Lewisboro Police are investigating a vandalism complaint reported on June 18 on Sabbath Day Hill Road. Officials say homeowner Donna Pirro claims she left a message a week ago at the Lewisboro Police Department stating that her mailbox had been spray painted with pink paint and that a tree was painted with white paint with pornographic images. Pirro said she had read about the recent hate crime case in Lewisbo in which pink spray paint had also been used. The information is being turned over to State Police.
Also from the police blotter:
Police were called to 1 Gideon Reynolds Road for a vandalism report. They found a spray-painted Verizon junction box and spray paint on the town road. Damages were estimated to be around $500. The investigation is pending.
Police were called to Fox Valley Park in Goldens Bridge for a vandalism complaint. Officers discovered spray paint on the exterior bathroom wall and on landscaping rock. The investigation is pending.
Lewisboro police were called to assist State Police for a physical domestic disturbance call at 109 Mill River Road in South Salem. Police arrived and determined that the disturbance was no longer physical.
While on patrol, police discovered a soda machine on its side in the basketball parking lot near the shed at the town park. The plug had been pulled. Police do not if it was being moved by the owner, the rec department, or if it was criminal mischief. Police left a message with the recreation department.
Police were called to the scene of an injured deer on the side of Route 35 in South Salem. The animal was dispatched with one shotgun round.
Police were also dispatched to a domestic disturbance call at 800 Cross River Road in Cross River. It was a verbal dispute between father and daughter, which was resolved.
Police were dispatched to 58 Post Office Road in Waccacuc for an elderly female in cardiac arrest and possible DOA. Police arrived at the scene with a member of the Lewisboro Ambulance Corps and Westchester Medic. Vital signs were checked on Cynthia Larosa who was slumped over here wheelchair in the living room. Medic Seth Greene pronounced Ms. Larosa dead.
Police were called to a suspicious incident at 46 Oscaleta Road in South Salem. When they arrived, resident Felix Mcelroy said he thought a .22- caliber was used to shoot at his residence. He added that when he returned from a two-week vacation, he noticed the vinyl siding and backer board had been broken below a window located on the first floor. Police searched the dirt under the area as well as the siding, but were unable to locate what caused the damage. Police were unsure if a bullet caused the damage, but noted that the force was significant. Mcelroy said that unknown person(s) had driven over his lawn the night before and that it had become a persistent problem.
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call at 24 Lambert Ridge in Cross River. Police report that a 17-year-old had locked his parents and two siblings out of the house after a physical confrontation inside the residence. Police gained access to the home through the garage and spoke with all parties. They agreed to calm down and seek counseling in reference to confrontations, which have been getting worse lately.
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