Port Chester man's head is smashed into eatery window during argument
Lower Hudson Journal news, West Harrison NY
PORT CHESTER - A Port Chester man had his head shoved into a restaurant window during an argument last night, police said. A 55-year-old Port Chester man was charged in the incident.
Lt. James Ladeairous gave this account:
Pedro Antonio Donis, 55, of 79 S. Regent St. in Port Chester, approached a 22-year-old man sitting inside the Hollywood Chicken restaurant, 216 Westchester Ave.
An argument between the two men led Donis to push the victim, and the younger man's head hit and broke one of the restaurant windows.
The victim was sent to Greenwich Hospital for evaluation for head pain; he was not cut. Ladeairous had no update today on his condition.
Donis was charged with attempted third-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal mischief, misdemeanors. The mischief charge stemmed from the breaking of the $600 window.
Donis made $250 bail and is due in Port Chester Village Court on June 29.
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