The Elizabeth Mascia daycare center again reported to Tarrytown police there found human feces at their Sheldon Avenue location on Sept. 26.
The caller said they found the feces on their back steps and that there's been other occurrences of feces and criminal mischief done to the property recently. Police opened a case to investigate.
Back to Back False Alarms Pulled at Marymount
The Tarrytown Fire Department and police responded to three alarms at the EF School, two of which resulted in arrests for malicious pulls.
On Sept. 26, the Tarrytown fire department was dispatched to the EF School just before midnight.
An officer at the scene said the alarm was due to a "malicious pull." They soon found the alleged culprit and charged a youth with falsely reporting an incident in the second degree.
The youth was arraigned and released to an EF official with a return court date.
Then at 1:54 a.m. on Sept. 27, the alarms again sounded. This time, officials found it be from the alarm box malfunctioning. However, they did find a student who needed medical assistance and they got them on an ambulance to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
At 4:47 p.m. that day, the alarm company again reported a general fire alarm going off at the school. Again officers believed it stemmed from a false pull.
They took one man into custody, with statements filed by Tarrytown fire chief Dom Morabito and the EF security supervisor.
The defendant, 21, was charged with falsely reporting an incident in the second degree and arraigned with their passport surrendered to the court. The defendant was released to school officials with a return court date.
Unwanted Man on Campus
EF Security reported to Tarrytown police on Sept. 27 at 3:05 p.m. that they had an unwanted man on campus. Officers on the scene found out that the man is wanted in Sleepy Hollow.
The 22-year-old was turned over to Sleepy Hollow police on a previous unlawful possession of marijuana charge.
Unconscious Kid at YMCA Pool
Police received a 911 call from the YMCA for an unconscious child at the swimming pool on Sept. 27 at 7:51 p.m.
The child was transported by Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps to Westchester Medical Center. Police had no further information at this time.
Former DWI, Now Litterer
Police stopped a driver for littering on Main Street on Sept. 29 at 1:07 p.m. and found that the man was driving with a license revoked for past DWI convictions.
The car was turned over its registered owner and the driver was issued various vehicle and traffic summonses and a village code violation for littering.
The 38-year-old man was charged with:
- operating a motor vehicle by unlicensed driver,
- aggravated unlicensed operation in the second,
- refusing chemical test,
- circumvention of interlock device (testing one's alcohol level before allowing car ignition),
- and not using safety belts.
A man reported to police that his Yamaha motorcycle had been stolen from John Street. It was last seen at midnight on Oct. 1. Police filed a grand larceny case which they are investigating.
The Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force stopped a car on Neperan Road on Oct. 2 at 5:28 p.m. and found the driver to have a suspended license and a quantity of cocaine in his possession.
The defendant, aged 26, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh and aggravated unlicensed operation in the second, and released with a court date.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.