Pelham Manor police blotter: May 12-18

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Sunday, May 12

7:35 a.m. – Received a notification that the Pelham Manor Fire Department was responding to a Francis Street residence on an activated fire alarm. Officers were dispatched, and report the alarm was accidental and all was in good order.

9:57 p.m. – Officers responded to Edo’s Japanese Steakhouse at 4787 Boston Post Road for a report of a female party choking. Upon arrival, party was conscious and alert and stated that she had been choking earlier. Party was able to remove the obstruction from her airway, and refused further medical treatment.

Monday, May 13

5:06 p.m. – Received a 911 call from a party at BJ’s Wholesale Club of 820 Pelham Parkway, stating that she was involved in a verbal dispute with another party over a parking issue in the parking lot. Officers were dispatched, and report that the situation was corrected and all was in order.

5:39 p.m. – Received a call from a security company, reporting an activated commercial burglary alarm at Fairway Market of 847 Pelham Parkway. Officers were dispatched and spoke to an employee, who stated that all was in order and the alarm was accidental

9:50 p.m. – Received a call from a resident stating that he was traveling Southbound on Pelhamdale Avenue by Country Club Lane when a vehicle bearing New York license plates allegedly tried to run him off the road and continued traveling towards Shore Road. Said vehicle was described as a silver sedan. Officers were dispatched, and report a canvass of the area yielded negative results.

Tuesday, May 14

4:07 a.m. – Received a call from a security company, reporting an activated alarm at Fairway Market of 847 Pelham Parkway. Officers were dispatched, and report all appeared secure.

10:39 a.m. – Received a call from a resident stating there was a suspicious person occupying a green Mazda parked across from her house on Forest Road, at the entrance gate to the Amtrak yard. Officers were dispatched, and advised that the party was part of a crew working in the area with ConEd on gas line repairs.

4:08 p.m. – Received a call, reporting a group of females were walking towards [redacted] field when a group of males, walking away from [redacted] field, said [statement redacted] to the female parties. No description was provided. No names or contact information of the male students were available. Officers were dispatched, and canvassed the area with negative results. Parties at the field stated they did not see anyone with a [redacted]. Officers were able to make contact with one of the parties who made the claim, who stated that it was a joke and that there was no [redacted]. The party’s mother was on the scene and made aware of the situation. The other male party who made the claim was [redacted].

4:58 p.m. – Received a call from a resident, reporting she found a loose dog on Esplanade. Officers were dispatched, and report the resident was going to hold onto the dog in an attempt to locate the owner. At 5:39 p.m., the resident contacted the police and advised that the owner was located and took possession of the dog.

Wednesday, May 15

10:39 a.m. – Detectives report the arrest of a man for criminal contempt in the second degree. The arrest stems from an incident that occurred on May 10, in which her violated a temporary order of protection. On this date, he turned himself in to detectives and was subsequently processed on the aforementioned charge. He was transported to Pelham Town Court and arraigned, and released after posting the $5,000 cash bail.

12:54 p.m. – Officers responded to CVS Pharmacy of 4760 Boston Post Road on report of a larceny in progress. Upon arrival, the CVS store manager pointed at a white male in a black jacket carrying a black duffel bag, walking away from CVS. Officers stopped the suspect and placed him under arrest. The manager stated she had seen him standing in the oral care aisle of CVS while placing items in his black duffel bag. A search of his person revealed four Oral B Dual Clean replacement toothbrush heads, valued at $32.29 each, and two CVS Health Infinity rechargeable toothbrushes, valued at $29.49, inside his duffel bag. He also had a New York Post newspaper, valued at $1.50, on his person. The manager stated she had seen him grab the newspaper while exiting the store without paying for any items. The suspect was subsequently transported to the Pelham Manor police station for arrest processing. Owner’s and supporting depositions were completed. The stolen property was photographed, and an itemized store receipt was secured as evidence.

6:03 p.m. – A resident walked into the police station to turn in a lost dog she had found. An officer called the phone number provided on the dog’s collar and left a message for the owner. At approximately 7:00 p.m., the owner came in to pick up his dog.

