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Briarcliff Manor Police Blotter: Missing Clarinet; Phone Scam

The following is from the police department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the Briarcliff Manor Police Department from Oct. 1 to 7, 2012.

Saturday, Oct. 6

5:30 p.m. — Police reported stopping a vehicle on Pleasantville Road and arresting the driver, a 45-year-old Ossining man, for allegedly driving a vehicle with a suspended registration. The man was processed and released on $100 bail with a return court date of October 10.

5:12 p.m. — Police received a call reporting a sick coyote in the Central Drive neighborhood. Officers were unable to locate the animal.

Friday, Oct. 5

1:27 p.m. — Police reported arrested a New Rochelle man for alleged criminal mischief on an outstanding warrant. The man was picked up in Katonah and brought to Briarcliff Manor for processing.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

6:17 p.m. — A village resident reported receiving a call from someone claiming to be a P.C. Richard & Son employee who made reference to a request for assistance. The resident told police he suspected the call was an attempted scam.

5:11 a.m. — Police received a report of downed wires on Dogwood Lane. Officers responded to the scene and set up police tape. Con Edison was notified.

Monday, Oct. 1

3:32 p.m. — A Briarcliff High School student reported that he left his clarinet on the school bus. He stated that when he contacted the driver, he could not find the instrument. The clarinet is valued at $237.88. Police filed a lost property report.


Note: The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only — it does not represent all activity of the Briarcliff Manor Police Department.

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