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Double Your Money
On April 12 at 7:10 p.m., a South Broadway store clerk said she was tricked into giving a person a $100 bill. She described the man as 6' feet tall, black, wearing a white T-shirt and a black leather bomber jacket. He reportedly came in requesting a $100 bill in exchange for smaller bills. She did the exchange but as the man was leaving he started to yell that she had only given him a $1 bill rather than $100. His screaming apparently intimidated the woman into giving him a $50, two $20s and a $10. He left on foot toward 7-Eleven. Officers viewed surveillance video and saw that he had in fact tricked the woman into giving him an extra $100 dollars, but police were unable to locate him in the area.
Four-Car Accident on South Broadway; Two Car on Wildey
On Friday, April 13 at 9:51 a.m. there was a four-car accident on South Broadway. Police cleared roadway and interviewed drivers, one of whom complained of pain to her knee but refused medical attention. Another was evaluated by Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps workers but also refused medical attention. One car was towed by Stiloski's due to airbag deployment.
A few hours later at 12:30 p.m. there was a two-car accident on Wildey Street at Wood Court. TVAC was requested for a woman with back pain but she refused medical attention at the scene. Police made note of damage to a private property wall at Wood Court. Stiloski's removed both vehicles.
Late Night: Teenage Girl with Pack of Men
On April 15 at 2:48 a.m. a waitress at the on South Broadway said she served a table occupied by one young female approximately 17 or 18 years old dining with five men ages 20 to 25 who said they were there from the Bronx. The waitress questioned the female who said she was staying at the and these men were her friends. Police tried to find the group but couldn't locate them in or out of the hotel; security at the hotel reported they had not encountered anyone matching this description.
At 9:12 a.m. on April 15, a 911 call came in from a Storm Street apartment for a person bleeding, possibly from a stab wound. Officers reported the bleeding victim was becoming uncooperative, but was taken to Westchester Medical Center with officers following TVAC for manpower. Sili Perez, 33, was arrested and held in Cell B on a charge of second-degree assault. Defendant was arraigned with bail set at $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond with court date of April 18 and taken to Westchester County Jail.
EF Suicide Attempt
School security requested an ambulance just after midnight on April 16 at Ursula Hall for an unconscious student who may have overdosed on prescription medication. The female was found semi-conscious lying in bed with an empty bottle of pills and a suicide note. Room was secured and patient transported to hospital.
Trustee Falls Ill
As previously, an ambulance was called at 9:50 p.m. April 16 for Trustee Tom Basher when he collapsed during the Village Hall board meeting. He refused medical attention at the time but at 10:10 p.m. decided to be transported to after all. There he was found to have a fever of unknown origins and said the next day that he felt good.
After several incidents of smoldering mulch in the last few dry weeks, there's one more: On Crescent Drive at 2:22 a.m. April 17, a caller reported smoldering mulch which seemed to have been caused by a cigarette. Officer removed the butt and reported he didn't need the fire department at this time. Yet, at 5:54 a.m. the entrance to Crescent Drive was again the scene of smoldering mulch. This time the fire department extinguished the mulch.
An emergency call came in at 12:06 p.m. on April 17 from a man reporting his son was threatening him in front of . Police located the man who said his son chased him from his North Washington residence to Goldberg's where the son left the scene. Police called the son who said he was back inside his home. Numerous attempts were made to have the son exit but he refused. Police set up a staging area at the Main Street Fire House and established a perimeter to observe the residence. At 12:15 p.m., the man was observed entering his residence. Greenburgh SWAT team was called in; Tarrytown schools were notified that North Washington Street would be closed from Main to Storm streets, and Central Avenue closed from Kaldenburg to Mechanics Avenue. Officers reported the man exited the residence from the roof and climbed down into a yard at Central Avenue. At 1:08 p.m. police took the subject into custody at Central Avenue under the mental hygiene law; SWAT was cancelled and TVAC came. The son was transported to Phelps. Police checked condition of home and family pet and all was in order. Domestic incident report filed.
A motor vehicle accident was reported in front of 58 Central Avenue at 3:42 a.m. on April 19 with a 2006 Acura striking a parked car. The driver, Pablo Bello-Gonzalez, 34, was arrested for DWI. Officers requested TVAC assistance to headquarters for the defendant who sustained a facial injury from the accident. He was transported to Phelps with an officer onboard. At the hospital, Bello-Gonzalez was issued numerous summonses including DWI, returnable on April 25.
In another unrelated incident, police stopped a BMW with NY plates at 8:36 a.m. on April 19 on Cortlandt Street. Police found the plates were not the ones that should be on the car, and that the driver had a revoked license due to a previous DWI offense. Officer also charged the driver for criminal possession of a hypodermic needle and criminal possession of a controlled substance. Richard Simmons, 38, was taken into headquarters where it was learned that his license plates were stolen that morning from a vehicle parked at a train station in Putnam Valley where there was an open case out for them. Defendant was brought to Westchester County Jail on $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond with return court date of April 15.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.