Police Blotter, February 15 – February 21, 2022, Print Edition

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County Police/Mount Kisco

Feb. 10: Norberto Lopez-Mendez, 47, of East Hyatt Avenue was charged at 7:49 p.m. with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, after he struck a parked car while driving on Woodland Street. He was booked at the Green Street precinct and released pending a future appearance in Mount Kisco Justice Court.

Feb. 10: The staff of an East Main Street restaurant reported at 10:06 p.m. that they had concern for a woman who was highly intoxicated. The woman was unable to provide officers with the name of a friend or relative who might pick her up and get her home safely. The Mount Kisco Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded and took the woman to Northern Westchester Hospital.

Feb. 11: The manager of a Kisco Avenue business reported at 10:51 a.m. that an irate customer issued threats over the phone about harming an employee. An investigation is continuing.

Croton-on-Hudson Police Department

Feb. 2: A caller requested a welfare check on his ex-wife on Whelan Avenue at 10:26 a.m. He stated that his children and her parents have not heard from her in a week. Patrols were dispatched to the residence and made contact with the ex-wife who would not open the door but did speak to officers through a glass door. She stated that she is fine and was made aware of her family’s concern. 

Feb. 2: A Lexington Drive resident reported at 1:46 p.m. driving his car through a snowbank, a fence and into a pool on his property. He stated he is uninjured and his air bags did not deploy. Patrol was dispatched to the scene and reported that a 2015 white Toyota will need to be pulled out of an in-ground swimming pool. A tow service responded.

Feb. 6: A Half Moon Bay Drive resident reported at 12:46 p.m. receiving packages that she believed to be illegal drugs sent to her deceased father. The caller previously reported a similar incident. She did not open these packages but stated that they match the same ones previously received. Patrol was dispatched and reported obtaining the items from the caller and placed them into an evidence locker at headquarters. An investigation is continuing.

Kent Police Department

Feb. 3: Officers were dispatched to Route 52 for a one-car accident at about 4:30 p.m. Upon arrival, the responding officers located the vehicle operator, James Storms, 51, of Carmel. His vehicle left the roadway and damaged property at a Route 52 residence. While speaking with officers, Storms began to nod off, lose his balance and speak incoherently, appearing to be under the influence of narcotics. Officers secured a hypodermic needle and what appeared to be white and blue electric wires used for a tie off. Storms refused a chemical test but fresh track marks consistent with intravenous drug use were observed on his arm. Storms was arrested and charged with DWI and issued an appearance ticket to appear at a later date in town justice court.

North Castle Police Department

Feb. 7: Report of a Stop & Shop employee having slipped, fell and hit her head at the store on North Broadway at 10:33 a.m. The caller stated the employee was conscious and alert, but has a large welt on her head and is bleeding. The call was successfully transferred to 60 Control. The responding officer reported that the party was transported to White Plains Hospital.

Feb. 7: A complainant reported at headquarters at 3:16 p.m. that she believes that two checks were stolen from her mailbox, altered and cashed without her permission. She has since reported the issue to her bank.

Pleasantville Police Department

Feb. 6: Report of criminal mischief on North Place. A resident reported that his house was egged sometime overnight. The matter is under investigation.

Feb. 7: A larceny was reported at the United Methodist Church on Bedford Road. A box of clothing was reported stolen from the premises. Police are investigating the matter.

Feb. 9: A hazardous condition was reported on Broadway due to large potholes. The DPW was notified. Since Broadway is a state road, the state Department of Transportation was also notified.

White Plains Police Department

Feb. 6: James Young was arrested for second-degree attempted robbery at 176 S. Lexington Ave.

Feb. 8: Erica Ayana Walker was arrested for second-degree assault at Martine and Mamaroneck avenues.

Yorktown Police Department

Feb. 3: Modesto Naulaguari, 36, of Elmsford, was charged at 10:57 a.m. with driving with a suspended registration and operating a vehicle without an interlock device following a traffic stop on Stony Street.

Feb. 4: A 17-year-old Yorktown male was charged with attempted assault at 4:45 p.m. following a report of a fight that occurred earlier in the day between two juveniles in the Downing ballfields and commuter parking lot. A video of the incident was circulated on social media. During the fight it was alleged that one of the juveniles removed a knife from his pocket and began to chase the other juvenile through the parking lot with the intent to cause physical injury.

Feb. 7: Pavel Lopez, 43, of New Rochelle, was charged with criminal mischief and harassment after police were assigned to investigate a report of a domestic incident at 6:28 p.m. It is alleged Lopez struck the victim in the face with an open hand and damaged a cell phone by throwing it to the ground.

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