Police Blotter 3.16.11

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CRIME OF THE WEEK — NEW RO RIOT: Seven people were arrested following a riot outside of the Club Tropicana on North Avenue in New Rochelle that left three police officers injured. Charges against the individuals involved in the 1:30 a.m. melee include riot in the first degree, assault, obstruction of government administration and disorderly conduct. March 12.

VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT

LARCENY: Employees of CVS on Chatsworth Avenue reported that a female suspect entered the establishment and removed merchandise valued at $50. March 5.

DWI ARREST: A Mamaroneck Town man was arrested during the early morning hours after police saw him driving on Boston Post Road, and committing several traffic infractions. The 59-year-old man was charged with driving while intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance. March 12.

DWI ARREST: An 18-year-old Mamaroneck Town man was arrested during the early morning hours after he was seen driving on Thompson Avenue, and committing a traffic infraction. The suspect was charged with driving while intoxicated, and released on his own recognizance. March 12.

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Rockland Avenue resident reported that an unknown person put graffiti tags on his or her property. March 9.

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Avenue resident reported a stolen cell phone, worth about $200. March 9.

DWI: A 34-year-old woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated on West Boston Post Road. March 12.

VILLAGE CODE VIOLATION: Five young men were issued summons for being in Harbor Island Park after 10 p.m. and drinking alcohol there.. All five individuals were under the legal drinking age. Two of the youths were from Larchmont, two from Mamaroneck Village and one from New Rochelle. March 13.

DWI: A 23-year-old Valhalla man was arrested for driving while intoxicated charge on Palmer Avenue. March 13.

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Palmer Avenue resident reported being harassed through text messages. The woman decided not to press charges and no further legal action is needed. March 12.

RYE

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Purchase Street resident reported being harassed through email. The emails were sent through the man’s Internet blog. The man filed a complaint and will follow up with his Internet provider. March 8.

LARCENY: A York Avenue resident reported that someone stole his mountain bike. The man stated that someone went into his yard and took the bike from the shed sometime between Oct. 2010 and March 2011. March 12.

ARREST: A Port Chester resident was arrested for drug possession while driving on Boston Post Road and Purdy Avenue. An officer driving in the area noticed the suspect driving in a green Toyota Corolla with no seat belt on. The officer pulled the vehicle over and performed a search, during which drugs were found. March 11.

ASSAULT: An Ossining resident was charged with simple assault after punching her ex-sister-in-law in the face. The woman had attended her father-in-law’s funeral uninvited and fled the scene in a white Chevrolet Malibu following the assault. March 14.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Purchase Street resident reported that someone wrote a statement in graffiti on his door. The damages are estimated at approximately $1.000. March 14.

SCARSDALE

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A Brook Lane resident reported that vandals painted the windows of a neighbor’s pickup truck. The man said the the neighbor’s house had been vacant for a while, with the car parked in the driveway. The homeowner’s daughter was contacted and notified about the incident. March 10.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: An employee of the Parks department reported that someone put graffiti on the structures of the playground off Potter Road. There were five separate markings in blue marker. March 10.

BURGLARY: A Park Road resident reported that items were stolen from his house after his rear glass door was smashed and broken into. The man found the master bedroom a mess after being rummaged through. Following a search of the house, police said they found neither other signs of an intruder, nor an exit. The resident said the burglar must have left through the front door because the deadbolt lock was opened. The incident is under investigation. March 12.

NEW ROCHELLE

BURGLARY: A Trinity Place resident, who left his apartment during the afternoon of March 6, reported a Sony DVD player, an iPod dock, and iPod and a digital camera missing when he returned five days later. March 11.

LARCENY: Ten pieces of assorted jewelry together worth about $25,000 was reported missing from a Wilmot Circle home. March 12.

THEFT OF SERVICES: A Winthrop Avenue woman, who took an $80 cab ride from Manhattan to her home, never paid for the ride after telling the taxi driver she would return with the fare from inside her apartment. March 12

ASSAULT: An 18 year-old female employee of Stop & Shop on Palmer Avenue reported she was punched in the face with a cell phone by a man who followed her. March 13.

LARCENY: A North Avenue resident reported his 2007 Dodge Ram pick-up truck had been broken into while parked on the street. The truck’s window was smashed, and a Magellan GPS was stolen. March 13.

ROBBERY: A robber stole a handbag from a woman he first pushed while she was walking to work early in the morning on Memorial Highway. The woman’s right knee was injured. March 14.

 


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