On October 20th, an injured deer was reported on Dalewood Drive. The deer was drooling profusely and trying to keep its balance on what appeared to be a severely injured front leg. The deer were trapped and sent humanely. The Highway Authority has been notified to remove the body.
The sick raccoon was dispatched to Fieldstone Drive on October 22 after receiving two shots from a police handgun. The reporter, a passer-by, reported that he was not in the area at the time of the dispatch and had not been contacted.
Another sick raccoon was reported on W. Hartsdale Avenue on October 22nd. The reporter said it tripped in his yard and he “didn’t behave right.” Police arrived and watched it for a while. It was destroyed in one round when it stumbled upon a safe spot for dispatch.
A disoriented raccoon with an injured leg was reported on Whittier Street on October 23. Officers used snare poles to move the animals to safety. Three rounds with the duty weapon destroyed the animal. Disposal instructions have been communicated to the homeowner.
On October 20th, a dog was reported attacking another dog on Edgemont Road. Police were notified by the owner of the injured dog who was in a veterinary hospital receiving treatment for his pet. Police went to Edgemont Road and spoke to the owner of a four-year-old black Labrador. She said the dog was not wearing an electric fence collar and ran away from her property toward a group of dogs being walked by their owners in the area. It is properly licensed and up to date on vaccinations. According to the reporter, the lab fled the property and hit two small dogs. The two dogs were quickly lifted off the ground and placed in their owner’s arms. Lab then went looking for her dog and bit her neck, causing lacerations and puncture wounds. The reporter said she kicked the lab to remove it from her own dog. The injured dog was under observation and could not be discharged. A subpoena was issued to the lab owner who was given a ticket to appear in court on October 24.
On October 21, police went to S. Central Avenue after receiving a call that a large free-ranging dog had run off the property toward her and her dog on Marion Avenue. She used a small air horn to scare it off and started chasing her car. The caller said he had encountered the dog before and wanted the police to talk to the owner about managing the dog. Attempts to contact have failed. Police said they will keep trying.
On October 22, two loose tricolor beagle dogs were reported near the railroad tracks on W. Hartsdale Avenue. Officers quickly apprehended the man. The female was spotted along a trail in a nearby wooded area shortly thereafter. The dog was not wearing a collar or tag and was taken to the Humane Society of New Rochelle.
On October 19, an Old Farm Lane resident reported receiving notice from the IRS that someone fraudulently filed an unemployment claim in his name in Michigan in 2020. The person he received benefits of $5,640. The man said he would file charges if the suspects were identified. A report has been created for documentation purposes.
A Homewood Road resident called the police on October 20 to report an identity theft. She also said she received a letter from the IRS advising her of a fraudulently filed tax return that contained her personal information. She never filed a tax return, she said. She’s 18 and she’s never had a job. The IRS is investigating.
Claim for funeral expenses?
Police were called out near South Central Avenue and W. Hartsdale Avenue on October 19 after several people were reported to be demanding money. They spoke with a man who said his family had traveled from Baltimore to help pay for the funeral. He said they would stay in New York for a few nights and find a hotel. left the area.
Loss prevention officers for ShopRite on S. Central Avenue reported that they arrested a thief at the store on October 19 and stole about $170 worth of assorted meats. Wearing gray jeans and a white sweater with a Spider-Man logo on the front, a man put meat in a shopping cart and left the store without paying. Loss prevention officers followed him to the parking lot outside, but the suspect abandoned the cart and fled the scene in a black Honda. A photo of the meat was included in the police report.
Police returned to ShopRite on October 20 for another cart full and run incident. The Loss Prevention Officer explained that a bald man in a blue jacket filled the cart and bypassed all the outlets. When he was stopped at the exit, he abandoned his cart, got into a white BMW, and quickly drove off south. Approximately $514 in food items were recovered.
A Hemlock Road woman reported receiving a call from “Sarah Williams” on October 19. He said he was the attorney representing the son of a Hemlock Road woman who was involved in a DUI case and who she said needed $14,500 in cash for her bail. The reporter went to her bank, withdrew cash, followed the scammer’s instructions to put the cash in her shoebox, and waited for the arrival of a courier whose lawyer said she would recover the funds. The delivery man arrived about an hour later and picked up the shoe box containing the cash, but did not answer any of the questions the woman asked about her son. She called her son.The police tried to call the phone number used by the scammers but were unable to reach them. Video surveillance near the victim’s home showed the courier was driving a white Mercedes SUV.
