The Tarrytown Police Department reported the following incidents:
Oct. 14 – Oct. 21
It was a bad week for deer in Tarrytown with incidents reported: on 10/14 of a deer struck in the vicinity of 100 Benedict Ave (though injured, it got up and ran off); a vehicle struck a deer on 10/15 in front of 114 Benedict Ave; deceased deer, also struck by vehicle, on Benedict Avenue near the Halston House on 10/16; a deer struck by vehicle on South Broadway was in the roadway causing a traffic issue on 10/18, but officers found no deer on arrival; on 10/21 an injured deer on Gracemere Road, was found dead on arrival off the side of the private roadway; and, finally, another dead deer was found on side of South Braodway on 10/21 and removed by the DPW.
10:47 p.m. A bus driver for the Bee-Line company reported he had a male party refusing to leave the bus at the bus stop at Wildey and Central Ave. As police were en route, male left bus without incident and was picked up by his mother.
4:02 p.m. A suicidal female was reported by the MTA to be on the platform of the Tarrytown train station. Officers responded to find her on the southbound platform. Woman was transported to Westchester County Medical Center psychiatric department.
11:21 a.m. A caller requested an officer to come to the RiverWalk next to Hudson Harbor to collect a suspicious looking purse in the water. Purse was in an area not accessible from shore; police requested assistance from fire department, who were able to retrieve the purse. Item was turned over to the detective division for further investigation.
4:10 p.m. Female complainants came to headquarters to report that they were assaulted on White Street on the morning of 10/15 at about 3:45 a.m. Statements and photographs of injuries were taken.
8:21 a.m. An overnight larceny from a vehicle was reported. GPS, digital camera and portable DVD player were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Croton Avenue. Victim at 9:16 a.m. reported being contacted by Chase Bank who advised her a Chase card in her name was used overnight. Information was forwarded to the detective division who upgraded charges to grand larceny/credit card.
10:39 a.m. A teacher fell while holding an infant on Wildey Avenue. The teacher was transported to Phelp’s for pain to her arm and elbow. The infant, who hit the floor during the fall, was evaluated on site and deemed to be in good health. The infant’s mother said she would seek medical treatment from her pediatrician that day.
10:31 p.m. An intoxicated female reported she was forced to leave the Music Hall by an unknown employee. Employee at the scene reported female was disorderly and he asked her to leave numerous times. When she was told that the police would be called she left the Music Hall and called headquarters.
2:34 a.m. Caller reported there was a man trying to gain entry to his apartment on Martling Avenue through his front door. Caller was currently holding door shut. Police reported finding a disoriented 68-year-old male who resides in same building and was at the wrong door. Male was transported to Phelp’s to assess his mental state and possible leg injury.
8:53 a.m. Caller reported person using a leaf blower on the property of the Tarryhall Nursing Home at Wood Court. Officer reported employee is not restricted by the Village ban, however the employee was advised of the ordinance not to start until 9 a.m.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.