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Woman Seeks Justice From Driver that Swiped Her
On June 1 at 4:20 p.m., a woman came to police headquarters to report she had been driving northbound on Route 9 in the right lane when a truck made a left turn out of Millard Avenue to go northbound on Route 9. The truck allegedly swerved into her lane striking her car. The truck driver did not stop, so the woman followed the truck to the traffic light at the entrance to and took pictures of the license plate, the truck, and the driver. Police called the Cipriano Landscaping company whose owner called them back. Accident report completed. The owner, as he had promised, came to headquarters the next day with the truck driver.
13-Year-Old Attempts to Ride Bike from Peekskill to White Plains
A woman came into a police headquarters on June 1 at 9:30 p.m. with a boy she had picked up in Ossining. The 13-year-old was apparently attempting to ride his bicycle from Peekskill to White Plains. Police spoke to the boy's aunt, who has custody of him. The aunt, when she came to pick him up that night, stated that the boy told her he was going to a friend's house. He was turned over to her care.
More Trucks Vandalized in GM Lot
Following the in the main lot of GM, a report came on June 4 at 10:18 a.m. that two non-village trucks parked in the back GM lot coming from the Continental Street entrance had been vandalized. The windows had been broken.
Village Administrator Anthony Giaccio confirmed that “No one has permission to be on the east parcel except the Village of Sleepy Hollow” and “We’re going to have the vehicles removed.” When asked if they were trucks, as Patch has heard complaints of from nearby residents, Giaccio said, “from time to time River Rock has done work for the Village including creating mulch from the material on the East Parcel. Regardless they should not have vehicles stored there.”
On June 5 at 9:23 a.m., a man called police reporting that he had eaten some of a moldy pastry purchased at a gas station in the village. He ate some of the danish before realizing it was moldy. He was concerned he might get sick and wanted to file a report just in case.
Burglarized While In Back Yard
On June 6, 3:26 p.m., a caller reported that his mother called him to say she had been burglarized. Money and jewelry were apparently stolen from a Pocantico Street home while the resident was in her backyard. Three units sent to investigate. The case is still under investigation, reported Lieutenant Frank Hrotko.
Two Arrested for Marijuana Sale to Minor
Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force conducted an investigation which lead to the arrest on June 6 at 5:36 p.m. on Cortlandt Street of two men for sale of marijuana to a minor. Bail of $5,000 recommended for each.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.