Police responded to Gene Lane on October 20 after reports of a dispute between neighbors regarding a package being delivered. The reporter said several packages addressed to unknown recipients arrived on his doorstep. He marked them “return to sender”. He was immediately asked by a neighbor if the package had arrived. He said there was no recipient’s name on the package. Police spoke to a neighbor who thought the package was delivered to the wrong address. Police advised him to provide his name and address the next time he ordered something to be delivered. My next-door neighbor said he would contact the sender to redeliver the package.
A man who told police he was eating lunch at Epstein’s on Central Park Avenue on Oct. 20 said he stopped at Dunkin’ Donuts after paying the bill and realizing he didn’t have his wallet. He went back to Epstein and checked his own car too, but it wasn’t there. He said the wallet contained many cards but no cash. He was advised to cancel his credit and debit cards, notify the Social Security Administration, and was given paperwork to get a new driver’s license.
On October 20, a Rogers Avenue resident told police he had been scammed after listing camera-related items on Facebook’s marketplace. He said he had been contacted by a prospective buyer and had some back and forth regarding payment, eventually deciding to go through Zelle. After a while, he said, he realized he had been scammed. He canceled the shipment and said he thinks he can get the goods back from the police.
A Sentry Place resident told police on October 20 that she found her house listed on a real estate auction site, but her house was not for sale. She said she contacted Zillow to remove her listing, and a report was created for documentation.
The Thomas Lane resident was reported missing by his son-in-law on October 21. It was explained that the 77 year old man had dementia, he didn’t speak English and had no wallet or phone. The area was investigated and police in Ardsley and Scarsdale were notified, as were dog search parties. I contacted the hospital. At the time of this report, no males have been found.
A woman on S. Central Avenue reported receiving a handwritten letter in the mail on October 21, referring to God, the Church, and sin. Her return address was Hartsdale, and she said no one knew the writer’s name. Police said the letters were not threatening and no crime had been committed.The woman was told to contact police if similar letters continued.
On October 23, a patrol officer saw a gray Toyota pickup truck zipping up W. Hartsdale Avenue. He heard a loud noise coming from the exhaust pipe. A traffic stop was made at the intersection of West Hartsdale and Woods End Lane. The driver, Sayad Ali Alsaidi, 20, said he left his driver’s license at home. He showed the officer a picture of his license, but was suspended for failing to comply with a court summons from Yonkers. . He was released at the scene and summoned to appear in court on 17 November.
It’s cold; Stealing a coat?
Police came to TJ Maxx on N. Central Avenue on Oct. 24 for a burglary that allegedly happened the day before. Loss prevention officers said the man stole 12 of his coats worth more than $1,000. The suspect is described as a repeat offender who is in his mid-30s, weighs between 175 and 200 pounds, and is between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall. A loss prevention officer who had previously seen the man at the store several times said the suspect often wore white Jordan sneakers and a black North Face skull cap. rice field.
When police arrived at Marshalls on N. Central Avenue on October 24, the suspected thief was being detained by store security. Raheen Brown, 41, was accused of putting clothes in his three packages while walking around the store. Brown was arrested for a misdemeanor and taken to police headquarters for processing. He was told not to return to the store and was given a ticket to appear in court on November 14. The store said the value of the stolen goods was $535.
On October 25, police returned to the Marshalls after the woman stuffed items under her pants and into a tote bag she was carrying. After leaving the store without paying, when spoken to, she returned her goods and left. After a very short period of time she came back and repeated the same behavior. This time police were called and 36-year-old Dominic Willis was accused of stealing $526.88 worth of her store merchandise. She was taken to police headquarters for her processing and released. She is scheduled to appear in court on November 9th.
On October 25, a patron of the 24 Hour Fitness on S. Central Avenue reported that his locker had been unlocked and some of his belongings, including a significant amount of cash, had been stolen. He said he wasn’t entirely sure how much money he had in his wallet. He canceled his credit card and notified his bank. He said it wasn’t the first time money had been stolen from him while he was at the gym.
This report, which covers Greenburg police activity in Edgemont and Hartsdale from October 17th to October 25th, was compiled from official sources.