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Police Blotter November 28

Don’t fight with the cab driver . . . 

 

 

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11/17 – Theft, 116 Apawamis Ave  Someone took a resident’s credit card off a counter at the Playland Market. Employees at the market said that they saw a man concealing a card after the incident, but before they were able to tell anyone, he quickly drove off in a blue VW car with CT license plate.

11/27 – Animal Struck by Motor Vehicle, 1 Boston Post Road.  Report of a deer struck by a car on the post road.  The deer’s back was broken and it appeared to be in a tremendous amount of pain. A police officer closed off the road and then shot one bullet into the deer, before calling animal control to pick the animal carcass.

11/18 – Harassment, *** Ridgeland Terrace.  A caller reported receiving text message and numerous e-mails from her financial advisor.  The communications were of a threatening nature, as she had had a falling out with her financial advisors over money issues.  The police contacted the advisors and told them to cease harassing messages. 

11/20 – Destruction/Vandalism, 1040 Boston Post Road.  The glass front door of Citibank was broken at approximately 3am. Police arrived on the scene and questioned two suspects in the area.  Both suspects said they saw nothing, but police were suspicious and took them to the station for furtherquestioning.

11/20 – Property Lost, Boston Post Road.  A resident dropped his wife’s electronic book reader in front of Rye Road.  He did not realize he had dropped it until after he left the area. 

 

SCARSDALE

11/16 – Assistance rendered, *** Chateaux Cir.  Resident called in to report that he had been having issues with his neighbor. His main problem stemmed from various noise complaints that he claims he had been making since October 2007. Since the resident filed several formal complaints with the board members of Chateaux complex to no avail, he thought that it would be wise to call the police.  Officers advised the resident that he and his neighbor should enter meditation, and advised the neighbor to be more respectful about the noise. 

11/19 Disorderly Conduct, 12 East Pkwy. An intoxicated man was acting disorderly at the Scarsdale Train station.  Police arrived on the scene, but could not find the man in question. 

11/19 Suspicious Vehicle, 1 Christie Place. While conducting a parking enforcement trip, patrol noticed that a red 2003 Toyota Camry was unattended with the engine running in a parking spot.  The meter was also expired.  Patrol found out that the car belonged to an Eastchester resident, and tried to contact her. When she failed to answer, officers waited until she returned 45 minutes later.  The owner stated that she had just gone to get a cup of coffee with a friend and had forgotten to turn her car off.  She was issued a ticket for leaving an unattended running vehicle.

11/20 Suspicious Activity, 6 Garth Rd.  A caller reported that a person who was in Ford van, parked by the 7-11 store, was acting suspicious.  When police arrived, the person in question told them that he was a delivery driver and that he was waiting around for a customer.  Police checked his identification and let him leave.

11/21 Criminal Mischief, Crossway Field.  A caller reported that his BMW 328X was keyed while parked at the stated address.

 

— Ricci Dipshan

 

NEW ROCHELLE

FELONY POSSESSION OF STOLEN VEHICLE

Two Mt Vernon men, ages 50 and 46,  arrested for possession of a stolen 1995 Ford Escort following carjacking in Mt Vernon.  New Rochelle Officer Sean Kane observed a car meeting the description given by Mt Vernon police and two suspects getting out of the vehicle.  When the officer tried to stop them at 35 May Street, one suspect complied and was arrested.  The other suspect fled.  Following search, the second was found hiding under a parked truck at 50 Sickles Avenue and also was apprehended.  November 21

FELONY ASSAULT

United Cab Company driver, age 52, arrested for assaulting his 16 year old passenger with a screwdriver.  Driver and passenger argued about passenger’s conduct in throwing a bag into the taxi. Driver told the passenger that if he damaged the seat, he’d have to pay and told him to leave the car.  It degenerated and the driver cut passenger on the left forearm.  570 Fifth Avenue.  November 21

FELONY BURGLARY

A 42 year-old New Rochelle man arrested for kicking in his neighbor’s door and threatening him, following a dispute.  247 Drake Avenue West.  November 21

ROBBERY

A 36 year-old New Rochelle man reports that two hours earlier he was attacked by three males who cut his clothing and took $81 from his wallet.  Victim was found on the Potter Avenue bridge flagging down police.  550 Fifth Avenue. November 22

ROBBERY

A 23 year-old New Rochelle man reports being confronted by three men as he was leaving Stop and Shop on Harrison Avenue.  The men demanded his money.  The victim punched one suspect then another, but when the third pulled a gun he gave them his money.   November 22

BURGLARY

Residence broken into through back sliding door and ransacked.  Missing items included a $3500 women’s Rolex watch, a $5000 men’s Cartier watch and a $10,000 diamond tennis bracelet.  *** Van Etten Drive. November 22

MOTOR VEHICLE LARCENY

A 2000 Honda Civic was found stripped at the end of Fountain Place – windows down, doors ajar, bumper missing, radio removed and trunk partially removed. New Rochelle car owner did not know the car was there.  November 21

 

 

VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A Port Chester woman was arrested on 11/14 and chargedwith operating with a suspended registration and a suspended license on Gilder St.  The vehicle was impounded, and the operator released on an appearance ticket.

 

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A Cortland Manor man was arrested on 11/14, and charged with operating with a suspended registration on Larchmont Ave. The vehicle was impounded, and the operator released on an appearance ticket.

 

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A New Rochelle woman was arrested on 11/14, and charged with operating with a suspended license on Larchmont Ave.  The vehicle was towed, and the operator released on an appearance ticket.

 

LARCENY

An agent of a Bronx recycling company reported on 11/19 that sometime between 11/16 and 11/18 someone removed a steel recycling box commonly used for clothing donations from the parking lot of 2123 Boston Post Rd.

 

FRAUD

A Larchmont Ave resident reported on 11/19 that someone applied for a loan account in her name.

 

— Maura Fecher Carlin

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