PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Port Chester this week:
- Port Chester Police Chief Joseph Krzeminski will retire on Jan. 2 as part of an arrangement reached with the village. Krzeminski is currently facing federal charges for tampering with and retaliating against a federal witness.
- DNA testing by Westchester County officials has led to the arrest of a Spring Valley woman believed to be the mother of the infant boy named "Baby Angel" who was found in an Elmsford recycling plant last month.
- The former Ossining High School teacher who was arrested and charged with sexual offenses on what was supposed to be his wedding day, was sentenced to 10 years on sex-offender probation Tuesday.
- New York City authorities have charged 18 people believed to have been involved in a group that stole luxury vehicles from several car dealerships, including in Westchester County.