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Plaza Bootery lives on, in a way…then there’s the hitting, the running and the hit and runs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT

BURGLARY: A Bonnet Avenue resident reported that sometime between April 18-25 her home was forcibly entered and an undetermined amount of jewelry was stolen. April 25

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Town resident reported that she purchased shoes from the former Plaza Bootery on Palmer Ave and discovered they are counterfeit. April 26

ARREST: A man was arrested after he drove his vehicle onto the front lawns of two residences on Boston Post Road.  Larchmont Police officers located his vehicle disabled on Elm Avenue and arrested the 23 year-old.  He was charged with DWI and released on $250 bail. April 27

ARREST: A Yonkers woman was arrested and charged with operating  a vehicle with a suspended license after she was involved in motor vehicle accident on Boston Post Road.  The vehicle was impounded and the operator released on her own recognizance. April 27

LARCENY: Larchmont Police officers discovered a vehicle parked in Lot 3 with a shattered window and upon contacting the owner determined that a GPS unit valued at $300 had been removed from the car. April 28

ARREST: A 46-year-old Scarsdale man was arrested after he became involved in a physical confrontation with the property manager at his place of business on Palmer Avenue. The man was charged with Harassment 2nd and released on his own recognizance. April 28

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

STOLEN VEHICLE: A Mamaroneck Avenue resident’s 2009 Hyundai was stolen from the driveway where it was parked overnight. April 28

ARREST: A man was arrested for a hit and run that occurred on April 27. The man also was also charged for driving the car without a license. April 28

LARCENY: A laptop computer worth $800 was stolen from a business on East Boston Post Road. April 29

ARREST: A 32 year-old Mamaroneck Village man was arrested for assault on Halstead Avenue. The offender punched a man in the face and broke his nose. April 30

ARREST: A 26 year-old Mamaroneck Village resident was arrested for DWI while driving on Mamaroneck Avenue. April 30

LARCENY: A Prospect Avenue resident reported that her pocketbook was stolen from her home. Her purse also contained the keys to her 2006 Buick which was also stolen. The car was located in Mount Vernon with no damages. The case is going to be investigated further. April 30

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

LARCENY: A Rockland Avenue resident made a call-in complaint that his bag was stolen. The $40 bag contained only a pair of clothes and a notebook. The theft was only minor. April 28

LARCENY: An employee of the CVS pharmacy on Boston Post Road reported that a ten pack of Sleep MD was taken from the store. April 29

RYE

Larceny: An Oakland Avenue resident made a call-in complaint that there portable basketball hoop was stolen. The theft occurred April 27-28. The resident was moving out of his house and noticed the hoop was missing when he went to collect the last bit of property he had left at the home. April 28

Larceny: A Purchase Street resident made a complaint stating that her B.P.gas credit card was stolen. The card was mailed to her office and left in the mailbox. She did not find the card in the mailbox. The woman called B.P. and they said it was mailed and five charges have already been credited to the account. April 29

Arrest: A 61 year-old Harrison resident was arrested for DUI while trying to get into his car at Car Park 1. Patrol noticed the man struggling to unlock the door to his vehicle. April 29

Larceny: A Theodore Fremd Avenue resident made a walk-in complaint that his son’s iPhone and wallet were taken at the Rye Recreation Center. The kid left the wallet in the locker and found it missing when he returned. The theft occurred around 6 p.m. April 30

Aggravated harassment: A Theodore Fremd Avenue resident reported that he was verbally threatened over the phone. The man called dispatch claiming that his ex-wife’s boyfriend called him on the phone and yelled at him. Dispatch told the man to avoid contact with the boyfriend. April 30

Arrest: A man was arrested for stealing clothes out of the clothes donation box on Boston Post Road. The man was originally from the Bronx and was spotted taking the clothes by a Rye resident. May 1

SCARSDALE

LARCENY: A patrol officer found a cut bike lock by a tree on East Parkway and Spencer Place. The officer found out a bike was stolen and belonged to an employee of the Deico Supermarket who lives in the Bronx. The supermarket employee said the bike was stolen on April 25. The bike is a red and gray Tamra worth $350. April 26

LARCENY: A Berwick Avenue resident made a call-in complaint that his bike was taken from a rack on the center island at East Parkway and Spencer Place. The man said the bike is red, but he had no idea the make of the bike. Patrol is going to check the surveillance videos at Chase Bank to see if they may have caught anything. This is the second incident in two days regarding stolen bikes on East Parkway and Spencer Place. April 27

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Brambach Road resident made a walk-in complaint stating that her daughter was receiving threatening calls and text messages from two former friends. The offenders attempted to get the daughter out of the house to force a physical altercation, but the girl refused. The offenders continually called and left messages on her phone. The woman ran into her daughter’s friends while they were sitting in their parked car and advised them to stop. The situation is going to be further handled by the police. April 29

LARCENY: A Leatherstocking Lane resident made a complaint that two iPods were stolen from her car parked in the home’s driveway. She said she woke up in the morning and found the car’s driver window slightly down and the door unlocked. She noticed the two iPods worth a combine $700 were taken from the center console. Patrol took a look at the car and found no signs of forced entry. The woman said she was sure the car was locked before she left it last night. April 30

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