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Police Blotter 07.27.10

CRIME OF THE WEEK: A 53-year-old New Rochelle man told Rye Police he was pulling out of the Kohl’s parking lot on Boston Post Road in Port Chester at about 10:45 p.m. when he was approached by three unknown males in a truck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

who asked him for permission to repair the dents in his car. The man refused and headed south on Boston Post Road. The truck approached him again and he agreed to pull over to accept their business card. When both cars were stopped, the occupants of the truck got out and started to repair the dents. The complainant said he tried to stop them, but they refused. Upon completion of the work, they asked for $450. The man eventually gave them $50. The men asked for more money, and the complainant drove off. July 26

 

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
Police responded to Harbor Island Park at about 8:30 a.m. on a report of people sleeping in the grass near the Harbor Master’s office. The parties told police they had arrived at the park at about 7:30 and were merely resting. Police advised them that they were not allowed to sleep in the park overnight. July 20

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Two tires were slashed and a dollar sign was scratched into the hood of a 1995 black BMW that was parked on Florence Street. July 20

IDENTITY THEFT
A Richbell Road resident said someone tried to open a department-store account using the victim’s name. July 20

PROPERTY MISSING
A "House of Honda" sign, estimated to weigh a few hundred pounds, was reported missing from the rear of the store at 172 East Prospect Avenue at about 5 p.m. July 20

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A Connecticut man was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle at 355 Mamaroneck Avenue at about 6 p.m. July 20

HIT AND RUN
A Lester Avenue man said he parked his car on July
16 and discovered a dent on the driver’s side fender when he returned the next day. July 20

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A Georgia woman was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on Palmer Avenue at about 2:15 a.m. when police noticed a taillight was out on her car. July 21

LARCENY
A Mamaroneck High School student said his iPhone was stolen from the locker room while he was at football practice. July 21

LARCENY
A BlackBerry phone was found to be missing from Radio Shack on Mamaroneck Avenue when the staff was taking inventory. July 22

ROBBERY
A homeless man said two unknown males stole his wallet, an ATM card and his identification from his pocket while he was sleeping in Harbor Island Park at about 11:30 a.m. July 22

BURGLARY
A woman was returning home to her Halstead Avenue apartment at about 3:15 p.m. when she noticed an unknown woman carrying two of her gold necklaces. The woman told police she grabbed the necklaces from the suspect, described as a blond with a tattoo wearing pink shorts and no shoes, who then fled. When the woman checked her apartment, she noticed $1,000 in cash was missing. July 22

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
A suspicious car was reported in the area of Hampshire Country Club at about 5 p.m. Police located the car on private property with nobody inside it. July 22

FORGERY
A man attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at O’Neill’s Country Store on Mamaroneck Avenue at about noon. Police said the man tried to buy cigarettes with the bill. When the clerk told him it was fake, the man fled. July 23

PROPERTY DAMAGE
A window was reported broken at Flintlock Construction on North Barry Avenue at about 10 a.m. After reviewing the surveillance tape, it was determined that the owner forgot his keys and broke the window to gain access. No further police action was required. July 23

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 19-year-old Larchmont girl was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding at about 5:30 p.m. on West Boston Post Road.

HIT AND RUN
A woman said she was exiting the Interstate 95 ramp at about 7:30 p.m. when she was struck from behind by a green or light blue van. The woman said the driver then fled south on Mamaroneck Avenue. July 23

YOUTH COMPLAINT
A man complained of youths, possibly burning something, on Staub Court at about 9:30 p.m. The youths were gone upon police arrival. July 23

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A rear window on a car parked on Rose Lane was broken sometime overnight, but nothing was taken from the vehicle. July 24

SUSPENDED LICENSE
A 27-year-old Village resident was charged with operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license after police observed him driving on Madison Street with one headlight out at about 1:30 a.m. July 24

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Four cars parked on Palmer Avenue were keyed on their driver sides sometime overnight. July 24

DWI
A 45-year-old Harrison man was charged with driving while intoxicated after being involved in a minor accident on Halstead Avenue at about 1:30 a.m. July 25

DWI
A 22-year-old New Rochelle man was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle at about 1:30 a.m. on Ogden Avenue. Police said the man failed to stop at a stop sign and was following another car too closely. July 25

FIGHT IN PROGRESS
Three individuals were involved in a fight on Halstead Avenue at about 10 a.m. Police said nobody wanted to press charges, and EMS was called for one man, who refused medical attention. July 25

