11.15.17 ‒11.30.17 ‒ vol. 13

Compiled by Yasmin Jorge

 

March 5, 2017 -- ANIMAL COMPLAINT

A Washington Avenue resident reported to police a brown Husky-type dog running around the field at Prospect Hill School.  When police arrived at the scene,

they reported that said canine appeared to be a coyote and ran off.

 

March 5, 2017 -- AID-AIDED CASE

A Wynnewood Road resident reported  that she found her husband breathing but unresponsive on the basement floor.  The medic and ambulance were dispatched to the home.  When officers arrived, the victim stated that he believed he experienced a seizure while doing laundry in the basement.  The victim became mobile and coherent at this time but was unable to recall the previous incident.  The medic evaluated his condition, but the victim refused further medical treatment.

 

March 13, 2017 -- LARCENY

Police were dispatched to Pelham Pizza on Fifth Avenue to investigate an unknown woman who was caught on video taking the tip jar off the counter and placing it into her black backpack.  This unknown female was wearing blue jeans, dark down jacket, sandals white socks, and a large grey scarf.  At the time, nobody saw the woman taking the tip jar due to several pizza boxes blocking the view.  She was observed leaving and walking southbound on Fifth Avenue via camera.  Units were advised about her.  Detectives are following-up.

 

March 13, 2017 -- ASSISTANCE

Police found a young man at the park who claimed that he was getting fresh air as he was feeling sick.  Thus, he was not able to attend school.  Police assisted the student back home to Second Avenue.  All in order.

 

March 13, 2017 -- ANIMAL COMPLAINT

Police were called by a Shore Road resident that there was a large bird, possibly a turkey, stuck in a fenced area in the vicinity.  The bird was to the left of the entrance of the New York Athletic Club, was pacing, and seemed distressed.  Police determined that the bird was not trapped inside the fenced area as it flew away upon their arrival.

 

March 15, 2017 -- AID-AIDED CASE

Police reported that a child struck a tree while sleigh riding and sustained a head injury.  Upon arrival at the Mount Tom side of the Pelham Country Club, police found the young victim resting in the arms of his father.  He was conscious, alert, and bleeding from a laceration near his hair line above his left eye.  The child was treated by a medic who had also arrived at the scene, placed in a neck brace, and then pulled on his sleigh in order to keep him stable to await an ambulance.  He was then transported with his father by the ambulance to Jacobi Medical Center for further treatment.

 

March 15, 2017 -- AID-AIDED CASE

In a separate sleighing accident on the Mount Tom side of the Pelham Country Club, police were approached by a group of children and advised that a second child was injured while sleighing and sustained a back injury.  It was determined that the young victim had struck a tree with his back while sleighing and his injury was unknown.

 

He was conscious and alert and complained of severe pain.  The victim was treated on the scene by ambulance personnel who were already there assisting the first child.  The victim, along with his nanny, were then transported to Westchester Medical Center for further medical treatment.

 

March 16, 2017 -- JUVENILE COMPLAINT

Detective Hynes was notified that a student was truant from Pelham Memorial HS.  Officers were alerted to be on the lookout and bring the child back to school.

Case was closed.

 

March 17, 2017 -- ALARM/BURGLARY

Police received a call from an operator with Master John Security that an alarm was activated at an Edgewood Avenue house.  The motion detector in the living room was set off.  Responding police units conducted a check of the premise and all appeared secure.

 

March 17, 2017 -- PROPERTY DAMAGE

A resident of Pelhamdale Avenue reported that sometime between Monday evening 3/13/17 and Thursday 3/16/17, two hub/center caps from his car were lost or stolen.  The person’s car was parked in the Village lot during the snowstorm.  The victim wished no further police investigation, and just wanted police to be aware in case other reports were filed.

 

March 17, 2017 -- ANIMAL COMPLAINT

Police reported that a turkey was running in the area of 200 Fourth Avenue.  The bird ran to the local animal hospital and an employee there said she would contact a trapper.  No further police action was needed.

 

March 17, 2017 -- CITIZEN AID

A resident called police to request assistance in retrieving his tools from Gourmet Express on West Street.  Police arrived and facilitated the exchange of the person’s property.

 

March 19, 2017 -- DISTURBANCE/DISORDERLY CONDUCT

Police received a 911 call from a physician on Shoreview Circle that one of her patients had become disorderly and she was in need of help.  Police reported that the party had calmed down and all was under control.  No further action was necessary.

 

March 19, 2017 -- AIDED CASE

Police went to a Pelhamdale Avenue residence in response to a report of an unresponsive person.  Upon arrival, the victim was responsive and alert.

 

Further, she stated that she suffers from high blood pressure and may have lost consciousness. A medic then arrived at the scene, and the victim was taken

to Montefiore New Rochelle via ambulance.

 

March 19, 2017 -- SOLICITING

A resident on Esplanade reported to police that a young male, mid-to-late teens, and cleanly dressed, knocked on his door asking for money.  The teen left and proceeded in an unknown direction on Esplanade.  Police tracked down the individual, interviewed him, and learned that he was selling raffle tickets for his basketball team.  The teen was issued a warning on soliciting and was advised on the local laws.

 

 

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