LEWISBORO, N.Y. Lewisboro Police investigated six different auto accidents over the past week. While all of them involved some personal property damage, no major injuries were reported.
- On Tuesday, April 10 at about 4:45 p.m. police responded to the Fifth Division Market parking lot on Old Post Road in Cross River for an accident involving a Toyota Corolla and Toyota Prius. There were no witnesses to the accident and police assisted the drivers with exchanging insurance information.
- On Wednesday at 8:12 p.m., police were called to the Orchard Square shopping center in Cross River for two cars a Toyota Highlander and a Subaru Outback that collided in the parking lot. The vehicles sustained minor damage.
- Police responded to an accident call on Thursday at 10:15 a.m. when a McBurnie Coach Craft and Mitsubishi pick-up truck sideswiped each other on Route 35 near Old Shop Road. Both vehicles driver-side mirrors were broken.
- Police were called to the North County Shopping Center in Goldens Bridge on Friday at 9:26 a.m. when a Ford Econoline van hit a Honda Civic that was parked and unattended at the time. The driver of the Civic said he was trying to avoid another car that was backing out its space. The Civics front bumper was torn off.
- Later on Friday at around 3:26 p.m., another accident occurred in the North County Shopping Center parking lot when a Nissan Maxima rear-ended a Chevy Tahoe resulting in minor damage.
- Police were called to the sixth accident of the week on Saturday at 5:10 p.m. near the Cross River Shell station on Route 121 when an Audi and Subaru collided. Neither car needed towing, but one sustained at least $1,000 in damages, according to the police report. Police said there was one witness to the accident.
The following items were also reported by the Lewisboro Police:
Gas Pump Damaged: Police were called to the Bouton Mobile station on Route 35 in South Salem on Tuesday, April 11, when a motorist drove away from the pump with the nozzle still in his gas tank. The hose broke away safely and did not leak any gasoline, but the connection was broken. The driver told officers he lives locally and wants to pay for the repairs. The gas station employee said he needed to contact the owner to find out the repair costs.
Harassment Complaint: Police were called to the Goldens Bridge Metro North train station on Saturday for a harassment complaint. They interviewed a local resident who said he was walking along Route 138 when he was pushed and slapped by someone he knows. Police said the man had no injuries or marks on him. The man stated that the subject works at Dunkin Donuts and police advised him to stay away from his alleged harasser. Police contacted the Dunkin Donuts employee who told them that the man and his friends had been coming in the store and bothering him while he was working. He did admit to having an incident with the man while walking on Route 138. Police advised him to stay away from the other man as well as report any further incidents at his workplace.
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