Category Archives: Police Blotter


Mamaroneck Police Blotter 2-27-2015

Collected from the Village of Mamaroneck Police Headquarters on Thursday, Feb.19 at 7 p.m.


Feb. 2

At 9:28 a.m., a resident came in to police headquarters to report a previous accident on West Boston Post Road which had happened on Jan. 29. There were no injuries, information was exchanged by both drivers at the time of the accident, but a police report had not been filed.


Officers were sent to New Street at 10:06 a.m. to investigate a report of a private snow plow pushing snow into the street. Upon arrival, the offending party said he would clean up the street.


Feb. 4

An 86-year-old female pedestrian was struck by a vehicle at 1:31 p.m., on West Boston Post Road. She was conscious when responders arrived on the scene. After being treated by Mamaroneck emergency medical personnel, she was taken to a hospital complaining of pain.


At 10:03 p.m., a woman reported a larceny after someone had cashed checks in her name without her permission. She had misplaced the checks before the incident. There are no suspects at this time.


Police were called to Halstead Avenue at 8 p.m., after reports of a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, the complainant declined to press charges. There were no injuries.


Feb. 7

On East Boston Post Road, police were called at 6:29 a.m. to investigate an attempted burglary after a resident reported seeing footprints in the snow around his house and his screen broken out. Complainant was advised to stay out of his house until police arrived. Officers later determined that no entry was made into the home and no items were missing.


Police received a call from New York State police about a possible assault on East Boston Post Road at 9:34 a.m. The incident was determined to be a case of harassment and the victim did not wish to press charges. There were no injuries.


Feb. 8

Officers were called to Halstead Avenue at 12:40 p.m. after a 911 call reported a fight in progress at that location. The caller was alleging that he had been struck in the face. Although there was minor physical contact, no injuries were reported.


Feb. 9

An assault was reported on Mamaroneck Avenue at 2:24 p.m. An injury to the person’s nose was reported at the scene, and a 45-year-old male from Port Chester was taken to a nearby hospital. Both parties declined to file charges.


A larceny was reported after a complainant discovered discrepancies in funds deposited in business bank accounts.


Feb. 10

Officers were called to Halstead Avenue at 6:06 p.m. after a female complainant reported that her phone had been stolen roughly one hour earlier. The party later became uncooperative and refused to file a police report.


Feb. 14

At 3:04 a.m., police arrived on Mamaroneck Avenue after a 911 call which reported a fight in progress. Both parties were gone when officers arrived at the scene.


A 20-year-old male resident of Mamaroneck Village was arrested with unlawful possession of marijuana during a routine traffic stop. He was released with a court appearance ticket.


Feb. 15

At 11:40 p.m., in Harbor Island Park an officer issued a court summons to a person who was in the park after hours.


Feb. 17

A call was received at 2:37 a.m., about a white truck which went into a drive through on West Boston Post Road, struck a building and then fled the scene. The caller had made note of the car’s license plate and that the driver was going eastbound on Boston Post Road. When police canvassed the area they did not find the vehicle.


Feb. 18

An accident involving one vehicle was reported on Mamaroneck Avenue at 7:53 a.m. Emergency medical services responded to the scene and one person was taken to the hospital complaining of neck pain. The Mamaroneck Village Department of Public Works was notified of icy conditions at the scene of the accident.


Units were sent to the scene of a hit-and-run at 12:52 p.m., in the parking lot of the A&P supermarket on Mamaroneck Avenue after a woman complained that someone had hit her parked car. There were no injuries.


Police Blotter in Harrison 9-5-2014

Collected at Harrison police headquarters on Sept. 1 at 10:42 a.m.



Aug. 18

At 10:40 a.m., a car was stopped at a Westchester Avenue checkpoint when cops ascertained the vehicle was missing a front license plate. The vehicle’s driver, a 26-year-old woman, was operating the vehicle with suspended driving privileges. When they searched the vehicle, police found a small amount of marijuana in a tin can. The woman was booked and charged with unlawful possession.


Aug. 19

At 2:26 p.m., police pulled over a vehicle on Anderson Hill Road after the driver switched lanes recklessly. The traffic stop revealed that the driver, a 23-year-old man, was operating the vehicle with a suspended license. The man was processed and released on bail, and his car was impounded by police.


