Tarrytowners complain of strict of towing and booting policies, particularly in the lot behind North Broadway's CVS, in Sleepy Hollow a towing rep himself waged a recent complaint against those he booted.While
A towing company worker told police he was being harassed by a disgruntled group of illegally parked people on August 11 at 12:24 a.m.
Police sent units to 130 Beekman where three cars had been booted in the private lot of St. Teresa of Avila church.
Police said the car owners and tow company settled the matter and the car owners were advised to speak to the church regarding reimbursement.
However, the towing company representative came to headquarters after to file a formal complaint that someone had thrown a can of beer that struck him in the face.
Police charged on August 13 a 39-year-old Sleepy Hollow man -- either one of the ones booted or a friend, said Chief Gregory Camp -- with second degree harassment.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.