Man trapped in Chase Financial institution; Damaged automotive antenna whereas officers try shoplifting

Man trapped in Chase Bank; Broken car antenna while officials attempt shoplifting

Wednesday, May 26, 2021 12:46 PM Last updated: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 12:54 PM Published: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 12:46 PM Traci Dutton Ludwig Hits: 88

A Spencer Place store owner reported that two customers tried to leave the store with a tank top on without paying. May 21. A shop employee confronted the women and the top was returned. The police searched the center of the village for the suspects but did not find them. When police responded to the reported shoplifting attempt and investigated on foot, they abandoned a parked patrol car at Spencer Place and Harwood Court. Patrol returned and found that the radio antenna was defective.

Stolen bike
On May 21, a woman reported that her red bike was stolen outside Starbucks on East Parkway.

Identity theft
On May 13, a caller from Mamaroneck Road reported that someone had made an authorized purchase of an Apple iPad Air for $ 807.38 using their credit card.

Fraudulent jobless claims
Two people filed reports that fraudulent jobless claims had been filed on their behalf this week.

Criminal nonsense
A resident on Barry Road reported that teenagers went on his house shortly after 11 p.m. on May 19. The young people left in a car.

Washing machine
A caller referred the police on May 17 to a broken washing machine on the side of the Freightway garage. The caller said he believed the washing machine may have fallen from an upper level of the building, but neither saw it nor had any idea about what time this event might have occurred. The motorway department has been notified for collection. Police made a note to perform additional ridebys of the Freightway structure.

A person called 911, to report a woman, yelled hysterically near the steps of the train station on May 17th. The police found the woman and spoke to her. She said she was on the phone and apologized for any interference. She refused to provide identification.

A man got stuck in the vestibule of Chase Bank on East Parkway on May 18. The police tried to open the door from the outside, but it opened. Firefighters helped open the store door through an entrance on Popham Road. The man was safely released from the building. The vestibule door appeared to be misaligned, causing it to get stuck. Chase Bank maintenance personnel have been notified for repairs.

A Spencer Place store owner said children were in the store refusing to wear their masks and refusing to leave May 19. The police dispersed the children. The children were told they could return to the store if they wore masks.

On May 20, a woman asked for police help on East Parkway. She said she previously got into a verbal argument with an Uber driver about the route traveled and the fact that she would be late for work. She asked the police to call her manager to explain the situation while she waited for a taxi to take her to work.

On May 20, an elderly woman was accidentally locked out of her home on Lebanon Street. Her husband was inside but didn’t go to the door. Police and fire brigade managed to contact the husband who opened the door. The woman successfully regained access to her home.

A man pacing suspiciously in front of a house on Palmer Avenue was waiting for a family member to come home on May 21st.

One caller reported he was walking in the Brewster Road area at 2:30 a.m. on May 22 when he passed two people near the library. He said he tried to greet them but they ran into the woods. He found it suspicious and called the police. The police searched the area and found no one there.

Civil matter
On May 20, a resident of Brambach Road accused his neighbour’s contractor’s construction vehicles of damaging the asphalt of his driveway. The contractor said his workers did not drive into the resident’s driveway and did not cause the damage. The police informed the parties that this was a civil matter.

Cyclists met
On May 17, a 16-year-old cyclist came across a car on Chesterfield Road and Brite Avenue. The driver of the car said she stopped at a stop sign and drove through the intersection. The cyclist went through the intersection and hit the side of her car. The cyclist was taken to the White Plains Hospital Center.

Witnesses reported seeing a black Honda Accord beating a child on Brookby Road on a bicycle around 8 a.m. on May 19. The driver stopped and spoke to the child, and a witness checked the child as well. The child did not appear to be visibly injured, nor did they report any injuries. The police informed the headmaster and the school nurse about the incident. You have been advised to contact the police when the child reports.