Aug. 21

At 4:36 p.m., police stopped a vehicle traveling on Westchester Avenue for a fractured windshield. The driver, a 31-year-old man, was revealed to be operating the vehicle with a suspended license. He was arrested and released on the scene with a return court date.


At 5:29 p.m., police pulled a vehicle over on Westchester Avenue when a hit on the license plate reader revealed the vehicle’s registration to be suspended. The driver, a 30-year-old man, was also operating the vehicle with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded and the man was released with a return court date.


Aug. 22

At 1:27 a.m., police responded to the scene of a multiple car accident on Halstead Avenue. Upon arriving at the scene, police noticed a man walking away from the crash, apparently disheveled, in the direction of the Metro-North train station. The man, 30, was revealed to be the operator of one of the vehicles in the crash and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. He failed the field sobriety test and was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.


Aug. 23

At 2:42 a.m., police stopped a vehicle traveling on Halstead Avenue for a noisy muffler. The car failed to pull over right away, and when police approached the vehicle, they noticed the driver, a 33-year-old man, had bloodshot eyes and the smell of alcohol emanated from the car. While taking the field sobriety test, the man became agitated and verbally abusive toward the officer. He was transported to headquarters and charged with DWI and DWAI.


At 1:05 p.m., police stopped a vehicle on Harrison Avenue for running a red light. A portal check revealed the driver, Flavio Suqui, 38, was operating the vehicle with a suspended license. He was processed and released without incident.


Aug. 24

At 12:07 a.m., police stopped a vehicle traveling on Mamaroneck Avenue when the license plate reader revealed its registration was suspended. The driver, a 25-year-old woman, had her license suspended for failure to pay a driver responsibility assessment fee and the vehicle’s registration was suspended for an insurance lapse. She was processed and released at the scene.


Police Blotter in Tuckahoe 9-5-2014

Collected at Tuckahoe Police Headquarters on Friday, Aug. 29 at 10 a.m.



Aug. 17

At 11:20 a.m, police responded to a false alarm. at an Italian restaurant on Marbledale Road after a worker was too slow to turn off the security system.


An iPad was reported missing from the estate sale of a deceased, elderly man at 2:38 p.m.


Aug. 19

A parking meter was found knocked over in a municipal lot on Lake Avenue at 9 a.m. It is suspected the damage was done by a carelessly driven car.


Officers were called to assist a man who locked his keys inside his car on Armourvilla Avenue. They were able to
help him get back into his car.


Police investigated a domestic incident at 5:20 p.m. on Midland Place when a young woman had a loud argument with her
stepfather. Charges were not filed.


Aug. 20

Police were sent to Consulate Drive after a parked Nissan SUV was found to have been hit by another car. The offending driver left a note with his or her insurance information and charges were not filed
with police.


A man reported someone may have stolen his identity to file tax claims in his name after he received a letter from the State of California claiming he owed taxes although he resides in New York.


Aug. 21

Officers reported a gold Saturn was found with key marks down the entire length of the vehicle on Elm Street at 1:57 p.m.


The driver of a Snapple truck called police at 4:39 p.m. to report someone tried to take a few bottles of the drink out of his truck. After the driver caught and confronted him, the youth gave the Snapple back and no charges were filed.


A man was arrested at 9:38 p.m. on Washington Street on suspicion of violating an order of protection placed on his girlfriend and the apartment they shared. She moved away from the apartment, and, when he was told of her absence, he went to the apartment, but was told to leave. The district attorney’s office said since the woman had already moved, the man would be able to return to the apartment without consequence.


Aug. 23

Police were called at 7:50 p.m. after a loose dog knocked over a woman walking her own dog on Hollywood Avenue. No medical attention was necessary; the lost dog’s owner was found and warned.


Aug. 24

A woman called police after getting into an argument with her stepfather at their home on Midland Avenue. She wanted to use her sister’s cell phone, and her stepfather said no because she did not pay the bill.


Aug. 25

Officers were sent to a pizzeria on Main Street after the newly hired pizza delivery boy did not come back with the money from the food he delivered. He was not found.


Aug. 26

Graffiti was found on a dumpster at Columbus Avenue at 9:50 a.m.


Officers were called to investigate after a man and a woman were reportedly arguing at a high volume on the sidewalk of Main Street at 6:24 a.m. They both refused to tell officers why they were arguing, and were then warned of the complaints against them.


