CrimeBusiness owner helps police arrest suspects who fled scene of crash

17:50  13 may  2019
17:50  13 may  2019 Source:   lohud.com

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MAMARONECK - A savvy business owner helped police arrest two suspects who ran away from Friday's car crash on Interstate 95.

Anthony Paniccia, who owns Vincent Garage in Mamaroneck, was in his shop when he heard the accident.

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"I ran to see what happened when I saw them running down the Exit 18 ramp. I already knew it was shady to be running away," Paniccia said. "I asked them if they were OK, and they said yes but they needed to go to the nearest hotel."

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Paniccia already had a plan.

"I said, 'Listen, I got you. I'll get you there, and I won't tell anybody.' Meanwhile, I notified the Thruway Authority of where we were going," he said.

Paniccia showed them where they could get something to eat and then watched them from the truck to make sure they didn't leave. That's when Mamaroneck police and state troopers converged on their location.

Police questioned the man and woman, who were both ultimately arrested.

The man was charged with driving with a suspended license, a misdemeanor.

The woman was charged with two counts of possession of forged documents and possession of a skimmer device, which is used to steal data from the magnetic stripe on the back of an ATM card, all misdemeanors, as well as possession of marijuana, a violation.

State police said the incident is still under investigation and more charges could be added.

Twitter: @ChrisEberhart2

This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Business owner helps police arrest suspects who fled scene of crash

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