Police Blotter: Fight Disrupted to Detriment of Mediator, DWI Weekend and Hit and Run, No Note

The following arrest information was supplied by the Village and Town of Mamaroneck police departments. It does not indicate a conviction.

Village of Mamaroneck

Friday, June 17

6:55 a.m. – After a 66-year old White Plains resident driving an Infiniti smashed into a Toyota that was parked and unoccupied on 703 W. Boston Post Rd. near , he sped away from the scene. A bystander who had seen the accident contacted police, who subsequently arrested the man for DWI. 

7:50 a.m. – Looking outside after the sound of crunching metal startled them, a resident of West Boston Post Road found the rear bumper of their Volvo laying on the ground in back of their car.  It is unknown who hit the resident’s car.

8:49 a.m. – A bystander flagged down police after they witnessed a driver rear end a car parked on the street and speed away on the 900 block of East Boston Post Road.  Police subsequently pulled over a 22-year old Sunnyside, Queens resident fitting the description provided by the bystander, and issued him a summons for leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

12:34 p.m. – A student reported that their BMW sustained damage to the left rear bumper while parked in the senior lot.

6:49 p.m. – An unknown person obtained credit card information from a Stanley Avenue resident, incurring $240 in fraudulent purchases.

7:23 p.m. – A Toyota and a BMW were involved in smash-up in front of 228 Mamaroneck Ave., near  Deli; the driver of the Toyota rear-ended the BMW.  Despite suffering head and neck pain, both drivers refused treatment.

8:15 p.m. – A fraudulent attempt to open a credit card in a Mamaroneck Avenue resident’s name was thwarted before any erroneous charges could be incurred.

9:23 p.m. – During a weekend checkpoint on the 1000 block of Mamaroneck Avenue, an 18-year old village resident was arrested for driving while ability impaired (DWAI)-drugs and unlawful possession of marijuana.  The driver was interviewed after being stopped at the checkpoint, and officers had reason to believe he was impaired.  The passenger—a 28-year old village resident—was also arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana and three counts of seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance-prescription medications, a misdemeanor.  The resident had two different kinds of Oxycontin, an opiate analgesic and Xanax, a benzodiazepine.

9:35 p.m. – A village bike officer arrested a 20-year old Mount Vernon man for unlawful possession of marijuana.

11:43 p.m. – During the weekend checkpoint, a 52-year old New Milford, Connecticut resident was arrested for DWI.  He posted bail and is due back in village court soon.

Saturday, June 18

1:04 a.m. – A 23-year old Newhall, California resident who was screaming curses in public was arrested for disorderly conduct on the 1600 block of Mamaroneck Avenue.  He was released on his own recognizance (ROR) and is due back in village court shortly.

2:44 a.m. – Inserting herself in the middle of a raging fight between two men on the 200 block of Mamaroneck Avenue, caused a 22-year old Mount Vernon woman to be roughly grabbed.  She was taken to Sound Shore Hospital with neck pain.

2:49 a.m. – After going through a weekend checkpoint on the 1000 block of Mamaroneck Avenue, a 30-year old New Rochelle resident was arrested for DWI.

3:24 a.m. – A 29-year old Stamford, Connecticut resident was arrested for DWI at a weekend checkpoint on the 1000 block of Mamaroneck Avenue.  

2:56 p.m. – A Ford and a Honda smashed into each other while one was going into a parking space and the other was leaving the Sunoco gas station on 540 Mamaroneck Ave.  An 8-year old Harrison boy suffered an eye contusion, but his father refused treatment. 

6:39 p.m. – The owner of a boat docked at 500 Rushmore Ave.—near —reported $300 worth of damage to his transom (area on the back of the boat) and sliding doors.   The incident was estimated to have occurred anytime between June 17-June 18.

Sunday, June 19

7:56 p.m. – A brush fire in a stack of wood on the 600 block of Waverly Avenue caused damage to a nearby picnic bench.

8:00 p.m. – A resident reported a strange blond woman dipping tennis balls in a white powdery substance, then touching the sidewalk and street posts on Stanley Avenue for reasons known only to her. A brown bag containing the powdery substance was left on the sidewalk, however, the woman was gone when police arrived.

8:05 p.m. – An intoxicated man argued with his taxi driver in front of on 540 Halstead Ave. over cab fare, resulting in his leaving his phone in the car amidst the confusion.  He contacted Blue Bird Taxi in an effort to locate the phone but was told it had not turned up.

Monday, June 20

3:42 a.m. – A 22-year old Yonkers woman was stopped on the 600 block of Mamaroneck Avenue for a motor vehicle infraction.  She was then arrested for DWI.

6:58 p.m. – A petulant resident of Wagner Avenue complained that her next-door neighbor’s children were coming in her yard repeatedly to get their ball while playing.  The resident threatened to file trespassing charges if the lawn hopping continued.

8:44 p.m. – An officer on patrol noticed a car with mismatched Pennsylvania license plates and a New York registration and inspection stickers. A New York Statewide Police Information Network (NYSPIN) search revealed improper plates and voluntary surrender in NY State.  The vehicle was impounded and taken to Vincent’s Garage.

Town of Mamaroneck

Thursday, June 16

12:11 a.m. – Two white Apple iPods—valued at $700—were taken from two car’s consoles parked in the driveway of a home on Fernwood Road.   Neither the BMW or Ford Focus showed any signs of forced entry.

10:05 p.m. – A Rockingstone Avenue resident reported the theft of two kinds of medication—20 pills of 36 mg Concerta (a medication used to treat ADHD) valued at $10 and 60 pills of 10 mg Ritalin valued at $45—from their car that was unlocked and parked in the driveway.

For questions about this blotter, email: stefani.kim@patch.com

James Robinett January 09, 2013 at 11:40 AM
Lets get police blotter up to date.


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