Police Blotter, May 7- May 13, 2024

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County Police/Mount Kisco

Apr. 29: Report received at 3:47 a.m. that a man was trying to break into a home on Gregory Avenue. Multiple officers responded. It was determined that the man actually lives next door but went to the wrong house by accident. He was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital because he was highly intoxicated.

Apr. 29: Officers responded to West Street at 2:57 a.m. on a report of a person in emotional crisis. After speaking for a while with officers, the woman agreed to go to Northern Westchester Hospital for evaluation. She was transported by the Mount Kisco Volunteer Ambulance Corps with an officer on board.

Apr. 30: An employee at a South Moger Avenue business reported at 11:47 a.m. that she saw a small dog running in the middle of the street and was able to retrieve it from vehicular traffic. An officer took the dog to the Green Street precinct and turned it over to village parking and animal control personnel.

Apr. 30: A noise complaint was received at 10:46 a.m. from an Amuso Drive resident. It was determined that the noise was from drilling associated with an installation being done by Verizon. A neighbor told officers he had alerted residents, including the complainant, in advance of the work.

Apr. 30: Report from a village car dealership at 5 p.m. that a customer was possibly using fraudulent documents to try to buy two luxury vehicles. After investigation by responding officers, a 56-year-old Somers man was arrested and charged with first-degree identity theft and second-degree grand larceny, both felonies. He was booked at the Green Street precinct and held overnight at headquarters for arraignment in Mount Kisco Justice Court.

May 1: Officers responded to Victoria Drive at 11:17 a.m. to assist a woman who was experiencing chest pains. The Mount Kisco Volunteer Ambulance Corps also responded and transported the woman to Northern Westchester Hospital.

May 3: A report was received at 11:20 a.m. of a person stuck in an elevator on Barker Street. The Mount Kisco Fire Department also responded and resolved the problem.

North Castle Police Department

Apr. 26: A employee at Stop & Shop on North Broadway reported at 9:40 a.m. that a larceny had occurred at some time in the past. Officers responded and gathered depositions and footage. A report will follow.

Apr. 26: A caller reported at 9:50 a.m. that construction debris was dumped illegally on Half Mile Road. The responding officer secured photos. The highway department responded to remove the debris.

Apr. 26: At 10: 32 a.m., a caller reported a past larceny at Framings on Main Street. The responding officer reported that paperwork was secured.

Apr. 26: A female was hit in the face by a baseball during a game on Wampus Avenue at 4:42 p.m. She was bleeding from the nose. Officers responded and reported that the party was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital with ALS on board.

Apr. 28: A Hadley Road resident reported at 8:08 a.m. that his vehicle was stolen out of his driveway. The car was unlocked and the keys were in the vehicle. The caller also reported tracking his vehicle on the BMW app. The responding officer gathered the information; a report will follow.

Apr. 28: An Upland Lane resident reported that his vehicle is no longer in his driveway and believes it may be stolen. Caller stated his BMW GPS is showing the vehicle is on the Merrit Parkway in Connecticut near Westport. The responding officers gathered the information and broadcast it to surrounding police agencies. The vehicle was entered into the e-Justice system.

May 1: Report that a vehicle window was broken on Washington Avenue at 8:11 a.m. The responding officers secured photos.

May 1: Report of a damaged front store door at the Armonk Town Center on Main Street at 8:24 a.m. The caller stated that it appears that someone had attempted to break into the store. Photos and depositions were secured; a report will follow.

Pleasantville Police Department

Apr. 26: A foul ball damaged a parked car on Hopper Street at 6:29 p.m.

May 3: Report of a larceny on Memorial Plaza. The MTA police had jurisdiction over the call.

Putnam County Sheriff’s Department

Apr. 26: A deputy on routine patrol observed a vehicle being operated with an expired inspection sticker at 3:40 p.m. The deputy stopped the vehicle near routes 6 and 312 in Southeast. The driver, a 20-year-old Carmel man, was found to have warrants from the sheriff’s office and the state police in East Fishkill and Somers. The sheriff’s warrant was for leading deputies in a pursuit in January when he refused to pull over for a traffic stop. The suspect was arrested on the sheriff’s warrant and charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer, a Class A misdemeanor, aggravated unlicensed operation and numerous vehicle and traffic law violations.

Apr. 26: Putnam County 911 broadcast to law enforcement agencies to be on the lookout for a vehicle that was wanted by the NYPD for a robbery investigation and was heading northbound on I-684 at 5:20 p.m. A nearby deputy located the vehicle on Route 22 in Southeast and began following it. With the assistance of additional members of the Sheriff’s Office and state police, the vehicle was stopped and the occupants were taken into custody. The driver, a 48-year-old Homestead, Fla. man, was charged with possession of burglar’s tools, a Class A misdemeanor. Two passengers, both from Queens, were arrested on the same charge. Additionally, each suspect was charged with the felony charge of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument for having fake Mexican driver’s licenses and the misdemeanor charge of false personation for giving a fake name when arrested.

White Plains Police Department

Apr. 26: A 54-year-old White Plain man was arrested and charged with first-degree sexual abuse at 4:30 p.m. in connection with an incident at 26 Lynton Place.

Yorktown Police Department

May 1: A 44-year-old Flushing, Queens woman was charged at 1:25 p.m. with unauthorized practice of a profession, a Class E felony, and prostitution, a Class B misdemeanor, following an ongoing investigation at A+ Spa, located at 3630 Hill Blvd. It is further alleged the defendant offered to engage in sexual conduct with another person for a fee.

May 1: A 28-year-old Bronx woman was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, a Class A misdemeanor, and several traffic infractions following a traffic stop at 6:35 p.m. for operating a vehicle with an expired New Jersey temporary vehicle registration. The driver was also in possession of a fake temporary New Jersey license plate that was affixed to the rear of the vehicle.

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