Monsey man charged with making terroristic threat



MONSEY – A Monsey man has been charged with picking up another
man’s cell phone during a function at a synagogue on Fosse Court
in Airmont and calling 911, announcing he had threatened to “start
killing people.”

Ramapo Police said at about 12:21 p.m. on Thursday, July 7, they received
the report and it was determined the call had originated in the area of
Fosse Court. The area, including the synagogue, was secured.

Further investigation revealed the telephone number belonged to a subscriber
in Baltimore, Maryland. With the assistance of Baltimore Police, Ramapo
Police learned the subscriber was attending a function at the synagogue,
had put his phone down and the suspect picked it up and placed the call
to 911.

As a result of the ongoing investigation, Ramapo Police arrested Zev Zitrenbaum,
25, of Monsey on Tuesday, July 12 and charged a felony of making a terroristic

He was arraigned and remanded to the Rockland County Jail in lieu of $5,000


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