A youth and his mother reported to police that the boy had been assaulted in Patriot's Park and his cell phone stolen.
The mother and 15-year-old son came to headquarters on Oct. 4 at 4:10 p.m. to report that around 3 p.m. he had been pushed by a teen and robbed. Lt. William Herguth said he hadn't been injured, and he was able to identify the 14-year-old who allegedly stole his phone. The boy will go before Family Court, Herguth said.
Credit Card Fraud
A Bridge Street resident reported someone had opened a credit card in their name without their authorization and charged $1,659 to the account.
Police are investigating case of identity theft.
A caller reported to police on Oct. 5 at 10:28 a.m. that the construction noise on Deertrack Lane was unacceptable to her. She believed the construction was in violation of village noise ordinance.
Tarrytown Police sergeant went to the area and spoke to her as well as other residents of Deertrack Lane and Pintail Road. A resident at Pintail Road said he had cracks in the stone wall in his driveway from teh construction equipment being operated across the street from his house.
The sergeant found no code violations however, which he told headquarters and all the residents at the scene.
The assistant building inspector confirmed that all the permits were valid for the work and that construction can operate from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with no noise constraints within that code.
However, at 11:26 a.m. construction was shut down for the day by Village Administrator Mike Blau.
The village would follow up on Monday with any construction limitations at worksite. The sergeant said he closed the construction site that day without incident.
Accident with Injury
A caller reported a one-car accident on Neperan Road on Oct. 6 just before 2 p.m.
On the scene, an officer requested Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps for the driver, 21, of Poughkeepsie complaining of neck pain. The driver, who apparently started to hydroplane and hit a utility pole, was taken to Phelps Memorial Hospital.
Move to the Quiet Car!
MTA Police requested assistance from Tarrytown Police for a fight in progress on a southbound train.
Tarrytown Police on Oct. 7 at 1:42 p.m. reported there was a dispute between two passengers over loud music on the train. Police got a passenger off the train with the conductor and turned him over to MTA police.
A South Washington caller reported to police the evening of Oct. 8 that a former tenant had just punched and broken a window.
Officers spoke to the caller at the scene who said that the man, 31, had left the scene.
Police found him on Wildey Street and arrested him on a charge of criminal mischief in the fourth degree. At headquarters he "was asked and refused numerous times" if he wanted medical help for cuts on his hand from breaking the glass window.
The man told police he was trying to get the attention of someone inside by tapping the window when it broke, Lt. William Herguth said.
The complainant gave a statement.
The judge arraigned the man with a return court date.
On the morning of Oct. 9, a South Washington Street caller said she saw the man who broke the window last night on the front porch of the same location and she wasn't sure he was allowed to be there.
Police found no sign of the suspect around the property.
At 8:30 a.m., Chief Scott Brown reported seeing the man on South Washington Street. Police located him at another address down the road. He was arrested now on a charge of criminal contempt in the second degree at secured in holding cell B, another misdemeanor charge.
The was arraigned and brought to Westchester County Jail with a return court date.
EF Security reported to Tarrytown Police on Oct. 9 that they had a male trespasser on their property.
Police just after 6 p.m. reported the arrest of one man, 22, on McKeel Avenue, for criminal trespass in the third degree.
Lt. William Herguth said the man is an ex-student who was told to stay off school property in late September.
He was held for arraignment and brought to County Jail on $250 cash bail. This is the second time he faced this charge and another in Sleepy Hollow for marijuana possession?
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.