Police Blotter 07.20.10

CRIME OF THE WEEK-   While on patrol on Library Lane at about 11 p.m. on July 17, a Rye police officer saw a young male inside a shopping cart. The 15-year-old boy proceeded to fall out of the cart and 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

had difficulty standing up. The police officer pulled over to see if the boy was injured and found him to be intoxicated. He was released to his parents.

 

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

MAKING GRAFFITI
Six "No Parking" signs and one stop sign were damaged with graffiti in the area of Edgewood Avenue and Preston Street sometime overnight on July 12.

LEAVING THE SCENE
A man said his construction van was sideswiped by an unknown person while he was doing contracting work on Stoneyside Drive sometime between 9 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. July 14

GRAND LARCENY
Four tires and four chrome rims were stolen from a North Chatsworth home. The items had an estimated value of $1,500. The matter is under investigation. July 14

AUTO ACCIDENT
Two women were transported to White Plains Hospital with neck and back pain after a three-car accident on Old White Plains Road at about 8:45 a.m. The driver of a 2003 Honda said his car skidded on the wet road as he was going south on Old White Plains Road and sideswiped a 2008 Infiniti going north. That car, in turn, swerved into the southbound lane and struck another 2008 Infiniti. July 14

LEAVING THE SCENE
A Jason Lane woman said her 2002 Lexus was hit by an unknown person in the CVS parking lot at 1310 Boston Post Road at about 5:30 p.m. The front bumper was damaged. July 15

TRESPASSING
A  resident said two males in their 20s were on the deck of a home on Rockingstone Avenue at about 9:30 p.m. When he confronted them, they fled. The matter is under investigation. July 16

BURGLARY/CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Four washing machines and one dryer were damaged at Larchmont Acres sometime between July 18-19. Police said the suspects damaged the machines while trying to break into them to steal money. The matter is under investigation.

BURGLARY
A Rockingstone Avenue residence was entered sometime between July 14 and July 18, but the residents said nothing was taken. Police said the unknown person gained entry through a window and the matter is under investigation. July 19

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

LARCENY
A man said his son’s bike was taken from a storage area at the Continental View condos at 1035 East Boston Post Road sometime between June 26 and July 10. July 13

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller said someone opened the passenger-side window on a car parked on Fenimore Road but nothing was removed. July 13

YOUTH COMPLAINT
A caller reported that youths were throwing eggs on Harrison Avenue at about 11 p.m. Police did not locate any youths. July 13

LARCENY
An employee at Siren, at 224 Mamaroneck Avenue, said a woman took a dress and a shirt and fled the store at about 12:45 p.m. Police checked the area but could not find the suspect. July 14

HIT AND RUN
A car parked on Center Avenue was hit by a commercial truck that left the scene at about 2:30 p.m. Police said the company was notified but the driver had not been identified. July 14

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller reported an odor of marijuana on Mamaroneck Avenue at about 7:30 p.m. Police checked the area and said the report was unfounded. July 14

ASSAULT
Dolman Miranda, a 19-year-old Village man, was charged with second-degree assault and second-degree menacing at about 9:45 p.m. Police said they observed the victim and another man arguing on Halstead Avenue. The victim, who suffered minor knife wounds, told police he knew his attacker and said he fled on foot toward his home. Police found the man, detained him and found a pocket knife in his possession. The victim refused medical treatment. July 14

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 32-year-old Port Chester man was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license at about 8:30 a.m. on Mamaroneck Avenue. July 15

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A Third Street resident said the windshield on his car was smashed sometime overnight. July 15

BURGLARY
A Prospect Avenue man said he came home and found the door to his apartment was forced open and the keys to his wife’s car were gone. The car was reported stolen on July 15 and recovered in White Plains on July 20.