ARREST
A 45-year-old New York City man was being held at the Westchester County Jail awaiting extradition to Nevada after police received a report of a suspicious person at 300 West Boston Post Road at about 3 p.m. Police said they found a warrant for his arrest from Las Vegas when they ran his plates. July 25

DWI
A 23-year-old Village man was charged with driving while intoxicated, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of an accident at about 10:45 p.m. on Rushmore Avenue. According to police, the man tried to flee after crashing his car into a tree, causing minor damage to the passenger side of his car. Police found the man hiding in some bushes. July 25

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A commercial truck parked on Waverly Avenue was spray-painted with graffiti sometime after July 23. July 26

DOMESTIC ARREST
A 48-year-old New Rochelle man was arrested after a domestic dispute with his brother-in-law on Hillside Avenue. Police said the suspect pushed the 42-year-old victim and told him he was going to kill him. July 26

NOISE COMPLAINT
A man complained that youths were slamming their car doors at about 10:30 p.m. on Park Avenue. July 26

 

 

 

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

AUTO ACCIDENT

A 19-year-old Bronx woman was taken to Sound Shore Medical Center for evaluation after her 2004 Honda was struck by an 18-year-old Rye man driving a 2001 Chrysler at about 8:30 a.m. on Rockland Avenue. The man said he was going southeast on Rockland Avenue and lost control of his car at a sharp bend. The driver of the Honda said she was traveling northwest on Rockland Avenue and turning left onto McKenna Avenue when she was hit. She was transported to the hospital complaining of pain to her back. The man was not injured. July 20

LARCENY
Eight cartons of assorted cigarettes, valued at $800, were stolen from the CVS at 2444 Boston Post Road. Police said the unknown person entered the store and reached behind the counter, grabbed the cigarettes, and left. July 21

ASSAULT
Adam J. Steinberg, a 22-year-old Carol Lane resident, was charged with second-degree assault, a felony, after allegedly getting into an altercation with a 20-year-old victim. According to police, the individuals were having a dispute over money. Police said the victim suffered a cracked jaw after trying to collect. July 22

CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION
The owner of Bartell Business Inc., located at 3 Washington Square, said  an unknown person was using his business name to solicit participants in a shopping scheme. The business’ Web site says, "If you received a check with this company name, it is a fraud." July 22

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A Mohegan Road resident said an unknown person painted graffiti on a garage door panel sometime between July 23 and July 24. 

LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT
A Highridge Road resident said her son parked a 2009 Subaru belonging to a Byron Lane resident at the bottom of her driveway at about 9 p.m. on July 25. At about 10 a.m. the next morning, they noticed it had been hit by an unknown car,  causing substantial damage to the fender and bumper on the passenger side. The matter is under investigation. July 26

RYE


IDENTITY THEFT
A Roosevelt Avenue resident said numerous credit card accounts were opened in his and his wife’s names. July 20

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A staff member at the Rye Recreation Center at 281 Midland Avenue said syringes were found in the parking lot in front of the main building. The syringes did not have needles attached. They were taken to police headquarters and disposed of in a medical waste container. July 21

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT
An employee at the Rye Bar and Grill said a man has been calling hund
reds of times a day looking for a female employee. July 21

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
An employee at Subway at 2 Purchase Street said the front door to the restaurant was damaged overnight. July 22

FRAUD
A Fenton Street woman said she discovered four fraudulent charges on her credit card statement. July 22

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT
A Purchase Street man said he has been getting numerous text messages and phone calls from a former employee. July 22

RULES OF THE ROAD
A 48-year-old Greenwich, Conn., man was charged with unsafe backing of a motor vehicle and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle at about 6 p.m. at Boston Post Road and Hillside Road. July 22

ASSIST CITIZEN
Responding to a report of an assault, police found an intoxicated 15-year-old Forest Avenue girl who had apparently been involved in an altercation with a 20-year-old Harrison woman. Police said the girl and an unknown friend were involved in a fight with the Harrison woman and her unknown friend when a 17-year-old Apawamis Avenue boy broke it up. The 15-year-old girl said she had consumed alcohol with her medication. EMS was called and one of her parents was notified. July 22

DOMESTIC ARREST
A 19-year-old woman was charged with trespassing on Ridgewood Drive at about 2 a.m. July 23

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
A bench at Rye Town Park was destroyed sometime between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. July 23

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT
A Walker Avenue resident said an unknown female is constantly calling his residence even after being told she has the wrong number. July 23

