Greenburgh Woman Charged After Hitting Police Vehicle

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Lisa Rossi of Greenburgh was charged after striking a New York State Police vehicle Saturday on the Sprain Brook Parkway. Photo Credit: Courtesy of New York State Police

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – A Greenburgh woman was charged with operating vehicle while impaired on drugs after striking a police vehicle on Saturday.

Lisa F. Rossi, 48, was charged after she fled the scene after striking a marked New York State Police vehicle that was stopped on the shoulder of the Sprain Brook Parkway. Rossi also struck another vehicle that was stopped along the Sprain Book Parkway in Hawthorne, police said.

Two N.Y. State troopers were treated and released at Westchester Medical Center.  Rossi is due in court on Friday, Feb. 7.

The incident marked the second time in less than a week a motorist faced charges after crashing into a police car. A Westchester County police officer was hospitalized following an accident on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry on Wednesday, Jan. 29 with a driver accused of being drunk.

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J.Dempsey Jr.:

Wait , Mrs. Nick Nolte ?? I'm sorry, she needs help and hopefully she will now get it before she kills somebody !!


48? No way. You look like a little baby. Look at all you've done in 48 years. God bless you. And now with the internet, this beautiful shot of your mug will be with us forever. Did you ever think when you were a wee little one, that one day all this would be yours? You go girl!! What a beauty.


Looking at that face and mugshot i can not believe that she would be hammered behind the wheel. Parked cars along the shoulder were not even safe! She hit two of them? What was she driving along the grass shoulder the whole way. wow.


Hey good lookin', whatcha you got cookin'? How 'bout serving some of that up... for my pooch.


Oh my. Now THAT'S what I call a mug shot. Too bad she didn't have Justin Bieber on speed dial for some tips.

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