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A man came into headquarters on August 4 reporting that he was at the Sunoco station getting gas the night prior, around 11:30 p.m. He believed he may have lost his wallet there but checked at the station today and they did not have the wallet. He allegedly lost his Connecticut driver's license and approximately $4,300 cash.
Three Arrested for Marijuana Possession
On August 4 at 10:51 p.m., police stopped a car with New York plates on Wildey at Valley Streets which resulted in the arrest of one women and two men for criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana. The county district attorney's office recommended bail of $2,000 for Caroline Y. Smith, 55, of Ossining; $5,000 for Mark Palmer, 30, of Sleepy Hollow; and $5,000 for Kenneth J. Edwards, 49, of Ossining. The car was towed by Stiloski's as the three waited arraignment.
Three Vehicles Mysteriously Struck
On August 5, the police blotter noted that three vehicles had been struck overnight on Kendall Avenue by an unknown vehicle.
A mother-baby raccoon duo were on on the front porch blocking the entrance to a tenant's residence on Pocantico Street on August 6 at 9:11 p.m. The landlord called police to help his tenant enter their home. The raccoons, said Lieutenant Anthony Bueti, were sent safely on their way and the tenants were able to get into their home. "They kind of have a bad rap, raccoons," Bueti said, "but they did the right thing to call the police. You never do know."
On August 6 at 10:21 p.m., a delivery man was reportedly trying to deliver a $17.40 pizza to 2 Hudson Street but found no one there to accept the order. While the driver was looking for the person(s) who may have ordered the pie, he left his vehicle momentarily unattended on the street. He reported to police that at this point, the Hollywood Pizza sign affixed to the roof of the delivery vehicle was stolen.
Help Me, Don't Help Me
A caller on August 7 at 7:20 p.m. reported that the Croton EMS had been transporting a patient to the emergency room of . Upon arrival, the patient opened the rear door of the ambulance and fled on foot in an unknown direction. The patient was described to police as a black male wearing a black shirt and blue shorts.
Sleepy Hollow PD located the man, discovering he had actually been transported from 128 Cortlandt Street to Phelps earlier that day complaining of chest pains. He refused medical attention upon arrival and made his way to Croton, presumably by train, said Lieutenant Bueti, to Croton where he again complained of chest pains. He was taken by back by Croton EMS to Phelps when he fled from help again. When police found him, he refused any medical attention and was sent on his way.
Robin's Nest of Smoke
An emergency call came in for a fire outside of the Robin's Nest Daycare Facility at Phelps on August 8 at 10:11 p.m. A full fire department response was ordered; officers on scene reported an electrical fire with lots of smoke. The fire department was unable to determine the origin of the smoke at that point. The electricity in the building was shut down and the Phelps electrician would be investigating the cause of the problem.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Sleepy Hollow Police activities and responses during the listed dates.