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The Sleepy Hollow blotters were light this week with an unusually low 39 calls received verses a more typical week of 80-plus calls.
Following a series of in Tarrytown last week, there was one similar easy-access incident in Sleepy Hollow.
On September 1 at 9:03 p.m., a woman reported that her vehicle had been parked the night before on Pocantico Street just north of Beekman Avenue at 4 p.m. On this day at 2 p.m. she discovered that her Chase credit, Chase debit, and Capitol One credit cards were missing along with $360 cash. She had left her pocketbook in the unlocked car overnight.
On September 4 at 8:32 a.m., a Sleepy Hollow police officer reported that the deli at 86 Beekman Avenue, in a foreclosed building and shut down, had visible rotten food inside and a large amount of flies on the window. The building inspector was requested and would follow up with the owner. At 10:51 a.m. the next day a summons was issued to the foreclosure company for the litter on the sidewalk.
On September 6 at the same property, a and investigated. Sleepy Hollow Fire Department responded along with the building department and found nothing leaking inside the condemned and unoccupied building.
On September 4 at 1:02 p.m. a caller stated that on Chestnut Street there was a man screaming on his cell phone, “I want my f---ing weed or money.” Units were sent but could not locate the man.
Minor oops at the when someone cooking microwave popcorn in the teacher’s lounge activated the school’s alarms, initiating a full Fire Department response on September 6 at 5:39 p.m.
Bounced Checks, Death Threats
On September 7 at 11:45 a.m., a complainant reported that a customer of her Tarrytown store had bounced two checks. She had called the customer on her home phone to tell her the checks had insufficient funds. The customer apparently called the store owner back later at her Yonkers home stating, “I’m going to come to your store and kill you,” and then hung up. Complainant asked police to talk to the customer, which they went to do.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.