Collected at the Harrison Police Station on Thursday, March 20 at 3:35 p.m.
Police pulled over a man for going 40 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone. A background check revealed that the man was operating with a suspended
registration for an insurance lapse. The vehicle was impounded and the man was processed on the scene and released with a March 25 court date set.
A possible suspension or revocation was picked up on a man’s vehicle based on a license plate reader hit by police. After the vehicle was confirmed to be suspended after the man was pulled over, he was issued a summons and released on the scene with a court date of Sept. 1.
A man was pulled over by police after his vehicle was going 67 mph in a 40 mph zone. Because his driving privileges in New York were suspended due to a prior event in the state, he was arrested for a misdemeanor for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Police pulled over a driver for an
inadequate muffler to find an odor of marijuana from his vehicle. The driver then produced a plastic bag of marijuana to the officer. According to police, no impairment was detected. Baker was arrested for
possession of marijuana.
Police witnessed a vehicle traveling too close to another vehicle and stopped the driver. A strong odor of marijuana was picked up by the officer, who also learned the man’s license was suspended. After the man was arrested for aggravated, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, marijuana and two glass vials of
testosterone were found in his vehicle.
A vehicle was pulled over by police after the vehicle reportedly blew a red light.
The driver’s license was found to be revoked, leading to the man’s arrest and impoundment of his vehicle.
Police pulled over a vehicle after being alerted of a suspended registration on a vehicle. Upon pulling over the driver, the vehicle operator said he did not have
identification on him, and proceeded to provide a fake name and information.
After being placed into custody for a
suspended registration, his wallet was found with his true identity and that he was supposed to have an ignition interlock device on his vehicle.
A White Plains man was pulled over by
police after going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone. After being pulled over, the man admitted he did not have a valid license to drive in this country and that his New York State license was revoked after a previous DWI. He was placed under arrest, his vehicle was impounded and he was issued a summons to return to court on March 25.
Police witnessed a vehicle backing on the shoulder of a one-way road and pulled over the vehicle. The driver was identified, along with a passenger and his infant daughter in the back seat. A strong odor of marijuana was detected by police, leading to the arrest of the man for childhood
endangerment and other vehicular charges. Also found in the vehicle was a small bag of a white substance believed to be cocaine.
A Harrison man was placed under arrest for consumption of alcohol in public after police responded to a report of an
A driver was arrested for marijuana use and possession after police walked up to a pulled-over vehicle on Anderson Hill Road. The driver was found to be rolling a joint in the driver’s seat, and upon opening his window, a strong smell of the drug came from the vehicle.
Police arrested a man after it was found he had 10 suspensions in New York State, mostly dealing with failures to pay fines and answer summonses. An arrest warrant was also issued in September 2010 for the man’s arrest for assault and criminal mischief. He was processed and charged with assault in the third degree and criminal mischief in the fourth degree regarding the warrant.
A Mamaroneck woman was pulled over by police after a license plate reader revealed a suspended registration. The operator had her vehicle impounded after it was found her registration was suspended for failure to pay a summons.
Police pulled a man over after witnessing his vehicle swaying on Mamaroneck Avenue. A background check after he was pulled over revealed five suspensions on his license for failure to answer summonses. He was placed under arrest for aggravated
unlicensed operation in the second degree.