hudson Valley Police agencies and from the New York State Police were in attendance. Colonel Patricia Groeber, Field Commander of the New York State Police was the featured speaker and was also recognized by NYS Crime Stoppers with an award. Colonel Groeber stated, “The New York State Police are proud to partner with Crime Stoppers. It is through our continued partnership that we are able to solve more crimes, hold more criminals accountable and send a united message that we will use all resources available to continue to work toward keeping our communities’ safe and crime free.”
Vincent D’Onofrio, famed film and television actor and a big supporter of NYS Crime Stoppers was also present and spoke before a room filled with police investigators and command rank law enforcement personnel.
NYS Crime Stoppers is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization that was formed in 2004 as a resource for federal, state, county and local law enforcement throughout New York State. NYS Crime Stoppers offers rewards for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for particular felony crimes within the borders of New York State as well as rewards for people who provide anonymous tips regarding those selling heroin and other illegal drugs. NYS Crime Stoppers operates in cooperation with law enforcement, the media, the public and the business community statewide. Anonymity is the key to the program’s success. Cash rewards are provided as an incentive. Tips can be provided through the NYS Crime Stoppers hotline 1-866-313-TIPS and through the New York State Crime Stoppers Mobile App, which is a free download to those with and iPhone, Android and Blackberry smart phone.
Anyone who would like more information about New York State Crime Stoppers may go to our Web Site at http://nyscrimestoppers.org/ or find us on Facebook or Twitter.
Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $75,000 for information leading to the arrest of Eric Frein wanted for the shooting of two Pennsylvania State Troopers on Friday, September 12, 2014 at 11:00 pm. Corporal Bryan K. Dickson was killed, Trooper Alex T. Douglas is in stable condition. The Troopers were ambushed while leaving the Pennsylvania State Police Barracks in Blooming Grove, PA.
Eric Matthew Frein of Canadensis, Monroe County PA. He is Age 31, Height 6’1″. Weight 165 lbs. Blue Eyes, Brown Hair, is wanted in connection with the shooting of the two Pennsylvania State Troopers. It is believed Eric has shaved his head on both sides leaving hair on top wider than a Mohawk Haircut.
According to Pennsylvania State Police Deputy Commissioner Lt. Colonel George Bivens, Eric Frein belongs to a military simulation group based in eastern Pennsylvania in which participants assume the role of soldiers of eastern Europe. In his current frame of mind, Frein appears to have assumed that role in real life. Eric is an experienced survivalist. ERIC MATTHEW FREIN SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. HE SEEMS TO HAVE A VENDETTA WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AND IS NOW CONSIDERED A FEDERAL FUGITIVE.
New York State Crime Stoppers is not offering a reward regarding this incident, but is assisting Pennsylvania State Police and Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers in locating the suspect as described herein.
It is believed that someone, somewhere knows something about his whereabouts. PLEASE CONTACT THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TIP LINE 1-866-326-7256 OR PENNSYLVANIA CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-472-8477
New York State Crime Stoppers in cooperation with the New Rochelle Police Department is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible the death of Lowell R. Edmund Jr., a homeless man known to frequent th Any information, however insignificant it may seem, could help to solve this case.
At approximately 11:50 pm on Monday, May 26. 2014, Mr. Edmund was found bleeding badly from his head and later pronounced dead at Montefiore New Rochelle Medical Center. Citizens with pertinent information are asked to call the NYS Crime Stoppers hot line at 1-866-313- TIPS and may also go the NYS Crime Stoppers web site http://www.nyscrimestoppers.org and use the links to download the New York State Crime Stoppers Mobile App to their iPhone, Android or Blackberry and provide information to us directly from their phone. Citizens can call our hotline direct or send us an email tip or photo tip through the app. Information provided through the app is also anonymous and the source phone is untraceable and the app is encrypted. Both the hot line number and the New York State Crime Stoppers app can receive tips in English and Spanish.