Pedestrian Hit: On Sunday morning September 16 a Brewster Road man driving an Acura Jeep ran into a 16-year-old girl who was walking at the intersection of Fenimore Road and Walworth Avenue. The driver said that the girl walked into the car while the girl said she was struck while crossing the street. The injured pedestrian was taken to White Plains Hospital where she was treated for a broken ankle.
Dog hit: A New Rochelle woman ran over a 4-month-old St. Bernard puppy who belonged to a Cambridge Road resident on the afternoon of 9/14. The dog ran into the car as the woman was backing out of the driveway. The Scarsdale Fire Department lifted the car off the dog and the dog was taken to Central Animal Hospital.
Found: On the afternoon of September 12 a contractor working in a yard on Black Hawk Drive called police when he found a crying young child in the yard. By the time police arrived, the girl had been reunited with her mother. Police spoke to the mom who said her daughter was upset about breaking something and left the house without telling her mother.
A wallet, including credit cards and personal papers, was found in a bag of garbage at the Scarsdale dump on Secor Road on the morning of September 10th. The wallet belonged to a New Rochelle man and was returned to him.
Pile-up: A 17-year-old girl driving on Brewster Road on the morning of September 11 failed to stop quickly enough and rear-ended a second car that then ran into yet a third car. There were no injuries. All three drivers were 17-years-old.
Spill: A garbage truck leaked fluid from the power steering for 300 feet along Heathcote Road on the morning of September 17. The truck was towed and the Scarsdale Highway Department cleaned up the fluid.
Identity Theft: On 9/11, a Lee Road woman reported that she was the victim of identity theft when $3,000 in unauthorized charges were made to her credit card. She received an email from a company that she thought was Paypal asking her to update her account. After she provided all of the requested information including her social security number, credit card number, security code, and expiration date, unauthorized charges were made to her Visa account. It turns out that the email she received was a scam and was not from Paypal.
On 9/13 a woman who lives on Crossway reported unauthorized charges on her credit card made from a correctional facility. The two charges totaled $800 and she does not know anyone at the jail.
Arrests: Talicia Reynolds, age 25 of Brooklyn, was arrested on the strength of a bench warrant on September 12, arraigned before Judge Arlene Katz and released on $180 cash bail. Amardeep Shegill, age 31 of Scarsdale, was also arrested on the strength of a bench warrant on September 13, and given a court appearance date for September 19.
Strange: A woman from Fox Meadow School called police on the morning of September 12 to say that a man wearing a gray hoodie was sitting on Chesterfied Road reading comic books. Police checked the area but the man had already gone.
Locked in: A thirteen-year-old boy locked himself into a bathroom at his home on Ross Road and could not get out around 11 pm on September 13. The Fire Department came to the house and was able to open the door.
Fight: Police were called to mediate in a fight between a Lockwood Road man and his neighbor on Overhill Road on the afternoon of September 14. The Lockwood Road man claimed that his neighbor was “making noise and yelling at him.” Police have gone to this address numerous times about disputes between these two residents.
Raccoon in the road: On the morning of 9/15 police got a call about a raccoon lying on Mamaroneck Road in front of the Middle School. The raccoon appeared to be sick – so when it left the road, police shot it and the highway department took it away.