New York State Police received a "BOLO" (be-on-the-lookout) at 3 a.m. March 12 for a gray Toyota Camry with Massachusetts registration that might be traveling south on I-95 in Westchester County.
The Camry was said to be headed from Massachusetts and occupied by a female, Nevaeh Corres, 29, who had assisted her ex-husband and the father of her children, Hector Gonzalez, 25, with escaping the Essex County Penal Institution in Massachusetts.
Gonzalez was awaiting trial on a Class B Felony charge for dealing cocaine. Massachusetts authorities had the escape on video and were able to identify Corres as the accomplice. Extraditable felony warrants were issued on both subjects.
New York State Thruway Authority Dispatch was notified and state troopers set up at the state line to watch traffic.
Minutes later, troopers spotted the Camry. Multiple units responded and prepared to pull the vehicle over.
A traffic stop was conducted near mile post marker 10 on I-95 in the Village of Mamaroneck. Both subjects were taken into custody without incident. Also inside the vehicle were the couple’s 2- and 4-year-old daughters. All subjects were transported to State Police barracks in Tarrytown.
The children were turned over to the custody of family members, police said.
Gonzales and Corres were arraigned in NY as Felony Fugitives from Justice. In addition, they are also being charged with two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, class A misdemeanors.
Massachusetts State Police were notified for extradition.