YONKERS, N.Y. -- New York State Police charged a Yonkers man and an accomplice with stalking on Wednesday, May 28, police officials said.
Gjergj Juncaj, 56, of Yonkers, and Vincent Camaj, 35, of Manhasset, were both arrested after troopers were dispatched to a 911 call at a residence in the town of Southeast, according to state police.
Juncaj and Camaj were allegedly parked on the complainant's property when he arrived at his home. When he questioned the two, a verbal argument ensued, state police said.
The two men were allegedly on the victim’s property trying to conceal themselves from an additional victim, who also resides on the road. Both men were charged with fourth-degree stalking as a result, police said.
Camaj and Juncaj were arraigned before Southeast Town Court and released on their own recognizance. They are scheduled to reappear in Southeast court on Thursday, June 19, according to state police.
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