Police Blotter 01.21.10

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From police complaint reports around theLoop last week. None of this was made up… (we couldn’t)

 

 

 

SCARSDALE
 
PETIT LARCENY
Police responded to a call from the LF store on Boniface Circle in Scarsdale Village.  The caller observed a 25 year old female from the Bronx stuffing black leather shorts into her jacket.  The individual left the store and police located her on Boniface Circle attempting to remove the apparel from her coat.  She had two leather shorts valued at $312.00 each and one leather vest valued at $348.00 on her. She was arrested and arraigned at Scarsdale Court.  She was charged with two misdemeanors: Criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree and Petit Larceny.  She was released on her own recognizance and is due back in Scarsdale court on January 20th.  5 Boniface Circle.  January 14
 
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A Scarsdale woman reported that an unknown man drove into her driveway and parked at a side door.  The woman opened the door, and said the man seemed startled.  The unknown man confirmed her address and asked if a Linda Blair resided there.  She denied that Linda lived there, and he wrote something down, and proceeded to get in his car and leave.  There was no explanation given for the man’s visit.  A supporting deposition and suspect description sheet was completed. 11 Tompkins Road.  January 15
 
ASSISTANCE RENDERED
 
A caller reported a foot sticking out of the ice at the pond near the Hitchcock Church at 6 Greenacres Ave.  Police observed a plastic foot sitting on top of a thin sheet of ice.   January 16
 
ASSISTENCE RENDERED
 
A resident of 100 Walworth Avenue reported that a flyer asking for clothing donations was on his front doorstep with only a cell phone number on it.  The resident worried that it may be a scam to get close to the front door to check if it is unlocked.  Police called the number and got a voicemail.  Detectives will follow-up due to the recent larcenies in the area.  January 18
 
 
TOWN OF MAMARONECK
PETIT LARCENY
A person reported their jacket as stolen from the NY Sports Club (NYSC).  The jacket was returned to NYSC later that day by a person who had mistakenly taken it.  15 Madison Avenue.  January 10
 
CRIMINAL POSSESSION
There was a report of a  prescription forgery at the CVS on 1310 Boston Post Road.   January 11
 
CRIMINAL TRESSPASS & HARASSMENT
Two people entered Central School unlawfully and harassed a cafeteria worker.  Both were arrested.  One was charged with criminal trespass, harassment, and possession of marijuana.  The other, an eligible youthful offender, was charged with criminal trespass. 1100 Palmer Avenue.  January 11
 
PETIT LARCENY
A bicycle was reported stolen from the Hommocks Park Apartments on 1/2/10. 1361 Boston Post Road.  January 13
 
VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK
 
DISPUTE
A woman removed laundry from an idle dryer, in order to put her own load in.  When the owner of the laundry returned to the room, a male party was irate and a verbal argument ensued.  The police were called and the male fled the scene.  Police were not able to locate the male.  1421 Mamaroneck Avenue.    January 12
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A 28-year old male was stopped for speeding and found to have a suspended license.  He was charged with a misdemeanor and released on bail. Mamaroneck & Gertrude Avenues.  January 15
 
STOLEN PROPERTY
A woman reported her iPhone missing from Starbucks.  She had visited the Starbucks in the morning and when she returned, the phone was missing. 1030 W. Boston Post Road.  January 15
 
BURGLARY
There was a report of a burglary at a residence on xx James Street.  There was a broken window and a list of missing property was forwarded to police.  Due to a past burglary at this residence, this case is under investigation.  January 15
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A 33-year old woman was stopped by police for speeding and found to have a suspended license.   She was charged with two misdemeanors.  808 Mamaroneck Avenue.  January 15
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A 34 year-old Harrison male was stopped by police when he failed to yield.  The officer suspected DWI and took the suspect to the police station where a DataMaster breath test was administered.  He was charged with two misdemeanors and released on $200 bail.  Hoyt Avenue.  January 17
 
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF & VILLAGE FELONY
There was a complaint of an intoxicated male damaging property. The suspect was known to the complainant.  Police noticed a broken window. Upon returning to the residence at 604 Tompkins Avenue, police arrested the suspect for criminal mischief and a village felony.  January 17
 
PETIT LARCENY
A male minor was caught attempting to take merchandise from the Hess gas station convenience store on 731 Mamaroneck Avenue.  The male was caught, he paid for merchandise, and he was told not to return to the store.  This matter is resolved.  January 18
 
