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Croton Police Blotter - Week of June 16th

July 7, 2008

croton on hudson police blotter

June 16

3:01 PM: There was a report by a passer-by about finding a full-bottle of prescription drugs on Elm Street. Patrol responded to the scene and took the bottle back to police HQ where it would be secured.

June 17

11:09 AM: There was a report of a disorderly woman in the area of Old Post Road. Patrol responded to the area and found a 47-year-old female resident of Manhattan who failed to obey police instructions by continuing to walk in the street. After police determined that the woman was intoxicated, she was taken from the scene and later remanded to the Westchester County Jail in lieu of posting $5,000 bail pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

9:55 PM: Patrol responded to a report of breaking glass in the area of Vassallo Park. Upon arrival, police questioned two female residents of Croton, aged 14- and 16-years-old, about the report. Subsequently, police took both girls into custody after determining that the older girl had consumed alcohol and was in possession of marijuana. Later, the pair was released to their parents.

10:45 PM: There was a report of a gas odor at a residence on King Street. Patrol and Croton fire department responded to the scene and later determined that the odor was coming from a leaking propane tank in the backyard.

June 18

8:20 PM: There was a report from a resident on Farrington Road about barking dogs in the area. Patrol responded to the scene and located two dogs on a neighboring property who were actively barking. Subsequently, officer issued the dog’s owner, a 70-year-old male resident of Croton with a ticket for violating the village noise ordinance.

9:51 PM: Officer on patrol charged a 24-year-old male resident of Cortlandt Manor with driving without a license after being pulled over on Route 9 South. Subsequently, the man was released pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

June 19

4:47 AM: Croton firefighters responded to a fire alarm activation at a Metro North maintenance building. Responder determined that the alarm was activated by an employee using a microwave oven.

6:42 PM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street about a group of youths who were breaking glass in the road. Patrol responded to the scene and picked up two Croton youths, aged 14- and 15-years-old, and transported them to police HQ where they were later released to their parents.

June 20

2:27 AM: Officer on patrol pulled over a speeding vehicle on Route 9 South and subsequently charged the driver, a 19-year-old male resident of Sleepy Hollow, with DWI. The man was taken into custody and later released after posting $100 bail pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

9:55 AM: There was a report from an employee at Perfect 10 Nails on Benedict Boulevard that sometime overnight someone damaged some of the plants outside of the building. The matter is under investigation.

12:34 PM: There was a report from a passer-by about an altercation between two individuals on South Riverside Avenue. Patrol responded to the scene and after locating one of the persons involved determined that no further assistance was necessary.

June 21

1:48 PM: There was a report from a passer-by about a vehicle on Grand Street that had struck a parked car and had left the scene. Patrol later apprehended and charged a 43-year-old male resident of Croton with leaving the scene of a property damage accident, driving and unregistered/unisured motor vehicle. The man was later released from custody and is due to appear in village court to answer the charges.

2:22 PM: Patrol and Croton firefighters responded to a report of a gas odor on Grand Street near the now-defunct Forno’s Pizza and Pasta restaurant. After being unable to locate a gas leak, responders determined that the odor may be originating from a sewer.

3:24 PM: Park ranger on patrol evicted five individuals from Mayo’s Landing off of Nordica Drive for not having either a village ID or a New York State fishing license.

6:30 PM: There was a report from a passer-by about an altercation between two children, aged 8- and 10-years-old, at the Harrison Street playground. Patrol helped the children resolve their differences and referred the matter to the youth officer to follow-up with their parents.

June 22

3:58 AM: There was a report from a passer-by about an altercation between two individuals on Grand Street. Patrol responded to the scene and after locating one of the persons involved determined that no further assistance was necessary.

12:05 PM: There was a report from a resident of Park Avenue that someone had rung her doorbell and left her property before she could answer the door. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate any persons that might have been the culprit(s).

11:51 PM: There was a report from a resident of Park Avenue that someone had rung her doorbell and left her property before she could answer the door. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate any persons that might have been the culprit(s).

On July 8, 2008 11:05 AM, crotonres said:

Did they make the kids who broke glass clean it up?



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