The following items were reported by the Lewisboro Police Department:
MAY 30Police responded to a call on Sabbath Day Hill Road for a criminal mischief complaint. A resident reported that someone had smashed his mailbox, as well as other neighborss, during the night.
Police responded to call on Brady Farm Road in Goldens Bridge for report of a male acting out of control a possible panic attack. The subject was transported by ambulance to Northern Westchester Hospital. It was reported that the subject is on medication for anger control.
Police were dispatched to Sullivan Road in Goldens Bridge for a report of criminal mischief. Upon arrival, the resident reported that he found an M-80 in his mailbox and that his mail had been burned. It appeared that mail had caught on fire, but the device did not explode. There were no witnesses.
MAY 31Police were dispatched to a residence on Lakeshore Drive in South Salem for a report of an injured person. The resident had fallen in her backyard and injured her neck, as well as cut her head and hand. The resident was transported to North Westchester Hospital.
JUNE 1Police responded to Smith Ridge Road in South Salem for a report of a tree blocking the road at the intersection of Mill River Road. The officer removed the tree.
Lewisboro Police were asked by the Dutchess County Sheriffs Department to contact a Lewisboro resident on Ridgeland Road concerning her credit card, which might have been use fraudulently on the Hudson River for boat fuel. Police visited the resident and were informed that she had cancelled the credit card. The resident was asked to contact the Dutchess County Sheriffs Department.
JUNE 3Police responded to a complaint that ATVs were being driven on Brook Drive. Officer observed two ATVs operating on the public roadway. Police issued a ticket to David Algire for operating an uninspected and uninsured ATV. Tickets were also issued to Liam McManus for operating an uninspected and uninsured ATV, as well as being an unlicensed operator.
JUNE 4Police responded to call at a business on Oakridge Commons that a male subject had come into the store and asked to borrow $60 to have his wifes car towed. He stated he would return the money by 2 p.m. He was given the $60 but never returned to the store. The store owner tried the cell phone number the subject had given her but it was disconnected. The subject was described as 5-foot-6, bald and wearing a baseball cap. The complainant was advised to call the police if the subject makes contact again.
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