Police Blotter 01.14.10

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Crime of the week:   SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A man said his oil truck was being followed at about 10:15 a.m. by union workers on Mamaroneck Avenue who were upset that he was a non-union driver. Village of Mamaroneck Police said they spoke with the parties and that the condition had been corrected. Jan. 13

TOWN OF MAMARONECK
LARCENY
A window on a car parked on Murray Avenue was smashed and a GPS valued at $200 was taken. Jan. 9

LARCENY
A window on a car parked on Avon Road was smashed and a wallet, containing $50 in cash, credit cards and personal papers, was stolen sometime between Jan. 9-11.

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

DWI
A 33-year-old Bridgeport, Conn., man was charged with driving while intoxicated on the 400 block of Mamaroneck Avenue at about 1:30 a.m. Jan. 8

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller reported that duck hunters were hunting too close to the land near The Parkway at about 4 p.m. Police canvassed the area with negative results. They later spoke to a man at the boat ramp, who said he had been hunting on his boat and was aware of the regulations. Police observed no violations. Jan. 9

LARCENY
A wedding ring, valued at $2,500, and $20 in cash were reported missing from a Carroll Avenue residence. Police said there did not appear to be a forced entry into the residence. Jan. 9

SUSPICIOUS PERSON
A male wearing a tan hoodie was reportedly walking through yards on Constable Drive at about 10 p.m. Police were unable to locate the subject and said all the premises appeared secure. Jan. 9

LARCENY
Tools and stereo equipment, valued at $600, were stolen from a car parked on the 800 block of Mamaroneck Avenue. Jan. 10

AUTO ACCIDENT
A shitzu that was not wearing tags was struck and killed by a red car on Waverley Avenue at about 8 a.m. The car allegedly fled the scene. Jan. 11

BURGLARY
Computer equipment, photography equipment, electronics and jewelry, worth a total of about $6,000, were taken from an apartment on the 700 block of Mamaroneck Avenue sometime overnight on Jan. 10. Police said there didn’t appear to be a forced entry and no arrests have been made. Jan. 11

LARCENY
A snowblower valued at $400 was reported stolen from a driveway on the 1300 block of Harrison Avenue at about 3 p.m. Jan. 12

AUTO ACCIDENT
A 41-year-old man was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center complaining of neck pain after a two-car accident on Keeler Avenue at about 8:15 p.m. Jan. 12

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A man said his oil truck was being followed at about 10:15 a.m. by union workers on Mamaroneck Avenue who were upset that he was a non-union driver. Police said they spoke with the parties and that the condition had been corrected. Jan. 13

DISORDERLY CONDUCT
A 57-year-old homeless man was charged with disorderly conduct after he was allegedly cursing and yelling on Halstead Avenue at about 6 p.m. Jan. 13

Larchmont Village

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

An Addison Street resident reported on 1/1 that sometime during the overnight hours someone broke the glass on the lift gate of his vehicle which had been parked on Post Alley, causing $600 in damages.

DWI ARREST

A New Rochelle man was arrested during the early morning hours of 1/2 after he was observed operating his vehicle on Boston Post Rd., and committing a traffic infraction. Bruce STONE, 62, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance.

IDENTITY THEFT

A Iselin Terrace resident reported on 1/3 that early last month he lost his driver license while out of state and was soon after notified that a fraudulent application for a credit card had been made using his name.

LARCENY

A Greenwich resident reported on 1/7 that her cell phone, valued at $300, was removed from her purse at her place of employment on the Boston Post Rd.

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A New Rochelle man was arrested on 1/7 and charged with operating with a suspended license after he was observed operating his vehicle on Chatsworth Ave and committing a traffic offense.  The operator released on his own recognizance.