Thursday, May 16

3:12 a.m. – Received a call from a security company, reporting a burglary alarm at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 559 Pelham Manor Road. Officers were dispatched, and report all appeared secure from what could be checked

1:10 p.m. – Officers arrested a man at Mount Vernon Hospital for an outstanding bench warrant for failing to appear in Pelham Town Court on February 28, 2019, for NYS Penal Law 155.25, petit larceny. Party was brought to the police station and processed. Pelham Town Court was contacted to arrange for the party to be brought before the court on the warrant, and court personnel then reported that the bench warrant had been vacated but that PMPD had not been notified and that the warrant had not been removed from the computer system. Party was then released from custody.

2:53 p.m. – Received a call from a party in the parking lot at the Pelham Manor Shopping Plaza, stating a white male in his thirties with black hair, a black shirt, and jeans opened the door to his car and called [the caller] sweetheart. Caller was concerned the party may be looking to abduct her. Officers were dispatched, and spoke to the person reporting, who advised that she did not want any further police involvement. Officers checked the parking lot for the male subject, who appeared to have left the area.

6:55 p.m. – Received a call from a party reporting that she saw youths on the roof of CVS Pharmacy of 4760 Boston Post Road. An officer was dispatched, and reported he spoke to three youths who were in the area, and advised them not to climb onto any buildings. The officer did not observe anyone on the roof.

8:35 p.m. – A party dropped off a loose dog she had found in the area of Washington Avenue and Peace Street at the police station. The owner later came in to collect her dog. She was advised of the village leash laws.

Friday, May 17

6:30 a.m. – A child passenger safety seat was installed into a vehicle. The department child passenger safety seat checklist was completed and signed.

3:24 p.m. – A resident of Wynnewood Road called, stating a black male wearing a red jacket was in his driveway near his car. He believed the party was going to enter his car, when he saw the caller. He then ran on foot towards Boston Post Road. Officers were dispatched, and the party was gone upon arrival of officers.

4:25 p.m. – An anonymous male party walked into the police station and reported that youths were riding bicycles and scooters all over the roadway in the area of Pelhamdale Avenue and Grant Avenue. Officers were dispatched, and reported that the area was canvassed with negative results.

8:52 p.m. – A party walked into the police station and requested assistance with a custodial exchange. Officers were dispatched, and report that the exchange was complete.

Saturday, May 18

11:13 a.m. – A resident of Edgewood Avenue called, stating her car was blocking the roadway and she was unable to get it into drive. Officers were dispatched, and advise that she had not turned the car on, so she could not get it into drive. Officers assisted her with turning on her car and she was able to move the car from the roadway.

12:34 p.m. – Officers were dispatched to CVS Pharmacy of 4760 Boston Post Road on report of a larceny that had just occurred. The person reporting, an employee, stated that two black females had exited the store without paying for merchandise, and entered a blue car with New York license plates and were heading Bronx bound on Boston Post Road. A canvass of the area yielded negative results. Officers returned to CVS to obtain more information. The manager stated that two black females entered the store at approximately 12:30 p.m., and that one of the suspects was observed taking lotion and facial care products and placing them in her bag. This suspect then exited the store at 12:33 p.m. The second suspect was observed taking deodorant and placing it in her bag before exiting the store at approximately 12:34 p.m. The items stolen total $202.28, and include Biore oil, three bottles of Degree women’s body wash, three sticks of Dove deodorant, three bottles of Goldbond lotion, and two bottles of Olay eye cream. An owner’s and supporting deposition were completed, and itemized receipt was obtained as evidence.

6:18 p.m. – Received a call from a resident, reporting that there was a large number of people in Shore Park and he was concerned that they were not Pelham Manor residents. Officers were dispatched, and reported that all appeared in order.

7:02 p.m. – Received a call from a resident, reporting that as he was walking home he observed a dirtbike run a stop sign at the intersection of Mount Tom Road and Rockledge Road. He stated that he began to film the person on the dirtbike and an argument ensued. He stated the other party had since left the scene, and that he was now home, but he requested police assistance. Officers were dispatched, and report it was a verbal dispute.

7:44 p.m. – Received a call from a resident reporting that she had found a lost dog on Lincoln Avenue. Officers were dispatched, and the dog was transported to the police station. The dog’s tag had a phone number for a veterinarian, who was contacted, but were currently closed. Police were not contacted by the dog’s owner. The New Rochelle Humane Society was contacted, and they responded to retrieve the dog at 9:30 p.m.

10:56 p.m. – Received a call from a party who wished to remain anonymous, reporting multiple vehicles parked behind Manor Market at 4779 Boston Post Road playing loud music. Officers were dispatched, and checked the area and report nothing there.