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Police Blotter: Impersonating a Cop, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, and a Fishing Pole

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Rye

6/14/2013, Warrant Arrest

A warrant check following a motor vehicle accident revealed that the defendant had an active warrant from New York City for assault. The warrant was confirmed by the New York Police Department.

6/15/2013, Criminal Mischief

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Complainant stated that there was a key mark on the door of his vehicle that stretched to the left rear quarter panel.  Key mark was reported on Walnut Street.

6/15/2013, Criminal Mischief

Complainant stated that his car’s gas filler door was damaged on Roosevelt Avenue.

6/16/2013, Officer Injured on Duty

One sergeant and one police officer were called to Hunter Lane after a resident had left a vehicle running overnight in the garage. The resident’s son, a 49 year old male, was overcome by carbon monoxide ad became unconscious. He was removed from the scene by the responding officers. The sergeant and police officer were taken to Westchester Medical Center for treatment of carbon monoxide exposure. The officers were treated and released. The residents of Hunter Lane were hospitalized.

6/16/2013, Larceny

Caller from Maple Avenue stated that someone stole a lawnmower sometime in the last week. The date and time are unknown.

6/17/2013, Larceny

Report of stolen bicycles at Rye Middle School.

 

Village of Mamaroneck

6/17/2013, Missing Youth

There was a reported missing teenager from Stanley Avenue. Youth was located.

6/17/2013, Village Code Violation

There was a solicitor without a permit on Madison Street. The solicitor was advised of the village code violation and was picked up by a supervisor.

6/18/2013, Larceny

Complainant reported unknown person took a cable wire on Bleeker Avenue.

6/18/2013, Larceny

Complainant reported that unknown person took his bicycle ($400) from stairwell on Fenimore Rd.

6/19/2013, Arrest

A 49 year old male from White Plains was charged with criminal impersonation in the first degree for attempting to pull over a driver using a “police style” badge on Mamaroneck Avenue.  He was released and is due in court on 7/11/2013.

6/19/2013, Larceny

Complainant reported unknown person entered her vehicle parked on Halstead Avenue and took her cell phone ($390).

6/19/2013, Arrest

A 44 year old male from Yonkers was charged with petit larceny and criminal mischief in the third degree for breaking into a vehicle and taking property (incident occurred on 3/30/2013).

6/19/2013, Larceny

Caller reported that somebody stole his fishing pole from his boat in Harbor Island Park.

6/19/2013, Arrest

38 year old male was issued a summons on Mamaroneck Avenue for possessing an open container of alcohol.

 

Town of Mamaroneck

6/16/2013, Criminal Trespassing in the Third Degree

An officer reported somebody trespassing in the town yard highway on Maxwell Avenue.

6/17/2013, Identity Theft in the Third Degree

Caller from Bonnie Briar Lane reported fraudulent transactions on a credit card.

 

Larchmont

LARCENY

A Mamaroneck Town man reported on 6/15 that someone removed his bicycle, valued at $599, from the front of a Rockhill Terrace residence.

DWI ARREST

A Yonkers man was arrested on 6/16 after he was observed operating a motor vehicle on Palmer Ave and committing a traffic infraction.  Charles CANO, 46, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance.

LARCENY

The manager of the Lexus dealership on Boston Post Rd reported on 6/17 that three license plates issued to the dealership were removed from the seat of an unlocked vehicle.

LARCENY

A Mamaroneck Town man reported on 6/21 that someone removed his bicycle, valued at $550, from Lot 3.

DWI ARREST

A Harrison man was arrested on 6/22 after he was observed operating a motor vehicle on Palmer Ave and committing a traffic infraction.  Michael CONSIGLIERE, 20, was charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

A Larchmont police officer on routine patrol on 6/22 discovered the rear passenger window had been shattered on a Village owned vehicle that had been parked on Locust Ave.

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