Aug. 27

A grandfather and his grandson were having an argument at at 8:34 a.m. on Wallace Street because the older man did not want to give his grandson any money. The grandfather called the police, no charges were filed.


Aug. 28

On Cameron Place at 6:36 p.m., officers responded to a complaint about youths skateboarding on the sidewalk. The person who reported it was afraid they were too close to traffic, but no charges were filed.


Aug. 29

Employees at a bank on Main Street called the police at 10:18 a.m. after a man came in and tried to cash a fraudulent. The man left the bank before officers arrived.


Police Blotter in Mamaroneck 9-5-2014

Collected at Town of Mamaroneck Police Headquarters on Thursday, Aug. 28, at 10:15 a.m.


Aug. 14

A New York State trailer license plate was reported missing and the owner was sent to the Department of Motor Vehicles to apply for another one. The plate was thought to have been lost sometime between July 15 and Aug. 14.


A credit card was reported missing or stolen at Stop & Shop on Boston Post Road. The card had been in the wallet of a female resident of the Village of Mamaroneck, the wallet is also missing.


Aug. 16

Officers were called to a domestic dispute at a single-family home on Weaver Street at 10:16 p.m. between a married couple. Charges were not filed.


Aug. 17

Two males were arrested and charged with trespassing outside a property on Weaver Street at 5:15 p.m. No one was at the home at the time, as it is currently
up for sale.


A man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at 2:30 a.m on Boston Post Road. He is a local house cleaner.


Aug. 18

Police were called to the scene of a minor accident after a 2008 black BMW was struck while stopped at a red light. There were no arrests.


Aug. 19

A pair of sunglasses were turned in to town police after being found in the grass on the side of a road. They were black Oakley brand. The owner has not been found.


Aug. 20

Police were called to the scene after a bike was reported missing from Mamaroneck High School on Boston Post Road. The bicycle was not recovered.


A woman was stopped at a traffic checkpoint on 5th Avenue when it was discovered she was driving without a license. She was given two summonses to appear in town court, one for driving without a license, and the other for having windows tinted too dark.


A house on Glen Eagles Road was entered while the owners were not home. It is unknown whether anything was stolen from the property.


A domestic dispute brought the police to a home at which a husband and wife were having an argument. The wife called the local precinct; the husband left the residence after officers arrived to diffuse the situation.


Aug. 21

A car accident at the intersection of Old White Plains road and Wagon Wheel road brought officers into the area after the driver lost control of the car due to wet conditions. The vehicle spun and hit a utility pole, there were no injuries to the driver.


Complaints of a disturbance brought officers down to a home on Old White Plains Road after neighbors reported excessive noise from an outdoor pool party. Officers on the scene reported no overly loud noises when they arrived.


Aug. 22

A Bronx resident in Mamaroneck reported a hit-and-run after she discovered her vehicle had been struck while parked between 12:39 a.m. and 2:24 a.m. There was damage to the side view mirror.


Aug. 24

Officers were called after a car struck a vehicle pulling out of a driveway on Dillon Road. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and had an empty beer can in his car at the time of the accident. When searched, officers found a plastic bag of white powder on the driver. He was charged with a DUI.


Aug. 26

Officers were called after sanitation workers found a loose dog on Howell Avenue. The owner was located, and the dog returned.


Police Blotter in Rye 9-5-2014

Collected at Rye Police Headquarters  at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 29.


Aug. 14

Police observed a white pickup truck run a traffic light after a car stop at 9:42 p.m. near Locust Avenue and Theodore Fremd Avenue. The passenger in the car said she suffered injuries to her head and said they were on their way to Greenwich Hospital. Police escorted the vehicle to the I-95 North ramp and referred the matter to the Greenwich Police Department.


Aug. 16

A jogger encountered a coyote near the Edith Reed Sanctuary at 4:38 p.m. while on a trail. The male jogger said the coyote fled the scene upon seeing him.


A driver near the cross between Boston Post Road and Hillside Road said she was hit from behind by another car at 11:54 p.m. Afterward, the driver who allegedly hit her fled the scene.


Aug. 17

A call was placed to police at 2:11 a.m. saying an assault took place at a party on Grace Chruch Street. The party goer was taken to Greenwich Hospital by family members.


A call placed at 5:21 p.m. from the Shenorock Shore Club saying a man was having a heart attack in one of the summer dining rooms. EMS was dispatched to the scene.