Cars and roads
One caller reported that cars in the rear of Quaker Ridge School were cranking their engines and making donuts on May 17. The police were there and no cars were watched.

Police ordered a driver to move his car and issued a warning because the driver was parked in a no-parking zone on Spencer Place on May 18.

Greenburgh Police were informed of a large pothole in Ardsley Road on May 18 following a complaint from the driver.

Police called in the owner of an illegally parked car on Post and Farley streets on May 18.

Patrol helped a driver change a flat tire in a parking lot on Heathcote Road on May 19.

Verizon was informed of a dropped phone cord in Normandy Lane on May 19th.

On May 19, a man on Bradley Road reported that someone had hit his parked car on the street and left the scene. He thought it might have been his neighbor; So the next day the police chased the neighbor. The bumper of the neighbor’s car showed some damage, but the neighbor said the damage was old and she “did not remember hitting a car”. She said she was busy with work and the police advised them to return at a later date to clarify the matter. On May 20th, the man called the police again to request help mediating the matter. The neighbor claimed she had nothing to do with the reported damage and did not want any further contact with the man about it. The police examined both cars and saw very little damage. It was impossible to tell if the damage to each car was related. The police advised the parties to contact their insurance companies.

Delivery drivers parked twice in the DeCicco marketplace were advised to follow the traffic and parking rules on May 20th. The police issued a warning.

Police stopped some overweight trucks on Heathcote Road and warned drivers to use the bypass to cross the Heathcote Road Bridge as this passage was banned due to weight restrictions on the bridge on May 21.

Police called a tow for a disabled car on Fox Meadow Road on May 21.

Con Edison was informed of a power outage due to a fallen branch on wires on Greenacres Avenue on May 21.

Police called a tow truck for a disabled car on Heathcote Road and Morris Lane on May 23. The police stood by until the car was picked up by a tow truck.

A man from Richelieu Road reported a “swarm of bees” around a village tree on May 17th. Police examined the bees and the tree and found that the bees did not pose an imminent threat to the public as they were about 25 to 30 meters above the ground near the top of the tree. The man also reported that a neighbor on Madison Road “raised honey bees.” The police went to the house to review the complaint and saw a small beehive. The village attorney has been notified to check if the enclosure violates any village codes or zone regulations.

Police closed a lane on Post Road because of an injured owl in the middle of the road on May 18. The police put the owl in a box and waited for an animal rescuer to pick it up.

A turtle was reported on Duck Pond and Heathcote Streets on May 21st. The police safely removed the turtle from the road.

Village code
On May 19, police followed up a noise complaint about loud music from a house on Stratton Road. The homeowner said the music would be turned off shortly.

Police dispersed children playing basketball in a court on Huntington Avenue after dark on May 19.

On May 21, a Paddington Road resident reported dust covering his home and property, allegedly from the construction of a neighboring home. The resident said he thought it was a violation of the village code. The police went to the scene to follow up. The police found no signs of construction in the area or an alarming amount of “dust”.

On May 21, police advised a Garth Road shop owner to turn down the volume following a complaint.

Police told a Brewster Road resident that a neighbor complained about noise after midnight on May 22nd. The resident said she would go inside with her small congregation.

Lost and found
On May 17, a person walked into headquarters and reported a missing license plate.
One person found a cell phone and took it to headquarters on May 19. The police located the owner and made it easy to return the phone.

On May 23, a woman on Secor Road reported she had lost a diamond earring, possibly on May 19 in Wynmor Park.

On May 18, firefighters turned off a broken gas stove that would not turn off in a house on Lebanon Road and advised the homeowner to replace it.

On May 19, a gas leak was found in a gas fireplace in a house on Park Road. Firefighters closed the gas valve on the chimney and advised the resident to arrange for a repair.

On May 22nd, firefighters stood by for Con Edison at a branch by burning power lines on Greenacres Avenue.

This report on police and fire brigade activities from May 17-23 was compiled from official information.

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