Police Blotter


A missing clock,  $400 worth of cigarettes and too many DUIs.








LARCENY: A Chestnut Ave resident reported that sometime during the overnight hours someone entered his vehicle which had been parked and unlocked in the driveway of his residence, and took his $250 radar detector. May 23

LARCENY: A Mamaroneck Town resident reported that his bicycle, valued at $300, was removed from the bicycle rack in Lot 1. May 24

LARCENY: An employee of the CVS on Chatsworth Ave reported that a male entered the store and was soon after observed leaving with a plastic bag with an undetermined amount of merchandise without paying. May 26

LARCENY: A Beach Ave resident reported that she discovered a clock missing from her home. May 27

ARREST: A Dobbs Ferry woman was arrested after she was observed driving on the Boston Post Road and committing several traffic infractions.  Larchmont Police Officers also discovered a seven year old passenger asleep in the vehicle.  The 45 year-old woman was charged with Aggravated DWI and multiple traffic infractions. May 28


LARCENY: A Maple Avenue resident made a call-in complaint that their child’s bike was taken from the backyard. May 25

LARCENY: A Mount Pleasant Avenue resident’s car was stolen while parked on Hall Street on April 27. The car was recovered and found in the Bronx with undetermined damage. May 27

ARREST: A 24 year-old man Mamaroneck Village resident was arrested for DWI after driving through a stop sign on west Boston Post Road. May 28

ARREST: A 36 year-old man from the Bronx was arrested for DWI and driving without a license while driving on Mamaroneck Avenue

ARREST: An 18 year-old boy from Harrison was arrested on East Boston Post road for DWI after being pulled over for driving through a stop sign. May 29

ROBBERY: A 24 year-old man had $500 taken from him while he was walking on Mamaroneck Avenue. The man said he was approached by four people, two males and two females, and one male took the money. May 29


LARCENY: A call-in complaint was made from a store employee on Boston Post Road. The employee stated that a customer came in and stole two large boxes of cigarettes worth about $400. May 27

ASSAULT: A Centre Avenue resident made a walk-in complaint that a woman had hit her with her car following a dispute. The woman only suffered minor bruises and the offender is being charged with third degree assault. May 25

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