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Croton Police Blotter - Week of July 23th

August 6, 2007

croton on hudson police blotter

July 22

4:43 PM: There was a report about a group of youth playing in the street on Alexander Lane. Patrol responded to the scene and asked them to move off the street.

July 23

11:25: There was a report from a resident of Bank Street about fraudulent use of his credit card involving purchases over the Internet.

6:42 PM: Officer on patrol pulled over a vehicle traveling on Route 9 North. In addition be being charged with numerous vehicle and traffic violation, police charged a 29-year-old male resident of Ossining with Driving with a Suspended License. The man was brought to Police HQ where he was released after posting $250.00 bail and was given a future date to appear in village court.

July 24

10:30 AM: There was a report of someone who was stuck in an elevator at the Croton Harmon train station. Patrol and Croton Fire Department responded to the scene where they subsequently were able to free the person(s) inside.

July 25

10:42 PM: There was a report to police about a verbal dispute between two men, a contractor and a maintenance worker, in the area of Half Moon Bay Drive. Patrol responded to the scene and resolved the situation without further incident.

11:13 AM: A Croton Department of Parks and Recreation employee reported spray-painted vandalism on benches at Dobbs Park. The matter is under investigation.

July 26

9:01 AM: There was a report from an employee at the Exxon gas station on South Riverside Avenue that someone left without paying for gas and stole a 12-pack of beer. The matter is under investigation.

1:05 PM: There was a report from an employee at Old Post Road Liquors that someone stole a bottle of Vodka from the store. The matter is under investigation.

5:39 PM: Croton police, while on marine patrol, reported that there was a large and disorderly group of persons in the area of Mayo’s Landing and subsequently asked them to leave the area.

7:51 PM: There was a report from a resident of Hunter Avenue that his BMX-style bicycle was stolen from the area around Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School. The matter is under investigation.

July 29

7:28 PM: While on patrol, Croton park ranger found three persons, all residents of Ossining, swimming at Silver Lake Park after closing time. The group was advised that Silver Lake Park is only open to village residents and their guests and hence left the area.

9:05 PM: There was a report about a group of disorderly youths in the area of Brook Street and Riverside Avenue who were creating a “hazardous condition.” Patrol responded to the scene and disbanded the group.

July 30

4:56 AM: There was a report by an employee of Hudson National Golf Club about a forced entry into its maintenance building where some computer equipment was stolen. The matter is under investigation.



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