Police Blotter: Thieves Love Your Unlocked Cars
11 Feb, 2014
By Polly Kreisman
theLoop does not report minor traffic infractions or domestic disputes.
2/4/14- During an incident in which several people appeared to be intoxicated, a 31 year old man sustained lacerations from a fall and was transported to the hospital for further treatment
2/4- Burglary, Mamaroneck Avenue. Unknown person entered a residence and took property including a laptop computer and gaming system.
2/4 – Larceny, Jefferson Ave. Unknown person entered parked, unlocked vehicle and took a GPS unit (approx. value $250)
2/4- Larceny, N. Wagner Ave. Unknown person entered parked, unlocked 2007 Pontiac and took property including cash and sunglasses.
Town of Mamaroneck:
A rash of GPS burglaries from cars.
1/29/14- A Carleon Ave. resident reported a 2005 black Toyota Prius was stolen from the driveway. New York City police identified the car as being involved in a chase in the City, and the car has not been recovered.
1/31- Garmin GPS stolen from unlocked car on Seton Road.
1/31- Garmin GPS stolen from unlocked car on Huguenot Drive.
2/1- Garmin GPS stolen from unlocked car on Huguenot Drive.
2/6- Driver charged with leaving the scene of an accident at Hommocks Middle School. Owner returned to parked car and found that it had been struck. A witness identified the driver to police.
Village of Larchmont
Larchmont Police have not released any records since 1/25/14
Larceny- A Mamaroneck Town man reported on 1/20 that someone removed his bicycle, valued at $110, from Lot 3.