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BeerThis week, there was another kind of illegal drinking in the village. Cases of beer were reported stolen from the Popham Road CVS by a man and woman who brazenly removed the beer without paying for it Aug. 25. As per video surveillance, the man and woman entered the store with an empty shopping bag in the woman’s hand. They walked directly to the beer section. Two minutes later, they are seen leaving the store. The man is carrying a case of beer, and the woman is seen carrying several bags over her shoulder. They were described as a Hispanic man wearing a red shirt and a small, round, black hat, and a light-skinned Hispanic woman wearing a black shirt and pants, a black hat with lettering and sneakers. Police canvassed the area for the suspects but did not find them.

Criminal mischief
Thee post office employees reported damage to their personal vehicles parked in the rear lot of the Chase Road post office Aug. 20.

Scams
On Aug. 22, a Sage Terrace man said he sent a MoneyGram to an alleged Facebook seller of concert tickets on Aug. 13, but he did not receive the tickets. The seller was located in France. The man already contacted MoneyGram and advised he was in the process of receiving a refund; however he needed a police report.

On Aug. 22, a Brite Avenue woman advised she was the victim of a rental scam. She said she sent money to a person posing as a property owner of a property listed on a Vacation Rentals by Owner site. A total of $3,128 plus a $40 transfer fee was wired to a bank in England, for the alleged property rental, on Aug. 21. On Aug. 21, the woman received an email from the website expressing concern about the validity of the property listing. She contacted a site administrator and was informed the wire transfer was not in fact sent to the property’s real owner but to a person who had assumed the owner’s identity for fraudulent reasons. She attempted to stop the wire transfer by contacting her bank. She is waiting to see if her money will be returned.

An adult son reported someone out-of-state defrauded his mother out of a substantial amount of money Aug. 24.

Identity theft
On Aug. 23, a Clarence Road man reported his wallet, ID and credit cards had been lost on a train from Grand Central Station to Scarsdale on Aug. 21, and the following day, fraudulent transactions appeared on his credit cards.

On Aug. 23, a Greenacres Avenue woman reported changes to her address had been attempted on one of her store credit card accounts. She notified the credit card company, and the account was closed.

Damage
A man driving a Budget rental truck with a trailer carrying a Mercedes Benz pulled into the parking lot of Hitchcock Church and attempted to turn around Aug. 24. The attempt was unsuccessful, and the church’s stone wall was struck and sustained heavy damage. As per recorded video, the driver exited the truck, assessed the damage and attempted to unhitch the trailer, causing further damage. The driver then unloaded the Mercedes and maneuvered the truck and empty trailer out of the parking lot. This caused more damage to the wall. The driver then returned and drove off in the Mercedes.

Arguments
A father called police to report his son and daughter were arguing and he could not control them Aug. 22. When police arrived the kids were in their separate bedrooms and no longer arguing with each other. The kids agreed to stay away from each other for the rest of the evening. No further police intervention was necessary.

Police stood by while two people argued over a broken window on Garth Road Aug. 26. While police were on scene, the people reached an agreement regarding the window repair.

Out of jurisdiction
On Aug. 23, a woman walked into the substation on East Parkway and requested help in reporting her nephew, from Philadelphia, as a missing person. Police advised her to contact Philadelphia police.

On Aug. 23, a caller from Massachusetts was asking for help in checking the welfare of her fiancé, whom she had been unable to reach all day. The fiancé’s phone “pinged” in Scarsdale but no specific location was given. The fiancé’s parents lived in White Plains, the caller said. Police advised the caller to contact White Plains police to perform a welfare check.

Directions
A driver called 911 to say he was lost on his way from Florida to Massachusetts Aug. 24. He provided patrol with the intersection of where he was -- Mamaroneck Road and Griffen Avenue – and police provided directions back to the highway.

Fire hydrant
An illegal hookup to a fire hydrant was observed on Black Birch Lane Aug. 24.Police ordered the responsible party to stop and issued the party a summons.

Cars and roadways
A village tree fell on Dickel Road and damaged a parked 2007 Audi Aug. 21. Police notified the owner, and the highway department removed the tree.

A parked black BMW was left with its engine running for several hours on Scarsdale Avenue Aug. 21. Police were able to turn off the car’s engine and secure the car.
Police stood by while the highway department replaced a partially dislodged manhole cover at Post and Kingston roads Aug. 22.

A trick driver advised he accidentally pulled down wires while driving on Dolma Road Aug. 22.

Police notified Verizon about fallen wires on Cohawney Road and Winslow Place Aug. 23.

Police issued summonses to an illegally parked car on Lee Road Aug. 23.

Patrol stood by while a flat tire was changed on Heathcote Road Aug. 23.

A moving truck knocked down wires on Kingston Road Aug. 24. Police reported it to Verizon.

Police issued a summons to a car parked too close to a stop sign on Haverford Road at Weaver Street Aug. 24.

A caller complained of a dangerous road worksite oat Post and Crane roads Aug. 24. On scene, patrol observed multiple flaggers, but some of the flaggers were standing in locations where drivers could not see them. This was causing dangerous head-on collision risks. Police spoke to the job foreman and instructed him to correct the situation immediately.

Optimum was notified about a fallen fiber optic cable on Corell Road Aug. 24.

Police helped a young driver contact a tow truck and the driver’s mother after the driver hit the curb and sustained a flat tire at Walworth and Greenacres avenues Aug. 24.

Seven car accidents were reported in the village this week.

Dogs and cat
A white car reportedly struck a dog on Harvest Drive Aug. 20. The dog’s owners took the dog to an animal hospital.

Police collected a lost dog from Fenimore Road Aug. 21. Later the owner called headquarters to report her dog had gotten lost. Police reunited the dog with its owner via pickup from hired help. Police presented the hired help with a summons written to the owner for having a dog at large.

A caller reported a lost cat on Post Road Aug. 24. Police provided the caller with the phone number for New Rochelle Human Society.

Patrol notified a Lee Road resident that his dog was baking for a long period of time, as reported by neighbors, Aug. 25. The resident said he would come home and address the situation.

Village code
Police issued summonses to workers using gas-powered blowers on Hickory Lane, Hutchinson Avenue and Montrose, Hampton and Sycamore roads Aug. 20 and on Hamilton Road Aug. 21.
Police issued a summons to an educational tutoring company that illegally posted a sign on Post Road Aug. 24.
Police dispersed kids from Potter Road after dark Aug. 26.
Police dispersed kids from Potter Road after dark after a homeowner reported seeing people on her property via her home security system Aug. 26.

