In Scarsdale Undercover, we share some of the more…unnecessary police activity that seems to occur in Scarsdale, New York.
Police were called because…
A Popham Road resident reported someone damaged her windshield. Police discovered the damage was actually dirt and cleaned it off. Jan. 30.
A driver flagged down police claiming that his car was stolen. It was parked a block away. Jan. 30.
A local woman reported losing her cell phone while in the Village. She found it in her boots. Feb. 1.
A caller reported that his neighbor put his garbage out on the street, possibly causing a hazard. Police, however, didn’t believe the cardboard boxes posed any danger and let the sanitation department know they were there. Later, police received another call, saying the neighbors were having a disagreement over the curbside trash. While police were back at the scene, the neighbors came to an agreement on what to do with the recyclables. Feb. 4.
A Post Road resident complained that someone was at their front door at 8 p.m. and would not leave. When police arrived, they spoke with a neighbor who said he and his wife had been trying to drop off a cake at the resident’s house but nobody came to the door. Jan.21.