RYE

HARASSMENT
A 38-year-old Mamaroneck man said he was being harassed by his ex-girlfriend’s 72-year-old mother at about noon. Jan. 6

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A deer that was stuck on a Sharon Lane fence and appeared to have a broken leg was put down at about 10 a.m. Jan. 10

HIT AND RUN
A Pine Lane resident said she came home at about 7:30 p.m. and found her car damaged. Jan. 13

LARCENY
A Rye Brook man said half of his car’s front grill was missing when he returned to Car Park 3 at about 4 p.m. on Jan. 10. The man said he had parked his 2002 BMW intact at about 7 a.m. The damage was estimated at $150. Jan. 12

SCARSDALE
LOST PROPERTY
A Brewster Road resident said her platinum and diamond engagement ring, valued at $40,000, was missing from her dresser and was likely misplaced. Jan. 3

LARCENY
A Bronx woman said an unknown person smashed the window on her 2002 Toyota and took her purse, which contained $360 in cash and personal papers, while she was in the Scarsdale Library between 8:27 p.m. and 8:37 p.m. Jan. 3

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A caller reported a coyote in the area of Mamaroneck Road and Garden Road at about 8 a.m. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the animal. Jan. 4

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A caller said an unknown person knocked on the door of his Franklin Road at about 9:30 a.m. when his 19 year-old daughter was home alone, and now there are two men shoveling in their backyard. Police arrived and spoke to the men, who had a work order to replace a cable in the back of the residence. The homeowner was contacted and said the men were allowed to be on the property. All appeared to be in order upon police departure. Jan. 4

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Wildwood Road resident said she heard her door chime about at about 9:30 a.m., and then saw her garage door close. Police checked the home and found all in order. Jan. 4

TRAFFIC COMPLAINT
A caller reported congestion on Putnam Road near Greenacres School at about 3 p.m. The congestion had cleared upon police arrival. Jan. 4

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Clarence Road resident reported a suspicious vehicle parked and occupied with headlights on at about 1 a.m. Police arrived and questioned the operator, who said he was dropping off a friend on White Road. Police observed no violations of law and no suspicious activity. Jan. 5

LARCENY
A Westchester ARC staff person told police that $4,600 had been taken from a safe at their residential home on Foxhall Road. There was no sign of a forced entry, and the matter remains under investigation. Jan. 5

IDENTITY THEFT
A Tunstall Road resident said an unknown person made unauthorized charges to her credit card. Jan. 6

YOUTH COMPLAINT
A staff member at Quaker Ridge School said kids were on the property and throwing snowballs at passing cars at about 2:30 p.m. Police arrived and found some kids playing in the snow. Police told them about the complaint made by the school staff, and the kids left the area. Jan. 7

CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
A Scarsdale woman said she was the victim of an online scam after losing about $1,500 that was intended as a payment for furniture Jan. 7

ASSIST CITIZEN
A Richbell Road resident said she believed someone was walking on her property at about 8:30 p.m. Police checked the area and found all in order. Jan. 7

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Horseguard Lane resident said an unknown person inside a silver car threw a firecracker onto her lawn at about 9:30 p.m. The resident said the vehicle, which may have been a Mustang, then left the area. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the subject. Jan. 7

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Murray Hill Road resident said her front door was found wide open at about 10:30 p.m. Police checked the home and found all in order. Jan. 7

ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A Paddington Road resident reported an animal, possibly a fox, on her property at about 10:30 a.m. Police were unable to locate the animal. Jan. 8

NOISE COMPLAINT
A caller complained of loud music coming from a Post Road residence at about 6 p.m. Police spoke with the resident, who said he didn’t realize that his music was too loud and agreed to keep it at a reasonable level. Jan. 8

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A resident said she heard a woman calling for help at about 9:30 a.m. and believed it was coming from the direction of the Hutchinson River Parkway. Police checked the area with negative results and spoke with neighbors. The parkway was checked by Westchester County officers, also with negative results. Jan. 9

SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
A Kensington Road resident said the front door of her neighbor’s home was open at about 10:30 a.m. Police checked the inside of the residence and found all in order. Police contacted the homeowner, who told police there had been issues with the front door in the past and was grateful for police assistance. Police secured the door and placed several newspapers that were on the driveway behind the residence so that they would not be visible from the street. Jan. 9

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