Cortlandt Man Charged After Allegedly Holding Estranged Wife At Gunpoint

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State troopers charged Gerald Martin of Cortlandt with violating an order of protection on Sunday, April 27.
State troopers charged Gerald Martin of Cortlandt with violating an order of protection on Sunday, April 27. Photo Credit: New York State Police

CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- New York State Police arrested a Cortlandt man after he allegedly broke into his estranged wife's home on Sunday, April 27, and held a gun to her head, police officials said. 

Gerald Martin, 46, was violating an order protection when he allegedly broke into the home and stole his wife's house phone and cellphone at gunpoint, state police said. 

Martin was arrested the following day and charged with first-degree burglary and first-degree violating an active order of protection, according to state police. 

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