The following information was supplied by the Sleepy Hollow Police Department.
Police Car Struck
A Sleepy Hollow police officer reported that his car had been struck and sustained minor damaged on Nov. 18 at 3:16 p.m. while he was responding to a traffic accident on North Broadway with his overhead emergency lights on. The driver was issued a summons for damage to village property.
Leaf Blower vs. Rake
On Nov. 19 at 9:01 a.m. a caller on North Broadway reported that his landscaper was assaulted by his neighbor with a garden hoe. An officer on the scene spoke with the caller who stated that his neighbor had been standing on her own property when swinging a rake at his landscaper, who was using a leafblower on his property. The landscaper said he didn’t want to make a complaint at the time and said he was not struck. Police also spoke to the neighbor and advised her of the complaint made.
Injured Coyote Killed
On Nov. 19 at 11:53 a.m., a caller said there was an injured coyote in a pile of bushes near 7 Fremont Road. An officer was sent and confirmed this and reported killing the animal with one round of his pistol; DPW notified to remove the body.
Two Accidents with Injuries
A caller on Nov. 19 at 5:42 p.m. reported an accident at Bellwood and Palmer Avenue. Police Chief Gregory Camp said a car was travelling north on Bellwood and hit the utility pole.
Officers requested an ambulance and the fire department. Con Edison responded to fix the pole and in turn requested Verizon who replaced it. Camp reported no loss of power to the area.
Stiloski’s towed the vehicle and an ambulance transported one person to the Westchester Medical Center. Camp said no more information was available on the injury.
On Nov. 20 at 7:08 a.m., a caller reported a two-car accident on North Broadway. Camp said a car was making a left onto Route 9 northbound from College Avenue and was struck by a car travelling southbound on Route 9.
Officers requested two tow trucks and an ambulance. Both cars were towed from scene. Camp reported there were three minor injuries. One person was transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital emergency room; two others refused medical assistance.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.