Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the :
Saturday, March 26
6:34 p.m. — A Pleasantville police officer reported two windows were shattered on the northwest side of the old MLA Building on Marble Avenue. He canvassed the area for witnesses and suspects with negative results. Police left a message regarding the windows with the building's management company and photographs of the damage were taken.
12:32 p.m. — A Clinton Avenue woman called police to request assistance with her neighbor in a residential apartment building. She stated the woman persistently pounded on her bedroom wall and was upset with the situation. The tenant said she has called police several times regarding the same issue and would now like court intervention. A harassment case was filed and the suspect, a 75-year-old woman, was arrested by police.
12:37 a.m. — A Lenox Avenue man called police to report his vehicle had been hit by two orange paintballs from a paintball gun. The responding officer reported no other vehicles in the area appeared to have been affected. A damaged property report was filed.
Friday, March 25
11:03 a.m. — A Morehead, NC man, who identified himself to police as an online coin dealer, reported receiving an order using a MasterCard belonging to a Baton Rouge, FL woman for a 1927 $20 coin, valued at $1,600. He stated the coin was delivered earlier that day to a Hopper Street address in Pleasantville. He further stated a second order was placed with the same payment and delivery information on that day for a coin valued at $2,500. The Baton Rouge woman said she never placed the two orders and her credit card information must have been stolen.
9:58 a.m. — A Briarcliff Manor woman came into headquarters to report her black Prada wallet had been stolen sometime betwen 5:30 and 7:15 p.m. the previous day from . She said the wallet is valued at $1,000 and contained approximately $100 in cash, her driver's license, a credit card, $100 Gap gift card, $75 Neiman Marcus gift card and $60 Toys R Us gift card. A report was filed.
Wednesday, March 23
12:12 p.m. — A Carmel woman called police and stated her daughter was arguing with her ex-boyfriend at . The daughter, a Pleasantville resident, told police her ex-boyfriend had followed her from the campus—where he is not a student—into the village. She further stated he had acted similarly in the past and has sent her threatening text messages. She added she has filed two complaints in the past with the Carmel Police Department regarding similar situations, but has not pursued any charges. The woman was advised to contact Carmel police regarding the matter and the man was told to refrain from contacting her.
Tuesday, March 22
10:50 a.m. — A Mountain Road resident called police to report a construction vehicle was parked on her property and had possibly caused damage.
The responding officer interviewed the driver, who stated, "Halfway up the hill the drive shaft blew up and I couldn't go any further. I was blocking the intersection so in order to clear it I rolled back a few feet, not realizing that I went over the curb and onto the dirt. I will repair any damage that I may have caused."
The truck was moved at approximately 6:57 p.m. that day, at which point a police officer noticed damage to the adjacent curb and deep ruts in the ground. The was contacted to repair the damage and resolve any flooding issues that may result from the damage.
Monday, March 21
8:32 p.m. — An employee of called police and stated he saw a suspicious person in the doorway of the establishment via live video surveillance footage. He said the cleaner was inside working, but he didn't know who the other person was. Police officers determined the man was the son of the cleaner who was accompanying him for the night.
11:12 a.m. — A Bedford Road resident came into police headquarters to report he was paid for services in the amount of $536.10 by an Ossining woman via a Wachovia Bank check. He stated the check bounced due to insufficient funds when he attempted to cash it, and the woman said she would pay for the services within the next few days. He stated he still had not received payment. Police referred the man to civil court and a report was filed.
Note: The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only – it does not represent all activity of the Pleasantville Police Department.