8:25 PM: Three Ossining residents reported that while swimming in the Croton River at Nordica Drive, their cell phones were stolen. The matter is under investigation.
11:49 AM: The owner of Oil City reported that at some time during the night someone had broken into a locked storage shed behind the building and stole some soda. The matter is under investigation.
1:35 PM: A resident of Hastings Avenue reported a sick raccoon. Patrol responded, the animal was destroyed and removed from the property. A specialized .22 rifle is used for animal control.
5:47 PM: The police desk received a 911 call that a person was caught in an elevator at the Yonkers train station. The Croton Police referred the report to the MTA police, who responded to the call directly.
11:32 PM: There were several calls of a very bright light coming from the marsh area next to ShopRite, part the Van Cortlandt Manor property. Patrols responded and found nothing matching caller’s reports.
12:02 AM: There was a complaint of a disorderly group of teenagers outside Blockbuster Video. Patrols responded and cleared the area without incident.
12:44 AM: There was a report of fireworks being set off at Dobbs Field. Patrol responded and found nothing matching caller’s reports.
1:00 AM: There was a report of fireworks being set off on Brook Street. Patrol responded and found nothing matching caller’s reports.
11:58 AM: The Croton Park Ranger located a group having a campfire at Black Rock Park. Patrol responded and had the group safely extinguish the fire.
5:47 PM: There were four separate reports from residents of people going door-to-door selling magazines. The calls came from Olcott Avenue at 5:45 PM, Mt. Green Road at 5:55 PM, Half Moon Bay at 6:04 PM & Batten Road at 6:42 PM. Patrols responded found each group and notified them that they need a Village Permit to solicit residential homes.
2:31 PM: There was report from a caterer working on Farrington Rd. that a table caught fire in the yard. Patrol and the Fire Department responded and found the fire to already have been extinguished.
6:15 PM: Patrol stopped a vehicle on Rt. 9 for routine traffic violations. Upon investigation, the driver was found to be in possession of Marijuana. The driver was taken to Police headquarters and charged with unlawful possession of Marijuana, a violation. The driver was released on $100.00 bail and is due in Village Court on June 22, 2005 at 9:30 AM.