Lost and found
On Aug. 20, a White Road woman reported losing her driver’s license while travelling.

On Aug. 20, a man who wished to remain anonymous reported finding a black leather wallet near the parking meters on Depot Place. Police attempted to notify the owner but could not reach him. Police vouchered the wallet for safekeeping.

On Aug. 21, an elderly East Parkway woman reported losing her purse in either an Uber driver’s car or in the Lord and Taylor store in Eastchester. Patrol called Lord and Taylor, and an employee found the purse in the shoe department. Police picked up the purse and returned it to the woman. The woman confirmed nothing was missing.

On Aug. 22, a Myrtledale Road woman reported losing her Social Security card in June. Police advised her to report the matter to the Social Security Administration.

Firefighters
According to Scarsdale Fire Chief James Seymour, firefighters responded to 25 incidents last week. Seymour shared the following narratives, below:

On Aug. 21, an attic fan overheated in a Meadow Road house, causing smoke and a burning odor. Firefighters disconnected the fan and advised the resident to replace the motor. Firefighters ventilated the house.

On Aug. 23, firefighters responded to a car accident, with injuries, on the Hutchinson River Parkway.

On Aug. 23, firefighters assisted Hartsdale firefighters with fire overhaul on Central Avenue.

On Aug. 24, elevated levels of carbon monoxide were detected in a Montrose Road house due to a malfunctioning boiler in the basement. Firefighters stood by for Con Edison and ventilated the house.

On Aug. 26, firefighters investigated a smoking outlet on the floor of a coffee machine area in a store on Scarsdale Avenue. The outlet had apparently gotten wet and therefore malfunctioned. Firefighters shut power to the outlet and advised the manager to contact an electrician.

This report, covering police and fire department activity from Aug. 20-26, has been compiled from official information.

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claritanShoplifting: An employee of the Popham Road CVS reported a woman took a large amount of various allergy medications from the store and left without paying Aug. 16. Medications, valued at $2,500, included Claritin, Allegra, Flonase and Xyzal. The suspect was described as a black woman with blonde hair, approximately 5’10” tall. The suspect was last seen heading in the direction of Central Park Avenue. Video footage from the store shows the woman entering the store with a bag and leaving the store without purchasing anything.

An employee of the Popham Road CVS reported a woman came into the store and left with three cases of beer that she did not pay for. The suspect was described ad a white woman with reddish-brown hair, approximately 5’6” tall and wearing blue jeans, black flip flops and a light blue tank top. She was last seen entering a red Hyundai that left in the direction of Edgemont. The manger left the store in pursuit of the woman but was unable to catch her.

Stolen iPads
On Aug. 14, an employee of Scarsdale Schools reported equipment had been stolen from the high school. Missing equipment included three iPad Air 2 devices and one iPad (128G). Each device was valued at $499. The 128G iPad was delivered to the school, with a shipment of 450 iPads, around July 15. It was discovered missing when inventory was being taken. Also found missing was an iPad charger, delivered to the school in another shipment around the same time and stored in the same room as the iPads. According to Apple, the iPad had not yet been activated.

Stolen Artwork
A reproduction of a piece of art by Roy Lichtenstein was reported stolen from a Birch Lane house Aug. 16. It was valued at $2,000. Police are following up.

Arrest
On Aug. 16, policed arrested Jose Alejandro Tineo, 31, of White Plains, on charges of using a rental vehicle without ignition interlock, second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle (with three or more suspensions, operation of a motor vehicle by an unlicensed driver, moving from lane unsafely and failure to use a designated lane. The arrest occurred after police noticed Tineo’s 2004 BMW straddle two lanes on Post Road, drive unnaturally slowly, almost strike a passing car and drive in the lane of oncoming traffic. All of this was observed while police were on routine patrol. Police pulled behind Tineo’s car and activated the patrol car’s lights and sirens, thinking the driver might be having a medical emergency. At that time, Tineo’s car drifted across two lanes, drove over the curb and onto grass. Since the car was travelling so slowly, there was no visible property damage. Police went to the driver’s side window and had Tineo put the car in park and shut off the ignition. Tineo told police he felt like his heart was racing. He was transported to White Plains Hospital Center for evaluation and accompanied by police. A check of Tineo’s DMV record revealed the license was not in effect due to 19 suspensions, with 15 scoffs on seven different dates. Additionally, because Tineo had been convicted of an aggravated DWI offense in July of 2015, he had been ordered to only drive cars with an ignition interlock device – which he was not doing. Emergency room staff decided to admit Tineo to the hospital for further treatment. Police arrested Tineo while he was at the hospital and stayed with him, providing constant supervision, as he was transferred to a room. In the meantime, Tineo’s car was impounded and a small, white, rock-like substance wrapped in plastic and a single, loose, re-rolled cigarette were confiscated from the car. The items were vouchered and secured for further investigation. Tineo was issued an appearance ticket for Scarsdale Village Justice Court, returnable on Sept. 5, and he was released on $200 cash bail.

On Aug. 17, police arrested Andrew I. Coleman, 50, of New Rochelle, on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, operation of a motor vehicle by an unlicensed driver and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle with three or more suspensions. The arrest occurred after Coleman’s 2013 Jeep caused a license plate reader to sound in a patrol car conducting traffic enforcement on Weaver Street. The reader indicated Coleman’s license had been suspended on Dec. 16, 2017, for an insurance lapse. Coleman was arrested, and his car was impounded, He was released on $250 cash bail, posted by a friend, with an appearance ticket for Scarsdale Village Justice Court, returnable on Aug. 29.

Identity theft
On Aug. 13, a Saxon Woods Road man reported an unknown person had opened a fraudulent BJ’s store card in his name. The man learned about the card after receiving calls from a collection agency, attempting to collect unpaid charges of $326.26. He attempted to follow up with BJ’s staff and was advised to file a police report.

Trespassing
On Aug. 16, a Colvin Road resident reported someone had been on her property without her permission while she was on vacation from Aug. 6 – 16. She deduced this because she found refuse left behind on her rear yard.

