Larchmont/Mamaroneck Police Blotter
14 Feb, 2013
By Alexandria Garcia
Some local police activity in last ten days:
Village of Larchmont
A Bronx man was arrested on 2/4 after he was observed operating a motor vehicle on Chatsworth Ave and committing a traffic infraction. Fitzroy MELON, 46, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance.
A scofflaw vehicle with $400 in outstanding fines was impounded from Rockhill Terrace on 2/4.
A Palmer Ave resident reported on 2/4 that as he was returning to his residence he encountered a suspect exiting his apartment. The suspect dropped the property and ran.
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A New Rochelle woman was arrested on 2/5 and charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Unlicensed Operation, after being involved in a collision on Wendt Ave and fleeing the scene. She was released on her own recognizance.
A Larchmont Ave resident reported on 2/7 that sometime during the overnight hours someone removed his vehicle which was parked and unlocked in the driveway of the residence.
A Iden Ave resident reported on 2/7 that sometime during the overnight hours someone entered his vehicle which was parked and unlocked and removed property valued at $150 .
Larchmont Police Officers investigating the larceny of a vehicle discovered two vehicles parked in the driveway of two separate residences on Wakeman Place had been entered and undetermined property removed .
A Gerlach Place resident reported on 2/8 that someone removed jewelry valued at $7000 from her residence sometime during the previous several weeks.
Town of Mamaroneck
Feb 4, Hillcrest Avenue- Missing Property. Two license plates were removed from a vehicle.
Feb 5, 1310 Boston Post Road, Town of Mamaroneck – Grand Larceny 3rd Degree: $8,849.41 worth of deposits missing from from CVS Store. The case is still under investigation.
Village of Mamaroneck
Feb 5, Waverly Avenue, Criminal Mischief- Complainant reported damages to two vehicles while both vehicles were parked overnight in lot. Damages included a door panel, lock on one of the vehicles, and two broken windows on the second vehicle. Estimated cost: $7,000.
Feb 6, Florence Street, Fraud/Forgery/Identity Theft Person attempted to file a tax return in victim’s name as well as make purchases on her credit card.
Feb 7, The Parkway, Criminal Mischief: Two damaged vehicles; handbag was taken from inside one vehicle.
Feb 7, Sound View Drive, Larceny A GPS Unit and $100 was taken from a vehicle overnight.
Feb 7, Fayette Ave.; Larceny Victim reports various pieces of equipment & parts missing from bus.
Feb 10, Howard Ave. Unknown person(s) entered vehicle & took cash ($540) from wallet that was inside vehicle. Vehicle was parked & unoccupied on street. The incident was believed to have occurred during overnight hours.