Orangetown stabbing suspect turns himself in

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ORANGEBURG – A man wanted in connection with a double stabbing during a fight in the Town of Orangetown on March 6, has turned himself into police.

Darin Peterson, 27, of West Haverstraw suspected of being in the New York City area, and on Monday, March 15, he turned himself into Orangetown Police.

He was charged with attempted murder and assault and was remanded to the Rockland County Jail.

The investigation is continuing and anyone who may have information or witnessed the incident is asked to call Orangetown Police at 845-359-3700 or submit an anonymous tip by downloading the Rockland CO DA Tip411 app. Persons can also text the keyword ROCKLANDCODA to 847411. Type in your tip and hit send.

Orangetown Police were assisted by the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office, Clarkstown, Ramapo and Haverstraw town police departments, State Police, Spring Valley Village Police, the Rockland DA’s Office, NYPD, State Parole, US Marshals Service and the FBI Safe Streets Task Force.