Police Blotter, August 10 – August 16, 2021, Print Edition

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July 26: 12:21 p.m. – An owner of a residence on Grand Street called to report that someone possibly broke into one of his vacant apartments. Patrols responded and report that the locks had been changed by an unknown party. Patrols filed a report and an investigation is being conducted.

July 27: 6:05 p.m. – Patrols responded to the area of South Riverside Avenue on a report of a child walking alone. Child appeared to be about five years old and the caller had seen the child walk across the pedestrian bridge and then along South Riverside Avenue. Patrols located the child, who was six years old, and returned the child to his residence on Grand Street. Patrols spoke with the mother of the child who had been unaware the child had left the residence.

July 29: 10:48 a.m. – A caller reported witnessing a gray sedan swerve across three lanes of traffic, strike a guiderail, and stop on the shoulder on Route 9 near the Croton Point Avenue exit. Patrols dispatched and checked the area but could not locate the vehicle. A patrol officer then located a vehicle matching that description with damage at a gas station on Croton Point Avenue. Three males were standing next to the vehicle but none of them would cooperate when the officer asked if they were involved in the accident.

July 29: 6:33 p.m. – A caller from a restaurant on North Riverside Avenue reports that a female came in the restaurant, ordered nine entrees and two glasses of wine, despite being alone, and then fell asleep at the table. The woman was told by restaurant staff that she could not sleep at the table. Patrols responded and located the female in a different restaurant on North Riverside Avenue. Patrols then stood by while the female got picked up by a taxi.

July 31: 1:06 p.m. – Patrols responded to the area of Grand Street on a report of a male smoking a marijuana cigarette who appears out of it. Patrols spoke with the individual who was not having any issues.

August 1: 12:51 p.m. – An employee of a business on South Riverside Avenue called to report observing someone just dump garbage into their private dumpster. A description of the vehicle was given. Patrols responded and searched the area but the vehicle was already gone.

August 1: 3:44 p.m. – A caller of a business on South Riverside Avenue reports that a male had stolen beer from the business earlier in the morning and was now back inside the establishment. Patrols responded. Patrols interviewed the store staff as well as the individual. An investigation is being conducted.

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July 31: 4:52 p.m. – Sergeant reported he observed a food truck pulled over on Route 22 with a male pouring water over a female’s head. Parties checked and okay.

August 1: 8:06 a.m. – Complainant reports loud noise coming from 568 Bedford Rd. Police responded and condition unfounded.

August 2: 3:40 p.m. – Caller reports her two children are locked inside her vehicle but are okay. The car is running and air conditioning is on. Armonk Garage assisted with unlocking car.

August 2: 5:04 p.m. – Caller from Rose Hill Dr. reports his cat has been missing since the day before. Cat’s name is “Catmess” and is described as grey with white paws and one of his ears is clipped.


August 4: 7:38 p.m. – Jason Mejia, 26, of Mount Kisco, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving with a suspended license following an accident in the parking lot of Staples Plaza.

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