LARCENY
A Nintendo Wii was reported stolen from the recreation department building in Harbor Island Park. July 15

LARCENY
A man said a total of four windows and frames were taken from two pieces of Bobcat equipment on Halstead Avenue. The windows had a value of $1,200 apiece. July 16

AIDED CASE
An intoxicated woman on Mamaroneck Avenue was transported to the hospital at about 1:30 p.m. July 16

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A Park Avenue resident said the driver’s side of her car was keyed about three weeks ago. July 16

TRAIN EVACUATION
A New York-bound train pulled into the Mamaroneck Station at about 6:40 p.m.with a possible fire underneath the train. The Village of Mamaroneck Fire Department and Metro North police department evacuated the commuters and switched them to another train. July 16

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 26-year old man was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on Mamaroneck Avenue at about 10:30 p.m. Police said they pulled the man over because his lights were malfunctioning. The man provided police with a Washington State license, and found that his privilege to drive in New York State had been revoked. July 16

LARCENY
An Elliot Avenue  woman said her wallet was stolen. A man contacted her to say he had the wallet, and then it went missing again. July 17

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 37-year-old Bronx man was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle at about 5 p.m. on Mamaroneck Avenue after police saw him make an illegal U-turn. July 17

DWI
A 57-year-old Village woman was charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated and speeding after police saw her driving her car at a high rate of speed on East Boston Post  Road at about 10 p.m. July 17

LARCENY
A women’s Trek mountain bike was reported stolen at about 10 p.m. from Mamaroneck Avenue. July 17

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A door and wall on the outside of Continental View condos were marked with graffiti. July 18

LARCENY
A bike was reported stolen from the front of a Kassel Court condo unit. July 19

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 35-year-old man was arrested for operating a vehicle with a suspended license. According to police, the man noticed that his truck wouldn’t make it under a Mamaroneck Avenue bridge, so he pulled over and parked to make his delivery on foot. Police observed the truck interfering with traffic, and the man returned to say he would move it. He was found to have a suspended license and the truck was impounded. July 19

LARCENY
A Continental View resident said her engagement ring was missing from her home. July 19

ASSAULT
A Park Avenue man said he was assaulted by two men after being involved in a road rage incident at about 1 a.m. The man was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center with a deep laceration to his chest and a laceration to his right temple. The man said he thought he was being followed after a verbal exchange with another motorist. When he exited his car, he was attacked by two people. The incident is under investigation. July 20

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 32-year-old Yonkers man was charged with driving with a suspended license after police said he went through a red light on Mamaroneck Avenue at about 1:27 a.m. The man also was wanted on an outstanding bench warrant from New Rochelle. July 20

LARCENY
A Knickerbocker Avenue resident said his 2002 Honda convertible was entered and the driver and passenger seats were removed. July 20

 

Larchmont

ASSAULT ARREST

A New Rochelle man was arrested on 7/9 and charged with Attempted Assault 3rd degree. Tremell Woods, 24, while at a West Ave residence engaged another in an argument, and when the victim intervened between the two Woods slammed a door into the victim’s face causing contusions and swelling to the victim’s eye.  Woods was arraigned and released on $300 bail.

PENAL LAW ARREST

An Ocean Ave man was arrested on 7/9 after Larchmont Police Officers responding to numerous noise complaints coming from Ocean Ave observed countless youths at the defendant’s residence consuming alcoholic beverages.   Ian Blatt, 19, was charged with Obstructing Governmental Administration and Alcoholic Beverage Control Law violations.

LOST/STOLEN PROPERTY

A representative of a Boston Post Road business reported on 7/14 that computer equipment valued at $200, which had been placed in a clean trash can for storage on 7/13 was found missing.

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT

A Wendt Ave resident reported on 7/14 that she has been receiving annoying telephone calls from an individual who is not known to her.



