The Sleepy Hollow Police Department reported the following incidents:
11:10 p.m. A baby stroller with a a diaper bag attached to it was found on Clinton Street. Items left on the stroller indicated it belonged to a Yonkers resident. Yonkers police attempted to contact the woman with no luck. That woman later arrived after midnight to claim the property.
1:12 p.m. A caller reported finding a dead bat on the sidewalk near the Immaculate Conception Church. The Westchester County Department of Health was contacted, but didn't pick up the phone, so officers placed the dead bat in a bag. The health department later called back and told police to put the dead bat in the garbage.
11:03 p.m. An man was reported sleeping on the steps to the Holy Cross Church on Cortlandt Street. Officers responded and found that the man was intoxicated. The man didn't cause any problems and said he would leave the area.
12:05 p.m. Police received numerous 911 calls reporting an auto accident involving a child on Chestnut Street. A car rolled out of gear, struck a child, rolled off the property and crashed through a fence and mail boxes at 15 Chestnut Street. Numerous EMS services arrived on the scene to treat the child. Police reports did not indicate whether the child suffered any serious injuries.
9:18 a.m. A caller in the manors complained to police that his neighbor's sprinkler was sprinkling onto his property. He asked his neighbor to have it stopped, but it wasn't so he called police. Police contacted the neighbor who corrected the sprinkler's spraying radius.
12:47 a.m. A caller reported there were people gathered in the gazebo at Ichabod's Landing making a lot of noise. Officers made contact with the parties and they were sent on their way.
12:32 a.m. A woman on N Broadway called police because she believed her home had been entered during the day. However, once police came to her home, she realized that she had left the window open before she went out and that nothing was missing from her house.
10:39 p.m. A caller reported that a man with a gun was walking with his his girlfriend on Beekman Avenue toward the river. The suspect was located by police, but he didn't have any weapons on him. The suspect said that he and the caller had gotten into a verbal argument earlier over his girlfriend, however no weapons were displayed during the dispute. The man and woman were allowed to go on their way.
12:59 p.m. A woman contacted police because she had been receiving daily phone calls from a private number, however, when she answered the calls the caller doesn't talk, just hangs up. The woman said the calls have aroused the suspicion of her husband. The woman said she wanted her phone number changed, but needed a police report to do so.
10:38 p.m. A 911 call was received by police, in the background they could hear a verbal argument between a man and a woman. Police made contact with person who called who said she had been "smacked" by her friend while they were arguing over an apartment. Police arrived and interviewed the woman. Apparently the man had hit her and broke her phone after she called police; she then attempted to defend herself with a knife, but the man took it away from her. The suspect then attempted to choke her before fleeing the scene. Police had the man's name and contact information, this particular police report did not give information on any later arrests.
5:29 p.m. A traffic accident was reported on North Broadway. A vehicle was traveling north on the road when the hood of the car came unlatched, flew up and struck the windshield. The car had to be towed, and the person driving refused medical assistance.
11:13 p.m. A caller reported that he was following an erratic driver in a small convertible heading south on North Broadway. The erratic driver was stopped near Dominick's Limousine. The driver was found to be impaired and was arrested. The vehicle was towed.
4:30 p.m. A male fell down on Cortlandt Street causing an injury to his head and lots of bleeding. Police and the ambulance corps responded to the scene. The man was intoxicated and told police he had been standing on a rock wall when he lost his balance and fell over. The man was transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital for treatment.
12:27 a.m. Police contacted two youths leaving DeVries Park after the park had been closed. One of the young malkes had a BB gun in his backpack. The youths were taken to their homes and police spoke with their parents. The BB gun was confiscated by the youth's guardian.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.