Police Blotter, March 1 – March 7, 2022, Print Edition

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County Police/Mount Kisco

Feb. 23: An officer on patrol recognized a man who had an outstanding warrant against him while the subject walked on East Main Street near the Mt Kisco Diner. Adelmo Ramirez-Garcia, 56, of Columbus Avenue was taken into custody at 7:17 a.m. on a warrant charging him with trespassing. He was arraigned in Mount Kisco Justice Court and remanded to the Westchester County Jail.

Feb. 23: Police responded to the Mount Kisco Public Works Department at 10:54 a.m. on a report that a department vehicle had suffered damage in an apparent hit-and-run accident while it was parked overnight.

Feb. 24: Report of a malfunctioning traffic light at East Main Street and Hyatt Avenue at 5:54 p.m. An electrical contractor was notified and the condition was corrected.

Feb. 25: Police responded to a Carpenter Avenue residence to assist a 51-year-old man who had fallen and suffered cuts and bruises to his head. EMS was notified and also responded.

Croton-on-Hudson Police Department

Feb. 14: The owner of a South Riverside Avenue business reported damage to a classic car parked in his lot at 9 a.m. He stated that it looks like someone may have shot at the vehicle with a BB gun. He reported that the vehicle has been parked in front of the business for over a month, but he has no idea when the damage occurred. Patrol was dispatched and confirmed damage to the windshield of a 1966 blue Pontiac.    

Feb. 20: A Half Moon Bay Drive resident reported to police headquarters at 8:10 a.m. complaining about her upstairs neighbor having guests over at night. Police advised her to speak to her homeowners’ association. She then showed a very blurry picture from her ring doorbell of her neighbor leaning against the front of the building. She posted it on Facebook saying, “look at my psycho neighbor with a handgun.” Patrols looked at the picture and found no proof of a handgun as it looks like a shadow. No action required.

North Castle Police Department

Feb. 18: A call was received at headquarters at 4:24 p.m. from Pennsylvania State Police reporting a recovered U-Haul trailer that was believed to be stolen out of this jurisdiction. Information was gathered and the trailer was recovered by U-Haul.

Feb. 20: A Mianus Drive resident reported at 4:20 p.m. that his neighbor may be illegally burning brush on his own property. The responding officer reported speaking to the homeowners who were advised of the New York State DEC regulations related to the burning of brush. Their fire was contained in an ornamental fire pit.

Feb. 23: An E-911 caller reported at 11:41 a.m. that he is an employee of the U-Haul on Virginia Road and there is a customer on the scene who is yelling and refusing to leave the premises over a payment issue. The responding officer reported the party left the scene without incident; however, he refused to give full pedigree information. No criminal activity at this time.

Pleasantville Police Department

Feb. 20: An Uber driver was unable to get two intoxicated young women out of his car on Bedford Road. Police responded and assisted.

Feb. 25: Report of criminal mischief on Village Lane. Graffiti was sprayed on a village parking sign. An investigation is ongoing.

Feb. 26: An unruly customer would not leave the Dunkin’ Donuts on Washington Avenue. The subject finally left without incident a short time later.

Putnam County Sheriff’s Department

Feb. 24: A 45-year-old Poughkeepsie man was arrested for first-degree falsifying business records and fourth-degree grand larceny, both felonies, in connection with an incident on Jan. 3. A Southeast resident reported a check he mailed to a Mahopac business for a service rendered was cashed, but according to his bank it was cashed by someone other than the business. Sheriff’s investigators determined that the suspect, who was an office manager at the business, stole several customer payment checks and altered the invoices by marking them paid. The suspect used his girlfriend’s bank account to deposit the checks and withdrew the money for personal use. The suspect was released without bail and was due to appear in Town of Carmel Justice Court on Monday.

State Police/Cortlandt

Feb. 21: State police, in conjunction with the Westchester County Real Time Crime Center (WCRTCC), arrested Angel Gomez, 21, of the Bronx, for fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a Class E felony. At about 10 a.m. troopers received a law enforcement tip from the WCRTCC of a stolen 2018 Toyota Camry and conducted a traffic stop on Route 9 in Croton-On-Hudson. An investigation found Gomez was in possession of the stolen vehicle and he was subsequently arrested. Gomez was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Croton-on-Hudson Justice Court and was turned over to the New York City Police Department due a pending investigation in their jurisdiction.

Yorktown Police Department

Feb. 19: Michael Mayosky, 46, of East Meadow, N.Y., was charged at 6:40 p.m. with failing to appear for a scheduled court appearance in connection with charges of criminal possession of a firearm and second-degree bail jumping. After being unable to post bail, he was remanded to Westchester County Jail.

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

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