Harrison Blotter

Police Blotter: Harrison 5-16-2014

Collected at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 12 at Harrison Police Headquarters

April 25

Police noticed a vehicle going more than 25 miles per hour above the speed limit on Mamaroneck Avenue at 10 a.m. and pulled the vehicle over. After running his license, it was revealed the driver had his New York State driving privileges revoked for failure to answer to summonses. He was arrested and processed at the Harrison station.


April 25

At 4 p.m. on Anderson Hill Road in Purchase, an officer on patrol observed a driver operating without a seatbelt and pulled him over. After asking for identification from the driver, the officer noticed a burnt marijuana smell emanating from the vehicle and asked the driver and passenger if they had any illicit substances on them. The passenger produced a bag containing MDMA, or ecstasy, and mushrooms, both classified as hallucinogens. The passenger claimed ownership of the substances, was arrested and brought to headquarters.


April 25

A patrolling officer noticed a vehicle with an obstructed view around his center mirror on Lake Street in West Harrison. After pulling him over around 8 p.m. the officer ran his identification and found his license to be suspended as of February 2014. He was placed under arrest and processed at the scene of the incident.


April 28

On Lake Street in West Harrison, an officer was on patrol when his license plate reader alerted a vehicle with a suspended or revoked license. After pulling the vehicle over on Harrison Street, the officer checked the license of the driver and found that it was suspended as of April 23, 2014 for parking violations. The officer found a glass pipe with marijuana residue in the vehicle and a small bag of marijuana, which the passenger in the vehicle admitted belonged to him.


April 29

At 1 p.m. on Mamaroneck Avenue, an officer pulled up to a green Chevrolet Cavalier to back-up another patrol car already on the scene. After checking the license of the operator, it was found the driver had a suspended New York State license for failure to answer to two summonses in Dutchess County. The driver was issued a summons for aggravated unlicensed operation.