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Croton Police Blotter - Week of April 3rd

April 11, 2006

croton on hudson police blotter

April 4

1:03 PM: Patrol stopped a vehicle on South Riverside Avenue for vehicle and traffic violations. Upon investigation, Police arrested a 27-year-old Yonkers resident with Criminal Impersonation—a misdemeanor, aggravated unlicensed operation third degree—a misdemeanor and other vehicle and traffic violations. The man was brought to Police HQ where he later posted $500.00 bail and was subsequently released. The man is due in Village Court on April 12, 2006 at 9:30 AM.

April 5

10:09 AM: The Village of Croton-on-Hudson Recreation Department reported that sometime overnight, the bleachers at Dobbs Park on Maple Street were damaged. The matter is under investigation.

1:30 PM: There was a report of an altercation between two employees at Zeytinia’s Gourmet Market on Maple Street. The matter is under investigation.

10:42 PM: There were numerous calls a bout a house fire on Maple Street. Patrol and Fire Department responded to the scene and found a fire emanating from the third floor apartment. Fire Department rescued a 43-year-old Croton resident from the blaze. The fire victim was taken by ambulance to the Westchester County Medical Center where he was admitted and treated for burns. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

April 6

3:52 PM: There was a report from a resident on Loconto Street about an individual in a car that stopped on the side of the road, took some photographs some kids playing in the area. Patrol responded to the scene and was unable to locate the person in question. The matter is under investigation.

April 10

7:30 AM: The custodian at CET school reported that sometime overnight two screens on the building were damaged. The matter is under investigation.

On April 15, 2006 8:52 PM, Warren Redlich said:

I notice at least one of your blotters mentions a village court. We’re creating a directory of town courts, village courts and other local courts for New York State and eventually we’ll add other states.

Thought you and your readers might find this useful at some point.

Warren Redlich



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