The following information was supplied by the . Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Late Night DWI Arrest
On April 26 at 1:14 a.m., police stopped a vehicle at the intersection of South Broadway and White Plains Road for speeding and making an unsafe lane change without using a signal. The driver, Chris Manolatos, 23, was given a sobriety test and arrested for driving while intoxicated. Manolatos was released to a responsible person with a return court date of May 2.
Several 911 calls came in for a motor vehicle accident on South Braodway. Three cars with NY plates were involved in what was only a property-damage accident with at least one car towed by .
Won't Pay for Unfinished Homework
A River Plaza apartment complex mother called police on April 27 to assist her with a dispute she was having with her neighbor. Apparently she had worked out an agreement to have her neighbor complete an entire folder of her son's homework that day for $35. When she came back to pick up the folder only half the work was completed. The neighbor told police she had only agreed to complete five pages of homework and when the mother wouldn't pay her she had refused to turn over the completed work. Both were advised of their options and will follow up in civil court.
On April 27, a driver reported that his car was struck by another car passing him on the wrong side of North Broadway in front of . The driver in question had left the scene. Police contacted the driver who came to headquarters; driver was found to have a suspended license (with four suspensions on three dates) out of the village of Hastings for failure to answer a summons to appear on May 6, 2011. Defendant was processed and released for return court date of May 9.
Ambulance for Intoxicated EF Student
A 911 call came in on April 27 at 10:47 p.m. from security requesting an ambulance for a student with possible alcohol poisoning. Officer on scene reported that a highly intoxicated student was transported by Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps to .
Child Struck on Route 9
Numerous calls came in for a child struck by a car on North Broadway at Wildey Street on April 28 at 12:51 p.m. Officers on scene reported the child was conscious and alert. TVAC arrived but patient, with mother present, refused medical attention.
Man Hits Wall, 'Frightened' Away by Angry Lady
On April 30 at 3:50 p.m., a caller reported she saw a car crash into a rock wall on her Gracemere Road property and attempt to flee. She said she had physically tried to stop the car by hitting the window and claimed her foot had been run over as the car drove away. She described the car as a blue Honda CRV with NY plates she was able to identify. Officers located the vehicle in the area. Driver said he was afraid to stop because he was "frightened by the woman's actions," according to the police report.
Village Parking Sign Knocked Down
In another incident in front of the library, a caller on April 30 at 5:21 p.m. reported that a white and blue shredder truck with orange lettering struck the village-owned parking signs on North Broadway and fled south. Police found one sign knocked down and notified DPW; the truck was gone.
Suicidal Man at Train Station
Police received a report of a suicidal man in front of the . Officers responding requested an ambulance for the man, who was transported by TVAC to Phelps for evaluation.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.