Bug bite
An Ardmore Road resident called 911 because he was having an allergic reaction to a bug bite Aug. 16. While on the phone, the resident’s mother could be heard in the background, and the resident then told police his mother would drive him to the hospital. Patrol asked several times if the resident was sure of his decision, or if he wanted an ambulance dispatched to his address. The resident said he was sure he wanted his mother to drive him to the hospital.

Help
Patrol helped an Ardmore Road woman open her front door after she reported the door was stuck Aug. 13.

At the request of AAA, police checked on an elderly couple waiting for a tow on Mamaroneck Road Aug. 13. The couple was OK, and police provided them with the number for headquarters in case they needed further assistance.

Police checked the welfare of a 93-year-ol Tisdale Road woman after her son called headquarters, stating he was unable to reach his mother on Aug. 14. The mother was OK. She was having phone problems and said she would use a neighbor’s phone to call her son.

An elderly woman fell in her house and needed help getting back into bed Aug. 18. Police notified Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps for assistance.

Health aides
Patrol helped mediate a discussion between an elderly man and a home health aide who was told to leave when she showed up to her first day of work Aug. 15. Patrol spoke with the man, and he eventually agreed to let the health aide stay. Later, the man called police again to say he wanted a different aide. The man’s wife then came home and intervened in the matter. She said the health aide was finishing her shift and would be relieved by another aide in approximately four hours. The aide was permitted to stay to the end of her shift. On Aug. 18, the same man called police again. This time, he complained about another health aide whom he did not want at his house. The man’s wife advised him to let the aide finish his shift. She also advised her husband that he is required to have an aide with him at all times.

Homeless
On Aug. 18, police helped a man who walked into headquarters looking for assistance getting to a local shelter. As a courtesy, police drove the man to a shelter in White Plains.

A homeless man was reported at Depot Place Aug. 18. Patrol went to the scene and spoke with the man. The man said he was “just sitting on the park bench and writing on my book.” Patrol advised the man the park closed at sunset. The man advised he did not need any medical attention or further assistance.

Cars and roadways
Police notified an electrician about a malfunctioning traffic light at Crane Road and Woodland Place Aug. 13.

A Carthage Road man complained about construction vehicles parked on his street Aug. 13. None of the vehicles were in violation of parking rules, but police asked the workers to move their vehicles away from the man’s driveway, as a courtesy, Aug. 13.
Callers were concerned about a woman walking on Weaver Street Aug. 13. Patrol saw the woman, who was walking on the sidewalk, and confirmed she did not need any help.

Police stood by while a driver waited on Post Road for his father to drop off gasoline after the driver’s car ran out of gas Aug. 14.

Police notified the highway department about a pothole at Post and Murray Hill roads Aug. 15.

Police issued a parking summons to the owner of a car parked in front of a fire hydrant on Walworth Avenue Aug. 16.

On Aug. 16, a Crane Road church employee reported an unknown car with Pennsylvania license plates had been parked in the church lot for “some time.” Police ran the license plate number, and it came back clean. Police provided the employee with the number of a towing service in case church administration chose to take action and remove the car.

A tree fell across train tracks near Depot Place Aug. 16. Patrol notified MTA police.
Patrol assisted a truck driver maneuver his large vehicles out of Depot Place Aug. 16.

Patrol notified the highway department about a fallen tree branch on Overhill Road and a fallen tree on Park Road, for purposes of removal, Aug. 17.

A man called 911 from the parking lot of Buy Buy Baby on Central Park Avenue, stating his car caught fire while he was trying to jump it, Aug. 17. As per protocol, police transferred the call to the county’s fire dispatch system in order to get the person the quickest possible help.

Highway workers removed a fallen tree from Walworth Avenue Aug. 17.

A fallen primary wire was sparking on Brite Avenue Aug. 18.

Con Edison was notified about a fallen primary wires at Brite Avenue and Butler and Chesterfield roads Aug. 18.

On Aug. 18, police erected temporary stop signs at the intersection of Fenimore Road and Walworth Avenue due to a traffic light that was disabled due to a power outage in the area.

Patrol marked a low hanging limb over Reimer and Murray Hill roads with caution tape and notified the highway department Aug. 18.

Police called an electrician to reset a flashing traffic light at Woodland Place and Crane Road Aug. 18.

Eight car accidents were reported in the village this week.

Civil matter
A landscaping truck damaged a Brittany Close mailbox Aug. 14. The landscaper offered to pay for a full replacement of the mailbox, and the homeowner agreed.

Animals
Police reunited a lost white dog with its Fenimore Road owner Aug. 13.

A coyote was observed on Crossway Field, off Mamaroneck Road, Aug. 14. It did not appear to be injured or ill.

A caller reported a rabbit had been hit by a car but was still alive on Carstensen Road Aug. 18. Patrol went to the area and found a dead rabbit on a private driveway. Police notified a resident of the house, for purposes of disposal, since the rabbit was then on private property.

Village code
Neighbors complained of noise from a loud generator on Shawnee Road Aug. 18.

The homeowner said they were not aware they were not allowed to have a generator running constantly while they were without power. Neither the homeowner nor patrol knew how to shut off the generator, since it was programmed to automatically come on in the case of a power outage. The homeowner told patrol he would contact his electrician to address the situation.
Police issued a summons to landscapers using gas-powered leaf blowers on Fox Meadow Road Aug. 15 and Butler and Fox Meadow roads and Wayside Lane Aug. 16.

Found
A red gas can with a plastic bag stuffed into the nozzle was found on a Carthage Road property Aug. 15. The homeowner said she would contact contractors working on her house to see if the can belonged to them.

Firefighters
Firefighters responded to 40 incidents this past week, including three car accidents and 21 false alarms.

On Aug. 14, firefighters shut water to a Sherbrooke Road house to stop water from leaking from a broken cold-water valve on a bathroom sink.

On Aug. 15, firefighters helped a resident retrieve a misguided drone that had fallen into a gutter.

An unknown odor, described a sulfur, on Griffen Avenue, was determined to be the scent of mulch Aug. 15.

Firefighters notified Con Edison about elevated levels of carbon monoxide in a Brewster Road boiler room Aug. 17. Firefighters had originally been called to the house for a water leak when they detected the carbon monoxide. Water department personnel were addressing the water problem.

A fallen electrical power line was burning in a Brite Avenue front yard Aug. 18.

Firefighters secured the area and notified Con Edison. They stood by for Con Edison for approximately 10 hours, until Con Edison finally arrived on the scene.

