Police Blotter, April 26 – May 2, 2022, Print Edition

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Apr. 21: Officers responded to a Britton Lane residence at 8:12 p.m. after a resident reported he was having an adverse reaction to medication. The Mount Kisco Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded and transported the man to Northern Westchester Hospital.

Apr. 22: A woman arrived at the Green Street precinct at 9:54 a.m. to turn in a wallet that she found in a shopping cart at Target on North Bedford Road. The wallet contained $134 in cash, multiple credit cards and personal ID. Based on that identification, officers were able to return the wallet to its owner in Chappaqua.

Apr. 22: At 12:26 p.m., a Maple Avenue resident contacted police to request an order of protection against another person who lives at his address. The resident reported that he has had a series of verbal altercations with the other person and wants to be left alone. Officers determined that no criminal harassment had occurred and advised the resident how he could pursue an order of protection through the court system.

Apr. 22: Staff at a North Bedford Road medical office contacted police at 1:10 p.m. to report an incident involving a former patient. A man had pushed his way into a back office and asked to see two doctors. When told those doctors were not present, the man left without incident. Staff asked for a police report to document the incident.

Apr. 22: Officers responded to Park Drive at 4:18 p.m. on a report of a strong odor of gas in the area. The Mount Kisco Fire Department also responded and determined there was no hazard.

Croton-on-Hudson Police Department

Apr. 10: Patrols responded to Route 9 at 10:43 p.m. on a report of a wrong-way driver possibly entering the village. Patrols conducted an extensive check of the area, but the vehicle was not located.

Apr. 11: At 8:15 a.m., patrols took a complaint about a fraudulent withdrawal from Chase Bank.

Mount Pleasant Police Department

Apr. 15: Albert Orjuela, 47, of Yonkers was arrested and charged with second-degree contempt and violation of probation. The charges stem from the suspect allegedly violating an order of protection in connection with his conviction for second-degree sex abuse and endangering the welfare of a child in Mount Pleasant in 2019. Police had received information that Orjuela had visited the workplace of one of the juveniles whom had received an order of protection. Anyone with additional information is encouraged to call 914-769-1941.

North Castle Police Department

Apr. 15: A complainant reported at headquarters at 11:22 a.m. after being involved in a verbal dispute with another party while walking his dog on North Lake Road. The animal control officer will follow up and issue summonses.

Apr. 15: An officer reported a disabled vehicle with a flat tire on Route 22 at 3:28 p.m. due to a large pothole while responding to a similar incident. Police placed two cones near the pothole. The vehicle was removed by the owner’s private tow. The state Department of Transportation was notified to expedite the repair of the pothole.

Apr. 16: A Windmill Road resident reported at 8:50 a.m. an ongoing issue with a neighbor and landscapers using lawn equipment about 20 minutes before the allowed time as specified by the town noise ordinance. The responding officer reported that the matter was adjusted; the parties were advised of the ordinance.

Apr. 17: Report of a rollover accident on Route 22 at 5:37 a.m. with a female driver trapped in the vehicle.

Apr. 18: A person arrived at headquarters at 3:52 p.m. and reported that he has flares and a flare gun he wishes to surrender to be destroyed. The property was taken for destruction.

Apr. 20: Report of a burglary at the Armonk Town Center on Main Street at 4:16 a.m. The responding officers reported broken glass in front door of a business. The officers cleared the interior and confirmed a burglary.

Apr. 20: Reports of a large amount of smoke on Mead Road at 4:29 p.m. possibly from an open burn at a new construction site. Officers responded and reported locating the smoke condition and reports there is a dumpster fire at that location. The fire department extinguished the blaze and cleared the area.

Pleasantville Police Department

Apr. 16: Report of a fire on Marble Avenue at 4:51 p.m. Smoke was detected from a commercial building causing the alarm to go off. The cause of the smoke was a person smoking in an area where it was prohibited.

Apr. 20: A complaint was received for a flooded basement on Washington Avenue at 1:10 a.m. The cause of the flood was a burst pipe. The valve was shut off.

Apr. 21: A vehicle was parked illegally on Cooley Street by Chatterbox restaurant at 7:52 p.m. A summons was issued.

Yorktown Police Department

Apr. 19: Amanda Colello, 25, of Mohegan Lake, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal use of drug paraphernalia after police officers executed a search warrant at a Mohegan Lake residence at 3:40 p.m. Officers located more than four ounces of cocaine, scales, packaging material and multiple Schedule II controlled substances.

Apr. 19: Cynthia Marcello, 44, of Yorktown, was charged with menacing and criminal possession of a weapon at 4:10 p.m. after police were dispatched to Gerard Court for a report of a dispute between the resident and workers on the property. It is alleged Marcello pointed a BB gun at a subject and threatened to shoot him. When officers attempted to contact Marcello, she barricaded herself inside the residence.

Apr. 20: Faraz Butte, 31, of Sudbury, Mass., was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance at 4:45 p.m. after police received a call to check on the welfare of a person inside a parked vehicle on Baptist Church Road.

White Plains Police Department

Apr. 16: Samantha Guerrido was arrested for fifth-degree arson, second-degree menacing and criminal possession of a weapon in relation to an incident that occurred at 6 School St.

Editor’s note: The policy of providing names for people who have been arrested varies between each department.

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