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VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT

ARREST: A New Rochelle man was arrested and charged with attempted assault and resisting arrest after a complaint from his former girlfriend. The 40-year-old man was arraigned, his bail set at $5000, and remanded to the Westchester County Jail. Sept. 10

LARCENY: Employees of the CVS on Chatsworth Ave reported that two individuals entered the establishment and removed property valued at $250. Sept. 11

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

ARREST: A 31 year-old Mamaroneck Village man was arrested for robbing a man on old White Plains Road. The offender forcibly took $20 but did not use any weapons. The victim did not suffer any injuries. Sept.16

ARREST: A 33 year-old man from Portchester was charged with DWI after being pulled over for committing a traffic offense on Harbor Island Park. Sept.17

LARCENY: A Livingston Avenue resident reported that his car had been broken into and his GPS was taken. The car was parked on the street and the rear window was found smashed. Sept.17

ARREST: A 26-year-old man was charged with assault and disorderly conduct after hitting a 17-year-old man in the face during an altercation on Center Avenue. Sept.18

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

LARCENY: An employee of Mercedes Benz of Larchmont on Boston Post Road reported that someone had stolen two glass mirrors off a Yonkers resident’s car. Sept.19

RYE

LARCENY: A Brevroot Lane resident reported that his rental car was broken into overnight and a Garmin GPS was stolen. In the morning the man found his car parked in the driveway with a smashed passenger window. Sept.14

LARCENY: A Douglas Circle reported that her purse was stolen from her car. Her unlocked car was parked in the driveway. Sept.14

LARCENY: A Parsons Street resident reported that $80 and his Blackberry were stolen from his locker at Rye High School. Sept.16

LARCENY: A Meadow Place resident reported that his iPod was taken from his unattended backpack while at the Rye Recreation Center. Sept.17

SCARSDALE

LARCENY: A Harvest Drive resident made a call-in complaint that his son’s bike had been stolen from the garage. Sept. 13

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