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A Yonkers man was arrested on a felony assault cost Saturday night time following a street-rage incident on the Noticed Mill River Parkway in Yonkers that included males swinging a bottle and a department and left one man with stitches in his head.

Freddy Hernandez, forty four, of Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, was charged with second-diploma assault, stated Kieran O’Leary, spokesman for the Westchester County Police Division.

O’Leary stated a confrontation befell at about 6 p.m. Saturday on the northbound Noticed Mill, north of Palmer Street. One automotive had apparently reduce off the opposite on an area road and the incident escalated and ended up on the Noticed Mill north, the place each automobiles ultimately pulled to the shoulder and the occupants spilled out and began a melee.

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O’Leary said there were seven people in the two cars and several of them were involved in a physical altercation, which included a bottle and a tree-branch found on the roadside.

Hernandez is accused of gashing another man’s head with a bottle. The victim was transported by Empress Ambulance to St. John’s Riverside Hospital, where he received stitches and was released.

A second man who was in Hernandez’s car was taken into custody in the aftermath of the incident, O’Leary said. He was accused at the scene of swinging a stick or small tree branch at another man. The victim ultimately declined to press charges and the second man was released without being charged.

Hernandez was held overnight at county police headquarters in Hawthorne and arraigned Sunday morning in White Plains City Court. He was released without bail and will appear at a future date in Yonkers City Court.

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