The North Broadway CVS store manager reported to Tarrytown police that a larceny had taken place with a suspect they had on video and could identify.
A woman had allegedly left the store with six cans of Enfamil baby formula worth $127.44, Lt. William Herguth said.
Police secured the video and filed the petty larceny case on the morning of August 22. They made an arrest around 24 hours later on the morning of August 23.
A 24-year-old Yorktown Heights woman was charged with petty larceny and released with a court date.
A person came to headquarters to report the morning of August 24 that twice he had a screw placed in his tire causing a leak.
He said this happened while parking on Main Street and he believed it was intentional from an unknown person as it had happened before. The last time he did not report it, but this time police filed a criminal mischief case.
The man had already repaired the tire.
A caller reported to police on August 24 around 9 p.m. that she was at Sunset Cove with her boyfriend and an ex-boyfriend who would not leave them alone.
She had a stay-away order of protection filed against her ex-boyfriend, who apparently refused to leave.
Donald D. Caetano, 29, of Irvington was arrested on Green Street and charged with criminal contempt in the first degree, an E felony.
He had been previously convicted of criminal contempt in the second.
Caetano was arraigned that night with bail set at $10,000 cash and $25,000 bond. He was taken to Westchester County Jail.
Deja Vu: Fraudulent Credit Card Use
Police are investigating a grand larceny case following the alleged theft of a wallet and fraudulent credit card use from the Deja Vu store on North Broadway.
A customer of the store reported to police on August 26 that she had left her fanny pack, with her wallet in it, at the consignment shop on Friday evening. When she later called to ask if it was there, an employee said they had seen it on Saturday but it was now gone.
In the meantime someone had been using her credit cards, racking up $1,875 in charges.
Pedestrian Grazed by Car in Crosswalk
A 73-year-old Tarrytown man reported to police that while crossing the intersection of South Broadway and Prospect Avenue around 10:30 a.m. on August 27, a white SUV failed to yield to him and slightly grazed his back side.
The man wished for no medical attention but rather that the case be noted for the record. Officers searched the area and found no erratically driven white SUV nearby.
Felony Warrant Arrest
Detectives on the morning of August 28 reported the arrest of Malcolm S. McRae, 25, of Sleepy Hollow on an active felony bench warrant. The original charge from May 31 was for criminal sale of marijuana in the second degree. The defendant was booked and held for the ongoing court session.
Sick Before Jail?
A prisoner who police were preparing to take to county jail on the morning of August 28 was complaining of feeling sick and having difficulty breathing and said she was in need of medical attention.
Elmsford Ambulance responded to a mutual aid request and took her to Westchester Medical Center.
Her original charge was for criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh from May 29.
A Wilson Park Drive Toll Brothers home under construction suffered the loss of some copper pipe and a kitchen sink left outside, police report.
A caller reported the loss on August 28 at 1:49 p.m. and officers filed a grand larceny case.
A Sheldon Avenue resident reported to police on August 28 that the metal grates on her private road had been taken.
Officers confirmed that the grates were gone and also informed Greenburgh PD. The case was noted for the record at this time.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.