ASSIST CITIZEN
A Scarsdale man said his debit card, which was recently stolen out of his car in Port Chester, was used at a Starbucks on Purchase Street. July 23

LARCENY FROM A BUILDING
An employee at New York Life Insurance Company on Theodore Fremd Avenue said two laptops and an LCD projector were taken sometime during the last week. July 23

INTIMIDATION
A 23-year-old Hickory Drive resident said she has been receiving threatening text messages from a former friend, who allegedly assaulted her the night before in White Plains. July 23

LARCENY
A Midland Avenue man said an unknown person took his wallet from under his towels at Rye Beach. July 24

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A sick raccoon, covered in flies, was put down at a residence at 600 Milton Road at about 2 p.m. July 25

LARCENY
The manager at of CVS at 1121 Boston Post Road said multiple over-the-counter drugs, valued at $300, were taken from one of the aisles at about 4:15 p.m. The manager said the suspect fled and ran to a car driven by another man. July 25

AUTO ACCIDENT
A 53-year-old woman was taken to the hospital complaining of neck pain after a two-car accident at Theodore Fremd Avenue and Playland Access at about 9:30 p.m.  July 25

LARCENY
A 17-year-old Milton Road resident said he left his bike unlocked on the rack at the Coveleigh Club on Stuyvesant Avenue at about noon. When he returned at about 8 p.m., his bike was missing. July 26

RULES OF THE ROAD
A 22-year-old Tarrytown woman was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding at about 8:30 p.m. on Midland Avenue. July 26

ASSIST CITIZEN
A woman and her dog were attacked by a pit bull on Theodore Fremd Avenue at about 10 p.m. According to police, a 17-year old boy was walking three dogs when the pit bull broke loose and charged the smaller dog. The boy yelled a warning to the woman, who picked up her dog and was knocked down by the pit bull. The woman refused treatment and told police on the scene that she was not bit by the dog. The boy suffered multiple scrapes to his arm from the leashes and was taken to the hospital for treatment. The matter is under investigation. July 26

AUTO ACCIDENT
A 63-year-old Pine Island Road woman was transported to Greenwich Hospital at about 9:47 a.m. after she was struck by a van while riding her bicycle on Pine Island Road. The woman fell off her bike as a result of the collision and hit her head on the pavement. July 27

SCARSDALE


NOISE COMPLAINT
A Secor Road resident complained of loud youths  in the park at about 1 a.m. Police were unable to locate the kids. July 19

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Thornwood Place resident said unknown persons were parked in his driveway and ringing his doorbell at about 2 a.m. When police arrived, the resident said the person had left. Police did not locate the suspect. July 19

FRAUDULENT CHECK
A Walworth Avenue woman said she received a fraudulent out-of-state check in the mail in response to an online ad she had placed. July 19

SUSPICIOUS PERSONS
A Kingston Road resident said two people were taking pictures of her home at about 12:15 p.m. Police spoke with the subjects, who were surveying a property on Montrose Road. No further police action was necessary. July 19

ASSIST CITIZEN
A Ridgecrest East resident reported an oil-like substance coming from a pole in front of his residence at about 5:30 p.m. Con-Ed was notified and repaired the leak. July 19

IDENTITY THEFT
A Fayette Road resident said an unknown person is attempting to open an insurance policy in his name. July 19

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Montrose Road resident said he came home from vacation to find his front door unlocked and the alarm turned off. Police checked the interior of the home and found everything to be in good order. July 19

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Wheelock Road resident said a raccoon was on her patio at about 7:15 a.m. and had a peanut butter container on its head. The raccoon ran into the bushes and police were unable to locate it. July 20

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Post Road resident reported a coyote on Oxford Road at about 7:30 a.m. Police were unable to locate the animal. July 20

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Black Birch Lane resident reported an unidentified animal carcass in her backyard at about 9:40 a.m. The animal control officer arrived and was unable to identify the animal. It was placed in a bag to be picked up by the sanitation department. July  20

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT
A Mamaroneck Road resident said her daughter has been receiving threatening text messages. The woman did not wish to pursue charges but wanted the matter documented. July 21

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A resident requested help with his sick dog at about 2 p.m. The animal control officer arrived and helped transport the animal to Scarsdale Animal Hospital. July 21

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Reimer Road resident reported hearing her front door open and close at about 6:15 p.m. and asked police to check the home. All appeared to be in good order. July 21

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Brookby Road resident reported seeing a coyote in his yard at about 7:30 p.m. Police searched the area but could not find the animal. July 21

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Rock Creek Lane resident said her dog was attacked by another dog at about 8:15 a.m. According to police, the woman was walking her dog and a neighbor’s dog broke free from its owner. The woman suffered scratches and the dog was bitten several times. The animal control officer reported that the attacking dog had all its papers in order and its shots were up to date.