Firefighters determined an Old Orchard Lane house had a clogged sewer line Aug. 18. They advised the resident to call a plumber.

Am Olmsted Road resident was unable to get inside her house through her garage due to a power failure in the area Aug. 18. Firefighters were able to successfully find a way into the house to let the resident in.

An odor of rotten eggs in a Brite Avenue house led firefighters to an open sewer trap in the basement Aug. 18. Firefighters confirmed there was no carbon monoxide gas in the house and advised the homeowner to call a plumber.

A gas-fired generator was venting near the basement of a Brite Avenue house, causing elevated levels of carbon monoxide Aug. 18. Firefighters notified Con Edison and stood by. In the meantime, they ventilated the house and shut power to the generator.

At another Brite Avenue house, a gas-fired generator was also released carbon monoxide into the house, due to its position near a louvered air vent in the basement, Aug. 18. Due to the resident’s need for generator power related to a medical condition, firefighters helped the resident temporarily seal the louvered vent to prevent exhaust from entering the basement. The resident said she would contact the generator’s vendor and request that the generator be repositioned.

A basement sump pump overheated in a Claremont Road crawl space due to a float switch failure. This caused light smoke to be released into the house Aug. 18. Firefighters disconnected the sump pump and advised the resident to have the flat switch repaired.

Firefighters shut off a malfunctioning hot water heater that was emitting carbon monoxide into a Fox Meadow Road house Aug. 19. They ventilated the house and stood by for Con Edison.

This report covering police and fire department activity from Aug. 13-19 has been compiled from official information.

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spraypaintGraffiti: On Aug. 4, a Thornwood Place resident reported someone spray-painted a “lewd drawing” on her patio during the past week. Patrol investigated the drawing, and described it as an infinity symbol with an arrow pointing toward Corell Park. Police documented the incident.

Domestic matters
A resident called police, stating his brother was in a “rage” July 31. Police went to the house and spoke with the caller’s brother and his mother. They said they were arguing about living expenses at college and whether or not the brother should live on campus. The dispute was verbal in nature. No further police assistance was needed.

A mother called police requesting assistance with a disagreement she was having with her son over a parenting issue Aug. 4. Patrol spoke with her and her son. The son said he sometimes disagrees with his parents’ house rules. Mother and son agreed to resolve the matter without police intervention.

Missing table
On July 30, a Chase Road business manager reported on table rented for a recent sidewalk sale had been stolen from the front of her store after it had been left outside for pickup. Later, the manger called police to say the table had been found in the front hall of a building and returned to the rental company.

Expired rental
A Scarsdale Avenue Avis rental car agent reported a customer rented a car from May 31 to June 7, but the customer still had not returned the car. Patrol advised the manager to notify the customer in writing, via certified mail, in order to follow proper procedure for filing a criminal complaint.

Hide and seek
A woman called police because she could not find her three-year-old daughter. Police checked the interior of the woman’s house with the woman. At that time, the woman found her daughter hiding behind a window treatment in an upstairs bedroom. Everything was determined to be in good order.

Where are you?
At 2:20 a.m., Aug. 1, a woman called police, asking for assistance in locating her teenage son. She used her iPhone’s “Find My Phone” app to approximate a location of where her phone and ostensibly her son were located. When police arrived, the iPhone app was no longer identifying a location for the phone. In the meantime, however, the woman located her son at a friend’s house, where her son said he fell asleep.

No photos
The property manager of a Heathcote Road church reported a man came into the church office requesting to take photos of the inside of the church July 31. His finger was reportedly bleeding when he inquired about taking photos. The man then asked the manager for a recommendation about where he could eat breakfast and was directed to the village. The manager told the man he was not permitted on church property again and called police to report the matter, which he deemed suspicious. Shortly thereafter, the man called headquarters four times and asked why he was not permitted to photograph the inside of the church. After that, the man flagged down a patrol car at Post and Mamaroneck roads. He explained he was an artist who photographs churches. He said he left his contact information with the church manager and was hoping the manager would change his mind and allow the man to take pictures inside the church for a project. In the meantime, he said he wanted to have breakfast in town.

Neighbors
On Aug.1, a Greenacres Avenue woman reported concern over “numerous negative interactions with a neighbor. The woman said the negative interaction occurred after a property line dispute approximately three years ago. The interactions involve the woman’s husband and the neighbor. She acknowledged that no criminal activity had occurred but asked police to speak with her neighbor in order to prevent escalation of the matter. Police left a voicemail for the neighbor.

Help
Patrol encountered a teenage boy walking in a bathrobe on Mamaroneck Road at 1:30 a.m., Aug. 2. The boy said his girlfriend had just broken up with him, and he was feeling depressed. Patrol drove the boy home, and his father took custody of him. No further assistance was needed.

On Aug. 4, police helped a home health aide calm an agitated patient suffering from a mental disorder. A neighbor assisted.

Key
A Tisdale Road man returned from vacation and found a broken key in his front door Aug. 5. Upon investigation, the man realized the key was his own key. He had not realized the lock had malfunctioned and his key had broken off inside the canister.

Noise
Police determined that noise coming from an Obry Drive screened porch was caused by raccoons Aug. 5.

Dressing room commotion
Store employees from LF store, on Boniface Circle, called police, stating two customers entered dressing rooms with their personal bags, in violation of store policy. When the employee told the women that their bags were not allowed in the dressing rooms, the women got angry and accused the store employees of racism. The woman allegedly said, “You’re racist. We’re not allowed to bring our bags into the dressing [because you’re] thinking we’re going to steal the stuff.” The two women eventually purchased items and left the store. Police advised the store employees to post signs near the dressing rooms, stating the store policy of “no personal bags allowed in dressing rooms.”

Cars and roadways
Police advised construction workers to move their vehicles to locations that did not impede traffic flow on Ridgecrest North July 30.

Patrol notified Verizon about a fallen wire on Richbell Road July 30.

Patrol removed a low-hanging branch from Church Lane July 30.

Branches from a tree fell in a Mamaroneck Road yard July 31. The homeowner alleged they were from a Village tree; however, this could not be determined.

A fire hydrant on Park Road was struck by a car July 31. The water department followed up for repair.

Verizon was notified about a low-hanging wire on Walworth Avenue July 31.
Police notified Optimum about a fallen wire on Ogden Road July 31.