RYE

LARCENY
A Norwalk, Conn., man said a person impersonated him at the Citibank branch in Rye and withdrew $9,000 from his savings account. The man said he believes the suspect could be one of his relatives. July 13

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
An Upper Dogwood Lane resident said an unknown person hacked into her husband’s email account and sent messages to his contacts asking for $1,850 to be wired to an account in London. July 14

LARCENY
An 11-year-old Rye boy said someone took several items from his knapsack at the Rye Recreation Center. A Nintendo DSi and a game, valued at $250, skate gear, valued at $80, and a lunchbox, valued at $20, were missing. July 14

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A deer that was stuck in the fence at the Community Synagogue of Rye at 200 Forest Avenue and appeared to have two broken legs was put down at about 1:30 p.m. July 15

LARCENY
A Mount Vernon man said his bike that was chained up at the Rye Train Station had been stolen. July 15

LARCENY
A Winthrop Street woman said her son’s cell phone was taken from the bleachers at the Rye Recreation Center. July 15

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Kirby Lane North resident said she was contacted by Delta Airlines and notified that someone in California was using information from her Capitol One credit card. July 16

LARCENY
A Valhalla woman said her GPS, valued at about $600, was taken from her car. She said she noticed it was missing after using the valet service at Whitby Castle. July 16

LARCENY
A 15-year-old Rye girl said her bike, valued at $160, was stolen from the Rye Train Station. July 16

TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
A 19-year-old Brooklyn man was charged with drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle on a public highway, failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to notify a change of home and failure to provide an insurance identification card on Highland Road at about 11:30 p.m. Police said they found a 1-liter bottle of Jose Cuervo tequila under the passenger seat. July 16

TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
A 40-year-old Mamaroneck man was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, failure to exhibit a valid license and speeding at about 11:30 a.m. on Purchase Street. July 17

YOUTH COMPLAINT
A Liberty Lines bus driver said three youths damaged the bus’ door at about 7:30 p.m. after he denied them entry because they couldn’t pay the fare. Police located the youths, ages 12, 14 and 15, on the North Street Bridge. All three were from the Bronx. Their parents were notified and they were picked up at police headquarters. The damage to the bus was estimated at $350. July 17

TRESPASSING
Six people were arrested for trespassing at a Grandview Avenue home after a neighbor called at about 10:45 p.m. to report unknown people in the pool area of the property. Two 19-year-old women from Greenwich, Conn., one 19-year-old man from Greenwich, one 16-year-old boy from Greenwich, one 18-year-old man from Greenwich, and one  26-year-old man from Port Chester were charged with trespassing. The parties said they were invited by a housekeeper who was not present. None of them could name the homeowners. July 17

TREE DAMAGE
A tree fell on a car parked at 85 Theodore Fremd Avenue at about 2 p.m. July 19

COUNTERFEITING/FORGERY
An unknown person passed a fake $10 bill at Rye Golf Course. July 19

 

SCARSDALE


SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller reported a woman stopping cars in the area of Post Road and Mamaroneck Road asking for help at about 8:15 a.m. Police located the woman who said she had been lost and was trying to get directions. She appeared to no longer need assistance and drove off. July 12

TRAFFIC COMPLAINT
A caller reported that there was a bench in the roadway in front of a renovated building on Post Road at about 10:30 a.m. Police found the debris and removed it from the road. July 12

SUSPICIOUS PERSON
A caller said a 17-year-old girl was soliciting without a permit at his Griffen Avenue home at about 5:30 p.m. Police located the girl and advised her to cease  her work until the proper permits were obtained. July 12

SUSPICIOUS PERSON
A caller said a solicitor was in the area of Greenacres Avenue at about 8 p.m. Police located the solicitor and advised him to ceases his work until the proper permits were obtained. July 12

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Tory Lane woman said she heard screaming coming from outside her home at about 10:15 p.m. Upon arrival, police spoke with the homeowner as well as a neighbor, who said the noise could have been fireworks. Police searched the area but neither heard screaming nor found the source of the noise. July 12

HARASSMENT
A Harvest Drive woman said she received three strange calls on her cell phone during the evening starting at about 10:25 p.m. All three calls consisted of a young adult calling and imitating a baby. The woman said she could also hear laughter in the background, and that the caller didn’t threaten her or her family. July 12

