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Police Blotter for the week ending April 20, 2011.




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LARCENY: An Eastchester man reported that charges in the amount of $180 were fraudulently posted on his credit card by a Palmer Ave establishment. Police will not say which establishment. April 12

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Town resident reported that his bicycle, valued at $600, was removed from the bicycle rack in Lot 3. April 13

HARASSMENT: A New Rochelle man reported that while he was at his place of employment on Palmer Ave he was struck by a co-worker.  Police will not say where this happened. He declined prosecution. April 15


LARCENY: A West Boston Post Road resident reported that their car had been broken into and an iPod was stolen. The car was found with the passenger side wide window smashed. The approximate value of the iPod is $500. April 14

LARCENY: An employee of a business on Halstead Avenue reported an iPhone had been stolen. The approximate value of the phone is $600. April 14

ARREST: A 30 year-old woman from Mount Vernon was arrested on a DWI charge while driving on West Boston Post Road. April 15

LARCENY: A Heathcoate Avenue resident reported that jewelry had been stolen from her residence over the course of the last month. At this time there are no suspects. The approximate value of the missing jewelry is $15,000. April 17

ARREST: Four youths between the ages of 18-20 years-old were arrested on charges of reckless endangerment. The youths were driving around Mamaroneck firing paintballs at residents.  The report was made and youths were stopped and arrested on Waverly Avenue. April 18



LARCENY: A Colonial place resident reported that several items had been stolen from his car. The items stolen from the vehicle were: two iPods, a Kenwood radio, Pioneer speakers, Alpine amps and a GPS. The total value of the stolen property is worth approximately $2000. April 14



LARCENY: A construction worker reported that copper sheets were stolen from a job site on grace Church Street. There were no other items taken from the site and no suspects have been identified. April 13

LARCENY: An Edgar Place resident reported that his go-kart was stolen from an unlocked storage shed over the course of the last few weeks. April 16

LARCENY: A Rye Town Park employee reported that an LED TV had been removed from the office on Forest and Dearborn Avenue. An unknown party had entered the building from the Rye beach entrance and took the TV. The incident is still under investigation. April 17

ARREST: A 40 year-old woman was arrested for DUI at Station Plaza. Patrol arrived on the scene to find a damaged fire department vehicle and a damaged Volkswagen Jetta. The fire department employee stated that the woman crashed into the rear end of his vehicle as she stopped at the red light. April 17

LARCENY: A Rye Road resident reported that his PlayStation 3 game console was stolen from his car. He parked the car on Brevoort Lane for approximately 30 minutes. When he returned the console and HD cables were gone. April 18



LARCENY: A Brewster Road resident reported that her green Trek Mountain Bike had been stolen sometime during the afternoon hours on April 11. The woman keeps her bike in the garage but the garage has been exposed due to a missing door, allowing constant entry into the garage. The bike is valued at $250. April 13

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Donellan Road resident reported that he was receiving several unwanted phone calls from various numbers claiming he had won money from a contest he entered. The complainant stated that he never entered a contest. On a later date he also received a call from a man who claimed to be from the FBI. The caller inquired about a package the man had received, but the man claimed he had received no such package. The complainant was never certain whether the man he spoke to was from the FBI or not. Police advised the man to call his telephone provider to block the harassing numbers; he was also advised to not give out any personal information over the phone. April 13

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Bradford Road resident reported that she was receiving unwanted calls in regards to winning a contest in Jamaica. The offender called her home several times threatening to come to her house if she did not wire money. The complainant could never get name or address from the offender. Patrol advised the woman to call her telephone service provider to block the harassing number. April 14

LARCENY: An Avalon Court Drive resident reported that several items had been stolen from her vehicle overnight. The woman also stated that she left her vehicle unlocked. The cost of the items taken from the car totaled approximately $600. April 17

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