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Police Blotter - Week of September 19th

September 26, 2005

September 20

5:54 PM: There was a report from the Goodwill Industries on South Riverside Avenue of a person shoplifting in the store. Patrol responded and arrested a 40-year-old Mount Vernon resident with Petty Larceny. The man was brought to police headquarters, released on $500.00 bail and is due in Village Court on September 28, 2005 at 9:30 AM.

September 21

7:36 PM: There was a report from a resident in the Van Wyck apartments on Grand Street about a gas leak in the stove. Patrol, Fire Department and the building superintendent responded and turned off the gas without incident.

September 22

3:25 PM: There was a report from a resident of Prospect Place that at some time during the day, someone stole a teak wood bench from her yard. The matter is under investigation.

September 23

2:41 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cleveland Drive that a vehicle was following a youth while the driver was yelling obscenities at the youth. Patrol responded and was unable to locate either party.

September 24

6:40 AM: There was a report of cardboard debris on Route 9 South. Patrols responded and cleared the road to the shoulder and called NYSDOT to remove the debris from the area.

9:40 AM: There was a report from a resident of Cortlandt Manor, that at some time during the previous day, while his car was parked at the Harmon train station parking lot, a part of his mirror was stolen from the car. The matter is under investigation.

12:37 PM: An employee of Bagels on Hudson, reported that at some time during the day, while his bike was parked behind the building, the bike was stolen. The matter is under investigation.

2:36 PM: There was a report of a fight between youths at Spencer Field near CET. Patrol responded and spoke to the youths involved. The matter has been referred to the youth officer. No injuries were reported.

September 25

12:37 AM: There was a complaint of loud noise from a residence on Mt. Airy Road. Patrols responded and asked to homeowner to lower the volume at their party without incident.

9:37 AM: The custodian at CHHS reported that at sometime overnight the picnic tables in front of the school had been damaged and over-turned. The matter is under investigation.

10:22 AM: The custodian at PVC at Glen Place reported that at sometime overnight there a window was broken at the school. The matter is under investigation.

1:29 PM: There was a report from Wondrous Things that at sometime during the night someone had taken the flowers out of the planter in front of the business and threw them into the street. The matter is under investigation.

1:36 PM: The recreation department reported that at sometime during the night, someone had disposed of an old bed at Dobbs Park. The matter is under investigation.

5:35 PM: There was a report that there was a cat trapped in the vacant building next to the Post Office. Patrol responded, and with the help of a CVS employee, the cat was set free.

9:21 PM: There was a complaint of a loud party at a residence on Brook Street. Patrol responded and asked the party-goers to lower the volume without incident.

September 26

5:32 AM: There was a report of wires sparking on a utility pole at the entrance of Van Cortlandt Manor on South Riverside Avenue. Patrol responded and notified Con Ed to fix the condition.

6:24 AM: On Rt. 9 North near the Rt. 129 exit, Patrol stopped a vehicle for vehicle and traffic violations. Upon investigation, the officer determined that the operator did have a license and tried to impersonate someone else. The individual was arrested for Unlicensed Operation 3rd Degree, Criminal Impersonation 2nd Degree and having a suspended registration on the vehicle. The driver was arrested, the vehicle was impounded. The driver was arraigned by the judge who set bail at $10,000. The individual was later remanded to the Westchester County jail and is due in Village Court on September 28, 2005 at 9:30 AM.



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