An personnel at ShopRite on S. Central Avenue instructed police Aug. 17 about a girl who did not scan $295 of goods, most of it infant food stuff and toddler items. He stated she experienced a newborn. He told law enforcement he requested her to go away the shop with the products she did spend for, and that she was no for a longer period welcome in the retail store. He warned her if she returned, he would phone the law enforcement and have her arrested for trespassing. He informed police he imagined she essential help and she was shoplifting to feed her baby. Police spoke with the girl and warned her about trespass they also stated kid protective products and services would be knowledgeable of the incident.
Blocking future complications
A guy went to police headquarters Aug. 18 with four guns he needed to retail outlet. He said he was heading by means of a divorce and desired to reduce “future issues at home.” The guns, a few rifles and a shotgun, were being inventoried and stored.
Catalytic converter stolen
A N. Central Avenue resident instructed law enforcement Aug. 18 a catalytic converter was stolen from his car while it was parked in an assigned parking space in the parking spot of his household intricate. He instructed law enforcement he bought into the automobile on Aug. 6 and stepped on the gasoline and listened to a loud sounds, so he drove the automobile to an car services station on E. Hartsdale Avenue and remaining it there. On Aug. 8, he went to Florida. He called the garage Aug. 12 after not listening to from them and was knowledgeable his catalytic converter experienced been removed and stolen. He called his insurance policies business and requested the superintendent of his building if he could view surveillance video clip. On the video, he saw a dark colored sedan backing into the room subsequent to his and then leaving before long following. An additional resident in the constructing reported she witnessed what took place. Police said there are a number of cameras in the region. The price of the catalytic converter is $5,000. Law enforcement are investigating.
Sleepless on Central Avenue
A N. Central Avenue female walked into the police station Aug. 18 to report problems with the few who dwell in the condominium earlier mentioned hers. She mentioned the few will make way too considerably sound. She accused them of having a system or device that sends silent, unwanted vibrations downstairs just about every day to her human body and it was disturbing her rest throughout the working day she stated she is employed as an overnight nurse. She refused health care attention that was provided. Police spoke with the men and women who dwell upstairs. They stated they have no notion who life in the apartment beneath and the only devices they have in the house are a tv and frequent kitchen area appliances. A report was made for the complainant to give an attorney she’s employed to get her neighbors eradicated from the creating. The inhabitants upstairs reportedly have lived in the building for 10 many years with no receiving a grievance of sound.
Law enforcement went to an deal with on Higher Level Highway Aug. 18 and spoke to a resident who stated, even though she was outside the house around her auto two other cars and trucks pulled up, a van and a sedan, and a gentleman in the van spoke to her, but mainly because of his large accent she could not fully grasp what he was declaring. He did say her title and a little something about her residence. When she claimed she couldn’t have an understanding of him, both automobiles drove off. The woman gave law enforcement info about the cars’ license plates, but it was incorrect and police seemed for the van in the location without the need of achievements.
A Spencer Court docket person informed police Aug. 19 his black Mercedes-Benz was lacking from his driveway. He stated he parked it there unlocked with the keys within. He has a Ring digital camera, but it is not focused on the driveway. Law enforcement used the Mercedes tracking process to find the car or truck, which was becoming driven in Newark, New Jersey. Newark law enforcement were being alerted to be on the lookout. The car was recorded as stolen in the EJustice program and alerts were placed on the automobile with Westchester County Authentic Time Criminal offense. The proprietor of the car mentioned he would press costs if the thief were apprehended.
A deer with its leg trapped in a fence was euthanized by law enforcement Aug. 20 on Cross Hill Highway. Police explained the deer sustained a severe personal injury to its remaining hind leg so they dispatched it with two rounds. The body was carried to a area around the roadway and the office of public works went to decide it up.
A male needed on a warrant was taken into custody and turned in excess of to Spring Valley police Aug. 20. Mushtaq Grant, 43, was observed on Fort Hill Highway building a still left-hand change where by no still left switch is authorized. Police initiated a targeted visitors quit for the gray Honda Accord with temporary Vermont tags. A examine with the DMV showed Grant was required on a warrant for criminal trespass in Spring Valley law enforcement stated he was uncooperative and would not confirm he was the wanted particular person. A different officer arrived on scene and informed Grant he would be extradited. He was issued a ticket for his visitors violation in Greenburgh with a summons to seem in courtroom Sept. 13. The Honda was impounded and towed to the Greenburgh police impound. Grant was turned more than to an officer and a detective from the Spring Valley police section.
A female noted her wallet missing Aug. 22 right after she shopped at ShopRite on S. Central Avenue. She didn’t recognize it was absent until she arrived residence. She named the retailer and requested a review of safety video clip, but retail outlet staff told her a law enforcement report is expected. She was recommended to terminate her credit rating playing cards and request her financial institution to deliver alerts to her about any fraudulent action. She was specified paperwork essential to ask for a replacement driver’s license.
Two Rolex watches had been claimed stolen Aug. 22 by a Large Position Terrace resident. He said he returned from family vacation Aug. 8 and could not come across his watches. He remembered leaving them in a bowl on his bedroom dresser. He reported there was function likely on in his household while he was absent and he believed one particular of the personnel may have stolen his watches. Meanwhile, he’s filed an insurance policy assert for his decline.
This report, masking Greenburgh police action from Aug. 16 to Aug. 22, was compiled from official data.