Scarsdale Undercover: 2/14 – 2/22

In Scarsdale Undercover, we share some of the more…unusual…police activity that seems to occur only in Scarsdale, New York.  

The “real” crimes will continue to appear in our weekly Police Blotter. DRUG DROP

A local homeowner on Feb. 14 reported a gray minivan parked outside his home with its hazard lights on and unknown person ringing his doorbell several times.  Upon investigation, police found a pharmacy delivery dropped off at the front door. PIT STOP

A Brookby Road resident on Feb.15 reported a neighborhood dog using her lawn as a bathroom.  When police tried to investigate the complaint further, the caller said she just wanted the incident on the record. NOSY NEIGHBOR?

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Scarsdale Undercover: 1/31-2/6

In Scarsdale Undercover, we share some of the more…unusual…police activity on the beat in Scarsdale.  The “real” crimes will continue to appear in our weekly Police Blotter. GET OUT OF THERE

On Feb. 3, police received call about a man stuck in his car with the doors locked after the car battery went dead. Officers suggested the man unlock the doors by hand and get out.  He did. SNOW PATROL

Police hit Scarsdale High School Jan.

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Scarsdale Undercover: Jan. 24-31

While theLoop digs Scarsdale – and detests any kind of crime with equal fervor – we can’t help but notice as we scour the village’s police blotter each week that Scarsdale’s Finest are frequently called upon to do a whole lot more than catch Bad Guys. In  Scarsdale Undercover, we’ll share some of the more…unusual police actvity on the beat in Scarsdale. The real crimes will continue to appear in our weekly Police Blotter. SAY CHEESE! A Sheldrake Road resident called police Jan.

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Police Blotter: Snow it Goes

CRIME OF THE WEEK: SNOW FIGHT! A resident of Sage Terrace in Scarsdale reported his neighbors were shoveling snow off their driveway and onto his bushes. Upon arriving at the scene, police learned that the snow dispute was just one of a string of incidents between the neighbors. Before leaving, police advised both parties to take it down a notch – and refrain from antagonizing each other. Stay tuned.

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