Police Blotter 11.12.10
Woman begging for money makes $120 at Rye train station…and more…
Village of Mamaroneck
Criminal Mischief- Youths throwing rocks at car in the area of fenimore Road and Boston Post Rd, damaging windshield and passenger window 11/6
Larceny- a GPS was taken from an unlocked vehicle in the owner’s driveway on Cedar St. A second GPS was taken from another vehicle the same night on the same street 11/7
Truck stuck under bridge- Unknown type of truck wedged under the MTA overpass on Mamaroneck Avenue, 11/9 (most of these instances are blamed on GPS)
Unauthorized transactions from business accounts, 11/9 Still under investigation.
Rape- 25 year old Felipe Julian Bustos was arrested after someone called 911 about a rape in progress. the 23 year old victim has left her door unlocked. She suffered minor injuries. Police have not disclosed location or neighborhood. 11/9
Scofflaw- 102 Mamaroneck Avenue .Person parked at this location had numerous unpaid parking tickets. 11/9–
Suspicious Incident- Small black luggage bag found lying in bushes on the corner of Mamaroneck Ave. and Jefferson Ave. Ext. Turned out to be harmless. 11/10
Hit and Run- Rockland Avenue– Dog ran in front of car and was hit. Dog deceased. Owner on scene. Dog was lab/retriever mix. 11/10
Property Found- binoculars found in yard on West Boston Post Road 11/10
Larceny- iPhone taken from employee in a store, 300 block of Mamk Ave, valued at $400. 11/10
Suspicious Incident- Raleigh Road. Person moving to this address found the garage door open and a closet locked from the inside. Turned out to be fine. 11/10
Village of Larchmont
PENAL LAW ARREST
A White Plains man was arrested on 11/7 after Larchmont Police Officers responded to a fight in progress call on Palmer Ave. Josh ZAMFINO, 34, was involved in an altercation and left the area as police were arriving. He was observed operating his vehicle and committing a traffic offense. As the officer was issuing summonses for the observed violations, Zamfino made physical contact with the officer. He was arrested and charged with Obstructing Governmental Administration and Resisting Arrest. His vehicle was impounded and he was released on his own recognizance.
PENAL LAW ARREST
On 11/9, Larchmont Police Detectives responded to the Rockland County Jail and executed a Warrant of Arrest on Paula IZURIETA, 29, charging felony Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance, for substance found in her possession on 6/26 after she reported her friend had gone missing in the Long Island Sound. She was arraigned and return to custody.
A Larchmont Police Officer while on patrol on 11/8 observed that a concrete bench in Flint Park had been damaged.
The manager of the CVS store on Chatsworth Ave reported on 11/11 that an individual had purchased merchandise valued at $120 using two counterfeit American Express travelers’ checks.
A Cherry Ave resident reported on 10/30 that his bicycle, valued at $430, was removed sometime during the daytime hours of 10/29 from the bicycle rack in Lot 1.
A Wendt Ave resident reported on 10/30 than his credit card accounts were compromised while he was on vacation.
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A New Rochelle man was arrested on 10/30 and charged with operating with suspended driving privileges after he was observed operating his vehicle on Chatsworth Ave. The operator released upon the issuance of an appearance ticket.
A Stafford Place resident reported on 10/31 than someone attempted to gain access to her bank accounts.
PENAL LAW ARREST
A Mamaroneck Town resident was arrested on 11/4 after she was observed driving her vehicle on Palmer Ave and committing a traffic offense. ****, 51,(name removed at reader’s request) was arrested after she refused to provide her driver license to a Larchmont Police Officer. She was charged with Obstructing Governmental Administration, Disorderly Conduct, and issued vehicle and traffic law summonses. She was released on her own recognizance.
A Toyota Tacoma truck was reportedly stolen early one morning from the overnight Rye Colony parking lot on Peck Avenue. The owner reported seeing it at 5 a.m. By 6 a.m., it was gone. Nov. 5.
Someone reportedly threw a palm-sized rock through the back window of a Milton Road business, shattering the window and damaging a bathroom shade. No one entered the business. Nov. 6.
Someone reportedly broke into a car by smashing its window, taking the black backpack with an iPod inside, while it was parked overnight in its owners Greenhaven Road driveway. Nov. 10.
Someone also reportedly broke into another car parked in a Greenhaven Road driveway by smashing a window, this time taking a GPS and $120 in cash. Nov. 10.
Police interviewed and released a woman begging for money at the Rye train station. The woman had $120 on her, which she said she got from handouts. Nov. 10.
Someone stole a snowplow from a truck parked at the Scarsdale Congregational Church on Heathcote Road. Nov. 1.
An Aspen Road resident reported his credit card stolen from his home. Nov. 2.
A River Road resident reported a man running into the woods after she came out of her house. Police found no suspicious activity. Nov. 3.
A Harwood Court apothecary employee reported a man, possibly drunk, acting suspiciously in and outside the story. Nov. 3.
A Rectory Lane resident reported an occupied car with its lights off parked in front of a home. Nov. 5.
A Birchall Drive resident reported someone tried to pry open a rear glass door. Nov. 6.
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