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Customer vs. Bar Tender
A person walked into police headquarters at 3:39 a.m. on June 9 with visible injuries, stating he was assaulted by the bartender at bar on Beekman. Police found the bartender at the bar and arrested him for third degree assault. The wounded person was transported to the medical center.
A wallet was found in front of 60 New Broadway around 6 a.m. on June 9, described as follows: blue leather-like material, containing $312 dollars, check book from Share Plus Federal Bank, California driver's license, one Visa card, one Amex Cooperate Card, one Visa/debit card, and various personal cards.
Drunk Woman Gets Ride
On June 11, at 12:58 a.m., Police Officer Wendy Yancey reported seeing a woman walking with an older male. The young woman appeared to be extremely intoxicated and barely able to walk while leaving the on Beekman. Yancey asked if she was okay and if she needed a ride. The woman said she was okay and refused assistance. The man said he was taking her home. The woman was instead taken home to College Avenue in the cruiser where Yancey, with the aid of a second officer, helped her inside the apartment door. Once on the right floor, the woman refused to leave the elevator and had to be moved out of it. She refused to walk down the hall, purposely dragging her feet. The officers reportedly had to forcibly walked her to her apartment where she was placed in the care of her mother.
Two Bikes Stolen From Middle School
A school administrator reported that two bikes had been stolen from the front of on two separate occasions. The first bike was taken on June 11 from a female student between 7:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. On June 12, at 7:45 a.m. a male student had his bike parked and unchained in the bike rack in front of the school, but when he returned at 3 p.m. this bike too was missing. There is no working video footage of area where incidents occurred. School Principal Elizabeth Lopez requested no further police action and stated that the school would be conducting their own investigation and handling the matter in-house.
On June 13 at 12:07 a.m. Police Lieutenant Anthony Bueti reported that a vehicle was in a ditch at the South Hemlock Gate on North Broadway but the driver was out of the vehicle. Two police units sent along with a Stiloski's tow truck. The driver apparently swerved to avoid hitting a car coming out of the south gate and drove into the ditch. Officers determined he was not under the influence of alcohol. Stiloski's pulled the car out, and the vehicle was operable and able to be driven away. Accident report filed.
Three Men Arrested for Marijuana Possession
A Sleepy Hollow officer, along with Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force, reported stopping a car at Sleepy Hollow Road with New York plates. Three men in the car were placed under arrest for unlawful possession of marijuana, given court dates, and released.
Officers on June 14 at 2:23 a.m. reported that while they were interviewing three men, they saw another man stumbling in the middle of Palmer Avenue toward them. The man was identified and found to be be in possession of PCP. He was arrested and transported to headquarters and held overnight; bail was recommended at $10,000 with legal aid notification for the defendant.
Lost Landlord or Nervous Tenant?
Caller on June 14 around 6:30 p.m. reported he last spoke to his landlord of a Dell Street apartment an hour ago. When the tenant now attempted to make contact with him the landlord did not come to the door. The tenant said he didn't see the landlord leave and thought it was unlike him and something was wrong. Police reported that the landlord's car was not in the driveway.
Middle Finger Arrest
Also on June 14 at 7:20 p.m., a caller reported he was driving on Kendall Avenue when a driver of a blue Toyota Corolla gave him the middle finger and followed him. Three police cruisers responded and stopped the vehicle in question at the intersection of Beekman and Hudson Street. The driver was found to have a suspended license and was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.