3:30 PM: Park Ranger reported that he observed a small fire on Mayo’s Landing in the Croton River area. Ranger had the youths tending the campfire extinguish it and leave the area without incident.
5:09 PM: There was a report of a car fire on Route 129 near Mt. Airy Road. Patrol, Croton Fire Department and New York State Police responded to the scene and extinguished the fire without incident.
4:20 AM: There was a complaint from a resident of Nordica Drive about a loud group of people in the area. Patrol responded to the scene and was unable to locate the group in question.
12:34 PM: There was a report from a resident of Morningside Drive that sometime overnight her car was hit with eggs. The matter is under investigation.
2:48 PM: The Recreation Department reported that there were numerous trespassers in the area of Silver Lake Park. Park Ranger responded to the area and asked the involved persons to leave the area.
2:50 PM: There was a report from a resident of Nordica Drive about a noisy group of people in the area of Mayo’s Landing. Park Ranger responded to the area and asked the involved persons to leave the area.
10:16 PM: There was a report from a resident of Radnor Avenue of loud noises possibly from fireworks. Patrol responded to the scene and did clear a group of people from the area but did not locate the source of any fireworks.
1:15 AM: There was a report of a disturbance at Croton Point Park. Patrol responded to the area to assist Westchester County Police with the matter.
8:49 AM: Detectives of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson Police Department arrested a 33-year-old female resident of Croton for violation of an order of protection. The woman was arrested for Criminal Contempt 2nd Degree, a violation, arraigned by the judge and later released on $200.00 bail, and is due in Village Court on July 12, 2006 at 9:30 AM.
9:55 AM: On Route 129, there was a report of power line and a transformer on fire in the Town of Cortlandt. Croton Fire Department and Con Edison responded to the scene to safeguard the area and correct the problem without incident.
1:30 PM: There was a report of a theft of cash from Memphis Mae’s Restaurant on South Riverside Avenue. The matter is under investigation
10:15 AM: Detectives arrested a 34-year-old female resident of Cortlandt Manor for the theft of monies from Memphis Mae’s restaurant in July 5th. The woman was brought to Police HQ, later released on her own recognisance and is due in Village Court on July 12, 2006 at 9:30 AM.
10:30 PM: There was a report from a resident of Lounsbury Road that there was a bat in her home. Patrol responded to the scene and safely removed the bat from the home. Subsequently, they transported the bat back Police HQ where it was kept until it was later picked up by the Westchester County Department of Health for analysis.
5:02 PM: County Fire Control requested that the Croton Fire Boat respond to a jet skier in distress in the Hudson River near Scarborough. On arrival, Croton FD found that the skier had already been towed to shore safely by a fellow boater.
6:21 AM: A manager from the Hudson National Golf Club called to report that sometime overnight someone had damaged putting green with golf cart. The matter is under investigation.