6:15 PM: Croton fire department extinguished a BBQ grill fire at a residence on Quaker Hill Drive
6:16 PM: There was a report from a passer-by of an altercation between two people on the northbound side of Route 9. Patrol responded to the scene and help the involved parties settle their differences without further incident.
6:53 PM: There was a report from a resident of Farrington Road that he, his 6-year-old son and dog were charged by what was reported as a Bengal cat. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate the animal in question.
9:46 PM: There was a report from an employee at Justin Thyme restaurant on Grand Street about a disorderly customer on the premises. Once police arrived at the scene, the man in question and a family member willingly left the area without further incident.
10:30 AM: There was a report from a resident of Croton that while walking along the Croton Gorge trail, between Truesdale Drive and Cleveland Drive, she and her daughter were recently approached by five unleashed dogs, one of which frightened her daughter.
8:04 AM: There was a report from a resident of Grand Street that while her vehicle was parked at ShopRite on South Riverside Avenue, it sustained damages. The matter is under investigation.
9:05: Police received three reports of overnight vehicle larcenies on Old Post Road North and Lounsbury Road. Upon further investigation, a bag was found near Micheal’s Lane that contained all of the reportedly missing property, except for a camera—while the matter remains under investigation.
11:18 AM: There was a report from an employee at Lifestyles and Interiors by Lisa on North Riverside Avenue that sometime overnight a vehicle struck a lamp post in front of the store. The matter is under investigation.
6:06 AM: There was a report from a New York City cab driver that after dropping off two individuals at the end of Melrose Avenue, the pair skipped the fare and ran off into the wooded area near Croton Harmon High School. The matter is under investigation.
11:30 AM: There was a report from a resident of Old Post Road South that sometime overnight, while his car was parked in front of his house, someone threw a piece of concrete at the car which subsequently smashed the front windshield. The matter is under investigation.
1:15 PM: Park ranger on patrol charged five individuals, from Bedford, Brewster, and Mount Kisco with trespassing after they ignored an initial request to leave the Mayo’s Landing area on the Croton River. The group was later released from police custody pending an upcoming appearance in village court.
3:30 PM: Officer on patrol charged a 43-year-old male resident of Sleepy Hollow with driving without a license after having been pulled over on Route 9 South. The man was later released on his own recognizance pending an upcoming appearance in village court.