All was relatively quietly on the Scarsdale front this week, as many residents were on vacation. Here is a short report of village happenings: Arrests: Louis Werner, age 41 of Armonk was arrested by Mount Kisco police on Friday August 18th. She was wanted for driving without a license in Scarsdale in February, 2010. She was transported to Scarsdale Police Headquarters where she was processed and released to a friend on $300 bail.
A White Plains youth was arrested on a bench warrant on August 17th. Charges stemmed from driving in a stolen car.
Thefts: A GPS device was stolen out of a 2002 Toyota Highlander parked on Wynmor Road during the night of August 15-16th. On August 18th, a Farragut Road resident also reported that her GPS device was stolen from her car overnight.
Underage Drinking: Police received an anonymous complaint about noise at the Fox Meadow School on Tuesday night 8/17 at 10:20 pm. They arrived to find a group of kids drinking from a bottle vodka. One of the boys, a 15 year-old visitor from out of town drank too much and passed out. The Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps was called and the boy had to be carried to the ambulance. He was transported to White Plains Hospital for treatment.
Noise: On Wednesday night 8/18, complaints about noise were received about parties on Gatehouse Road, Valley Road, Ewart Road, Brite Avenue and regarding a car at Chateaux Circle.
Disputes: On Wednesday night August 18th a fight broke out between two women at Search for Change, a residential home on Post Road. Police interviewed both women and the residential counselors on site and the women agreed to maintain their distance from each other in the future.
A Puritan Road man called police on the afternoon of 8/19 to report that his ex-wife was in violation of their custody arrangement when she was 16 minutes late dropping off their daughter.
A Court officer at Scarsdale Village Hall called police when a resident became unruly on the afternoon of 8/20. The young man had come to court to settle two tickets and when the officer explained the terms the man became irate and started to yell. The court officer gave him copies of his summons’ and asked him to leave.
Around noon on August 20th, an older man parked his black Lexus in the handicapped spot at Kids Base and started to curse and yell into his cell phone. His loud voice could be heard at the pool snack bar, so an employee of the concession stand went over to the fence and asked the man to quiet down. The man then closed the car window and continued to yell. When he was asked to quiet down again, he drove away but the employee wrote down the man’s license plate number. Police used the plate number to track down the Crane Road man and visited him at home. The man claimed that he was hard of hearing.
Found: A Citibank Mastercard was found in front of18 Chase Road on the afternoon of Thursday 8/19. A Good Samaritan turned it over to the police who contacted the card owner who came to retrieve it and police advised her to check for unauthorized charges.
Heathcote Road residents found a red and white Kona Mountain bicycle on their lawn and reported it on August 22nd.
The street sign for the intersection of Mamaroneck and Catherine Roads was turned into Scarsdale police on the night of August 19th. The sign had already been replaced so police kept the sign.
Damage: A Rock Creek man reported that minor damage was done to the hood of his 2004 Honda Accord when it was parked in the Freightway Garage on August 17th. Police asked the garage to examine their video surveillance to see if they could ascertain what happened.
Cohawney Road residents found beer cans on their property and on the windowsill on August 22nd. They also noticed that one of the cans was lying hear a broken dining room window.
Watering Violations: A Carthage Road man was issued a village code summons for violating the watering restrictions at 3 pm on 8/19.
A neighbor called to report that Heathcote Road residents were violating the watering restrictions at 8 pm on 8/17. Police stopped by the offenders’ home, informed them of the restrictions and they agreed to comply.