HARASSMENT
Two incidents reported of paintball harassment.  In one incident, blue paintballs struck two parked cars and in another incident, orange paintballs struck the front of a building.  No damage was reported.  129 Prospect Avenue and 473 N. Barry Avenue.  January 18
 
LARCENY
A man complained that an item he had ordered, a DVD/VCR player, had not been received a month later.  UPS tracking showed that it had been delivered.  The man reported the package as stolen.  111 Florence Street. January 19
 
BURGLARY
A man reported that an undisclosed amount of money was taken from his apartment at an earlier date.  Police are following up.  150 Fenimore Road.  January 20
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A male was stopped for speeding on Boston Post Road in the early morning.  He was found to have a suspended license and arrested.  He was released on $100 bail. 161 E. Boston Post Road.  January 20
— Stefani Kim
 
NEW ROCHELLE
 
ASSAULT WITH BOTTLE
A 20 year-old Bronx man required 13 stitches after being hit on the head with a bottle by four men who attacked him.  The victim was admitted to Sound Shore Medical Center.  North and Sickles Avenues.  January 18
 
STABBING
A 20 year-old Yonkers man received 40 stitches for cuts on his back suffered during an attack by two men on Lincoln Avenue near Prince Street.  January 15
 
ROBBERY AND STABBING
A 21 year-old man was stabbed in the left arm and robbed of $70, a bank card and BlackBerry, by three men at North Avenue and Bonnefoy Place.  The victim was admitted to Sound Shore Medical Center.   January 19. 
 
STABBING
Police are investigating a three-inch deep stab wound suffered by an 83 year-old retired physician at his home.   The victim was taking to Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx for surgery.  Police are still trying to determine whether this was an attack or self-inflicted injury.  Kensington Oval.  January 17
 
ASSAULT
A 21 year-old Iona College student playing basketball in Hines Gym was punched in the face.  The victim’s left eye was swollen shut; he refused medical attention.  The suspect is a male in his late teens.  715 North Avenue.   January 19
 
BURGLARY
Items valued over $5000 were stolen overnight from a home under renovation.  There were no signs of forced entry; a basement door was unlocked.  Missing were:  a computer, $700 cash, dynolights, light stands, background stand ($500 value), riged cordless drill ($150 value), riged sawz-all ($150 value), dewalt screw gun ($75 value) and dewalt framing gun ($150 value).  24 The Boulevard.  January 19
 
LARCENY FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
Gift certificates to two local restaurants (value $155) reported missing from a 1996 Lincoln Town Car parked on the street during the day.   No sign of forced entry.  35 Memorial Highway.  January 19
 
VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A Bridgeport man was arrested on 01/09, and charged with operating with a suspended registration after he was observed driving Boston Post Rd. while using a cell phone. The vehicle was impounded, and the operator released on the issuance of an appearance ticket.
 
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST
A New Rochelle man was arrested on 01/11, and charged with operating with a suspended registration after he was observed driving on Palmer Ave. while using a cell phone.  The vehicle was impounded, and the operator released on the issuance of an appearance ticket.
 
VEHICLE IMPOUND
A scofflaw vehicle with an undetermined amount in outstanding fines was impounded and towed from Lot 7 on 1/12.
 
LARCENY
A Palmer Ave service station attendant reported on 1/12 that after pumping $59 worth of gasoline in the vehicle, the operator falsely advised the attendant that she had an account w
ith the service station.
 
VEHICLE IMPOUND
A scofflaw vehicle with $240 in outstanding fines was impounded and towed from Vanderburgh Ave  on 1/13.
 
VEHICLE IMPOUND
A scofflaw vehicle with $450 in outstanding fines was impounded and towed from Lot 3 on 1/14.
 
ARREST WARRANT EXECUTED
Larchmont Police Detectives executed a warrant of arrest for a vehicle and traffic law misdemeanor charge on a Brooklyn man upon his release from a correctional facility.  The man was arraigned and released with an upcoming court appearance.
 
ATTEMPTED LARCENY
The agent of a Palmer Avenue firm reported on 1/15 that someone attempted to cash a fraudulent check drawn on the company account for an undetermined amount, at a bank in Manhattan.
–Maura Fecher Carlin

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