LEWISBORO, N.Y. A Laurie Lane resident in South Salem told police she is being harassed by her husbands ex-girlfriend.
Police began the harassment investigation on Monday, Aug. 22, when a woman called them and said the ex-girlfriend had called her six times in 10 minutes and made lewd remarks. The woman said the caller, who she said goes by the name of Sally, did not threaten her, but she wanted to file a report in case the calls continued.
The woman told police that her husband was currently serving time in the county jail but is set to be released on Aug. 29. The woman gave officers what information she had on Sally, including an old phone number and address. Police called the number but got no answer. The woman said once she found out Sallys last name, she would inform investigators.
In other blotter news:
Police investigated a complaint of an authorized use of a vehicle. A woman came to police headquarters and told officers that her brother had been using her car while she was working in New York City. She stated that she lives in NYC and leaves the car with their grandmother. She said her brother would go to the grandmothers home and take the car. Officers ran the brothers license and it came back as suspended. The woman filed a report dictating that he is not to use the car and that if he is found doing so, she will press charges.
Police were dispatched to the Shell gas station a Routes 35 and 121 in Cross River on the report of an eight-year-old girl having difficulty breathing. Officers spoke to the girls father who said he was taking her to the hospital. North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corps arrived on the scene and transported her to Northern Westchester Hospital.
Police responded to a residence on Old Church Lane in South Salem where the homeowner told officers that an unknown vehicle drove off the roadway and struck his mailbox.
Police made three attempts to serve a summons to a resident on Lakeview Road in South Salem. A neighboring dog walker told officers that the subject was a way until Saturday.
Police investigated a property damage complaint at Petes Mobil Station on Route 35. A motorist pulled away from the pump without disconnecting the hose. The hose broke away, as it is designed to do. The nozzle was slightly bent. A station employee witnessed the incident and the motorist filed the claim with his insurance company.
Police were called to a residence on Main Street in South Salem for a reported electronic intrusion alarm. Upon arrival, officers were met by a man who said he was the designated person by the homeowner to prepare the residence for their return from a trip. According to the man, he had attempted to enter the pass code upon entry, but was carrying packages and had dogs with him and he mistakenly entered the wrong code. When the alarm company called, he correctly stated to them the correct code. However, the alarm company did not contact police headquarters and the officers did not receive orders to disregard
Police were called to a Hilltop Road residence in Waccabuc on the report of a two-year-old boy injured in a fall and unable to move. Police assisted the Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps. The injury occurred when the child was lying on the floor and his four-year-old brother rolled off the bed and landed on his back. He was collared and back-boarded and transported to Northern Westchester Hospital Center.
Police were dispatched to a residence on Deer Run in South Salem for an ambulance request due to an injury sustained by an accident. When police arrived, the injured man was being flat-boarded and placed in the ambulance for transportation to Norwalk Hospital for treatment. According to the mans wife, they were in their driveway collecting branches and debris from Hurricane Irene when she attempted to move the car. She inadvertently struck her husband while he was still collecting branches and he was knocked unconscious. Police report no evidence of a struggle or dispute.
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