Aug. 18

A Stonycrest Road resident called police about a coyote in the backyard at 12:05 p.m. The resident then called the Department of Environmental Conservation. The same resident placed another call to police at 12:24 p.m. to say she heard a howling noise, but she had no confirmed sighting of the coyote.


Aug. 19

A Bennett Street resident called police at 8:21 p.m. to say their son saw an unknown male in a dark, hooded jacket attempt to get into a home believed to be empty at the time as the family was away. Police responded and no report was filed.


Aug. 20

A 10:41 a.m. call to police said a Milton Road resident had a flying squirrel trapped in her home. Police responded and
managed to trap the squirrel so it could escape through an open window.


Aug. 21

A call placed to police at 9:35 a.m. by a Midland Avenue resident who said her neighbor’s dog got into her home. Police arrived and returned the dog to its owner.


A Barlow Lane resident called police at 8:54 p.m. to say her son went out for a swim but did not return when expected.


Aug. 23

Police were alerted at 3:18 p.m. of a suspicious male asking for money in front of Playland Market. Police told the caller to notify them again if this person is seen again.


A Forest Avenue and Philips Lane resident called police at 10:15 p.m. to say a group of kids was walking on Forest Avenue talking loudly about drinking vodka. Police responded, but the kids were gone when they got there.


A female called police at 11 p.m. to say a group of kids was drinking beer and making loud noise at the end of Pine Lane. Parents were alerted and picked the kids up.


Aug. 24

A Theall Road resident called police at 4:53 p.m. to say there appeared to be a sick raccoon outside their home. Police responded to find the raccoon to be healthy and foraging for food in a dumpster.


Aug. 25

Police were called at 2:25 p.m. by a Maple Avenue resident to say her stepmother had been harassing her through text messages.


A Chestnut Street woman called police at 5:59 p.m. to say teens were ringing her doorbell and releasing an unpleasant smelling substance near her home.


Aug. 26

A resident of Wilson Drive called police at 8:41 p.m. to say an unknown person had been knocking on her door for the past three days between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. The woman said she saw an unknown male enter a vehicle on Coolidge Avenue and leave. She believes it was her ex-husband.


Police Blotter: Rye 8-22-2014

Collected at Rye Police Headquarters
at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 14.


Aug. 5

A resident reported an item was stolen from their mother’s apartment on Theall Road.


Aug. 7

A call was placed at 5:13 a.m. to police to report a sleeping man in front of Oakland Beach Deli. Police responded and the man said he was on his way to Port Chester.


Aug. 9

Coyotes on the move again. A call was placed at 6:39 p.m. stating coyotes were running through a Kirby Lane resident’s backyard. No coyotes were found at that time, but the caller left a message with
the Department of Environmental Conservation.


A call was placed to police at 11 p.m. saying a late-night party was disturbing her and keeping her kids awake.


Aug. 10

The building superintendent of Rye Manor was feeling ill at his Theall Road home when he called police at 12:48 p.m. EMS was dispatched to the scene.


Aug. 11

Police observed a tractor trailer at 3:10 p.m. strike and kill a deer on Boston Post Road. The deer was removed from the roadway by the Department of Public Works.


Aug. 12

A call was placed to police at 11:18 p.m. describing a resident with sudden blindness. EMS was dispatched to the scene.


Aug. 14

A 10:49 a.m. call described a Purchase Street resident with shortness of breath, elevated blood pressure and pain in their left arm. EMS was dispatched and the resident was taken to Greenwich Hospital.


Police Blotter: Harrison 8-22-2014

Collected at Harrison Police Headquarters
on Thursday, Aug. 14 at 2 p.m.



July 26

At 3 a.m., as Harrison police were responding to a vehicle fire, an officer witnessed a West Harrison man drive to the scene, stumble from his vehicle and walk towards the scene of the fire. The man claimed to have only consumed two beers. An officer conducted a field sobriety test on the man and consequently placed him under arrest for driving while intoxicated.


July 27

A New Rochelle woman was arrested at 11 a.m. for driving with a suspended license after being recognized by a license plate reading machine and pulled over in West Harrison. After searching her vehicle, officers found marijuana in the front arm rest, as well as small amounts of oxycodone, hydrocodone, tuprimate, clonazepam pills and an unknown substance. Unable to produce a proper prescription for any of the drugs, she was charged with criminal possession of all of them.


