Stolen Clubs; A Haverford Road man reported that his golf clubs and equipment and a portable compressor were stolen from the trunk of his 2011 Mercedes Benz when it was parked in his driveway overnight on 8/10-8/11. An iPod that was in the glove compartment was also missing. The car was not damaged.
Mischief: A man from the construction crew at 21 Morris Lane reported that several window panes on two nine-foot windows were broken overnight from 8/7 – 8/8 when rocks were thrown through the windows. A portable toilet on the work site had been tipped over as well.
Mishap: On the morning of August 6 a ladder truck from the Scarsdale Fire Department ran into a police cruiser that was parked at the Public Safety Building. The left rear of the truck hit the front right side of the car. There were no injuries but both vehicles were damaged.
Hit and Run: A White Road woman saw a car exit a driveway on her street and collide with her car on the afternoon of June 9. The driver of the car left the scene. Police contacted the driver of the car and he said that he was not aware that he had hit the woman’s car.
The driver of a 2010 Lexus owned by Bel-Aqua Pool Supply reported that a car had hit his car and left the scene at the Balduccis Parking lot on Sunday morning of August 12. Police tracked the license plate number and found that the driver was a 91 year-old man who lived on Plymouth Drive. Damage to his car matched the damage to the Lexus. The man was given a summons.
Unregistered: Police scanned the license plates of a car on the Heathcote Bypass on the evening of August 9 and determined that the car had a lapsed registration because the car was uninsured. They issued the driver a summons for driving an uninsured car and removed the plates from the car. The car was parked until it could be towed.
I Spy: A caller reported that a blue Honda was sitting in front of 26 Fox Meadow Road at 8:30 am on 8/6. Police spoke to the driver of the Honda who identified himself as a private investigator.
Suspicious Character: On the afternoon of August 6 a representative from the Rec Camp called to report that a homeless man was lingering at the tennis courts. Police spoke to the man who identified himself as James Williams of the Bronx. He gathered his belongings and left he property. At 7 pm on August 6, Williams was found lying on the grass at the corner of Mamaroneck and Murray Hill Road. This time he said he was resting because his legs were sore. He said he was en route to a shelter in White Plains.
Delinquent tenants: On the night of 8/9, the owner of a home on Overhill Road reported that the tenants inside the house owed him $10,000 in back rent and he wanted them evicted. Police advised the man that this was a civil matter.
Flooding: On the morning of August 10 a Heathcote Road resident reported that his neighbor’s sprinkler was broken and flooding yards in the area. Police found that the system was draining into neighboring yards and flooding homes on Carthage Road. The homeowner was aware that the sprinkler was broken and shut off the water main until the repairman could arrive.