HAZARDOUS CONDITION
A caller reported a large object on Post Road at about 11:30 a.m. Police found a large piece of metal, about a foot in length, and removed it from the road. July 13

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A driver and passenger said they were traveling on Heathcote Road near Post Road at about 2 p.m. when a gray Toyota started following them and honking at them. The complainants said the driver, a white male, got out of the car and said, "What are you guys doing? You guys can get arrested." The complainants wanted the incident documented. July 13

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A Palmer Avenue resident said an unknown person damaged trees on his property. July 13

HAZARDOUS CONDITION
Police removed a tree that had fallen on Wilmot Road at about 6:15 p.m. and was blocking southbound traffic. July 13

HAZARDOUS CONDITION
Police removed a tree branch that was in the roadway at the intersection of Haverford Road and Franklin Road at about 6:20 p.m. July 13

ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller said he was unable to exit a parking garage on Popham Road at about 7:45 p.m. due to a stuck traffic arm. The condition was corrected upon police arrival. July 13

HAZARDOUS CONDITION
Police removed a small tree at about 8 a.m. that had fallen on Saxon Woods Road, blocking the northbound lane. July 14

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Stonehouse Road resident said he received a phone call from an unknown party stating that he won money. The caller asked him to send a money order to Western Union, and he hung up. July 14

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Nelson Road resident said she received a phone call from an unknown party stating they were from a debt collection agency looking to collect money on a MasterCard in her name. The complainant said she does not own a MasterCard and believes the caller might have been trying to obtain personal information from her. July 14

ASSIST CITIZEN
A Kelwynne Road resident said a truck was unloading cars in front of his home at about 9 p.m. Police observed a male unloading a car from his truck. The driver said he was hired to transport a car from Florida to a neighboring home. No further police action was required. July 14

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Ferncliff Road woman said someone rang her doorbell at about 11 p.m. and then left the house. Police checked the exterior of the home and the surrounding area and found everything to be secure. July 14

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A caller reported a loose dog or coyote running in the area of Mamaroneck Road and Lenox Place at about 1:15 p.m. Police were unable to locate the animal. July 15

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Cooper Road resident said he called his home at about 2 p.m. and it sounded like somebody answered and then hung up. The man said he then contacted his wife on her cell phone, and she said she wasn’t home. Police checked the interior of the home and all appeared secure. July 15

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A White Road resident said a suspicious car occupied by one male and one female was parked on the street at about 8 p.m. Police spoke with the operator of the car, who was talking with his passenger. There was no illegal activity taking place. July 15

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller said a car was traveling very slowly down Brewster Road at about 1 a.m. without any headlights. Police spoke with the driver of the car, who said he forgot to turn his headlights on. July 16

IDENTITY THEFT
A Lakin Road woman said an unknown person used her identity to open a credit card and forge a check. July 16

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Fairview Road resident reported a loud radio coming from Windmill Lane at about 4:45 p.m. Police heard the radio but did not deem it to be at a loud level. July 16

PROPERTY DAMAGE
A tree branch fell on a light post on an Ogden Road residence at about 6 a.m. July 17

YOUTH COMPLAINT
A caller complained of loud youths at Fox Meadow School making a lot of noise at about 12:15 a.m. Police located the youths and asked them to leave the area. July 18

HAZARDOUS CONDITION
A tree was removed from Mamaroneck Road at about 3:30 a.m. July 18

DISORDERLY CONDUCT
A Tompkins Road resident said unknown youths drove by his home and threw garbage on his property at about 6:30 a.m. Police found multiple garbage cans with beer cans on the street and in the resident’s front lawn. Police checked the area for youths or more garbage but found neither. July 18

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Secor Road resident complained of loud youths at about 1 a.m. Police searched the area but did not locate any youths. July 19

 

 

 

 

1 Comments

  1. The police reports on your site never contain the time at which the police responded. This information might be helpful to readers who wonder why so many incidents
    are unresolved.

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