Suspicious, Loud Music
A Clinton Street woman reported to police on Sept. 13 at 6:15 p.m. that there appeared to be at least three men in the rear of her residence doing something illegal.
She described them as: one heavyset in a red shirt, one thin with a white shirt, and one man a green shirt.
Police at the scene found a silver Chevy Cavalier out front with the keys in the ignition and music at a very high volume. Police shut the music, took the keys and locked the car. They brought the keys to headquarters for the registered owner to pick up and to collect a summons.
Just before 8 p.m., police received a call from a woman claiming to be the vehicle owner looking to retrieve her keys. In a half hour she came with the title for the car and to retrieve her keys. Police gave her a ticket for the noise coming from her car.
Lying in the Road
A caller at 11:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 told police that there were people lying down in the roadway on Old Sleepy Hollow Road who appear to be intoxicated.
She said she had called police three times, however Sleepy Hollow police said they had only received one cell phone call. Police went to the location and found that Mt. Pleasant police were already on the scene and said they would handle the situation.
Driver Strikes Pole
A driver, who told police she was distracted by grocery bags falling over in her car, struck a pole on Route 9 near Kelbourne Avenue on Sept. 15 at 8:12 a.m. Officers sent and notified Con Edison to make sure the pole wasn't damaged.
Police responded to a call about a possible fight in front of the Oasis Bar on Beekman Avenue on Sept. 16 just before midnight. A caller told police there was screaming in front of the bar, but police found no fight when they arrived.
They were told that an intoxicated man got mad after being refused service and began screaming. Witnesses said that he also broke a flower pot belonging to Hollywood Pizza.
Police found the rear driver side window of a car parked in the Elm Street lot to be broken on Sept. 16 at 6:20 p.m. They contacted the owner of the car and filed a criminal mischief case which is under investigation. Nothing was reported stolen from the car and police are trying to determine if it was broken intentionally or by accident.
Struck by Employee
On Sept. 17 just before 10 a.m., someone called from 333 North Broadway saying he just been assaulted by an employee.
The man told police that that they started arguing and his employee struck him on the left side of the face. Officers on the scene reported the complainant did not wish to pursue criminal charges and wanted no further police action at this time.
The employee was sent home from work for the day.
Cortlandt Street Scene
The evening of Sept. 17 looked hectic on Cortlandt and Valley streets, with a commercial being filmed, Con Edison at work, and a police investigation underway.
At 5:54 p.m. police stopped a car and requested a lieutenant come for further investigation, along with a tow truck. The car was taken to the rear of headquarters and two were taken in for questioning.
Lt. Anthony Bueti said the case is under investigation and he couldn't disclose more. However, he added, that with parts of Valley Street closed off that day, the scen looked bigger than it was.
"It looked like a big scene because Con Ed was working at the same location and NY Health was filming a commercial around the corner, causing more than the usually pedestrian and vehicular traffic," Bueti said.
Nails Around Car
On Sept. 18, a North Broadway woman reported to police that someone had put nails all around her car and she believed it was her brother.
The woman told police that about 5:30 a.m. that day she had seen her brother walking around her car. She later checked the car and found several 1-1/2 inch nails spread around the car. The car was not damaged. The woman asked for a blotter entry at the time.
Police stopped a suspicious car on Continental Street on Sept. 18 at 10:50 a.m. and made an arrest of one man. Police did not disclose further.
Multiple callers at 8:15 a.m. reported to police on the morning of Sept. 19 a three-car accident in the area of Route 117 near the New York Life complex entrance. Police transferred the callers to Mt. Pleasant PD.
Officers were sent to check the location to make sure it was in Mt. Pleasant jurisdiction. Mt. Pleasant dispatched their medic and Briarcliff ambulance.
However, the officer reported that the accident was in Sleepy Hollow on Phelps Lane. Mt. Pleasant police said they would still respond. Sleepy Hollow police had no further information.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.