There was a three-car accident on Benedict Avenue on Sept. 6 at 6:24 p.m. to which police and ambulance responded.
Lt. William Herguth said three cars were going west by Rosehill Avenue. The driver of the third car told police he was blinded by sun glare and did not see the car in front of him slow down. He hit this car in the rear, which then hit the car in front of it in the rear.
The drivers hailed from Montauk, White Plains and New Jersey.
Two people complained of head and neck pain and were taken to the hospital, he said.
A caller reported to police that there had been a car accident with injuries on South Broadway on Sept. 6 at 6:40 p.m.
Police on the scene reported a driver and a passenger of one car both complained of minor neck injuries, but refused medical attention.
The operator of the second car told police that his car's brakes had fully failed and he could not stop, striking another car.
The car was towed for safekeeping and brake inspection and its driver was issued a ticket for unlicensed operation.
Drug Investigation on John Street
The Greenburgh Task Force on Sept. 6 at 9:46 p.m. told Tarrytown police they were conducting an drug investigation on John Street. They got consent to search the residence and found a "quantity of marijuana and narcotic equipment inside," according to the police report.
Police arrested one resident, 20, for criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree and had no further information on an ongoing investigation.
The man was released with a court date.
Asleep at Wheel
An accident in front of 132 North Broadway left three cars damaged, police said. Police say the driver, 28, of Tarrytown, had fallen asleep at the wheel.
A caller reported the accident on Sept. 10 at 1:46 a.m. One car had struck three cars that were legally parked on Broadway, police said. Towing came to remove all three cars.
The driver sustained a minor cut to his arm and refused medical attention. He was taken to his parent's home.
Lots of Violations
A Staten Island man was stopped on Riverview Avenue on Sept. 10 at 6:42 p.m. and issued numerous violations by Tarrytown Police.
The driver, 54, was unlicensed and had his privilege to drive suspended. His car was towed and he was taken to headquarters. He was released with a court date on $150 cash bail.
He was charged with:
- Aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree (three or more suspensions)
- failure to stop at a stop sign
- unlawful use of a mobile phone while driving
- operating a car with no license
A driver swerved off the road to avoid hitting a deer but struck a tree instead, Tarrytown police report.
Sleepy Hollow police reported to Tarrytown that there had been an accident at the intersection of Neperan and County House Road on Sept. 10 at 11:23 p.m. Police found the car was off the road and in the woods on Tower Hill Road.
Towing came as well as the Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps for an injured driver, but the 38-year-old from Tarrytown refused medical attention.
Sexual Favors for Money
A Gracemere Road resident told police that an unknown man had been calling with a blocked cell phone number, leaving messages on her cell phone requesting "sexual favors for money."
She had received the first call on March 5 and another one on Sept. 10.
Police noted it for the record at this time.
Drunk in the Drive-Thru
A McDonald's employee called police about a drunk man trying to be served by walking through the drive-thru window on Sept. 11 at 11:42 p.m.
The man, 38, of White Plains, was arrested for disorderly conduct and taken to headquarters. There police called Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps since the man had cuts on his hands from before police came.
The man refused medical help and was released with a return court date.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.