The reported the following incidents:
Mar. 22, 26, 27
7:11 p.m. An security supervisor walked into headquarters to report that two underage EF students had purchased alcohol from that day. The students said they were able to do so without showing any form of identification. The campus house parents said they observed both students walking to the liquor store and then walk out with a black plastic bag. They stopped both students on the sidewalk outside of the store and confiscated a bottle of Johnny Walker Black and a Grey Goose Vodka, then reported the incident to school security. EF Security transported all parties involved to the police station. Greenburgh Task Force was contacted.
In a follow up investigation to the case, statements was taken on Mar. 26 from EF teachers and students. Both students were issued violations for possession of alcohol under the age of 21 with intent to consume. In the attempt to call the employees of Grape Expectations, police were only able to leave voicemail messages. A Police Sergeant went to the store to obtain a copy of the video surveillance and spoke to the owner who said he would work on making a copy of the video available and would call the sergeant with the results. On Mar. 27, the sergeant returned to the store in the morning. The owner advised police that he was told by his attorney that neither himself nor his employees should speak to the police regarding the investigation.
4:06 p.m. A Sunnyside Avenue man came into headquarters with his two sons, saying his wife had punched and scratched one of the boys. Written statements were taken from both juveniles and the mother was placed under arrest for harassment. Police notified the child abuse hotline and a case worker was assigned to work with the family. Defendant was arraigned and released after being issued a temporary order of protection with a return court date of Mar. 28.
12:04 a.m. Caller reported there was a person possibly going into diabetic shock in the parking lot of the on Route 119; Greenburgh PD notified and responded.
3:50 p.m. Emergency 911 caller requested police to respond to Embree Street and then hung up. Officer on scene reported a domestic dispute; a defendant was placed under arrest for assault in the third degree. Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps came to headquarters to treat the victim. Defendant released with a return court date of Mar. 28.
4:24 p.m. A manager of called police to report that an unidentified male just shoplifted a basket full of store merchandise and fled the store. Officers canvassed area with negative results for a black male of large build, in his late 30s to early 40s, wearing a windbreaker type jacket, black pants and a black fishing-style hat who ran toward Wildey Street.
5:12 p.m. Caller reported a white male in a grey Chevy selling apparently counterfeit merchandise from the back of his car near on North Washington Street. The caller said the driver left and drove into Sleepy Hollow. Police were not able to track him down but traced the plates to a Hertz rental car.
5:08 p.m. A caller from Crescent Drive reported that his next door neighbor had been harassing him for an extended period of time and he needed police assistance. He complained of being videotaped on multiple occasions while he walked his dog. On this day, he said after again being taped, his neighbor began to scream at him about walking his dog while waving an umbrella in his face. Detective division to follow up with case.
11:22 a.m. Report of a verbal dispute in . Officers reported interviewing a party who had been requesting a copy of the Village Hall sexual harassment policy and complained of being refused a copy. Administrator Mike Blau said that the person was a and that is where he needed to go to get a copy of same, or that he could file a Freedom of Information request. Man refused to do so and was escorted from the hall.
3:38 p.m. An employee of a South Broadway business reported that her boss' estranged wife keeps visiting the office and causing a disturbance. The wife allegedly becomes verbally abusive toward the employee and on this date around 1:40 p.m. when the employee locked the door to the office, the wife continually banged on the door causing minor damage to it. The wife and her husband are in the process of getting a divorce. The husband/boss was not on scene at the time.
3:48 p.m. A caller reported that a solicitor knocked on her apartment door on Cottage Place and when she answered her door the man grabbed her arm and attempted to kiss her. Officers checked area for a suspect described as a Hispanic male in his 20s with long hair a thin build. He was wearing a gray jacket with a windmill symbol on it. Solicitor log was checked with complainant at headquarters who identified suspect from Just Energy company which is licensed with the village. Officers located the suspect at 5:38 p.m. on Hudson Street. He was arrested for third degree stalking. Defendant posted $500 bail for return court date of Mar. 28.
10:51 p.m. Greenburgh PD in the Halston House apartment complex. Numerous 911 calls were received for smoke in the building, causing firefighters to evacuate the whole building. One older woman was injured in her attempt to put out her kitchen fire.
8:17 p.m. Task force officer requested assistance in the rear of a building at 2 Hudson Street, where one 29-year-old man was placed under arrest for criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree. Defendant was arraigned and remanded to Westchester County Department of Correction.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.