Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the from Jan. 2 — 8, 2012.
Sunday, Jan. 8
9:01 p.m. — A police officer reported there were wires down on Pleasantville Road. Officials determined the wires for a residence's cable access and advised the homeowner to contact the cable company.
4:35 p.m. — Police stopped a vehicle at the intersection of Route 9A and Chappaqua Road and arrested the driver, a 31-year-old New York City man, for driving a vehicle with a suspended registration. His driving permit also had three suspensions listed. The man and his two children were transported to headquarters for processing and the car was towed from the scene. He was released on $100 bail and is due back in court on January 25.
Friday, Jan. 6
12:40 p.m. — A New York City man called police and reported he had been cut off while driving on Route 9A northbound. He stated a car cut him off as it was coming out of the parking lot, causing him to swerve and make a 360 degree turn. He then hit the and North State Road signs at the intersection. The New York State Department of Transportation was notified of the sign damage.
10:43 a.m. — A Dalmeny Road resident reported a jewelry box with contents worth between $8,000 and $10,000 had gone missing from a bedroom closet. It was last seen approximately one-and-a-half years ago. The resident stated there did not appear to be forced entry at the home.
Thursday, Jan. 5
1:36 p.m. — A resident reported an unknown person had opened up three online accounts in his name. The alleged identity theft case was forwarded to the detective.
7:50 a.m. — The was dispatched to Frame Road after a strong odor of gas was reported. Con Edison was notified of the gas leak near Long Hill Road.
6:58 a.m. — Police performed a traffic stop in the northbound lanes of Route 9A and subsequently arrested a 24-year-old Peekskill man for driving a car with a suspended registration and with a suspended license. He was transported to headquarters for processing and released on $250 cash bail. The car was impounded. He is due back in court today.
Tuesday, Jan. 3
3:39 p.m. — A resident came into headquarters to turn in a letter she received that appeared to be a scam. The letter claimed the resident was a long lost relative of a deceased man whose estate was worth more than $9 million. A copy of the letter was forwarded to the detective for follow up.
10:34 a.m. — Police stopped a vehicle driving on Scarborough Road near the intersection of Shadowbrook Lane. The driver, a 27-year-old Ossining resident, was released on his own recognizance after being processed in headquarters fo driving for operating a vehicle with a suspended registration. A check also revealed the driver's license had also been suspended twice. The vehicle was towed from the scene. The man is due back in court today.
Monday, Jan. 2
6:34 p.m. — Police pulled over a vehicle heading northbound on Route 9A and arrested the driver, a 39-year-old Mount Kisco man, for driving a car with a suspended registration. He was taken to headquarters for processing and released on $100 bail. He is due back in court today.
Note: The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only — it does not represent all activity of the Briarcliff Manor Police Department.