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Croton Police Blotter - Week of September 25th

October 3, 2006

croton on hudson police blotter

September 26

8:35 AM: There was a report from an employee from Burchetta Electric on Senasqua Road to report that sometime overnight someone broken into one of their jobsite trailers and stole some minor storage items. The matter is under investigation.

September 27

8:05 AM: The owner of Nappy’s Automotive on South Riverside Avenue that sometime overnight someone spray-painted over a newly installed sign. The matter is under investigation.

12:57 PM: There was a report from a resident of North Ledge Loop about a sick or injured deer. Patrol responded to the scene and subsequently destroyed the animal and summoned Croton DPW to remove it from the area.

2:55 PM: There was a report of some youths breaking glass in Vassalo Park. Patrol responded to the scene and found that the youths in question had already begun to clean up the broken glass.

September 28

4:04 PM: There was a report from a resident of Farrington Road that sometime overnight while her car was parked in front of her house a tire was slashed. The matter is under investigation.

September 29

7:55 AM: There was a report of a 57-year-old female resident pedestrian who was struck by a motor vehicle driven by a 43-year-old male resident of Croton-on-Hudson at the intersection of Benedict Blvd. and Cleveland Drive. Patrol and paramedics responded to the scene and transported the injured person to Westchester Medical Center. No summonses were issued to the driver.

4:22 PM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street about a man who was selling toy remote control cars from the trunk of his vehicle. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate the person in question.

September 30

9:17 AM: Officer on patrol reported that minor damage was done to the port side of the new croton Police boat while it was being stored at the Water Department pump house off Rt. 129. The matter is under investigation.

3:31 PM: There was a report from a resident of Benedict Blvd. about a suspicious person in the area with a backpack with wires sticking out of it. Patrol responded to the scene and upon questioning the individual found no cause for further investigation.

8:51 PM: There was a report of a disorderly group near the entrance to Croton Harmon High School. Patrol responded to the scene and found the group in question was playing football and subsequently asked them to leave the area.

11:00 PM: There was a report of a disorderly group of youths on the pedestrian overpass bridge near Senasqua Road. Patrol responded to the scene and had the group leave the area.

October 1

10:36 AM: There was a report from a resident Maple Street that sometime overnight someone had dumped a pile of assorted lawn signs on her property. The matter is under investigation.

10:47 PM: There was a report from a driver from J&S Taxi about an armed robbery in his car. The driver originally picked up a fare in front of 80 Oneida Avenue. The person who was picked up instructed the driver to go around the block and when the taxi came back around to Oneida Ave, the assailant displayed a handgun to the driver and demanded his money, about $120.00. Subsequently, the robber, got out of the taxi and ran south on Hasting Avenue. The suspect is a black male, approximately 24 to 26 years-old, 5’ 10” tall with black curly hair and was wearing a red long sleeve shirt and tan pants. The matter is under investigation.

October 2

11:56 AM: There was a report an employee at the Croton Harmon train station parking office that sometime overnight one of the window screens was damaged. The matter is under investigation.

2:42 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cleveland Drive that sometime overnight someone damaged a hanging flower pot on his porch. The matter is under investigation.

3:56 PM: There was a report from a resident of Carmel that while her car was parked in front of the Black Cow Coffee Shop on Maple Street, someone stole a part from her bike rack. The matter is under investigation.



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