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Police Report: Alfa Romeo Stolen From Park Road Garage

Alfa RomeoCar theft: A burglar alarm alerted police to a Park Road house from which a $20,000 Alfa Romeo car and key fob had just been stolen Feb. 20.

Identity theft
On Feb. 23, a Spier Road resident reported receiving multiple inquiries on his credit report that he did not authorize. One was from a car dealership regarding a fraudulent car purchase attempt.

A Mamaroneck Road man reported being the victim of identity theft Feb. 23.

On Feb. 20, a River Road resident reported a man engaged the resident in unsolicited conversation.

A Walworth Avenue resident reported youths rang his doorbell, giggled and ran away after dark Feb. 24.

At 1 a.m., Feb. 25, an Ogden Road caller reported a woman banged on his door screaming for help and requesting an ambulance; then she left the area in a car described as a blue or gray BMW sedan.

A Post Road man reported someone placed a bicycle in his garage Feb. 25. He did not know what to do with the bicycle.

Cars and roadways
Police tied a loose telephone wire to a tree on Weaver Street and notified Verizon Feb. 19.

An Uber driver was waiting for a scheduled fare on Olmsted Road Feb. 20. Police advised the driver to find a better location to wait.

Police identified a car with scofflaw status resulting from $840 in unpaid parking tickets parked on Chase Road Feb. 20. The owner returned to the car prior to it being towed and promised to resolve the matter in Village Court.

A driver reported that a Post Road flagger accidentally hit his car with the flag Feb. 21. The side mirror sustained minor damage.

Police assisted two Brambach Road neighbors settle an issue related to car damage that one neighbor caused to the other Feb. 22.

On Feb. 22, police conducted a traffic stop of a speeding Mercedes on Chase Road. Police officers issued the 28-year-old Port Chester driver summonses for speeding, an equipment violation, operating a car without insurance and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

On Feb. 23, an unknown vehicle with an unknown operator drove onto the front lawn of a Stratton Rd. house. The vehicle struck the mailbox, causing damage, and then struck the front step and walkway, also causing damage, and left deep tire tracks across the lawn prior to leaving the property.

On Feb. 24, a Stratton Road resident reported a car drove onto his yard and damaged it.

A water leak was reported in the roadway of Dobbs Terrace Feb. 25.

On Feb. 19, police reunited a loose dog with its owner on Kingston Road.

Village code
On Feb. 19, police removed illegally posted advertising signs on Stratton Road and Weaver Street, and they disposed of the signs. They also removed and discarded illegally posted signs on Post Road – and they issued violation summons.

On Feb. 24, police removed illegally posted advertising signs on Brewster and Olmsted roads, and they disposed of the signs.

On Feb. 20, firefighters shut the gas connection to a Bradley Road stove due to a leak. They advised the homeowner to consult with a plumber or repairperson.

Firefighters stood by for Con Edison at the site of gas leak on Greenacres Avenue. Investigation uncovered a service line in a shallow trench with a pinhole leak, emitting an audible hissing.

Firefighters stood by for Con Edison at the site of a gas odor report in a Kensington Road home Feb. 22.

This report covering police and fire department activity from Feb. 19-25 has been compiled from official information.

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