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One two-car accident near the Mobil Station.
One two-car accident near the Mobil Station.
Marijuana Possession

The Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force reported the arrest of one woman and one man charged with marijuana possession of varying degrees on Nov. 21. 

The pair were arrested at 240 White Plains Road just before midnight on charges of unlawful possession (for the 21-year-old woman) and criminal possession in the fifth (for the 23-year-old man). 

The woman was released at the scene with a violation while the man was brought to headquarters, processed, and given a court date. 

Two Two-Car Accidents

Police responded to back-to-back accidents with minor injuries on North and South Broadway on Nov. 22. 

At 11:02 a.m., Tarrytown police received a 911 call for a two-car accident at 440 South Broadway. Police requested the Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps for a passenger "experiencing an asthmatic reaction." The passenger was taken to White Plains Hospital. 

At 12:54 p.m. a caller reported a two-car accident on North Broadway. Officers again requested TVAC for a driver complaining of back pain. The patient was taken to Phelps Memorial Hospital.

Moving Fight

A 911 caller reported a fight in progress between two groups of men in the Walgreens parking lot on Nov. 23 at 12:33 a.m. 

Officers on the scene found out that the dispute was about two missing cell phones. The fight had started at 1 River Plaza and continued into the shopping center lot, proceeding into Sleepy Hollow. Police found the three at inside a venue on Clinton and Cortlandt Streets.

The complainants reported that they had agreed to drive the suspect from the 7-Eleven in White Plains to 1 River Plaza for $7. The passenger got out there and got the $7 from his girlfriend's apartment. When he returned, the complainants accused him of stealing two iPhones in the car. 

A fight ensued. 

"While the suspect was running to Sleepy Hollow he tripped and sustained a laceration to his eye," police said. 

Sleepy Hollow police were on the scene when Tarrytown police arrived and had called an ambulance for the injured man. The complainant's were taken to headquarters for statements. The suspect was taken to Westchester County Medical Center by Sleepy Hollow Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

Police went to the WCMC to speak to the patient but were told by the doctor that the man was too intoxicated and busy being treated for his wound to speak to police. 

Police filed a petty larceny case that is under investigation.

Two Sales of Alcohol to Minors

On Nov. 25 at two different locations in the village, Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force officers reported the arrest of two on charges of selling alcohol to a minor. 

The first arrest happened at River View Wine and Spirits on 34 Main Street at 1:49 p.m. where the defendant was processed at the scene and issued a court date.

The second occurred at the Tarrytown Bottle Shop in the Bridge Plaza where the defendant was charged with underage sale and also issued a court date. 

Four Flats

A McKeel Avenue reported that all four of her tires were flat on the evening of Nov. 26. 

The car had reportedly been parked in good condition around 11 a.m. on that day but when she returned to her car at 9 p.m. she noticed that the air was let out of all four tires. 

She said the tires did not appear to be damaged and she would follow up with roadside assistance to get air. 

At 3:20 p.m. the next day she said that after roadside assistance inflated her tires, they noticed that all four tires had a small puncture. 

Police filed a criminal mischief case. 

Gas Emergency

Police assisted Con Edison in a closure of Rosehill Avenue on Nov. 27 at 11:35 a.m. from Altamont to Benedict Avenue for emergency gas repairs. 

The closure was expected to last for six to eight hours. The DPW, ambulance and fire department were advised. 

The Con Edison supervisor said three homes were without heat but no evacuations or forced entry were needed. 

Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

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