By Bronxville Police Department
May 2, 2018: The entries below are selections from the Bronxville police blotter.
Tuesday, April 24, 11:22 am, Studio Arcade: A business owner reported a suspicious person in the building. Officers located and interviewed the male, who was an employee of another business in the building. No crime was committed.
Tuesday, April 24, 4:03 pm, White Plains Road: There was a two-vehicle accident; there were no injuries, and an information exchange was completed.
Tuesday, April 24, 8:11 pm, Lawrence Hospital: Officers responded to a 911 call from hospital staff regarding a disgruntled family member of a patient. The family member was interviewed at police headquarters on his own accord and posed no threat to public safety. No crime was committed.
Wednesday, April 25, 5:03 pm, Midland Avenue, Bronxville School: A silver Aspen Novara mountain bike valued at $399 was stolen from the school bike rack. The incident is being investigated.
Thursday, April 26, 9:15 pm, Acme Parking Lot, Cedar Street: Officers responded to a complaint of a large group of youths gathering. The group was dispersed.
Friday, April 27, 7:41 am, Paxton Avenue: A business owner reported that someone had been dumping their garbage in his dumpster. The responding officer was able to identify the individual after discovering a piece of mail in his refuse. The owner wanted the individual to be contacted and ordered to cease and desist.
Friday, April 27, 9:21 am, Sagamore Road: An immobilization device (boot) was affixed to a vehicle rendering it inoperable until the owner satisfied their outstanding fines. The fines in the amount of $290 were satisfied at 11:47 am and the boot was removed.
Saturday, April 28, 11:20 am: Officers responded to a call of a domestic incident. An individual was arrested and arraigned in Tuckahoe Court.
Sunday, April 29, 6:14 pm, Midland Avenue: A passenger involved in a motor vehicle stop for traffic violations displayed what appeared to be a police shield to Bronxville officers. Upon further inspection, the shield was deemed to be property of the New York State Police PBA and possibly fraudulent. The NYSP were notified and took possession of the item for further investigation.
Monday, April 30, 1:45 am, Concordia Place: A resident reported a noise complaint of a group gathering. The group left the area before officers arrived.