An officer reported there was a large group on Beekman on Oct. 5 at 1:13 a.m. T
as a car double parked with a male driver out of the car and with the group. Police charged the man, aged 22, of Tarrytown for driving while intoxicated.
Two fights were reported in Sleepy Hollow one day.
On Oct. 6 at 2:23 a.m., an Elm Street woman reported her husband had been assaulted on the way home. She said as they were walking home from a party two men accused her husband of kicking their car and started a fight with him.
The male victim refused any medical attention and did not want to give a statement. He said he didn't know the men or what house they ran into they left.
They did not wish any further police action.
On Oct. 6 at 2:27 p.m., a caller reported a fight in progress on Chestnut Street. The caller said the participants were now running away. The caller also mentioned blood.
Police went and saw no fight but talked to people nearby. They then went to a nearby residence on Cortlandt Street and requested an ambulance. One man was taken to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
A woman said her boyfriend was fighting in front of the store at 178 Beekman Avenue. He wished to file charges but would do so when he was released from the hospital. Police said the case is under investigation.
Flat Tire Mischief
A woman complained to police that her tires were flat and she believed it was criminal mischief. Her daughter's car had been damaged in the past as well.
Police sent to College Avenue to take photos on Oct. 8 and the woman didn't want to complete a report. She wanted to speak with a certain detective and not the one sent. Photos taken and blotter completed at this time.
Police noticed a man with a backpack hiding between the church and the rectory on Depeyster Street on Oct. 8 just after 6 p.m.
Another officer arrived and the first officer reported the man had taken off running down Beekman but he was unsure where he went.
Police searched the area but didn't find the man. They did find four bags of a "green leafy substance" at the scene. Chief Camp said they believe this to be marijuana.
A 30-year-old Ossining man was charged with criminal contempt after Phelps Memorial Hospital called police. The man was violating a criminal order of protection and was arrested on Oct. 9 at 10:17 a.m., police said.
A Pocantico Street caller told police on Oct. 9 a that she had damage to her front windows possibly from a BB gun. It was noted for the record.
Husband's Bad Luck
A Kendall Way resident told police that her husband had left for Westchester Community College that morning and hadn't returned by 8:29 p.m. on Oct. 9. She asked if police could look for his car as he had a tendency to fall asleep on the side of the road.
Police looked and had WCDPS contacted to have a unit go to the campus to try to find the man.
At 8:37 p.m. the woman reported her husband had made it home and had had a flat tire.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.