Police Blotter: Mamaroneck 5-2-2014

Collected at the Village of Mamaroneck Police Station on Thursday, April 24, at 9:45 a.m.


April 5

At 8:15 a.m., a person reported someone entered their Halstead Avenue premises and took two leaf blowers. The approximate value of the missing machines is $1,400. No one was found responsible.


April 6

At 5:57 a.m., a 911 caller reported a verbal dispute with a group of males at a Mamaroneck Avenue location. Units were dispatched and requested EMS to tend to an intoxicated male upon arrival. He was transported to the hospital by Mamaroneck EMS.


April 7

At 8:41 a.m., a complainant reported speedometers and tachometers were missing from a business location on Hoyt Avenue, which had a value of approximately $10,000.


April 10

A woman called the village police at 10:53 a.m. to inform police that her vehicle, which was parked on Raleigh Road, had been broken into the night before. Her camera and sunglasses were reported stolen, but they have not yet been found.


April 11

At 9:18 a.m., a 50-year-old Mamaroneck Town resident was issued a summons for operating a taxi without a license and for unlicensed operation.


A 20-year-old female from Hempstead was charged with five counts of forgery in the first degree and criminal possession of a forged instrument also in the first degree at 1:57 p.m. The female went to five different businesses and paid for items using counterfeit bills. Her accomplice, a 23-year-old male from Hempstead, was also charged with five counts of forgery in the first degree.


At 5:45 p.m., a person reported her wallet containing multiple debit and credit cards and $5 in cash was stolen.


April 12

At 12:05 a.m., a person called 911 to report a fight in progress on West Boston Post Road. The responding unit requested EMS presence to tend to the two aided cases. Both parties involved, a male, age 42, and a female, age 16, are Mamaroneck Town residents. They were both charged with assault for engaging in a physical altercation with each other. The female was taken to the hospital for a laceration to her eye.


An officer at Station Plaza took a man into custody due to his violation to a village code at 3:02 p.m. The officer charged a 60-year-old homeless man with possession of an open container containing alcohol.


April 13

A 911 call at 12:28 a.m. explained a verbal dispute with a male on Mamaroneck Avenue. Reporting units canvassed the area, but did not find the man. The officers then spoke with the caller who did not remember if he called the police.


A fight in progress within a group of males and females was reported on Center Avenue at 1:17 a.m. Units were dispatched to the scene but found that there was no fight happening and the accused group of males and females were gone upon the officer’s arrival. An officer spoke with the caller, who was uncooperative.


A Mamaroneck Village resident was charged with a DWI at 7:50 p.m. The man, 31, was released on $100 bail and a court date was set.


April 18

A 25-year-old male from Miami, Fla., was charged with a DWI at 2:18 a.m. after a traffic stop violation. The man was released on $100 bail and was required to appear in court.


A woman called the police station at 10:15 a.m. to inform them of a verbal dispute along West Boston Post Road. The caller said that she heard people arguing, but could not see them. Officers were dispatched to the location, but did not find anyone in a verbal dispute.


At 7:49 p.m., units were detailed to Knollwood Avenue on a report of a village code violation. Landscapers were said to be using leaf blowers, but this was unfounded.


April 19

A village officer reported a possible fight in progress at 8:38 p.m. Prosecution was declined.


April 21

At 7:02 p.m., units were detailed to Hommocks Road on a report of a residential burglary. Officers canvassed the interior of the residence, yielding negative results for suspects. Complainant reported that an unknown person entered their residence without permission and a Nintendo game, valuing $300, was taken.


April 22

Officers were detailed to Delancy Avenue after receiving notice that a person was selling products without a license. The party was referred to Village Hall to obtain proper permits.