A North Washington Street woman came to police to report on Jan. 5 that her son's father had arrived at her house that morning and demanded to see his six-year-old son. She refused, and he reportedly shoved her and left the scene. She would follow up in family court.
However, a doctor at Phelps Memorial Hospital called police asking for assistance that day at 7:06 p.m. They reported a patient was involved in an earlier domestic incident, for injuries she had been treated for at the facility, and she was scared other party may be at her residence on North Washington.
Officers met her at home when she returned and reported all in order.
The woman came into headquarters on Jan. 6 to file a statement that police investigated. They arrested the man, 39, from Ossining on Jan. 7 on charges of attempted assault in the third degree and attempted endangering the welfare of a child.
A 92-year-old Tarrytown woman fell on the ice on North Broadway on Jan. 5 at 3:02 p.m. and was transported to Phelps Memorial emergency room for pain in her right arm and shoulder.
At 4:35 p.m., an officer reported falling on the ice at the Division Street DPW depot while fueling his car. He had a cut on his hand and pain in his elbow and shin for which he did not require medical assistance, Lt. William Herguth said.
At 8:15 p.m., a caller reported she had fallen at 1 River Plaza and was unable to get up. Officers went and got her to her feet.
A caller reported to Tarrytown police on Jan. 2 that they had gotten a call from someone saying they represented Con Edison and the line would be shut down unless they got paid.
The rep said the payment needed to be made in gift cards. The caller told police he knew immediately the call was false and he hung up. He requested blotter documentation of the incident.
A resident reported that five fraudulent accounts had been opened in his name on Dec. 24. The accounts were for Pier 1, J. Crew, Target, Pottery Barn and the Victoria Secret store.
He could not provide values of the charges but would be receiving all the documentation.
Police issued him an identity theft packet and complainant would follow up with the credit card company.
Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps reported there was an accident on Main Street on Jan. 3 at 1:39 a.m.
Officers said that due to snow conditions, a car had struck a parked car which then struck another parked car.
The operator was taken to Phelps Memorial Hospital for head pain and towing responded for a car.
The driver was an off-duty NYC corrections officer in possession of a weapon which ambulance workers said they did not feel safe transporting with them to the hospital.
The weapon was held in a police locker for the man to pick up after treatment. He came back at 3:24 a.m.
A Tappan Zee bus was stuck in the roadway on Central Avenue on Jan. 3 at 10:05 a.m. The highway department was notified and assisted with the bus able to resume its route.
A West Main Street resident said told police he was involved in an ongoing problem with the RiverMarket restaurant who placed HVAC equipment on the roof of his condominium. The noise, he described, was excessive and he would report back when it was happening.
He came at 12:04 p.m. on Jan. 3 and reported back on Jan. 4 at 12:15 a.m. saying it was excessively loud and vibrating his unit. Police confirmed the complaint and the resident said he would follow up with the building department.
Deer vs. Fence
A passing driver reported to police on Jan. 5 at 10:06 a.m. that a deer was continuously running into the fence on Neperan Road. Police checked the area and found no deer.
Dog Poop Dispute
A South Washington Street caller reported to police an ongoing dispute with his downstairs neighbor over his dog's habits. The complainant said the neighbor's dogs are constantly defecating around his car and urinating on his tires.
He said that when he told his neighbors "all they do is laugh in his face." On this morning of Jan. 8 he reportedly cleaned up the feces around his car and put it in the garbage can. The neighbor came out and took it out and threw it at the caller.
He said he had spoken with the landlord as well. The officer spoke with the landlord who agreed he too has had an ongoing problem with the dogs in the first floor apartment.
Police tried to speak with these tenants but there was no answer at the door. They went to the husband's place of employment but it was not open yet.
The matter was noted for the record at this time.
Note: an arrest does not indicate a conviction.