Here is a summary of incidents in Tarrytown from August 18, 2011 to August 25, 2011:
11:52 a.m. A man walked into police headquaters claiming that he wanted to report a domestic dispute he was having with his girlfriend. Before officers could interview him, he left the building. Officers caught up with him on Cortlandt Street where the man and his girlfriend both stated the dispute was verbal and that neither party wanted to press charges.
2:33 a.m. A night security guard at 455 S Broadway reported seeing a suspicious person in the lobby. The male was questioned about why he was in the lobby, but then fled. Officers checked the surrounding area for the individual, with no results.
2:49 p.m. A caller reported that their parked car had been struck by an unknown vehicle near 40 Benedict Avenue. The car was struck on the drivers side front bumper and fender. Paint left at the scene indicated the culprit was driving a white car. The incident was noted for the record.
2:27 a.m. A caller on Storm Street reported that the mother of his child was extremely intoxicated and banging on his front door in an effort to see their child. The man had refused to allow the woman entry, despite her insistent door banging. Officers arrived at the scene and the ex-girlfriend decided to voluntarily leave the premises. A domestic incident report was recorded.
10:37 p.m. Three girls walked into police headquarters to report that while they were walking in the area of Wildey Street and Valley Street, two males whistled and blew kisses at them. The girls became alarmed and ran away. Officers could not locate the individuals. The incident was noted.
7:00 p.m. While investigating a suspicious vehicle parked by the Eastview Pump Station, officers witnessed a male urinating in the pump house driveway. The defendant, from Strousberg, PA, was arrested and taken to police headquarters. His car was towed. The man was later charged with disorderly conduct and bail was set at $100. However, the man refused to make a phone call and said he had no money to post the bail. He was transported to Westchester County Jail and was set to appear in court the following day.
8:48 a.m. A caller on Miller Avenue reported that his parked car was hit by an unknown driver in a white van. The impact of the collision had caused the caller's Toyota Corolla to be pushed up on the sidewalk and into the side of a tree.
9:41 p.m. A caller reported that her husband had struck a deer while driving on White Plains Road. The car sustained front-end damage. Officers canvassed the area for the deer, but it could not be found.
2:56 a.m. Police stopped the driver of a taxi at the intersection of Cortlandt and Wildey Street. The registration for the car had been revoked to due to the insurance on the vehicle being cancelled. The driver was arrested and later given a court date. The taxi was towed from the scene.
6:41 p.m. A DWI hit and run accident occurred at the intersection of North Broadway and Central Avenue. Callers reported that a woman driving a black Infinity collided with the other vehicle and then fled the scene. The occupants of the other car involved in the accident were in need of unspecified medical assistance. Police tracked the black Infinity to Neperan Road and Altamont Avenue. The driver, from Scarsdale, was placed under arrest for DWI. A breath test later revealed she had a BAC of over .18, making the offense an aggravated DWI. The woman was processed, given a court date, and later released to a responsible party.
5:40 a.m. While on patrol, officers found a parked Toyota Camry on Hamilton Place that looked to have been struck by an unknown vehicle, causing extensive damage and pushing the car into another car parked on the street.
3:45 p.m. An anonymous caller reported that a car had parked illegally on the sidewalk on Elizabeth Street, and was partially blocking traffic. Officers confirmed that car was in violation and would block emergency vehicles. A tow truck was called. While the tow was in process, the owner came out and paid the towing fee on the spot. After police and the tow truck let the scene, another anonymous caller stated that the driver had returned to the same spot and was again illegally parked. Officers returned to the scene and advised the man of the consequences if he continued to disobey the law. The man relocated his vehicle.
8:41 a.m. A woman reported that while jogging on the Neperan Road trail, a male exposed his genitalia to her. The male was described as an unshaven Hispanic, wearing a blue shirt and black running shorts. Officers found one individual who matched the description given, but the woman said he was not the same person who had so inappropriately exposed himself. A case regarding the matter was filed.
3:30 a.m. Police received a 911 call about an EF student being bitten by a raccoon. The student suffered bites to his left arm and right foot. The Department of Health was notified and the student was transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital for his injuries and possible rabies treatment.
2:40 a.m. Police arrested a man on South Washington Street for criminal possession of stolen property and numerous drug offenses after a reported break-in in the same shared apartment facility. The man was found to have packets of cocaine in his possession and an assortment of drug paraphernalia in his residence.
3:38 p.m. A woman walked into police headquarters to report that she was followed by a white middle-aged man driving a gray Saturn while she was in the Walgreens parking lot. The man then appeared again when the woman was at CVS and asked her for directions. The woman thought it was suspicious and wanted the incident noted for the record.
6:24 a.m. A verbal dispute between a landlord and a tenant was reported at a South Washinton Street residence. The argument was verbal only regarding a matter to be taken up in civil court.
9:15 a.m. A woman living on White Plains Road called police to report that her husband was acting irrational and stacking garbage in the living room. The man said he was stacking his wife's items there because they had previously been in a garage that he was no longer going to rent. The man decided to leave for the rest of the day and all parties were satisfied.
Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.