Rage Against the Machine

Tarrytown Police report several rage-related incidents: one between drivers and one against technology.

ATM Rage

On Dec. 5 at 10:50 a.m. the security manager for Citibank at South Broadway came to headquarters to report that at about 8:45 a.m. that day, a Chase customer using the Citibank ATM was unable to withdraw funds. The customer then entered the bank to complain to Citibank staff. When he was advised to contact Chase, he reportedly said, “Who do I contact first, Chase or Citibank, when I blow up the ATM?”

The employee reported that due to customer service agreements, Chase would not release any customer information. Police advised the employee to have the employee to whom the threatening statement was made come to headquarters to make a written statement.

Road Rage

On Dec. 5 at 2:12 p.m., police received two 911 calls for a physical fight between two motorists on South Broadway in the area of Eldorado West diner/Doubletree Hotel.

Officers on the scene spoke with a driver with NY plates who said he was involved in a pushing match with a driver and a passenger over a road rage incident.

None of the parties involved wanted further police action taken and the police reported the dispute was resolved.

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