YORKTOWN — Four teens were arrested recently after police said they threw food at passing cars on Hanover Street.
Officer Craig Scatola responded to the 700 block of Hanover Street around 11:15 p.m. Friday on a complaint of boys throwing objects at passing cars, police said today.
Scatola determined that the four Yorktown boys – three age 14, one 15 – had been pelting cars with food and charged them each with juvenile delinquency with an underlying charge of third-degree criminal tampering, a misdemeanor, if committed by an adult. Their names were not released because of their ages.
Police did not say what type of food products the four allegedly threw.
The four were released to “responsible adults,” police said in a release, and are due in Westchester County Family Court on Dec. 9.