Westchester County police were dispatched to address a tractor-trailer reported to be on the Hutchinson River Parkway, north of Weaver Street, Aug. 1.

Patrol notified the NYS Department of Transportation about a defective traffic light in need of replacement at Post Road and Huntington Avenue Aug. 1.

On Aug. 2, police called a tow for a disabled vehicle on Mamaroneck Road.

A resident reported a fallen Verizon wire on Bradley Road Aug. 3. A witness said an insulation delivery drug knocked the wire to the ground. Patrol spoke to construction workers at a nearby job site. They provided police with the number of their boss, in order to question him about any recent insulation deliveries.

Police removed a fallen branch from Kelwynne Road Aug. 4.

On Aug. 4, police issued summonses to a 38-year-old driver from Bridgeport, Conn,, who was driving with a suspended registration and no insurance. The driver also admitted he did not have a valid driver’s license. Police removed the car’s license plates, and the car was towed to the driver’s address.

A Myrtledale Road resident reported a “suspicious” NYC cab parked on the street between two houses at 6 a.m., Aug. 5. Patrol spoke with the cab driver who stated he was had parked to “Facetime” his mother after dropping off a fare.

Six car accidents were reported in the village this week.

Village code
Police issued summonses to landscapers using gas-powered leaf blowers on Fox Meadow and Kingston roads July 30 and Carthage Lane Aug. 2.

Residents complained of noise from a Potter Road generator July 30. Police contacted the homeowner who was staying at a hotel due to heavy damage at her house. She apologized for the generator’s noise and gave police permission to turn it off. She said she would advise her contractor to turn off the generator after using it, in order to avoid similar incidents in the future.

A man soliciting for a pest control company was issued a summons for soliciting without a permit on Nelson Road July 31.

A neighbor complained that a Cooper Road man left cardboard curbside in possible violation of village code Aug. 1. The man told police the cardboard had been scheduled for pickup that day, but it had been overlooked by sanitation crews. Patrol left a note for the highway department to pick up the cardboard when possible. Highway workers then contacted police and stated the cardboard pickup was actually scheduled for the following week. Police then informed the man to bring the cardboard back inside his house and wait for pickup the following week.

Patrol advised a party host in the area of Lockwood Road and School Lane that neighbors complained of loud party music Aug. 1. She apologized and advised she would make sure to keep the volume down.

Two Johnson Road landscapers reported to be using gas-powered blowers in violation of village code were determined to be using battery-powered blowers specifically purchased to comply with village code Aug. 2.

Police advised Walworth Avenue solicitors from “Teen Challenge” that they needed a permit to solicit in the village Aug. 2. The company had a valid permit from Eastchester, but not from Scarsdale.

Post Road and Crossway landscapers reported to be using gas-powered blowers in violation of village code were determined to be using gas-powered lawn mowers, which are permissible under village code, Aug. 3.

Police issued a summons to the owner of a house for sale, in which a generator was left running, Aug. 4. Firefighters shut off the generator.

Lost and found
A Sycamore Road man found a set of keys on a ring with a White Plains GMC/Buick dealership tag and gave them to the dealership for possible return to their owner Aug. 1. He notified police for documentation purposes.
A person found a wallet on Wilmot Road, and police returned it to its owner Aug. 2.

The parking enforcement officer found a credit card on East Parkway Aug. 2, and police are holding it for safekeeping at headquarters. Patrol informed the creditor of the card’s status.

A woman reported losing her gold and diamond Chopard watch at Peony Nail and Day Spa, on Scarsdale Avenue, July 25. She reported the incident to police Aug. 4. The watch was valued at $7,190.

A Westview Lane man reported finding a cell phone near his mailbox on the street Aug. 4. Patrol called a number in the contact list and reached a postal employee. The Employee said the phone belonged to one of the postal employees and had been reported as lost. The employee would be sent to headquarters for pickup.

Police found a set of keys on Harwood Court and vouchered them at headquarters for safekeeping Aug. 5.

Firefighters
According to Fire Chief James Seymour, Scarsdale firefighters responded to 31 incidents this past week. Seymour shared details of the more notable incidents, as listed below.

Firefighters stood by for Con Edison at the site of a gas leak on Spencer Place July 30. They shut the gas supply and ventilated the area. Tenants were notified to remove combustibles from storage area as a safety precaution.

Firefighters assisted at a car accident on East Parkway by cleaning a fluid spill from the roadway Aug. 1.

Firefighters helped a resident, who was locked out of her house, get back inside Aug. 1.

This report covering police and fire department activity from July 30 – Aug. 5 has been compiled from official information.

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outlet fireAn electrical fire broke out in the kitchen of a Murray Hill Road house. Firefighters were called to the scene by an automatic fire alarm around 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 11. Looking through windows, firefighters observed smoke throughout the first floor of the house. Firefighters forced open the kitchen door and saw visible fire starting at the electrical wall switch and extending up to the ceiling. A hose line was stretched across the street and used to extinguish the main body of the fire. Firefighters’ quick efforts managed to contain the fire damage to the location of origin. Firefighters checked for extension and shut power to the electrical panel. Volunteers, and mutual aid firefighters from other jurisdictions were called in for assistance and to help with overhaul. Con Edison and the water department shut utility services to the house. The Westchester County Cause and Origin team was dispatched. It was determined the cause of the fire was accidental and due to an electrical issue. Since a rear patio door was ajar, police were called to check the scene. No signs of criminality were observed. The homeowners were notified about the situation and arrived on scene for a debriefing.

Arrests
On Aug. 10, police arrested Emmanuel Gonzalez, 25, of New Rochelle, on charges of driving while intoxicated (first offense), operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of at least .08 of one percent (first offense), moving from lane unsafely, and speeding in zone. The arrest followed policed observation of Gonzalez’s 2003 Honda Accord speeding and swerving over pavement markings on Weaver Street at approximately 12:45 a.m. Police conducted traffic stop, and Gonzalez said he had just dropped off a friend in White Plains. Gonzalez’s breath smelled of alcohol; his eyes were glassy and bloodshot; but he told police he had not consumed any alcoholic beverages. He was asked to perform field sobriety tests, and he failed them. An alco-sensor pre-screening test indicated a blood alcohol level of .12 of one percent. At that point, police arrested Gonzalez. He was taken to headquarters and agreed to take a Datamaster test, which measured his blood alcohol at .11 of one percent. He was released on his own recognizance, with an appearance ticket for Scarsdale Village Justice Court, returnable Aug. 15. Hi car was secured in a parking lot on Weaver Street.

