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 Shawnee Road resident reported a car with its motor running standing half-in and half-out of a neighbor’s driveway. The car was picking up the resident. April 11.
HAVING A BLAST?
A caller reported a group of kids hanging out in a car sitting in front of a local yogurt store “blasting music.” Police say the car was legally parked and there was no loud music, but advised the youths to refrain from behavior that “may irritate or otherwise annoy the public.” April 11.
A Post Road resident reported a raccoon in her backyard. The animal was gone by the time police arrived. April 11.
A caller reported someone engaged in suspicious activity at Edgewood School. Responding officers found the school custodian talking on her cell phone near the dumpsters. April 11.
WILD, WILD LIFE
A Montrose Road resident reported a sick raccoon in front of the house. Responding officers saw a “calm raccoon resting” in a tree that posed no threat, and advised the homeowner to ignore the animal and “allow it to go about its business.” April 17.
A Mamaroneck Road resident reported that he believed a neighbor’s dog was trapped in his backyard. Police found the dog belonged to the resident’s next door neighbor, who retrieved her pet. April 18.