Here's a look at some of the incidents investigated by the from June 27 – July 3, 2011:
Sunday, July 3
9:24 p.m. – A man reported fireworks were being set off at a Hays Hill Road residence. The responding officer reported the area was clear.
12:45 a.m. – Multiple callers reported a large, loud party at the end of Cedar Lane. The responding officer reported the condition was corrected.
Friday, July 1
11:24 a.m. – An Ossining woman came into headquarters to report while she was parked at on Marble Avenue she noticed the front license plate of her car was missing. A report was filed.
8:16 a.m. – A man called 911 to report a car window had been broken by a thrown iced tea can on Sunnyside Avenue.
Thursday, June 30
5:24 p.m. – An employee at Pleasantville Auto Body on Thomas Street requested assistance with a damaged water pipe. The Water Department was notified of the problem. A responding police officer reported workers on location were able to shut off water from the building on their own, and the call to the Water Department was canceled.
11:55 a.m. – A police officer reported a motor vehicle accident involving three cars on Marble Avenue, near Hobby Street. A medic and the Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to the scene, where a driver and passenger, both Briarcliff Manor residents, were taken to the emergency room with injuries. A towing company was notified.
Tuesday, June 28
7:11 p.m. – A Bedford Road woman dialed 911 and reported her ex-husband had showed up at her home and the two had an argument. She stated he pushed her to the floor. At the residence, police reported the woman said her ex-husband "pushed and kicked me," though she appeared highly intoxicated and made "incoherent statements." The ex-husband was interviewed at his Pleasantville residence by police. He stated he went to the home to pick up his daughter's stuff and his ex-wife began screaming at him and punching him. He said he pushed her to get her off of him, leading her to grab a knife from the kitchen site, which she put back shortly after. The female complainant was unable to provide a written statement to police while she was intoxicated and advised to come into headquarters to submit a statement when she was feeling better.
5:36 p.m. – An alarm company notified police of an activated alarm at a Sarles Lane residence four times between 5:36 p.m. and 9:41 p.m. The was dispatched to the scene to investigate the cause.
2:14 p.m. – An employee of the Senior Center reported a woman had been transported to Chase bank by the Senior Citizen Outreach Services and never returned. She was not found at her residence either. The detective reported locating the woman at 2:48 p.m. near the intersection of Wheeler Avenue and Bedford Road.
10:28 a.m. – A Chappaqua woman called police to report a car traveling into the village from Chappaqua had crossed the double yellow line multiple times and "is a danger to other motorists." A police officer pulled over the car on Washington Avenue and reported there were no problems with the driver, though he is an elderly (83-year-old) man.
Monday, June 27
6:29 p.m. – A man came into headquarters to report a few parking meters on Cooley Street (across from ) appeared to have been knocked down. The responding officers reported four meters were knocked over and taped off the area. He said it was not apparent how the meters were damaged. The was notified of the issue.
Note: The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only – it does not represent all activity of the Pleasantville Police Department.