By Bronxville Police Department
Saturday, June 17, 4:57 pm, Prescott Avenue: A homeowner reported that a package that he had not ordered was delivered to his residence. The incident is being investigated.
Tuesday, June 20, 10:53 am, The ByWay: A homeowner reported that she discovered that a third-story window to her residence had been broken. Responding detectives determined that the break was an attempt to gain entry to the residence. No items were reported missing at that time. The incident is being investigated.
Tuesday, June 20, 2:39 pm: A juvenile female reported that while walking home, an unknown male riding a bicycle followed her and attempted to talk to her. Using village surveillance cameras, detectives were able to identify, locate, and interview the male. The 20-year-old Mount Vernon resident stated that he was unaware of the youthful age of the female and that he was only trying to be friendly. No crime was committed.
Wednesday, June 21, 12:08 am, Bronxville train station: A woman reported that a suspicious male exited the train with her after asking for a piece of gum and her destination. Officers followed up and determined that the male had intended to exit at the Bronxville station. No crime was committed.
Wednesday, June 21, 12:41 pm: While conducting a dark house check, Police Officer Cavallo observed an unlocked garage door. The homeowner was contacted and after a check of the interior, the residence was secured by officers.
Friday, June 23, 3:59 pm, Pine Terrace: Barking dog complaint; unfounded.
Friday, June 23, 8:14 pm, Parkway Road: A 31-year-old male from Hawthorne was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended Registration (unclassified misdemeanor) after a License Plate Reader alarm indicated the crime to Officer Butler. The man was also cited for an Unregistered Vehicle and Operating Without Insurance. His 2006 Hummer HU3 was impounded and he was released from the scene pending his next court appearance.
Saturday, June 24, 12:10 pm, Lawrence Hospital: A caller reported that she had observed what she believed to be an illegal drug in the possession of a patient. Officers field tested the substance and determined that it was not an illegal substance. No crime was committed.