Police Blotter

06 Mar, 2014

By Alana Keeley

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Police report the following activity in late February and early March:


Town of Mamaroneck:


Threatening phone call made to residential home. Harassment in the second degree. February 25 2014-


 


Village of Mamaroneck:


Fraud and possible abduction– An unknown caller called the complainant and stated that a family member was in an accident and being held until money was received. The family member in question was contacted and was safe and not involved in any accident.


 


March 1 2014.


Suspect was in possession with marijuana and PCP and was charged with disorderly conduct for refusing to cooperate. March 1 2014.


Larceny. Copper Scrap metal stolen from driveway valued at $250. February 27 2014


Residential Burglary. Several credit cards were stolen from home and never recovered. February 26 2014.


 


Village of Larchmont:


PENAL LAW ARREST


A Mamaroneck Village man was arrested on 2/16 after he was stopped for driving a vehicle on Boston Post Rd and committing a traffic infraction.  A woman, 26, was charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and released on his own recognizance.


IDENTITY THEFT


A Virginia Pl resident reported on 2/17 that someone fraudulently opened a Verizon Cellular account in his name.


PENAL LAW ARREST


A Mamaroneck Village man was arrested on 2/18 after he was stopped for driving a vehicle on Palmer Ave and committing a traffic infraction.  A man, 34, was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana; he was released on $250 bail.


PENAL LAW ARREST


A homeless man was arrested by Larchmont Police Detectives on 2/21 after he was observed by the Detectives walking on Chatsworth Ave.  He had been identified as the suspect in two burglaries at a Boston Post Rd establishment earlier this year.   A man, 25, was charged with two counts of Burglary 3rd and one count of Attempted Burglary 3rd.  He was arraigned and remanded to the Westchester County Jail.


 
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