July 28

At 11:30 a.m., a license plate reader picked up a hit on a vehicle with a possible suspension or revocation. After stopping the driver—a Mamaroneck woman—a database check confirmed a suspended registration, leading to the driver being issued a summons at the scene.


On Westchester Avenue at 3:30 p.m., a Yonkers man was pulled over for failing to use a turn signal after pulling off the Hutchinson River Parkway. After running the driver’s license through the system, the officer found four suspensions on four different dates on the license. The driver was then transported to Harrison Police Headquarters.


July 30

At approximately 5 p.m. on North Street, an officer pulled over a vehicle bearing New York registration only to find the registration had been suspended for two weeks. The driver was a Bronx man. The vehicle was impounded.


Aug. 3

A Mamaroneck man was pulled over on Mamaroneck Avenue in Harrison after an officer witnessed the man speeding. Upon pulling him over, the officer found the driver had two suspensions in the past for a suspended probationary license and driving while impaired by alcohol. The driver was issued a summons.


Aug. 4

An officer saw a driver traveling south on Old Lake Street with a defective headlight on the passenger side. The officer pulled the driver over. After asking for license and registration, the officer found an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The passenger in the vehicle, a male, said there was marijuana in his backpack. After searching it, police found a silver tin and 29 individual bags of marijuana. He was arrested and taken to police headquarters.


Aug. 9

A Harrison man was pulled over on West Street after an officer saw the man was not wearing a seatbelt while driving his vehicle. The officer ran the man’s license and registration, and discovered the man’s right to drive in New York State was suspended for failure to answer a summons, pay a fine and failure to pay a driver responsibility assessment. He was issued a summons and must appear in Harrison Town Court.


Aug. 10

A strong odor of marijuana was detected as a vehicle pulled up to a safety inspection stop on White Plains Avenue at approximately 1 a.m. The driver was identified as a Stamford, Conn., man and his passenger admitted to having a marijuana grinder on his possession. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters.


Aug. 11

At noon near Manhattanville College on Purchase Street, an officer’s license plate reader picked up on a vehicle with a suspended registration. After pulling over the Queens man and running his information through the system, it was revealed his registration was suspended, resulting in the issuing of a summons and towing of his vehicle.


A Stamford man was pulled over on Westchester Avenue at approximately 5 p.m. Officers found an active warrant against him from the City of Mount Vernon. No further information on his arrest
was provided.


Police Blotter in Rye 8-8-2014

Collected at Rye Police Headquarters at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 6.


July 24

At 12:24 p.m., a Philips Lane resident called police to report a heavyset white male taking pictures of residences in the area that morning. The man was gone when police arrived, but a local contractor working in the area confirmed that he was a business partner.


July 25

At 7:18 p.m., a Grapal Street woman called police to report that she received an obscene phone call from an unknown party. Police advised her to contact law enforcement should the calls continue.


July 27

A Midland Avenue man called police at 10:42 a.m. after his two-year-old son fell and struck his head, which was bleeding profusely. EMS was dispatched to the scene.


July 29

At 6:55 p.m., a resident called police to alert them to a teenage male walking down Midland Avenue toting a shotgun. Though the resident admitted he was not a gun expert, he said the firearm “Looked like a shotgun should look.” Police found no sign of the teen.


July 30

A Chester Drive woman called police at 2:03 p.m. because her son, apparently upset about the family’s decision to move, was being uncooperative. According to the woman, the son was destroying household objects with a wrench before police intervened in the matter.


July 31

Police received complaints about a suspicious man at the Rye YMCA at 9:18 a.m. According to a caller, there was a man with a black duffle bag watching children at the YMCA day camp. When police investigated the matter, the man told them that he was simply waiting for the library to open so he could use the computer.


At 5:25 p.m., a Grace Church Street woman called police to complain about coyotes on her property. According to the woman—who has called several times about coyotes in the last month—the animals are becoming more and more brazen.


Police received a call about a hit-and-run incident at the Rye YMCA at 6:39 p.m. According to the caller, a red Mercedes sideswiped another vehicle that was picking up children from the YMCA and did not stop. Police are on the lookout for the offending vehicle.


A Thorne Place man contacted police at 10:54 p.m. because he was concerned his daughter was throwing a party at his home while he was not there. Police went to the address and dispersed a gathering.


