PORT CHESTER, N.Y. Police charged a Port Chester man, Anthony Daywon Kind, 20, with felony second-degree rape and second-degree criminal sexual act in connection with a June 9 incident involving a 14-year-old girl.
Police said they believe the act was consensual and that Kind and the girl met at a party. Police said they recieved a call from the girl's mother reporting the incident. Kind, who currently lives on North Main Street, is due back in court on Thursday, June 21.
In other news from the Police Blotter:
Police have arrested Port Chester resident Maya Epps, 19, and charged her with second-degree assault in connection with an incident at a Memorial Day barbecue. Police said that Epps attacked another girl with a steel pipe, resulting in hospitalization.
Police arrested Steve Grisanti of Stamfod on June 16 in connection with an incident that took place May 29. Police got a warrant for Grisanti's arrest after his ex-girlfriend said he grabbed her by the throat and choked her. Police said an officer on regular patrol spotted Grisanti in his parked car outside the woman's home. When the officer approached the car, Grisanti sped off, police said. Grisanti was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing blood circulation, a misdemeanor.
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