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Briarcliff Manor Police Blotter: Teen Burglary Arrest; Storm Log

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

Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the  from July 23 — 29, 2012.

Sunday, July 29

3:58 p.m. — A police officer reported an accident involving two vehicles on Route 9A near North State Road. Four people were hospitalized. .

Saturday, July 28

5:37 p.m. — The manager of reported there were parties arguing in the diner's parking lot. Police resonded to the scene and reported finding a visibly upset woman on Route 9. She told police her boyfriend had engaged in a verbal dispute with her and left on foot toward Arcardian Shopping Center. Police canvassed the area with negative results. The woman also told police she had just filed a report with Ossining Police alleging that he hurt her, causing her to lose a tooth and a toenail. She filed a report with Briarcliff Manor police as well, but declined to pursue any charges.

3:23 p.m. — A woman reported that she had dropped off a prescription for Adderall at , but when she went to pick up the prescription, the pharmacist said there was no record. Police responded to the scene and eventually the pharmacist recommended the woman return on Monday and contact her doctor.

Friday, July 27

6:46 p.m. — A Jackson Road resident reported his son had taken the family car after drinking beer. He stated the son was having an "episode" and may have driven into the village's downtown or to a Pleasantville gas station. were notified and stopped the vehicle at a gas station. A cab was called to the scene to take the man home. No charges were filed.

3:02 p.m. — A Scarborough Road resident reported that the day prior, sometime before 2 p.m., something had struck his car's windshield, causing it to shatter. He stated the car was parked at the end of the driveway at the time.

STORM LOG
Police received calls about hazardous conditions on the evening of swept through the village.

  • 7:05 p.m. —  A tree was reported down on wires on Pine Road.
  • 7:23 p.m. — A tree was reported down on Route 9A.
  • A tree was reported down on Route 9, but police found the complaint to be unfounded.
  • 7:35 p.m. — Wires were reported down on a tree on Central Drive. Police reported a transformer had blown out.
  • 7:40 p.m. — A tree was reported down on Long Hill Road East. Branches were reportedly in the road, but the street remained passable for traffic.

Thursday, July 26

5:10 p.m. — Two males and a female reported that the had been harassed in the village by a person who had previously issued a temporary order of protection. The complainants stated the suspect had made vulgar comments to them on Pleasantville Road. The incident is under investigation.

12:19 p.m. — A Sleepy Hollow Road resident reported that sometime overnight, someone had taken his mailbox and post and thrown both items on the lawn. He also stated the same thing happened a week ago.

Wednesday, July 25

9:20 p.m. — A Pheasant Woods Road resident reported that Cablevision had been scheduled to stop by the home during the day, but did not. When she contacted the company, she was told a worker had completed work at her residence during the day. She stated her television still did not have cable and she was concerned because she had been burglarized in the past. Police filed a report of the incident.

4:50 p.m. — An employee of reported that yesterday afternoon, a message about gun control had been added to the church's outdoor sign. Sometime after that, someone had knocked the sign, causing the letters to fall out. Police told the complainant they would patrol the area to prevent future incidents.

12:39 p.m. — Police arrested a 16-year-old Briarcliff Manor resident in relation to a series of . He has been charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

12:14 a.m. — A Schrade Road resident reported she having ongoing issues with her upstairs neighbor. She stated that most recently the neighbor dropped something on the floor and said, "I am going to get you." Police were unable to report the other party and told the complainant to let the building's management know about the issues.

Tuesday, July 24

5:09 p.m. — A Hemlock Road resident contacted police and reported he had been receiving calls, text messages and emails from a contractor he terminated. Police spoke with the contractor, who said she would stop contacting the resident when she was paid the $414 she is owed. The man told police the payment had been sent that day. Police advised the contractor that she could pursue the issue in small claims court if payment is not received.

Monday, July 23

10:37 a.m. — A Long Hill Road East resident reported that she had been injured by her neighbor's dog. Police and ambulance units were dispatched to the scene. The woman told police she had been walking her dog when a small dog came up to her. She stated the two dogs got excited and her legs became scratched and were bleeding. She was transported to the hospital. Police reported the small dog belonged to a Trump National Golf Club employee who did not realize she had been hurt. The owner was issued a summons for having a dog at large and is due in court on August 15. The dog's medical information was forwarded to the Westchester County Department of Health.


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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