Aug. 1

Police were called to Blooming Nails on Purchase Street at 10:33 a.m. when a customer got chemicals in her eyes. EMS was dispatched to the scene.


Aug. 2

At 12:46 a.m., police were called to a Milton Road residence on account of a loud band disturbing neighbors. The band was playing at a 50th birthday party and agreed to pack it in for the night at police request.


At 11:22 a.m., a Norman Drive man returned home from vacation to find the window in his family room had been broken.


An Orchard Avenue man called police at 12:51 p.m. after his son cut his finger, possibly severing the tip. EMS was dispatched to the scene and the son was taken to Greenwich Hospital.


Aug. 5

At 3:07 a.m., police were called to Redfield Street when a cab driver complained his customer would not pay his fare. According to the driver, the man, who was intoxicated, went into his residence to get money for the fare but never came out. Police got the man to come out and pay his fare.


Police Blotter in Mamaroneck 8-8-2014

Collected at Village of Mamaroneck Police Headquarters on Thursday, July 31, at 9 a.m.


June 18

At 6:05 p.m., police responded to a call reporting young adults rollerblading on the tennis courts in Florence Park. When police arrived at the scene, the rollerbladers had already left.


At 11:12 p.m., three men and one woman were issued village code summons for being in Columbus Park during prohibited hours. The park closed at 10 p.m. One of the men was also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.


June 19

A 40-year-old man from the Village of Mamaroneck was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at 11:09 p.m. on Halstead Avenue. The man was yelling obscenities and refused to comply with the responding police officers’ instructions. The man was due in court on June 26.


Police responded to a call of an unknown man attempting to take items without paying from a store located on Mamaroneck Avenue at 11:20 p.m. The man fled after punching someone at the location. On July 15, a 45-year-old Mamaroneck man was arrested and charged with petit larceny and harassment in the second degree from the incident. He was due in court July 17.


June 22

A caller reported a hit-and-run accident on Mamaroneck Avenue at 10:03 a.m. The caller reported a bicyclist was down after being struck by a car, described as a white Acura with New York license plates. The car fled northbound on Mamaroneck Avenue following the collision and the 16-year-old bicyclist from the Village of Mamaroneck was taken to the hospital. Police are investigating the accident.


June 27

Police responded to a call reporting a burglary at a business on West Boston Post Road at 10:12 a.m. An unknown person entered the closed business and reportedly took approximately $1,800 cash.


A woman reported to police at 9:38 p.m. an unknown person entered the bathroom at Harbor Island Park and took her handbag, which contained two cell phones, personal papers and an unknown amount of cash.


June 29

Police arrested three men at 9:35 p.m. on Old White Plains Road. A 22-year-old man from New Rochelle was issued a village code summons for possession of an open container of alcohol and was due in court July 1. A 21-year-old man from Larchmont was charged with possession of a gambling device while gambling with money and was released on $250 bail and due in court July 10. A 26-year-old Village of Mamaroneck man was charged with possession of a gambling device, exposure for urinating in public and unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on $250 bail and due in court July 10.


June 30

At 7:47 p.m., police responded to a call reporting an unknown person entered a business on Mamaroneck Avenue and took a Maltipoo puppy, valued at $1,000.


July 4

A man called police at 12:02 a.m. to report an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle parked on Mamaroneck Avenue and took his iPad, valued at approximately $700.


July 5

A 29-year-old Mamaroneck man walked into police headquarters at 3:28 a.m. to report a person known to him punched him in his face while he was sleeping, causing pain and swelling. The incident is under investigation.


Police arrested a 49-year-old Massachusetts woman for theft of services. At 5:57 p.m., police were called to the scene on Mamaroneck Avenue after the woman refused to pay her cab fare. The woman was also charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance after police found Alprazolam pills in her possession without a prescription.


July 6

At 11:20 a.m., a man reported to police than an unknown person took a beach chair from his vehicle while he was parked on Fenimore Road. The beach chair is valued at approximately $50.


July 10

Police responded to the scene of a fight on Mamaroneck Avenue at 6:21 p.m. A 29-year-old man from Tarrytown was struck by a 47-year-old man from Rye and was taken to the hospital for treatment for a laceration to his lip. The Rye man was charged with assault in the third degree and was due in court July 11.


July 13

A Mamaroneck man reported to police at 2:12 a.m. an unknown person took his motorcycle from a parking lot on Grand Street. The motorcycle is valued at approximately $8,000.