On Aug. 6, Scarsdale police arrested Kaspars Giberts, 27, of undisclosed residence, after Giberts attempted to pick up a UPS package that was not in his name at the Scarsdale Shell gas station on Scarsdale Avenue Aug. 6. Investigation determined that the item in the package had been fraudulently purchased used an identity theft victim’s personal information. It was further determined that the package was rerouted from the victim’s address to the Scarsdale Shell station for interception. Giberts was in possession of fraudulent government-issued Visa cards when intercepted by police. Giberts was charged with four counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument.

Stolen
On Aug. 9, a New York City daughter reported her 93-year-old mother’s jewelry had been unlawfully removed from her mother’s house on Shawnee Road sometime in the past. Approximately 15 pieces of jewelry in a red jewelry case were stolen. The pieces included diamond, pearl, and emerald pins, rings, bracelets and necklaces. The case was last seen May 4 and discovered missing Aug. 1. The mother and daughter searched the entire house for the case before concluding it had been stolen.

Identity Theft
On Aug. 7, a South Church Lane woman reported fraudulent charges on her American Express credit card. She said the charges might be related to personal information she revealed to an unknown person, via a possibly fraudulent email received about alleged problems with her Apple password. As per the email’s instructions, the woman shared her Social Security number and credit card number. American Express alerted her of possible fraudulent activity, and the account was closed.

Phones
An Olmsted Road woman asked police to help her since both her cell phone and landline phone were not working Aug. 8. Patrol went to the woman’s house and was able to get the woman’s cell phone operational. She said she would call Verizon about the landline with her working cell phone. She thanked patrol for the assistance,

Intervention
A resident with dementia called police because he wanted his live-in health aide to leave Aug. 8. The resident’s wife said she wanted the health aide to stay, and she showed police a court order specifying 24/7 care for her husband. Patrol spoke with the resident, and the resident agreed to let the health aide stay.

Bikes
A Gaylor Road man reported someone left a Lime Bike in his front yard Aug. 6 and had yet to reclaim it by Aug. 9. Patrol advised the man he could move the bike from his property to another location. Patrol explained that the bikes could be accessed via an app that unlocks the bike for the next rider and that the bikes do not have to be returned to any specific location.

A bicycle was locked to a parking meter on East Parkway Aug. 9. Police left a note on the bike, instructing the owner to move the bicycle within 48 hours; otherwise, it would be impounded.

Key
A postal worker reported finding a key in a door lock of a Carthage Road house. When the postal worker knocked at the door, he received no reply. Patrol went to the house and found the homeowner reading on the back porch. She said she did not hear the postal worker knocking at the door. She thanked police for returning her key.

Suspicious
While conducting burglary patrol at 4 a.m., Aug. 8, police noticed a gray Chevy Pacifica with a temporary Texas dealer tag parked in front of a Colonial Drive house. Further investigation proved the car’s hood to be hot to the touch, and water was observed to be dripping from the A/C system onto the street. The car had rusted wheels and dirt all over its exterior. A cell phone and NYS ID were observed in plain view on the center console of the car, and the car was noted to be parked more than 12 inches away from the curb and unlocked. Due to the way the car was parked and the fact that the engine was still warm, police believed the operator might be on foot in the area and possibly engaged in criminal activity. Police backup arrived, and officers canvassed the area, with negative results. A traffic citation ticket issued out of New Rochelle was observed in plain view in the car, and patrol was able to obtain a name and birthdate of a 24-year-old person residing in New Rochelle. Police attempted to run the VIN number but were unsuccessful in getting any results. Police documented details about the car to aid in future investigation, should any criminal activity be reported in the area in the near future. Police additionally issued a summons to the operator for parking more than 12 inches away from the curb.

A woman reported the driver of a suspicious black SUV, parked in the area of Bansom and Springdale roads, appeared to be watching her house from 9 a.m. to after 5: 30 p.m., Aug. 11. Police spoke with the driver of the SUV who said he was in the area conducting “private business.”

On Aug. 12, a Wildwood Road resident reported a person sitting in a parked black Nissan for approximately two days. . Police spoke with the driver of the Nissan who said he was in the area conducting “private business.”

Broken Window
A village employee was mowing grass at Popham and Post roads when the mower kicked up a small rock which then struck and shattered the front driver’s side window of a white van Aug. 6. Proper documentation was presented to all parties involved. No injuries were reported.

Cars and Roadways
Dripped paint was observed on Lyons Road Aug. 6. Police notified the highway department.
Police stopped a White Plains driver of a red Toyota on Post Road and issued her summonses for driving with a suspended registration and third degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle Aug. 6. Police removed the car’s license plates, and the car was towed to the driver’s address.

The water department was informed about a broken water cap at Weaver Street and Hillandale Close Aug. 6.

Barricades around a department of transportation project on Post Road shifted in place and were impeding traffic flow Aug. 6. Police moved them back into position.

A tractor-trailer pulled down wires on Richbell Road Aug. 7. Patrol notified Verizon and Con Edison. On Aug. 8, a resident complained about downed wires left on the ground by Con Edison. The resident said Con Edison said the wires belonged to a damaged private utility pole that had to be repaired by the respective homeowner before Con Edison could reconnect the wires.

Con Edison was notified about fallen wires at Olmsted and Hampton roads Aug. 7.

Firefighters advised a driver struck a fire hydrant at Post and Popham roads Aug. 7. The water department was following up.

A woman was walking on the side of Weaver Street, alarming motorists who were concerned for her safety, Aug. 8. Police advised her to walk on the sidewalk.

Patrol secured low-hanging phone and cable wires on Nelson Road Aug. 8, pending the arrival of phone and cable technicians the following day.

A man seen near a car at Dean Field was determined to be exercising outdoors near his parked car Aug. 9.

Police removed garbage scattered across Mamaroneck Road and placed it in a nearby dumpster Aug. 9.

Roadway barricades on Chase Road had shifted out of position Aug. 9. Police moved them back into place.

The highway department was notified about a broken manhole cover on Post Road Aug. 9.

Con Edison was notified about a fallen secondary power line on Hampton Road Aug. 10.

The department of transportation was notified about a malfunctioning traffic light at Crane Road and Woodland Place Aug. 10.

