In Scarsdale Undercover, we share some of the more…unnecessary…police activity that seems to occur only in Scarsdale, New York. The “real” crimes will continue to appear in our weekly Police Blotter.
A Walworth Avenue resident reported that an unknown person placed donuts on his front lawn. No police action required. Aug. 7.
A Clarence Road resident called police, complaining about the noise created by kids playing in a shopping cart screaming “God Bless America.” Officers couldn’t find them. Aug. 15.
A local resident reported a raccoon stuck in her garbage can. Police got it out. Aug. 14.
An Ardmore Road resident reported seeing an individual with a flashlight outside a neighbor’s home. The suspicious man turned out to be the owner of the home. Aug. 12.
A Brewster Road woman called police, concerned about neighbors who didn’t show up for dinner or answer her phone calls. The get-together was scheduled for the following night. Aug. 6.
A local resident asked police to check on the condition of a skunk that was in the homeowner’s garage while the kids were at home with a babysitter. Police could not determine whether the animal was sick; the homeowner called a trapper. Aug. 4.
A New Jersey man reported that he couldn’t find the box truck he parked on Chase Road. A police search found the truck was actually parked on Woodland Place. Aug. 2.
Coyote Calls: 4