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 caller reported a UPS truck parked on Walworth Avenue for two hours. The truck, which was not violating any parking rules or blocking the road, needed to be repaired. June 14.
RACCOON ROUND UP
A Bell Road resident reported a sick raccoon digging up her yard on June 15. The next day, police received a call from a Madison Road resident saying a raccoon, also possibly sick, was on that property. Police found the animal in front of a South Woods Lanes residence and, after getting permission, “dispatched the sick raccoon with 2 rounds fired from patrols service weapon. Patrol placed the dead animal in a black garbage back and placed it at the curb.”
A caller reported seeing Landscapers on Wayside Lane. Turns out they were Scarsdale School workers on district property. June 16.
A Richbell Road resident reported loud music coming from a neighbor’s home. “Upon arrival patrol determined that the music was not that loud.” June 17.
A Griffen Avenue resident reported seeing people inside a neighbor’s house even though it’s under construction and no one should be there. The neighbor said it was his children’s nanny. June 18.