Police notified Con Edison about a fallen tree branch in wires over Carthage Road Aug. 11.

An elderly driver stopped her car in the wrong lane of traffic on Popham Road Aug. 12. The woman told police she was lost and needed assistance getting to Ardsley. Patrol provided her with directions.

Sewer water was backing up into a Paddington Road house Aug. 12. Police notified the highway department.

Five car accidents were reported in the village this week.

Coyote
A coyote was observed in a Colonial Road backyard Aug. 9.

Village Code
Police issued a summons to a landscaper using a gas-powered leaf blower on Duck Pond Road Aug. 9.

A neighbor complained about loud music coming from a house party at Cushman Road and Willow Lane Aug. 11. Police told the homeowner to lower the volume of music to comply with village code.

Lost and Found
A passerby brought a wallet to headquarters Aug. 6. He said he thought it had been thrown out of a moving dark blue Jeep Wrangler on Mamaroneck Road. The wallet contained a Massachusetts driver’s license, four credit cards and assorted personal receipts and papers. Attempts to contact the owner were not successful Police vouchered the wallet at headquarters for safekeeping.

On Aug. 9, a girl reported losing her iPhone, a $100 Visa gift card and a driver’s permit. The items were last seen in a friend’s car near Fenimore Road and Walworth Avenue.

A caller reported finding a key fob “somewhere on a trail” in the village while he was jogging for 10 miles in the village Aug. 10. Police vouchered the key fob at headquarters for safekeeping.

Firefighters
According to Scarsdale Fire Captain James Seymour, firefighters responded to 38 incidents this past week. Seymour shared some of the narratives below:

On Aug. 6, firefighters assisted at a three-car accident at Post and Popham roads. Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported one patient to White Plains Hospital Center, and firefighters cleaned up spilled automotive fluids. Police provided traffic control.

Firefighters found an air conditioning unit on the first floor of a Richbell Road house that was connected to a hot outlet Aug. 6. Firefighters advised the resident to replace the unit.

It was thought that lightning struck a Brookby Road house, causing a burning odor in the house Aug. 7. Firefighters checked the house and determined it to be in good order. They discovered the lightning actually struck a tree.

Firefighters assisted at a two-car accident on the Mamaroneck Road exit ramp of the Hutchinson River Parkway Aug. 8. Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported one patient to White Plains Hospital Center.

On Aug. 10, police responded to the Bronx River Parkway for a three-car accident involving injuries to a child. Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported the child to White Plains Hospital Center.

Firefighters blocked traffic while police and Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps tended to a one-car accident on the southbound Hutchinson River Parkway Aug. 10. Firefighters cleaned up spilled automotive fluids. The car was towed away, and the scene was turned over to Westchester County police.

This report covering police and fire department activity from Aug. 6-12 has been compiled from official information.

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coyoteRural Drive residents have spotted this coyote in their yard several times.

Arrest: Police stopped a 2012 Subaru driven by Kevin R Caceda-Ipanaque, age 23, on the Post Road at 1:50 am on 7-29 after a license plate scanner revealed a suspended registration. The driver did not have his license with him and a computer check revealed that his license was revoked with 11 suspensions, eight on just three dates. Caceda was arrested and taken to police headquarters. He was released on $200 cash bail posted by his friend who was in the car at the time. The car was impounded and towed. Caceda was arrested for driving without a license, with a suspended registration and without insurance.

Death

Margaret Fellegara, age 83 of Bell Road passed away on July 29. Her son-in-law reported that Fellegara was found unresponsive by a friend of the family at 1:05 in the afternoon

Burglaries

A Madison Road home was burglarized on the night of July 24 while the homeowner and his son slept upstairs. The man said that he left his wallet in the kitchen and the cat in the second floor bedroom. When he woke up at 7 am the next morning papers from his wallet were on the floor and the cat was outside. $200 was missing from his wallet. The son had walked the dog the night before and returned through a sliding door at the back of the house. He could not confirm whether or not he locked the door when he came home.

Police responded to a burglar alarm on Church Lane about 4:50 on July 25 but they saw no signs of criminal activity. However at 7:50 pm the resident of the house called to say that a burglary had occurred and jewelry and nick knacks were missing. Among the missing items was a diamond ring. Police believe the home was entered through a second story bathroom window and that the perpetrator was removing the jewelry when the burglar alarm went off, causing them to leave out of the same window.

A 77 year old Mamaroneck Road woman reported that someone attempted to pry her safe open and items were stolen between 7/27 and 7/29/18.

Stolen Car

A Bronx woman reported that her car was stolen from the garage at 7 Popham Road. She parked it there at 9 pm on 7/24 and left the keys inside in case the garage needed to move the car. When she returned at 10 pm on 7/25 the car was gone. Video surveillance shows that the car was driven out of the garage, going out the entrance the wrong way, and turning left onto Popham Road.

Broken Car Window

On 7/26 a Heathcote Road man reported that his car window was broken sometime on July 25. He did not know how it was broken and did not see anything suspicious.

Found Money

A man who did not wish to be identified found $7.00 in cash at the intersection of Chase Road and Christie Place during the sidewalk sale on Thursday 7/26 at 2:30 pm. He turned the money over to police.

Someone turned in a wallet that he found in front of 7 Eleven on Central Avenue to police at 8:50 am on 7/27. Police contacted the owner of the wallet who came to headquarters to pick it up.

Identity Thefts

On 7/23, a Huntington Avenue woman reported that her debit card had been used without her permission between 7/13 and 7/18 and there were $465 in charges. She contacted Chase Bank to let them know.

An Eton Road man came to the police station on the evening of July 26 to report that he received a credit card from Sterling Family of Jewelers for which he never applied and another letter stating that charges had been made on the card.

Downed Trees and Wires

A Potter Road family called police at 11:24 pm on July 24 when a large tree fell on the house, collapsing the roof over the second floor living room and sending the family into the basement. Police arrived and were able to get into the house through a neighbors backyard. They spoke to the owner who said no one was injured. SFD advised the residents to evacuate and they were sent by taxi to a hotel. Police observed that the tree had come from a neighbors backyard and the neighbor was on the scene.

Police stood by while Con Edison shut off the gas and electricity to the house. As trees were blocking the front and garage doors, police had to exit through a sliding glass door and were unable to lock it. They agreed to patrol the home.

