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Croton Police Blotter - Week of June 23rd

July 18, 2008

croton on hudson police blotter

July 23

11:23: Officer on patrol charged a 43-year-old male resident of Hazelton, PA, with driving with a suspended license and possession of a forged instrument after being pulled over on Old Post Road North. The man was taken into custody and was later remanded to the Westchester County Jail in lieu of posting $5,000 bail pending an upcoming appearance in village court.

June 24

2:04 AM: Officer on patrol asked a group of people parked in a car at Silver Lake Park to leave the area.

2:34 AM: Officer on patrol reported an incidence of vandalism and property damage to Caruso’s Deli on Croton Point Avenue. The matter is under investigation.

8:41 AM: There was a report from an employee at the Van Wyck Liquor Store that the wires that provided phone service to the business were cut sometime overnight. The matter is under investigation.

10:46 AM: There was a report of a dispute between two individuals at a residence on Lark Lane. Police reponded to the scene and helped to mediate the disagreement without further incident.

June 26

3:25 PM: Police responded to the intersection of Radnor Avenue and Olcott Avenue about a motorist who struck a bicyclist. The cyclist, a 16-year-old resident of Croton was not injured.

June 27

9:53 AM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street that sometime overnight her mountain bike was stolen from her property. The matter is under investigation.

5:42 PM: Police responded to a report of a man who was selling footwear from a van on Clinton Street. The man was subsequently asked by the responding officer to leave the area since he did not have a peddler’s license as required by village law.

June 28

9:43 AM: There was a report from a passer-by that someone had recently pulled up newly planted trees at Mayo’s Landing, located on Nordica Drive. The matter is under investigation.

June 29

9:15 PM: Park ranger directed a group of people who were swimming after hours at Silver Lake park, located on Truesdale Drive, to leave the area.



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