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Croton Police Blotter - Week of July 21st

August 4, 2008

croton on hudson police blotter

July 22

5:15 PM: There was a report from a resident of Cleveland Drive that one day after receiving a credit card from an electronics retailer that he did not request, he received a bill for merchandised recently purchased. The matter is under investigation.

6:25 PM: There was a report from a resident of Farrington Road that a window next to the front door was broken. Police later determined that no forced entry was made into the home while the matter remains unde investigation.

July 23

6:40 PM: There was a report made by a female resident of Cortlandt Manor that her ex-boyfriend had taken two bicycles that belonged to her from Croton Self-Storage on Maple Street, without her permission. The matter is under investigation.

July 24

12:30 PM: There was a report from a female resident of Croton that while she was in the parking lot of Croton Commons on Maple Street, she was approached by two men in a white van with Massachusetts plates, asking if she was interested in buying some electronic goods. Patrol responded to the scene but was unable to locate the persons in question while the matter remains under investigation.

July 25

10:15 AM: There was a report from a local landscaper that one of his employees, who was working at a residence on Warren Road, had just been punched and cut with a knife by two men who also stole his wallet. According to the victim, two white men, about six-feet tall, in their twenties, with bald heads approached him while he was working and attempted to steal the leafblower he was using while he was assualted by the other man. Patrol and Croton EMS responded to the area and treated the man on the scene. The matter remains under investigation.

July 26

10:35 AM: There was a report from a resident of Harrison Street that a door-to-door salesman had just sold over $100 in books to her son. Patrol responded to the scene and was unable to locate the person in question.

3:15 PM: Village park ranger on patrol issued a warning to a 50-year-old female resident of Cortlandt Manor for having her dog off the lease and for possessing an open container of alchohol while at Mayo’s Landing on Nordica Drive.



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