LEWISBORO, N.Y. – Police made several visits to John Jay High School last week. On Monday a student reported that, while she was at track practice, her iPod had been stolen from her bag, which had been left under a bench near her gym locker. The thief took the iPod and left its case behind.
Another John Jay student reported on Friday that someone had stolen cash from her that morning.
The same day around noontime a John Jay student was issued appearance tickets, charged with possession of four water bottles filled with various kinds of liquor and a marijuana grinder, along with two glass pipes. Police also searched the student, under the supervision of school officials.
The Lewisboro Police also reported the following incidents :
- Police came to the aid of a South Salem man on Thursday evening, when he began to choke on a piece of food. After an officer successfully cleared the obstruction, the victim complained of chest pains and was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital.
- On Monday afternoon Four Winds Hospital reported to police that a patient had gone missing. After seeing a photograph of the man, police conducted a search of the train station and the neighborhood. The man was found in the area of Michelle Estates and was taken back to the hospital.
- When a Lewisboro police officer stopped a car on West Lane Monday for a Vehicle and Traffic (V&T) incident, the driver proved to be unlicensed and the vehicle unregistered. The car was impounded and removed by Sal’s Towing.
- On Wednesday morning a car broke down on Route 123 in South Salem, blocking traffic in the northbound lane. Police directed traffic until Sal’s Towing could arrived to take the vehicle away. Later on the same day, a deer ran into a vehicle on Fairmont Road in Goldens Bridge, causing damage to the front fender on the passenger side.
- A South Salem resident discovered someone had broken into his tool shed sometime on Wednesday, although nothing was taken. Elsewhere in South Salem, a resident discovered a damaged mailbox on the weekend and asked police to keep a record of the incident.
- A Goldens Bridge resident became alarmed when she saw an unknown man of about 60, with white hair and dressed in a khaki jacket and jeans, walking through her backyard. Police canvassed the neighborhood but could not locate the trespasser. There was no sign of criminal activity on the property.
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