The reported the following incidents:
5:10 a.m. Caller stated he saw a male wearing a hat and a dark colored sweatshirt opening the driver's side of his car on Cedar Street. Complainant stated that he ran outside right away and the male took off. When he checked the car he noticed the car radio had been damaged. Photos taken and area canvassed with negative results.
2:46 a.m. Business owner at 91 Cortlandt Street believed his window was broken into and wanted to have police come check it out. Officers confirmed that front window was broken into, with a blood stain left on the window. A trail of blood lead them to 87 Cortlandt Street and to a particular apartment within. Swabs were taken of evidence and owner contacted to board up window.
3:20 a.m. One male hispanic was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct at the same location as above. Male party was yelling and cursing at officers and onlookers.
11:26 p.m. Caller stated that someone entered her Beekman Avenue apartment, went into her bedroom and took items. Caller provided a written statement and stated that suspect operates a gold Chevy Impala. Case under investigation.
9:15 a.m. Fire Chief reported hearing a strange noise coming from a front porch on Kelbourne Avenue, appearing to be a large bird trapped in the screened room. What appeared to be a large crow, and not the homeowner's pet, was freed from the porch.
8:44 a.m. Caller reported observing her boyfriend keying the words "verga puta" on the front hood of her vehicle. A criminal mischief to an auto case completed.
11:44 a.m. Depeyster Street complainant reported that $2,100 was stolen from underneath the mattress in his room while he was sleeping. Caller was able to provide possible suspect. Case being completed.
2:02 a.m. security reported vehicle had struck curb and had flat tire. Airbags were deployed but no injuries reported. Vehicle was inoperable; Stiloski notified for towing. Driver transported to headquarters for blood test and issued summons for Driving While Ability Impaired.
11:01 p.m. Caller on Chestnut Street stated there was a car parked on the corner with a person in it for over an hour. Officers learned that driver had been sleeping in the car to avoid a fight with his roommate. He was advised to stay with a friend and that it was unsafe to sleep in a car with the engine running. Driver went on his way.
12:22 p.m. Party in headquarters reported several items missing from her River Street residence, which may have happened sometime between Nov. 2011 and now. Items were listed as: diamond stud earrings valued at $1,000, Burberry shoes ($400), and Ivanka Trump shoes ($300).
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.