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Croton Police Blotter - Week of December 31st

January 13, 2008

croton on hudson police blotter

January 1

4:38 PM: There was a report from a 17-year-old male resident of Croton that he was bitten by a leashed dog at around 3:30 PM while jogging in the vicinity of Bungalow Road and South Riverside Avenue. Patrol responded to the scene and was unable to located the dog, as described as a boxer mix, or the woman walking it. Police are asking the public to call 914-271-5177 with any information to help locate the dog and determine if it is fully vaccinated. Otherwise, the matter remains under investigation.

6:18 PM: Officer on patrol reported that grafitti had recently been applied to playground equipment at Dobbs Park. The matter is under investigation.

January 2

9:20 AM: Croton detectives arrested a 16-year-old male resident of Croton for allegedly stealing $100.00 worth of lottery tickets from the Croton Mini Deli. The youth was taken to police HQ where he charged with petit larceny and later released to his parent pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

11:10 AM: There was a report from a parishioner of the Holy Name of Mary that sometime overnight, someone damaged the nativity scene and uprooted some Christmas trees located in front of the church. Additionally, it was later reported that a second floor window was broken by a thrown rock. The matter is under investigation.

7:55 PM: There was a report from an employee at the Goodwill store on South Riverside Avenue that someone was shoplifting. Patrol responded to the scene and arrested a 42-year-old female resident of Ossining for petit larceny. The woman was brought to police HQ and was subsequently released after posting $100.00 bail pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

January 3

8:16 PM: There was a report from an employee at ShopRite that a woman had left the store after not paying for a bag of frozen shrimp. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate the woman in question, while the matter is under investigation.



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