The Sleepy Hollow Police Department reported the following incidents:
12:17 p.m. A caller reported that he was involved in an accident on Crane Avenue some time in the past. His Hyundai Accent's brakes gave out before he could apply the emergency brake, causing him to strike a Subaru Forester. The accident resulted in minor damage and no injuries were reported.
5:32 a.m. A woman called police because her carbon monoxide alarm was going off and she was worried there might be a problem. The Sleepy Hollow Fire Department was dispatched to the Clinton Street residence. The alarm was found to be caused by failing batteries.
12:25 a.m. A fight in a parking lot off of Cortlandt Street was reported by a caller from a nearby building. Tarrytown units assisted because Sleepy Hollow officers were involved with an emotionally disturbed individual. Tarrytown police reported that all was under control. There was no report of any arrests made.
9:36 a.m. An auto accident was reported near Sleepy Hollow High School. The accident involved a Honda CRV and a Mercedes Benz. One of the drivers left the scene because she was taking her Regents exam. The other party claimed to have the accident on camera and wanted the incident recorded for the record. No injuries were involved.
9:36 p.m. A caller reported that there was a large fight at 100 College Avenue. The caller said there were about 20-25 people involved in the brawl. Multiple police unites were sent, but the crowd had dispersed upon arrival.
9:07 p.m. A woman called police to report that the father of her children had been calling and harassing her for the past few weeks. The couple has been separated for a number of years, but the man had recently moved back into the neighborhood. The woman said his behavior was getting more erratic and that he was always drinking. She said she would go to family court to obtain a court order, but wanted the incident noted for the record.
12:19 p.m. The owner of the convenient store at 335 N Broadway called to report that a male had entered the store on June 14 and removed an item without paying for it. The caller said it was not the first time the male had stolen items from the store, as he had video evidence of previous incidents. A copy of the tapes were forwarded to the Sleepy Hollow detective division.
11:02 a.m. Callers who on June 15 reported a smashed vehicle window, called to report that items had been found missing from a van parked in Kingsland Point Park. They noticed that two leaf blowers were missing from the vehicle, the items were valued at $600. The incident most likely occurred on Monday morning the caller said.
6:22p.m. A damaging accident occurred at Route 9 and Hemlock Avenue involving a Chevrolet Colbalt and a Toyota Corolla. We reported on it here.
12:01 p.m. An Ossining resident who owns property in Sleepy Hollow was served with a criminal summons as a result of an inspection made by the Village Building Department.
8:55 a.m. A caller reported that a construction vehicle that was parked at Kingsland Point Park park overnight was broken into. The driver-side window of the truck was smashed. Nothing seemed to be missing.
3:07 p.m. A caller reported that he witnessed a truck strike and knock over a parking meter in front of the Korean Church on N Broadway. Officers responded and found that two meters were knocked down by the passing truck. Witnesses were unable to get a license plate number. The meters were secured by police.
3:49 a.m. A cell phone caller said he just witnessed an assault on the corner of Depeyster and Cortlandt Street. Police went to the location and made contact with one man, a Sleepy Hollow resident, who was very intoxicated. The man had been invovled in the fight with another male. The man said the two had both been drinking at the bar and had a dispute over a female.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.