By Bronxville Police Department
May 9, 2018: The entries below are selections from the Bronxville police blotter.
Tuesday, May 1, 11:20 am, Pondfield Road: A resident reported that he had parked his vehicle at 11:00 am and returned at 11:15 am to find that the catalytic converter had been removed from his 2002 Ford Econoline Van.
Wednesday, May 2, 5:40 pm, Pondfield Road: There was a two-vehicle accident. There were no injuries, and an information exchange was completed by the responding officer.
Wednesday, May 2, 6:43 pm, Pondfield Road: A pedestrian reported a verbal dispute between himself and a motorist. The pedestrian stated that he had to throw a set of keys at the moving vehicle to get the driver’s attention before he was struck by the vehicle. The vehicle owner left the scene of his own accord before officers arrival.
Thursday, May 3, 3:08 am, Greenfield Avenue: While performing routine patrol, Officer Lewis reported observing a suspicious male in a driveway. The male ran from the area before he could be questioned about his validity. Officers canvassed the area yielding negative results. No crimes were reported in the area.
Thursday, May 3, 1:53 pm, Morange Square: A resident reported that her son’s Trek FX3 mountain bike valued at $790 had been cut from the bike rack and stolen. The incident is being investigated.
Friday, May 4, 11:22 pm, Meadow Avenue: A boot was affixed to a 2005 Volvo rendering it inoperable due to $390 in outstanding parking fines. The boot will be removed when the fines are satisfied.
Saturday, May 5, 1:26 pm, Park Avenue: A resident reported that an unknown person drilled a hole in her yard and the curb damaging her sprinkler system. The incident is being investigated.
Monday, May 7, 10:33 am, Elm Rock Road: Officers responded to an anonymous report of an open door. An appraiser who was working on the scene was interviewed. No crime was committed.