Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the from July 2 — 8, 2012.
Sunday, July 8
12:40 p.m. — Two vehicles were involved in an accident on Chappaqua Road. No injuries were reported. The two drivers exchanged information at the scene.
7:56 a.m. — A sinkhole was reported on Hall Road. Police passed along the information to the .
Friday, July 6
5:05 p.m. — An Elizabeth Court resident reported she had multiple unauthorized transactions on her American Express card. Police filed a report of the alleged identity theft.
7:20 a.m. — Police responded to the Scarborough Metro North station, where the valet attendant and a resident were reportedly arguing over a parking spot. No police action was deemed necessary.
Thursday, July 5
2:10 p.m. — A North State Road resident came into police headquarters and reported someone had used her credit card in Danbury, CT, without her knowledge. She state that she had canceled the same credit card in the past when a similar incident occurred, but recently discovered two more unauthorized charges pending. Police advised her to speak with officials in Connecticut.
11:55 a.m. — A Fuller Road resident reported the home's mailbox had been stolen either the night before or earlier in the morning. A report was filed.
12:13 a.m. — A member reported her purse had been stolen during the July 4 fireworks show.
Wednesday, July 4
10:22 pm. — A caller reported fireworks were being set off on Woodlea Lane. No violations were observed by police.
9:21 p.m. — Police received a call reporting fireworks being set off in the area of 48 Macy Rd. No one was located at the scene.
7:02 p.m. — A Cypress Lane resident reported a neighbor was setting off fireworks. Police did not observe an violations at the scene.
Tuesday, July 3
8:18 a.m. — Police received a call reported a hazardous condition on Holbrook Road, where workers were located "in a bad spot," making it difficult for drivers to see them. By the time police arrived at the scene, a flag man was in place.
Monday, July 2
4:15 p.m. — Police responded to the , where a member reported seeing another golfer using his club. The man told police he believes a caddy stole the club. The caddy said he found the club. It was returned to its owner. Another member told police he also had clubs missing and said he believes the caddy took them, but did not have evidence of the alleged crime. No further police action was taken.
Note: The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only — it does not represent all activity of the Briarcliff Manor Police Department.