The Tarrytown Police Department reported the following incidents:
12:10 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a possible fraud at at 350 S. Broadway, arresting one male. Defendant was transported to headquarters and secured in Booking “B.” Defendant was arraigned on bail set at $15,000 cash or $25,000 bond and transported to the Westchester County Detention Center, with a return court date of Dec. 7.
3:52 p.m. Police received a 911 hang-up from Round a Bend Road. On the call-back, the phone was answered with heavy breathing and then hung up. Officers on scene reported there may be someone locked in an upstairs bathroom. They gained access to bathroom and found person disoriented, aggressive and failing to obey verbal requests. She continually pushed past officers and kicked. She was placed in handcuffs for everyone’s safety, including her own. Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps arrived to transport her to with officers following.
12:58 a.m. employee reported that security staff at the hotel had overheard some Mercy College students (residents of the hotel) saying that a fight might occur in the rear of the facility. Officers checked area with negative results.
1:24 p.m. Complainant, of North Washington Street, reported past fraudulent charges on her Chase debit card account. The first was with the Democrat and Chronicle Media Group for $69 on Oct. 17; the second was with Walmart.com for $506.03 on Nov. 25. Case filed and detective division to further investigate.
4:48 p.m. Call from BASF Corp. at 500 White Plains Road on the 4th Floor, requesting the fire department and medical assistance for an employee who was injured by an unknown type chemical spill. Greenburgh police contacted for police and EMS response; Tarrytown fire department sent.
6:50 p.m. 911 call from a North Washington Street woman reporting she was having an argument with her son and he was in possession of a knife. Officers on scene reported juvenile had fled location on foot in an unknown direction with the knife that mother said he had cut himself with prior to leaving residence. Juvenile was located at sister’s residence in Sleepy Hollow. He said he discarded knife in a sewer along the way. He was transported to youth office and evaluated by ambulance corps for scratches on his right forearm. Juvenile was transported to Westchester Medical Center for further evaluation of self-inflicted injuries and suicidal threats.
9:25 p.m. Task force reported the arrest of defendant at the Tarrytown Train Station charged with 5th degree criminal possession, with four zip lock bags containing alleged crack cocaine. Defendant was arraigned in village court and remanded to Westchester County Detention Center, no rap, no bail, with a court date of Dec. 7.
1:39 a.m. Complainant, an student from China, came to headquarters to report that on Thurs. Dec. 1 at approximately 11 p.m. he was confronted by three other students in the common bathroom of his dorm suite. The complainant stated he was choked, punched and kicked on his head and torso by the three individuals, resulting in pain but no visible bruises or injuries. He had since been treated at Phelps. He was unsure if he wanted further police action taken as he intended to discuss situation with his parents. Statement forwarded to detective division.
7:58 a.m. Caller reported than unknown person(s) removed four dozen pastries/rolls valued at $10.84 that was delivered and left outside the located at 57 N. Broadway. This is not the first time . Officers canvassed area with negative results.
2:01 p.m. Caller reported a shoplifter just left the store in the Tarrytown Center complex after taking a cell phone. Officers stopped an individual fitting the description but he was not the suspect and was sent on his way. Officers then interviewed store manager who was able to provide security camera footage of the male inside store and the item taken. Detective division to continue investigation.
3:52 p.m. Pharmacist from reported two females attempting to pick up a prescription for Oxycodone pills with a forged prescription. Officers located the women exiting the store. Both were taken into custody outside store and officers further reported a gray Chevrolet Impala leaving the scene. Driver was interviewed at traffic stop and later released. Women transported to headquarters. Michelle Adams was charged with second degree forgery and fourth degree criminal possession, and arraigned. Fingerprinting revealed defendant to have two active warrants out of Nassau and Bronx counties. Bail set at $25,000 cash with a return court date of Dec. 7. Defendant transported to county detention center. Adams is reportedly homeless with no known address. A check on Sara Alonso revealed an active felony NYS parole warrant. Defendant was held pending morning pick-up.
11:27 p.m. Call from 100 Marymount Avenue with a report of a coyote on EF school grounds. Security stated they heard a small dog being attacked in the area of the lower field. At 9:33 a.m. on Dec. 7, a caller on nearby Altamont Avenue stated she had observed a coyote on her driveway a few minutes prior. The coyote then ran off into the woods. She also said that two coyotes that killed a deer on her property last night. Greenburgh Animal Control notified.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.