LoHud reported that Tuesday would be an interesting day in the local judicial system:
A county judge will hand down sentences in two high-profile homicide cases, while the ex-White Plains mayor will be in a nearby courtroom to answer probation violation charges, at the same time as the Tappan Zee bridge dangler will appear in Greenburgh Town Court.
Already former Eastchester police officer James Pileggi has been sentenced to three to nine years for the death of Andre Everett in 2009. Everett, a New Rochelle real estate agent was standing outside his house talking to a group of friends inside Pileggi’s car. The off duty officer was playing with his gun, a Glock 9mm, with a laser sight affixed to it. The gun discharged accidently, killing Everett.
Francisco Acevedo will be sentenced in the murders of three women in south Yonkers over a seven-year period starting in 1989. years.
Ex- White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley will appear on charges that he violated a stay-away order by calling his estranged wife, Fumiko, late last year. Bradley swears he repeatedly “pocket dialed” her by accident.
Finally, disgruntled Rockland County resident Michael Davitt will be in Greenburgh Town Court on charges related to his November publicity stunt in which he dangled mid-span from the Tappan Zee Bridge.