Town of Mamaroneck
7/8/2013, Criminal Mischief in the 3rd Degree
Complainant reported that somebody broke the rear window of their vehicle parked in their driveway on Marbourne Drive.
7/12/2013, Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree
Complainant reported a wallet stolen from Stop & Shop on Boston Post Road.
Village of Mamaroneck
A 46 year old black male from Brooklyn attempted to withdraw money from someone’s bank account on Mamaroneck Avenue. He was found with a fraudulent ID and was also in possession of a controlled substance (cocaine). He was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree, criminal impersonation in the second degree, identity theft in the third degree, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree
7/11/2013, V&T Arrest
There was an arrest on Mamaroneck Avenue for someone operating a vehicle without a proper license.
Complainant reported a bike stolen ($500) from a garage on Sheldrake Avenue.
A 49 year old female from White Plains was charged with a DWI after a traffic stop for a traffic infraction. She was released on a $100 bail and is due in court on 7/18/2013. She was driving a 2011 Lexus.
Complainant reported a scooter stolen from lot on Old White Plains Road.
Somebody withdrew funds from a NYS benefit account without the permission of the account holder.
There was a report of stolen bicycles on Lea Place.
Complainants reported larceny by their nanny while she was residing at their home.
7/12/2013, Attempted Burglary
Complainant reported that he found an improvised lock pick (“bobby” pin) in the door of his house on Captains Lane.
An employee from the Citi Bank on Boston Post Road reported a black female in her 30s tried to deposit counterfeit money orders.
A Chatsworth Ave resident reported on 7/8 that sometime during the daytime hours someone removed a child stroller that she had left outside of the front door of her residence.
A Rockwood Drive resident reported on 7/10 that someone entered his vehicles, which had been parked in the driveway of his residence and left unlocked, and removed property valued at $350.