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Police Blotter - Week of July 4th

July 11, 2005

Police Blotter

July 5

4:23 PM: A resident of Grand Street reported that while visiting Dobbs Park, her cell phone was stolen. The matter is under investigation.

5:55 PM: A boat that was reported stolen on July 4, 2005 by resident of Montgomery, New York, who was anchored in the bay north of Croton Point Park, was recovered in Tarrytown, where it washed ashore. The matter remains under investigation.

July 6

7:52 PM: There was a report from Honey's Restaurant about someone trying to use false identification to purchase alcohol. Patrol responded and arrested a 16 year-old female Croton-on-Hudson resident for criminal impersonation in the 2nd degree, a misdemeanor. The individual was brought to Police HQ, later released to a parent and is due in Village Court on July 13, 2005 at 9:30 AM.

July 7

1:57 PM: There was a report from the Goodwill Store on South Riverside Avenue of a stolen purse. Patrol responded and arrested a 54 year-old female Ossining resident. The individual was charged with petty larceny, later released on $100.00 bail and is due in Village Court on July 13, 2005 at 9:30 AM.

3:47 PM: There was a report of two individuals operating ATVs near the bird sanctuary off Warren Ave. Patrol responded and found no one in the area. The matter is under investigation.

July 8

10:12 AM: An alarm company called to report a fire alarm activation at Croton Harmon High School. Fire Department and Patrol responded to find that the alarm was set off accidentally by construction workers.

6:56 PM: There was a report of a rock slide blocking one lane on Wood Road. Patrol responded and directed the Department of Public Works to clear the road.

7:58 PM: There was a request from the MTA Police to assist them at the Croton Harmon Train Station with a disorderly individual. Patrol responded and assisted the MTA police.

July 9

5:54 AM: There was a report of an injured deer on Albany Post Road. Patrol responded, the animal was destroyed and removed from the area by the Department of Public Works. A specialized .22 rifle is used for animal control.

11:04 AM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street of a person making a solicitation at her residence. Patrol responded and asked the person in question to cease until they had obtained a Village Permit.

12:17 PM: There was a report from Sudz Laundromat on South Riverside Avenue about someone coming in to repair a computer who later proceeded to steal the computer. The matter is under investigation.

4:36 PM: There was a report of loud music on Truesdale Drive. Patrol responded and asked the homeowner to lower volume without incident.

5:17 PM: There was a second report of loud music on Truesdale Drive. Patrol responded and asked the homeowner again to lower volume without incident.

6:46 PM: There was a third report of loud music on Truesdale Drive. Patrol responded and issued a Village Noise Ordinance violation summons to the homeowner. A Village Court appearance is pending.

11:11 PM: A Cleveland Drive resident reported that their home was struck by several eggs. The matter is currently under investigation.

July 10

12:00 PM: Patrol reported numerous signs posted all over the Village proper regarding a furniture sale at the A.L. Myers Furniture store in Ossining. Croton Police Department contacted the store and had them instruct their advertising representatives to remove all signs from the Village area.

2:26 PM: Officer on patrol arrested three people ages 17 to 18 years-old at the dead end of Cleveland Drive after observing drug activity. Two people were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana in the 5th degree, a misdemeanor. The third individual was also charged unlawful possession of marijuana in the 5th degree, a misdemeanor and possession of fireworks. All three individuals were brought to Police HQ and later released to their parents and are due in Village Court on July 20, 2005 at 9:30 AM. Two of the individuals are Mt. Kisco residents while the third is a resident of Croton-on-Hudson.

2:40 PM: Croton Park Ranger reported that he extinguished a campfire near Mayo's Landing and at the same time cleared a group of people from the area without incident.

5:57 PM: A resident of Oneida Avenue reported a sick raccoon in the area. Patrol responded, the animal was destroyed and removed from the area. A specialized .22 rifle is used for animal control.

6:07 PM: There was a report of loud noise near Mayo's Landing. Croton Park Ranger and Patrol responded and cleared area without incident.



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