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A 911 caller on July 5 at 7:08 p.m. reported he was following an erratic driver south on South Broadway to eastbound Route 119. The caller reported that the car, described as a green Toyota Four Runner, had crashed into at least one vehicle in Sleepy Hollow. Police stopped the car on Route 119 at Meadow Street and arrested the driver at 7:20 p.m. Stiloski's removed the car. Michael Lawson, 40, was issued numerous summonses for crossing left pavement markings, DWI, and operating a car with a blood alcohol count of .08 (first offense), returnable to village court on July 18. He was released to a responsible party at 9:37 p.m.
Anxiety Attacks Tarrytown
There were multiple panic attacks reported in Tarrytown this week. One on July 6 at 6:49 a.m. with a woman in Barnhardt Park. Another on July 11 at 1:39 a.m. when an elderly man had a panic attack in front of Walgreens and was transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital. Finally, on July 11 at 8:53 p.m. an ambulance was requested at 100 Marymount Avenue, Gerard Hall, for someone who had possibly overdosed. Police reported that it was instead an anxiety attack and the person was transported to Phelps.
Fall on Main Street Garbage
A woman reported on July 7 at 2:56 p.m. that she taking a picture of her son and husband in front of a Main restaurant when she fell backwards over garbage left on the sidewalk. She got up after her fall and went home but then began to feel pain on her hip, neck and wrist. She then returned to the location of her fall to call police but the trash had been removed, so she came to headquarters. She refused medical treatment, saying she would seek her own.
A woman reported a burglary had occurred on Mallard Rise sometime on July 6 between when she left the residence locked and secured at 7:45 a.m. and she returned at 3 p.m. to find the door unlocked. She found missing: a gold locket from a jewelry box in her bedroom, a mobile phone from her bedroom, and a large duffel bag from the laundry room. Officer found no sign of forced entry; detective division notified for further investigation.
That's My iPhone!
At 8:30 p.m. on July 7, a man reported that he had left his iPhone on the counter of McDonald's when he was paying for his food. He then went to the bathroom and realized he forgot his phone. When he returned to the counter the employee who had served on him said she gave the phone to a woman who was standing in line who said the phone was hers.
Post Mortem Fireworks
A man came into police headquarters to report that while he was going through his deceased wife's belongings, he came across a grocery bag full of various fireworks. The bag was secured in a police locker before being destroyed.
It's So Hot...
On July 9 at 11:59 a.m., a woman on Main Street reported she had found her car's rear window shattered. Officer on scene thought the window had been blown outward and surmised it was from excessive heat inside the car.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.