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Fender Benders Keep Lewisboro Police Busy

SEPT. 12

The Lewisboro police were called to a car accident on North Street in Goldens Bridge where a car hit another parked car while pulling into a parking spot. There was minor damage and the issue was resolved between the two parties.

Police were called to a home in South Salem regarding an online account being entered without permission. The complainant believes he knows who got into the account, but had no conclusive evidence. The complainant was advised to contact the State Police to conduct an investigation.

Police were dispatched to a home in Cross River after a home alarm was set off. Once police arrived on scene, property appeared to be secure with no sign of burglary.

SEPT. 13

Police were called to an incident on Route 35 and Cherry Street after a fender bender between two cars. Once police arrived, the two parties exchanged information and settled the issue.

Police received a call about a two-car accident on Old Post Road at the intersection of Route 35. Both cars were traveling northbound. The first vehicle stopped to make a right turn and was sideswiped by the second car that was also trying to make a right turn.

SEPT. 14

Police responded to a call in South Salem regarding a damaged disabled car. The owner of the car had left the car parked in a business parking lot for several hours. The owners of the business said there was no damage to the car for several hours, late in the day they noticed the back windshield was broken and the fender was dented. The police did not find any evidence of what occurred, but filed an incident report.

SEPT. 15

Police were called after a South Salem resident reported a stolen license plate. A report was filed with the town police.

SEPT. 16

Police were dispatched after a call to the station over a civil matter involving two residents. One resident stored a vehicle with the other resident for 15 years then returned for the vehicle and noticed it was missing. The resident that stored the vehicle said he did not realize the car was missing. The first resident will proceed with legal action to get his vehicle back.

SEPT. 17

Police were called after a Goldens Bridge resident reported a missing cell phone. The resident was having a tag sale and had the phone outside. The resident noticed the phone was gone and could not find it. The resident will call her cell phone provider to track the location of the phone.

SEPT. 18

Police were dispatched after getting a call about a suspicious car parked at the corner of Post Office Road and Mead Street. The car was parked with the lights on, the doors unlocked, and the keys sitting on the center console. The owner of the vehicle was found walking around in the area. No further action was taken.

The police responded to a caller in Goldens Bridge after a resident called about their mailbox being damaged. The area was assessed and the cops found no damage to other mailboxes. The police concluded that the mailbox was unintentionally hit by a car.

Police were called to a home in South Salem after reports of hearing possible gun shots were made. While surveying the area, the police spotted two other residents that also reported hearing three possible gun shots. The area was checked, but there was no evidence and no additional shots were heard.

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