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