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75 year old Larchmont woman muscles a cop, Rye woman accused of affair, and mailbox stolen. Just another week in the ‘burbs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT

LARCENY: A Oak Ave resident reported that his bicycle, value undetermined, was removed from the garage of his residence.  May 14

PENAL LAW ARREST: A Park Avenue woman was arrested after she made physical contact with a Parking Enforcement Officer on Chatsworth Ave.  The 75 year-old woman prevented the officer from issuing her vehicle a summons for being parked at a fire hydrant, and left the scene. May 16

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Town resident reported that he parked his vehicle in Lot 3 and upon returning to his car discovered that the driver’s side window had been shattered and a GPS unit, valued at $300, had been stolen. May 16

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Town resident reported that his bicycle, valued at $350, was removed from the bicycle rack in Lot 1. May 16

BURGLARY: A Boston Post Road business owner reported that sometime during the overnight hours someone entered the establishment, opened the cash register and removed $180 therefrom. May 18

VILLAGE OF MAMARONECK

ARREST: An 18 year-old Connecticut resident was arrested for DWI after going through a red light on Delaney Avenue.

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

LARCENY: A Split Tree Road resident made a call-in complaint that her mailbox had been stolen. May 21

RYE

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Purchase Street resident made a call-in complaint that a woman was calling her and accusing her of having an affair with her husband. May 22

LARCENY: A Hillside Road resident made a call-in complaint that her Lincoln Navigator had been broken into overnight and a GPS was taken. In the morning the woman found the passenger window of the car smashed. May 21

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Bixby Court resident called dispatch saying she was receiving disturbing text messages from an unknown number. May 23

LARCENY: A Hill Street resident made a call-in complaint that someone had broken into her car and took her purse. The car was parked in front of her house and was broken into sometime during May 21-22. May 23

SCARSDALE

AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT: A Winslow Place resident made a walk-in complaint that his daughter has been harassed over Facebook for a period of time. The situation continues to be investigated. May 22

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