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Croton Police Blotter - Week of October 15th

October 26, 2007

croton on hudson police blotter

October 16

12:34 AM: There was a report from an employee at Zeytinia about a woman outside the store who was knocking at the store entrance. Patrol responded to the scene, located the woman, who was from Kentucky, and gave her a ride to the Croton Harmon Train Station.

1:20 AM: Police responded to a 911 call about a domestic dispute outside a residence on North Riverside Avenue. Upon arrival, police noticed a car suddenly leave the area and subsequently took chase. After pulling the driver, a 38-year-old male resident of Croton, over officer arrested the man for DWI, took him to police HQ where he was later released after posting $250.00 bail, pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

7:30 AM: There was a report from an employee at Croton Harmon High School about a fence behind the school that was damaged sometime overnight. The matter is under investigation.

9:15 AM: There was a report from a resident of Benedict Boulevard about a previously missing piece of lawn furniture that was found lined up underneath one of the windows of his home. The matter is part of an ongoing investigation about similar complaints.

7:55 PM: Croton fire department responded to an alarm activation at residence on Teatown Road. After nvestigating, firefighters determined that burning food was the cause of the call.

October 17

6:48 PM: Croton police were dispatched to Croton Point Park to assist the county park rangers with getting a group of people to leave the area.

October 18

11:49 AM: There was a report from an employee at Croton Harmon High School about additional damage to a fence, which was the subject of an earlier report, behind the school. The matter is under investigation.

12:42 PM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street that sometime overnight her car was “egged.” The matter is under investigation.

October 19

8:12 AM: There was a report from a resident of Lexington Drive that sometime overnight, someone broke into both her car and another belonging to her neighbor. Though nothing was reportedly missing, the matter is under investigation.

9:21 AM: There was a report from a resident of Amber Drive that sometime overnight, a digital camera was stolen from her parked car. The matter is under investigation.

2:41 PM: There was a report from a teacher at the Croton Harmon High School that $50.00 was taken from her unattended purse. The matter is under investigation.

10:59 PM: There was a report from a nearby resident about a noisy contractor working inside a residence at the intersection of King Street and Mount Airy Road. Patrol responded to the scene and had the worker stop working as he was in violation of the village noise ordinance—which prohibits construction noise after 8:00 PM.

October 20

8:09 AM: There was a report from an employee at J&J’s Sandwich Shop on Old Post Road about a burglary that occurred sometime overnight which resulted in the theft of some money. The matter is part of an ongoing investigation involving a string of similar crimes over the past few weeks.

9:06 AM: There was a report from an employee at Serina’s Hair Salon on Old Post Road about a burglary that occurred sometime overnight which resulted in the theft of some money. The matter is part of an ongoing investigation involving a string of similar crimes over the past few weeks.

10:33: There was a report from a resident of Thompson Avenue about fraudulent use of his credit card. The matter is under investigation.

October 21

10:26 AM: There was a report from a resident of Wells Avenue that sometime overnight her fence was damaged by a car. The matter is under investigation.

5:37 PM: There was a report from a resident of Park Avenue that someone had recently turned on her garden hose without her knowledge, left it running and fled the scene. The matter is under investigation.

October 22

10:52 AM: Croton fire department responded to an alarm activation at residence on Hessian Hills Road. After investigating, firefighters determined that burning food was the cause of the call.



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