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Lewisboro Police Issue Order of Protection

LEWISBORO, N.Y. – Lewisboro police served an order of protection against a Lewisboro resident at police headquarters Monday, Sept. 5 at police headquarters.

The resident also surrendered two pellet guns – a rifle and a pistol – along with a canister of pellets. The man stated he no longer wanted the guns. Police advised him that both guns would be kept at the police station until his domestic issue is resolved.

In other blotter news:

SEPT. 6

A South Salem resident from Keeler Court came to the police station in order to be escorted to his residence to retrieve personal belongs as per a court order. Police say several bags were removed without incident.

Police were called to a Makepeace Hill Road residence in Waccabuc for a possible home invasion. Police arrived to find the caller upset and distraught but no sign of criminal activity. The husband was notified and said he would leave work and come home. A shotgun was removed from the residence by police for safekeeping. Police told the owner it could be picked up at the police station at any time.

Police were dispatched to a Park Road residence in Golden Bridges to assist EMS. The homeowner told police that she was cleaning and left the door to the cabinet under the kitchen sink open when she saw her daughter with her mouth on the Pine Sol cleaner. She said she did not know if the daughter drank any of the cleaner.

Police were called to the intersection of Main Street and Oscaleta Road in South Salem on the report of a tree down. Police discovered that a tree, along with two utility poles were down. Officers tape off the street and set flares to prevent traffic and then notified NYSEG.

SEPT. 8

Police were dispatched to Route 138 in Goldens Bridge on the report of a mother and child stuck in a vehicle on a flooded roadway. Upon arrival, officers assisted with roadway closures and noted two vehicles removed from the flooded area by a tow truck. A check of the area for a mother and child yielded no results. Police remained on the scene until the water receded.

SEPT. 9

Police were called to Old Church Lane on the call of disabled large box truck. Police arrived and noted a large truck blocking the roadway. The driver told officers he had backed up the truck and the wheels went into the ditch and caused the truck to get hung up on a rock wall. The vehicle was pulled from the ditch by a tow truck.

SEPT. 10

Police went to an Orchard Street residence in South Salem on the report of an injured deer in the backyard. An officer dispatched the deer with a round from the department shotgun. The homeowner was advised that she was responsible for the remains.

Police were called to a Harbor Place residence on a domestic disturbance call. The wife at the residence told police she was mad at her husband because he called her a name. Police advised the woman that they were to be called for criminal matters only.

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