Police Blotter: 03.22-03.28


CRIME OF THE WEEK –: A Palmer Avenue business owner in Larchmont reported the computer repair person who took a computer for maintenance never returned the machine, worth about $770. March 25


DWI ARREST: A White Plains woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident after being involved in a car accident during the late evening on Boston Post Road. She was released on $500 bail. March 22

LARCENY: A bicycle worth about $125 was taken sometime over a period of three days from the bicycle rack in parking lot 1. March 23

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: The rear window of a car parked in a resident’s driveway overnight was smashed, causing about $500 worth of damage. March 25.


CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Boston Post Road resident reported that a wall behind his property had graffiti on it. The vandalized property was a retaining wall for a business on the rear street. March 26

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Rosemore Street resident reported that someone had stolen the mirror from their car’s passenger side door. March 27

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Dearborn Avenue resident reported that known parties continually send her harassing text messages at home and at work. Police said they would resolve the situation. March 28


LARCENY: A resident reported that all four tires on a 2010 Honda parked on New Jefferson Street were stolen. The tires were worth about $600. March 23

LARCENY: A Union Avenue resident reported that her laptop, worth about $700, was stolen. March 25


ARREST: Two New Rochelle women, ages 19 and 22, were arrested for exposure and driving under the influence respectively after police noticed erratic driving. March 26.

BURGLARY: A Hall Street resident reported that $200 worth of computer equipment taken from his or her home. March 26

ARREST: A 46 year-old Bronx woman was arrested for driving under the influence on Mamaroneck Avenue. March 27

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Mamaroneck resident reported graffiti to a building and fence on Barry Avenue. March 28


LARCENY: A Crawford Lane resident reported that someone had stolen jewelry from her home while she was being treated at an NYU Hospital from Nov. 1, 2010 to Jan. 5, 2011. Several items were stolen totaling over $10,000. The lockbox in which she kept the jewelry was located in the master bedroom and the key to the box was left hanging on a keychain in the kitchen. The incident is under further investigation. March 23

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