Burglary: Around 6:30 pm on October 19, police responded to a burglar alarm on Mohican Trail and found that a rear sliding door to the house was shattered. They searched the house and found no one at home. The master bedroom was tossed, several drawers were open and belongings were scattered on the floor. The homeowners returned from dinner later than evening and found that three valuable watches – including a Raymond Weil and a Skagen were missing as well as $10.
Car break-in: A Cornell Street resident told police that someone had entered her car overnight on 10/19-10/20 and stolen several items. When she got into the car the following morning she found the glove compartment and center console open. Missing were here iPod, quarters, and CD’s. The suspect also entered the car’s trunk and stole a pair of shoes. She believed that the car was not locked and there was no damage to the car.
Accident: An Eastwoods Lane woman called police on the morning of October 20, when her Infiniti, which was parked in front of her house, was hit by a white commercial truck when the driver was backing it up. Police did a search of the driver’s license and found that the man’s license was cancelled, the vehicle registration was suspended and he had no insurance. The driver, who was identified as Jose Navincolqui of White Plains was issued a summons and the owner of the van was called to tow the unlicensed truck away.
Public Urination: A Tompkins Road woman called police to report that a man was urinating at the dead end next to her house. Police spoke with the offender who said he had to go very badly and was not aware that he could use the facilities at the Police Station down the street. He was very apologetic and said he would not do it again.
Identity Theft: On October 16 a Rectory Lane man reported that his quarterly tax return had been sent back from the IRS as another return had been filed using the man’s social security number. The man did not know how his social security number had been compromised and only remembers using it to file his quarterly return.
Feud: Neighbors at Overhill and Lockwood Road continued to feud on the night of October 17. Police received a call form Ike Okoli who complained that William Marineberg was yelling at him. However when police spoke to Marienberg he denied yelling or having any communication whatsoever with Okoli. This is not the first time there has been a complaint and police have found that Okoli’s accusations are baseless. Police asked Marienberg to call them again if the need arises.
Flying Objects: A Scarsdale woman driving south on the Bronx River Parkway near Crane Road said she was struck in the head with an unknown object around 5 pm on 10/18. She did not know if the item was intentionally thrown or came up from the road. Police searched the area for loiterers but found no one.
Deer: A Post Road man reported that his car hit a deer when he was driving on Heathcote Road near Kelwynne Road on the afternoon of 10/19. Police were unable to find the injured deer.
Cougar? A Mamaroneck road woman called police on the morning of October 21 and said she had seen a mountain line or cougar near Garden Road. Police searched the area but could not find the animal.
Dispute: Police received a call from a Bradford Road woman at 3:28 am on 10/21 about a physical altercation between two people in front of her house. When police arrived they spoke to the caller and the two party guests who said they were only having a verbal disagreement.
Missing Book Bag: The following day at 12:45 pm police got a call about five youths in the yard of a Bradford Road home. The homeowner was not sure why they were there. Police spoke to the young men who said that they were at a party on Bradford Road the previous night and lost a book bag containing a cell phone. And driver’s license. They had returned to search for it.
Help? On 10/12 a man from Old Lyme Road called police for assistance when two people came to his house to ask him for money and food for their children. The Scarsdale man no longer wished to help them out and asked them to leave his property. He gave the couple cab and train fare so that they could return to the Bronx.
PBA Asks for Donations to My Sister’s Place
For the sixth year in a row the Scarsdale Police Benevolent Association, in conjunction with the Scarsdale Police Department, is sponsoring a drive for My Sister’s Place, a non-profit agency in Westchester County that advocates and provides shelter for victims of domestic violence. Rather than purchasing shaving cream, toothpaste, hair spray and toilet paper to be used for Halloween mischief, please donate these items and others to My Sister’s Place. My Sister’s Place will gratefully accept: new or slightly used large and extra large duffel bags, all size towels, new twin sheet sets, blankets and comforters (in bright, cheerful colors) for the upcoming cold weather, new and unopened full size toiletries, packages of diapers in all sizes, baby wipes and new or gently used infant clothing.
Donated goods can be dropped off in the lobby of the Scarsdale Police Department at Post and Fenimore Roads any time of day or night from October 16, 2012 through November 4, 20120. The PBA will assure that the items are delivered to the shelter and will also make their own contribution to the cause. Clients of the shelter have been extremely grateful for support from the Scarsdale Community in the past and they are looking forward to another successful drive this year.
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