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Monday, June 16, 2014

BREAKING BAD- Residents evacuated at the Posh "HALF MOON BAY" condominiums in Croton after suspected METH LAB!


Why all the secrecy surrounding this story is baffling, could it be to protect the so called "squeeky clean" image of this high scale neighborhood of "Half Moon Bay?" Seems like it to me. This place is so secluded, I've always wondered what was going on behind this "gated community"...Now I KNOW! Check the Deets!

According to Lohud For nearly a decade, neighbors said, Eric Scuccimarra stood out for all the wrong reasons in the Half Moon Bay complex, a quiet, gated community of two- and three-story townhouses that list for as much as $750,000.

The industrial fumes that seemed to waft from inside his gray, shingle-style home. The strange chemicals that trickled from under the garage door late at night. The furtive trips in rented vans. The fact that Scuccimarra rarely ventured out of the house to socialize.

But the neighbors were nonetheless stunned to learn that Scuccimarra, 37, had been arrested in connection with hazardous chemicals and narcotics found inside 1803 Half Moon Bay Drive that led to the evacuation of several buildings on Saturday.

"He kept to himself completely," said Keith Young, 39, who lives across the street. "And it was unusual that someone would crack their garage door at 2 a.m. with unusual smells every now and then."

Scuccimarra was charged with third- and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, both felonies. Police said the charges relate to narcotics found inside the home.

Scuccimarra was arraigned by Judge Anne Minihan. He was being held Sunday at the Westchester County jail on $100,000 cash bail or $200,000 bond.

Asked about reports of a possible meth lab at the residence, Croton Police Chief Anthony Tramaglini responded: "We're not saying that. It's still under investigation."

The incident began around 9:50 a.m. Saturday when firefighters received reports of smoke in the basement of the 1803 and 1800 building. When firefighters arrived, they found a cache of "dangerous chemicals" and began evacuating nearby buildings, according to police.

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