July 14

Police officers received a call reporting a white male operating a Ford F-150 pickup truck with a ladder on it took mail from the caller’s mailbox and left trash at the location on Mt. Pleasant Avenue. The pickup truck fled north on Mamaroneck Avenue. On July 15, a 35-year-old male from Stratford, Conn., was arrested and charged with petit larceny for taking mail not belonging to him. He was due in court July 17.


Police Blotter in Eastchester 8-8-2014

Collected at Eastchester Police Headquarters on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014.


July 6

While the homeowner at 19 Darcy Lane was cutting the grass early morning on July 6, he found an arrow sticking out of the side of his house. The homeowner behind 19 Darcy Lane told police no one in her house owns a bow or any arrows.


July 7

Sometime between 2 p.m. on July 1 and noon on July 7, an office building on Fisher Avenue was broken into and $3,000 went missing. The owner of the office told police she locked the door on July 1, but returned to find the door slightly open and unlocked and papers on her desk were disturbed.


Around 5 p.m., police responded to a domestic violence call at 110 Fisher Ave.

The victim told police her husband verbally abused her. When she walked away, she alleges that he followed her, punched her in the face, chocked her, pulled her hair and ripped off her underwear.


She told police his anger stemmed from the night before, when she asked a man for directions and alleged a similar episode occurred then, but she did not file a report.

She had bruising and swelling on her face, neck, right foot and hands, but refused medical treatment.


The husband told police his wife attempted to stab him, so he slapped her.

Both had been drinking for extended periods of time. He was arrested and charged with third-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.


July 8

On July 7, an 88-year-old woman was scammed out of $2,000 by a man that pretended to be her granddaughter’s husband, who lives with her granddaughter in California. The man acting as her grandson-in-law claimed he was in New York City and was arrested and needed $2,000 for bail. The victim bought four cash cards for $500 each from Pathmark.

The next day, the man called back saying he needed another $5,000 for court fees, which made the victim’s friend suspicious and urged her to call the police.

Eastchester police reached her granddaughter, who said she and her husband were both in California.


July 9

Around 1:12 p.m., a Rutgers Place woman told police she and her husband’s Chase bank account had been compromised and $2,000 worth of fraudulent transactions were made with their shared checking account.


July 12

Police responded to a 911 call reporting a fight between a boyfriend and girlfriend.

The victim told police the incident started outside of Gulf Mart at 318 White Plains Road after she told her boyfriend she no longer wanted to be in a relationship with him.

She alleges the boyfriend, who she said had been drinking, proceeded to verbally assault her and then became violent by choking her and punching her in the face. A struggle ensued, but the victim was able to free herself and return to their Manchester Road apartment, where the two of them were living with the boyfriend’s father.

There were visible marks on her neck.

The boyfriend was arrested and charged with obstruction of an airway.


July 15

Sometime between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on July 15, jewelry went missing from a Joyce Road residence.

The victim said he found the front door open, but there were no signs of forced entry and the victim wasn’t sure if he locked the front door or not.

There was no dollar amount given for the jewelry.


Around midnight, police received a 911 call from a Waverly Avenue residence followed by a hang up. Police responded to the scene and found the victim leaning out of a second floor window telling police, “He broke the phone and won’t let me come downstairs to talk to you.” She told police her husband broke her phones and is blocking the stairwell. When police reached the apartment, the victim told police she attempted to close the window and turn on the air conditioner and alleged her husband pulled the thermostat from the wall.


The victim claims she called his mother to tell her about his behavior, but he broke the phone to pieces. She picked up another phone to call 911, but he allegedly broke that phone as well.


The husband told police the phones were his and he unplugged the thermostat because he worked two shifts and wanted to be left alone, but his wife was antagonizing him. He was arrested and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief.


July 18

Sometime between 10:15 p.m. on July 17 and 10:30 a.m. on July 18, $410 went missing from a pizzeria on New Rochelle Road.

There was no damage to the rear door, but a screw from the latch was missing. The front door had no damage and no missing screws.


July 30

A traffic stop on Hutchinson Boulevard turned into an arrest. A Honda Accord was pulled over around 9:50 p.m. because the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.


After further investigation, the officer found one of the passengers, an 18-year-old, to be in possession of marijuana and a forged license. He was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.