Barefoot and Knife-Wielding
A man with a knife was supposedly standing behind a red vehicle in Mount Kisco. The man reportedly got into a vehicle that looked like a Jeep and went northbound on Lexington Avenue.
A Man and His Dog
Harrison police said . Doug Harrison encountered Lawrence Morrison, 29, the would-be burglar allegedly made a threatening gesture, then ran away. Harrison and his Rottweiler chased Morrison to the burglar's home, when his mother turned him in to police. Morrison is charged with first-degree burglary and attempted escape—both felonies—and misdemeanor charges of menacing, criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools. He is being held in Westchester County Jail without bail.
Rabid Skunk in Mount Kisco
Police confirmed that . The skunk was possibly behind a Nov. 12 attack on a 21-month-old girl bitten in her Beverly Road yard. The girl was hospitalized and vaccinated for rabies as a precaution.
People Do Love Their Hondas ...
Someone took a donated without permission for a joy ride on Fenimore Road in Larchmont.
McDonald's Drive-Thru Too Slow for One Taxi Driver
A Tarrytown taxi driver called police to report a slow-moving McDonald's drive-thru, which he said . When police arrived on scene, they issued a village code infraction to the driver for not displaying his taxi identification badge, returnable to Justice Court on 11/17.
Surprise! Teens Hang Out Together, Talk Loud and Laugh
A group of 13-to-14-year-old girls hanging out in Hastings on Warburton just after 10 p.m. were supposedly laughing and "kidding around" when an unidentified male yelled from a window: The girls got scared and ran north on Warburton. Elsewhere in Hastings, an Edgewood Avenue resident reported a "large group of teenagers" going into the woods, but police didn't find them.
A Port Chester man swapped his old sneakers for a fresh new pair at Kohl's Wednesday, but didn't take well to a security guard's attempt to stop him. David Wllis, 41, said according to witness statements. Willis then ran, but a D.A.R.E. officer in the area took him into custody. Willis is charged with third-degree robbery, a felony.