A caller reported to police on August 1 at 7:20 a.m. that she saw a man push a woman to the ground in front of 300 N. Washington Street. Officers at the scene filed a domestic incident report for a fight that apparently turned physical when one party slapped another.
The fight was over allegations of cheating, police said.
No further police action requested but complainant would follow up in family court.
Man Spooking People out of Parking Lot
A caller reported to police on August 2 at 6:02 p.m. that a man had been lingering in the parking lot of the Tyrynda Thai restaurant on Cortlandt Street for several days and was there now.
The restaurant representative said his customers were afraid to park.
Officers found a man matching the description and sent him on his way.
Accident in Front of High School
A caller reported to police a two-car accident on North Broadway in front of the high school on August 3 at 9:57 a.m.
There was fluid spillage in the roadway from the accident which the fire department was contacted to clean, and an ambulance was called for a person complaining of head pain. One person was taken to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
Police said one car was going southbound and turning into the school when it struck a northbound car.
Abducted in PA?
A woman came into police headquarters on August 4 at 2:48 p.m. to report that she had been abducted in Camp Hill, PA and was dropped off in New York by an unknown person. She did not want any police action taken or medical help, but was only requesting a way to get home.
The Sharing Community in Yonkers was contacted and would take her overnight.
Police contacted Camp Hill, PA police and nearby to ask if a missing persons report or abduction report was out. Agencies contacted had no such record.
The woman was taken to the sharing house, which would also assist her in getting home.
Caller Possibly Locates Missing Man
The 'vulnerable' man who wandered off from his family for over a day was possibly sighted by a woman taking a bus from Yonkers to Hastings.
A woman called Sleepy Hollow police on August 5 at 6 p.m. saying she believed she saw the missing man on the 6U bus while she was on it around 11:19 a.m. She said the man was possibly wearing a black shirt. She did not recall seeing him get off the bus. The BeeLine supervisor was contacted in an effort to find the bus' driver.
Police have not confirmed if this was indeed the missing man she saw.
An off-duty officer reported seeing two males rolling what appeared to be a marijuana cigar while he was in Barnhardt Park on August 6 at 2:15 p.m.
Officers went to the park and reported finding two suspects and placing one under arrest.
They charged a 23-year-old Sleepy Hollow man with unlawful possession of marijuana.
One-Ton Safe Stolen from Unoccupied Home
A caller reported to police on August 8 that someone had entered their basement on Clinton Street and stolen something unusually heavy.
Officers went and learned that the homeowners discovered an antique safe containing mortgage papers and their property deed had been stolen from the unoccupied residence over three months ago.
The safe was reported to weigh over 1,000 pounds and the homeowner was unsure who took it or how it was removed. They had been told that several people had been hanging out behind the home during various hours.
Pocketbook Left on Car Roof
A caller reported to police on August 8 that she lost her pocketbook -- containing all her personal identification, credit cards and house keys.
She left it on the roof of the car when she drove off from Phelps Memorial Hospital property.
Hospital security was advised of the lost property and officials searched the area with no results.
Suspicious Man in Roadway
A caller reported to police on August 7 at 10:37 a.m. that a man was walking southbound on Route 9 in the northbound lanes of traffic.
Police went and found the man and requested an ambulance as he was disoriented.
Mutual aid ambulance was called and Ossining responded and took the man to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
Dog in Car Causes Domino Effect
Police responded to the scene of an accident on August 7 at 1:49 p.m. for a traffic accident on Gordon Avenue where one car had apparently hit three parked cars.
Police completed an accident report.
The driver said he was distracted by his dog in the car, which caused a "domino effect" when hitting another car, Police Chief Gregory Camp said.
Broadway Accident with Injuries
Airbags were deployed in both cars involved in an accident on North Broadway at Palmer Avenue on August 7 at 6:10 p.m.
Police said a car was turning left out of Palmer onto Broadway when a car going southbound collided with it.
The Sleepy Hollow Fire Department responded with police to the scene along with ambulance and towing.
The ambulance took one person to Phelps Memorial Hospital complaining of arm pain.
Police charged a New Rochelle woman, aged 36, with DWI on Clinton Street at 4:31 a.m. on August 8. Police said they had responded to a civilian complaint after she almost hit his car.
A caller reported to Sleepy Hollow police that a truck almost hit his car. He said the driver just came out of a bar and was driving down Beekman in a black Ford F-150 that just turned down Clinton. Officers found the car on Clinton Street and arrested the woman.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.