A large tree fell on the garage of a home at 211 Mamaroneck Road at 4:10 pm on July 27. The Scarsdale Fire and Building Departments were called and determined that it was safe for the family to remain in the home.

A large tree limb fell on power lines on Farley Road at 2:20 am on July 28 and knocked out the power. The road was taped off, Con Edison arrived and promised to remove the limb and restore power in a few hours.

Downed wires were reported on Saxon Woods Road at 4:43 pm on July 23. The utility companies were notified. At 7:55 pm, a driver called police to say that the road closure at Saxon Wood and Boulder Brook Road was not visible enough. Police requested that Con Ed place signage on the road to alert motorists to the upcoming closure.

At 6:14 am on 7/24 the highway department reported a downed tree blocking Saxon Woods Road. He asked police to close the road.

At 7:12 am on 7/23 a caller reported a downed tree branch blocking Hampton Road at Butler Road. The Highway Department was notified.

A tree fell and blocked the Heathcote Bypass at 7:17 am on July 25.

A tree fell on Putnam Road at 9:58 pm on July 25 and partially blocked the road.

At 11:30 pm on 7/26 a tree fell on power lines on Richbell Road and put out power for a portion of the Village Con Ed responded and power was restored by 12:22 pm.

At 6:02 am on 7/28 another large tree feel across Richbell Road and the road was closed and Con Edison was notified.

A large branch broke off a tree and fell across Garden Road at 2:17 pm on July 29. The branch was lying on utility wires and caused an outage in several homes. Con Ed and the Highway Department were notified.

Golfer Hit

SVAC was called to Sunningdale Country Club at 3:31 pm on July 24 to assist a golfer who was struck in the face by a golf ball. The golfer was taken to White Plains Hospital and no further information was provided.

Man Asleep in Van

Police received a report about a man asleep in his van on Brewster Road at 8:21 on July 24. Police spoke to the man who said he works for Precision Pipeline Solutions, a contractor for Con Edison, who detects gas leaks from underground pipes. He had just pulled over before starting his route for the day.

Emergency workers responded to a report of an unconscious person at the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center at 7:39 pm on July 23.

Fireworks

At 7:39 pm on July 23 police received a complaint about firecrackers being set off on Mayflower Road. They went to investigate by found nothing.

Loose Dogs

At 8:42 am on Sunday July 24 police received a call about a small brown and black dog running loose on Crane Road. Police checked but did not find the dog. At 9:52 am police received another call about a brown/black dog on Heathcote Road but again could not find the dog.

A loose 35 lb. dog with a collar was reported at Cushman and Mamaroneck Road at 8:22 am on 7/27. Police did not find the dog.

Coyote

A Normandy Lane woman called about a coyote in her backyard at 4:15 pm on 7/26. Police checked the yard but did not see the coyote.

At 6:44 pm on 7/26, a Griffen Road resident also reported a coyote in her yard.

Fire

Scarsdale firefighters were called to the 7-Eleven store on Scarsdale Avenue at 5:33 pm on 7/25 when heavy smoke was observed coming from the exhaust pipe of a large generator that is used to power the store. The fire department shut down the generator.

Rude Passenger

Scarsdale Police met a northbound train at 6:54 pm on July 25 to assist with a disorderly passenger who did not have a ticket and refused to provide her address so that the conductor could mail her a bill. Police assisted and the woman cooperated and received a bill for the ride.

Ball on the Track

Police received a complaint that the ball from a soccer game on the field was travelling onto the track at 7:37 pm on July 27. Police went to the track and saw four teens playing soccer on the field but no one was using the track.

Gas Leak

Police detected a strong odor of gas at 10A Heathcote Road at 2:53 am on July 26. A positive reading detected gas and Con Edison came to the location.

911 Call

Police received a 911 call from an apartment on Popham Road at 7:51 am on July 26. They called back but no one answered. They then went to the apartment building and knocked on the door but got no response. The doorman said the resident had not been feeling well and contacted the resident’s friend in the building who was also unable to reach him. At this point, the super let the police into the apartment but the man was not there. The friend said the man might be having breakfast at Lange’s, and ultimately the police found him there.

Marital Dispute

A Leatherstocking Lane man complained about a verbal dispute with his wife at 10 pm on 7/26. The two are currently in the process of getting divorced. The man complained that that the disagreement is over household finances and college tuition. Police interviewed the man and the wife and determined that the argument was minor and there were not threats or physical contact. The couple thanked police for their assistance.

Code Summons

Police received a complaint about a generator running at 125 Cushman Road after the permitted hours at 9:14 pm on 7/27. The department had received numerous complaints about the generator and sent the homeowner a summons for violating Village Code.

Accidents

A 16 year-old driver of a 2011 Acura was hit by a 2003 BMW on Walworth Avenue at 4:30 on July 24. The young man had slowed down to allow the car in front of him to park, when the driver of the BMW attempted to go around him on the driver’s side.

A 2015 Ford collided with a 2010 Honda at the intersection of Griffen Road and Grand Park Avenue on Wednesday July 25 at noon. No injuries were reported.

A three car accident occurred at 5:48 pm on July 26 at East Parkway at Popham Road when two cars were stopped at a red light on Popham Road and a third car struck the second car which then ran into the first one. No injuries were reported.

The driver of a 2016 Audi that was parked in the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center backed into a postal service vehicle that was passing behind him when he was exiting the parking spot. The accident occurred at 5:39 pm on 7/26 and no one was injured.

A collision occurred between a 2005 Volvo and a 2008 Honda at the intersection of Ewart and Brambach Road on the morning of July 26.

A 2016 Mercedes collided with a 2017 Mercedes at the intersection of Catherine and Mamaroneck Roads around 5 pm on July 27.

The driver of a 2011 Toyota rear ended a SUV when the SUV stopped suddenly on Griffen Avenue at 3 pm on July 27. The driver of the SUV left the scene of the accident prior to the arrival of the police.

A Hartsdale woman driving a 2018 Kia collided with a Stamford woman on the Post Road at Rugby Lane on Friday July 27 at 9 am.

A young woman came to police headquarters with her parents to say that while driving she sideswiped a parked car on Mamaroneck Road around 9:15 am on 7/24. She wasn’t sure what to do and drove to work and called her parents. Her parents brought her to the scene of the accident but the sideswiped car was no longer there. They came to police to report it. Police contacted the owner of the parked car who did not want to pursue it.

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