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Croton Police Blotter - Week of October 31st

November 7, 2006

croton on hudson police blotter

October 31

9:18 AM: There was a report from a resident of Cedar Lane that sometime overnight their “John Hall for Congress” sign was stolen the property. The matter is under investigation.

2:43 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cedar Lane that sometime overnight their “John Hall for Congress” sign was stolen the property. The matter is under investigation.

5:52 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cortlandt that while his car was parked at the Croton Harmon train station parking lot, the hubcaps were stolen from his car. The matter is under investigation.

9:01 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cleveland Drive that eggs were thrown at his residence and subsequently, a window was broken. The matter is under investigation.

9:58 PM: There was a report from a resident of Farrington Road that a large concrete goose figurine was stolen from his porch. Days later, the goose was recovered. The matter is under investigation.

November 1

8:30 AM: Detectives arrested a 28-year-old female resident of Croton-on-Hudson for Assault 3rd Degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The woman turned herself in at Police HQ, appeared before the judge, was released on $3,000 bail and is due in Village Court on November 8, 2006 at 9:30 AM.

1:11 PM: There was a report from an employee at Skyview Nursing Home that were cell phone was stolen. The matter is under investigation.

1:29 PM: There was a report from a resident of Hillside Avenue that sometime overnight her pumpkin and Halloween decorations were missing from her property. The matter is under investigation.

November 2

1:24 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cedar Lane that sometime overnight their “John Hall for Congress” sign was stolen the property. The matter is under investigation.

8:41 PM: There was a report from a nearby resident about graffiti on the pedestrian overpass at Brook Street. Patrol responded to the scene to assess the damage. The matter is under investigation.

November 3

7:45 AM: There was a report from a resident of Prospect Place about construction noise. Patrol responded to the scene and had the contractor in question stop work until 8:00 AM as per village ordinance.

9:08 PM: There was a report from a resident of Brook Street about a loud disorderly group in the area. Patrol responded to the scene and asked the group to clear the area without incident.

November 4

7:09 AM: There was a report from a resident of Brook Street that sometime overnight both of his cars, which were parked on the street, were broken into and items inside were stolen. The matter is under investigation.

8:02 AM: There was a report from a resident of Farrington Road that sometime overnight his vehicle, that was parked on the street, was entered and personal items were taken from the car. The matter is under investigation.

8:24 AM: There was a report of an injured deer on King Street. Patrol responded to the scene, destroyed the animal and subsequently notified Croton DPW to remove the remains.

12:24 PM: There was a report from a resident of palmer Avenue that sometime overnight his vehicle, that was parked on the street, was entered and personal items were taken from the car. The matter is under investigation.

November 5

8:16 AM: Detective reported locating approximately 90 “John Hall for Congress” signs in the infield at Dobbs Park, all facing Maple Street. Patrol responded to the scene to recover the signs. The matter remains under investigation.

9:15 AM: There was a report from a resident of Mt. Airy Road that sometime overnight their “John Hall for Congress” sign was stolen the property. The matter is under investigation.

9:27 PM: There was a report of a burglary at a residence on Brook Street. Patrols and detectives responded to the scene to investigate. As a result of that investigation, two juvenile girls from New York City were arrested for the burglary. Croton Detective/Youth Officer is following up on the case.

November 6

7:40 AM: There was a report from a resident of Nordica Drive about leaf blowing machinery noise. Patrol responded to the scene and had the contractor in question stop work until 8:00 AM as per village ordinance.



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