Two cases of iPod problems graced the police blotters in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.
Sibling Device Dispute:
An anonymous caller reported to Tarrytown Police a possible domestic assault at his neighbor’s apartment on Crescent Drive on Oct. 6 at 11:39 p.m. Officers on the scene reported hearing shouting from inside the apartment. They described the adults within as uncooperative, refusing to give any personal information and screaming at the officers to get out of their house.
Later the officers reported the situation was under control: the adults identified themselves and the dispute was apparently between a juvenile brother and sister over the use of an iPod.
Many Possibly Stolen School iPods:
An apparent robbery from the end of the school year was just discovered, as a Morse administrative assistant reported on behalf of the principal that 21 iPods were missing from the school. The devices were located in a lock box on the second floor of the school and were noticed to be missing on Oct. 4. Apparently only teachers had access to the box, no students, school officials said. The last time the iPods were seen was sometime in June.
The case, said Sleepy Hollow Lieutenant Anthony Bueti, is under investigation. Police have a list of 20 people who had access to the lock box. Bueti said the iPods were used for teaching purposes.