Burglary on Dickel Road: Another burglary took place in Greenacres this past weekend when a Dickel Road home was entered on the afternoon of March 24 between 3:00 pm and 7:46 pm. The victims returned and were eating dinner before they noticed that the house had been entered. The homeowners found that three boxes of jewelry were taken from a drawer in the master bedroom on the second floor, however the other bedrooms appeared to be untouched. An Apple computer was also missing from the kitchen. Though the house does have a burglar alarm, it was not activated at the time of the incident. Dickel Road borders White Plains and Scarsdale Police believe thieves are coming into Scarsdale via backyards in White Plains. Dickel Road runs into Fairview Road where there were already two burglaries this year, one on January 12 and the other on March 10.
Ouch! Keith Alexander, a mail carrier for the USPS, was bitten by a dog at 119 Brewster Road on March 23rd. The dog’s owner provided a medical history of the dog showing that its rabies shots were up to date. Police completed a report for the Department of Health.
Gone: Another bike was stolen from downtown Scarsdale last week. This one was a blue and red Schwinn valued at $150. The owner, a Stoneleigh Road man locked it to the rack on Depot Place at 6:30 am on 3/19 and when he returned at 6:15 pm the bike and the lock were gone.
Two aluminum patio chairs were taken from the front patio of a Rodney Road home sometime between March 18 and March 22.
A Fedex package containing clothing was taken from the front door of a Richelieu Road home on the morning of 3/22. The nanny noticed that the package was delivered but when she went to get it, it was gone.
Mischief: An arbor in the yard of a Lockwood Road home was damaged. The homeowner made the report on 3/23.
Death: At 10:25 am on 3/24 Pauline Rosenbloom of Cambridge Road called to tell police that she believed her 92 year-old husband Robert Rosenbloom had passed away earlier in the morning. Paramedics were sent to the home and pronounced Rosenbloom dead at 10:30 am. He was last seen alive at 7:30 am. Rosenbloom was suffering from pneumonia and coronary myopathia and died of natural causes.
Animals: A Brewster Road woman called police on the afternoon of 3/20 when a bird got into the house. Police went to the home and were able to get the bird to fly out. Later that afternoon, residents of Rural Drive called to say that a raccoon was stuck near their deck. Police went to the home and helped the animal find its way into the woods.
Walk the line: Police were called at 12:11 am on 3/25 about someone walking on the yellow line in the middle of the Post Road near Richbell Road. They found Marcus Sander of Mount Vernon in the middle of the Post Road. Sanders claimed he was walking home from work at Kmart on Tarrytown Road and said a friend was on his way to pick him up. He explained that he was walking in the middle of the street so that his friend could see him. While police were talking to Sander, his friend arrived to take him home.
Fight! At 5:50 pm on 3/25, a Stratton Road couple called police about an argument they were having about who could store clothes in a closet. Police arrived and helped mediate how much of each of their clothes could be stored in the closet. The incident was resolved and the police left.