AUTO ACCIDENT
A Hopewell Junction woman driving a 2007 Toyota collided with a  Garden Road resident driving a 2009 Mercedes at the intersection of Post Road and Mamaroneck Road at about 11:30 a.m. The 20-year-old Hopewell Junction woman was taken to White Plain Hospital complaining of pain. July 22

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT
A Port Chester man said he was receiving threatening text messages from a former employee. He said he did not wish to pursue charges but wanted the matter documented. July 22

NOISE COMPLAINT
A local resident complained of numerous people making noise in the park at about 8:20 p.m. Police spoke with the individuals, who were playing basketball at the Greenacres School Park and advised them of the complaint. They agreed to leave. July 22

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Heathcote Road resident said he was riding his bike at about 8:45 p.m. when a car passed him and sprayed some type of fluid on him. The resident said the car was blue and had youths inside. Police were unable to locate it. July 22

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Brittany Close resident said he saw a coyote in his backyard at about 10 p.m. Police were unable to locate the animal. July 22

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Brittany Close resident complained of music coming from Colonial Acres Park at about 11 p.m. Police checked the park with negative results. July 22

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller reported a motorist slumped over the wheel at Post Road and Popham Road at about 12:30 p.m. The caller said the driver did not move when the light turned green. Police searched the area with negative results. July 23

LARCENY
A Church Lane resident said his Rolex watch, valued at $10,000, went missing from his bedroom sometime in the last week. The resident said numerous people had been in and out of his house during that time. No arrests have been made. July 23

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller reported a suspicious man in a black jeep on Drake Road at about 10 p.m. Police checked the area with negative results. July 23

NOISE COMPLAINT
A caller reported noisy youths at Fox Meadow School at about 10 p.m. The kids left without incident. July 23

TRESPASSING
The pool manager at Scarsdale Pool said unknown persons were on the grounds overnight without permission. She said  cigarette butts and empty beer bottles were found in a garbage can. No damage was caused. July 23

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A  Circle Road resident said an unknown person is using his email account and requesting money. July 24

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A resident said a car full of youths pulled into Richbell Close and dumped garbage before speeding away at about 10 p.m. Police checked the area with negative results. July 24

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Horseguard Lane resident complained of loud music coming from her neighbor’s home at about 10:30 p.m. Police spoke with the homeowner, who agreed to lower the music. July 24

NOISE COMPLAINT
A Hampton Road resident complained of a loud party at about 11 p.m. Guests were leaving in an orderly manner upon police arrival. July 24

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Mamaroneck Road resident reported hearing banging in the back of his home at about midnight and wanted it checked out. Police found everything to be in good order. July 25

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A River Road resident said she found her front door open at about 2:15 a.m. and wanted it checked. Police found everything in good order. July 25

INJURED RESIDENT
A Fenimore Road resident said she was walking her dog in the area of Cohawney Road and Oak Lane at about 11:30 on July 23 when she tripped on debris in the roadway. The woman said she struck her face on the curb, fracturing her nose and damaging her left orbital socket. She was taken by her son to White Plains Hospital. July 25

TREE DOWN
A tree that had fallen in the roadway in the area of Richbell Road and Burgess Road at about noon was removed. July 25

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Lee Road resident reported an injured fox behind her home at about 6:30 p.m. Police found the animal, but it ran away. It appeared to be healthy. July 25

 

LARCHMONT

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

A Wachovia bank representative reported on 7/17 that sometime during the day someone damaged the glass on the front door at the Boston Post Rd branch.

LARCENY

A resident of Oak Bluff reported on 7/19 that someone removed three kayaks, valued at $2000, from their dock.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Department of Public Works employees reported on 7/19 that they discovered two park benches in Constitution Park had been damaged.

LARCENY

A New Rochelle resident reported on 7/20 that sometime during the day someone stole center caps, valued at $300, from his vehicle while it was parked in the Guitar Center parking lot.

LARCENY

A Helena Ave resident reported on 7/23 that a bicycle, valued at $300, was removed from the rear yard of the residence.

 

 

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