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Stuck in Car
A caller reported her vehicle was stuck on Cobb Lane on June 22 at 1:10 a.m. and she could not get out. Police on the scene reported a car accident with one vehicle sustaining heavy front end damage when it was run off the road by a second vehicle which fled the scene. The car was towed by Stiloski; the other car, described only as a dark SUV, got away.
At 1:25 a.m. on June 22, a caller reported he was a passenger in a car that had been in an accident on McKeel Avenue. Two vehicles were involved with NY plates. One driver was placed under arrest for DWI and transported to headquarters for processing. His car was impounded due to his intoxicated state. Police had found a 12-pack of Corona (some empty and some full) on the floor of the passenger seat. A data master exam resulted in a positive alcohol reading for a charge of aggravated DWI. Edgar F. Lucero, 24, was transported to emergency room due to his high level of intoxication, accompanied by two officers. Then at 6:48 a.m., Lucero was taken back to headquarters. He was released on $250 cash bail for a return court date of June 27.
On June 23 at 3:41 p.m., an operator with the National Suicide Lifeline reported to police that she had talked with a 16 or 17-year-old male who said he witnessed a shooting in Tarrytown on an unknown street the night prior. The young man now believed he would end up in prison and said he was suicidal. Police reported there were no shooting incidents in Tarrytown the night prior.
Another Car Vs. Bike on North Broadway, Minor Injuries
A caller just before noon on June 24 requested police for an accident involving a car and a bicycle on North Broadway. An ambulance was called for the cyclist, who complained of a back pain, and was transported to Phelps. Bicycle was stowed for safe-keeping.
Suspicious Story, Mamaroneck Arrest
A call came in from the Sleepy Hollow PD on June 24 at 12:42 p.m. reporting that at 8:18 a.m., they had come across an intoxicated and distraught female in front of their headquarters. She claimed that she had been out at 236 West Main Street in Tarrytown the night prior with her child's father. After they were involved in an argument, he apparently left the restaurant, leaving her stranded.
The woman was approached by a white male, wearing a white button down shirt and blue jeans who offered to drive her home to Cortlandt Manor. She told police that she accepted the ride and the unidentified male drove to an undisclosed parking lot and attempted to sexually assault her. She was able to flee the vehicle, described only as a dark SUV (possibly a Honda Pilot). The woman then walked to the SH headquarters and reported the incident to police.
While police were investigating her case, a computer check revealed she was wanted by multiple police agencies – Yonkers, Village of Mamaroneck, and NYPD. Mamaroneck PD was called and took the woman into their custody for their existing warrant. SH then turned over this blotter info to the TTPD and all was turned over to the Tarrytown detective division. Tarrytown Detective William Herguth could not specify what the warrants were regarding.
Fancy Figurines: 'This Work Takes Time'
A woman came into headquarters to report she had sent three figurines to be repaired at Dean Schulfand and Associates in Chesire, CT on January 9 along with a deposit of $1,250. He had not yet completed the work and the woman wanted her figurines back. The woman spoke to a company employee who advised her that the work takes time. Tarrytown Police Sergeant left a message as well and the case was noted for the record.
Pedestrian Struck on North Washington
On 11:07 a.m. June 27, a 911 caller reported a pedestrian was struck by a car on North Washington, sustaining minor injuries. Officers and Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded. Pedestrian was transported to Phelps for evaluation and accident report filed.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.