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Police Report: Over $2,500 in Lottery Tickets Stolen from Scarsdale Avenue Business Plus News from the Fire Department

lotteryticektsStolen: On Oct. 2, a Scarsdale Avenue business owner reported he saw one of his employees stealing $2,680.36 worth of lottery tickets from his business. Police are following up.

On Oct. 6, an Overhill Road resident reported two Japanese credit cards and one Chase Bank debit card had been stolen from his wallet and fraudulently used to purchase $5,500 worth of gift cards from the Apple store in Ridge Hill Shopping Center in Yonkers On Oct. 5. Police are following up.

Identity theft
On Oct. 2, a Black Birch Lane resident reported fraudulent activity on her Lord and Taylor credit card amounting to $2,431.82.

Criminal mischief
A Rural Drive resident reported a broken window in her basement Oct. 6.

Dogs
A neighbor reported that a Larch Lane dog often roams the neighborhood off leash and sometimes hunts rabbits Oct. 1. Patrol spoke with the dog’s owner who said his electric dog fence sometimes does not work. He also said he would try to keep the dog in his yard.

A loose dog belonging to a Boulevard resident darted into the street and was struck by a gray minivan Oct. 5. The dog was taken to the vet by its owner. The driver of the minivan called police to report the accident after she initially left the scene.

Village code
On Oct. 3, police issued summonses to two women who were going door-to-door on Fox Meadow Road, soliciting Internet services without a proper permit.

Two tickets were issued to the owner of a motorcycle without plates parked on Greenacres Avenue Oct. 4.

Lost and found
A Herkimer Road resident reported losing his license plates when he turned his car into a dealership following a lease Oct. 2.

A black briefcase containing a video camera tripod was found by a set of stairs outside Village Hall Oct. 4. Police vouchered it for safekeeping.

An equipment bag printed with the name of a Brite Avenue resident was found at Crossway Field Oct. 5. Police returned it to its owner.

A Metro Card was found in village center and given to police for safekeeping Oct. 6.

Cars and roadways
On Sept. 30, a Cornell Street resident reported her mailbox had been knocked over by a car overnight. Police took note of the mailbox on the ground and a car’s side mirror that had apparently fallen off in the accident.

Patrol moved a branch off of Brambach Road Oct. 1.

Police called a tow truck for a car with two flat tires on Heathcote Road Oct. 3.

Police removed branches from Lincoln Road Oct. 4.

Police notified the highway department about a broken tree branch dangling over Morris Lane Oct. 5.

Police notified Verizon about fallen wires on Penn Boulevard Oct. 5.

Police called Lime Bike rental company to request that three rental bicycles be picked up from in front of an Oak Lane house Oct. 5.

Three car accidents were reported in the village during the reporting period.

Firefighters
According to Scarsdale Fire Captain James Seymour, firefighters responded to 29 incidents this week. He shared the following.

On Sept. 30, firefighters removed a pot of food burning on a Crawford Road stove while no one was home. Next, they ventilated the space.

On Sept. 30, firefighters traced a gasoline odor in a Springdale Road house to a leaking gas generator. Firefighters shut off the generator and ventilated the house.

On Oct. 3, firefighters removed a pot of food burning on an Elm Road stove while no one was home. Next, they ventilated the space.

More Fire News:

firefairFire Fair 2019

A "Fire Fair" at Station 3 at 56 Crossway is planned for Saturday, October 19, 2019 to promote Fire Prevention Month. It will be held from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., rain or shine. The fair will be a full Fire Department effort, with participation from all three volunteer companies, explorers, as well as the career staff.

The fair will include a "Smoke Trailer" – a simulated house with a smoke machine for kids to crawl through; apparatus demonstrations; Hourly FIRE DEMONSTRATIONS; extinguisher demos; fire prevention videos; fire safety checklist completion prizes; literature and food. Other "hands on" activities for children are also planned.

The school program will take place prior to the fair. On Friday, October 18, 2019, firefighters will visit the first grades in all of the elementary schools in the village. They will show a safety video and discuss fire prevention. They will also distribute flyers to children of all ages to bring back home reminding the families about the fair.

This year’s theme for Fire Prevention Week “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!” works to educate everyone about the small but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.

Fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and fire escape ladders will be on sale. New this year, you can bring your home fire extinguishers to the Fair and get a free inspection. Although the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) designates October as "Fire Prevention Month", we know that emergency preparedness has to be ongoing all year round. Stay safe!

DuffyScarsdale Firefighter to Present at Firehouse Expo

Scarsdale Career Firefighter Timothy Duffy has been selected to present his “Weighing in on Building Construction” course at this year’s Firehouse Expo on October 8th in Nashville, Tennessee. Duffy, well known around New York State, is a 6 year veteran of the Scarsdale Fire Department. He also teaches for the New York State Office of Fire Prevention & Control as well as the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs. His course is designed to help firefighters determine a building’s characteristics, construction type, and materials in the early stages of an incident, combined with a thorough understanding of how a building reacts to fire and heat. His program will include an in-depth review of the building “types” and the hazards associated with each as well as the methods and materials used during construction.

This report covering police and fire department activity from Sept. 30 – Oct. 6 has been compiled from official information.

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