One woman was unhappy with the traffic situation in Hastings. Apparently the woman decided to stage a protest against having two-way traffic on Farragut Avenue by standing in the crosswalk at Farragut and Olinda in the northbound lane. Police advised her on how to make a proper complaint and she moved.
A patron of the fell off his bar stool and was unconscious. The Hastings Volunteer Ambulance Corps. and Greenburgh Paramedics were dispatched and the man was taken to St. John's Riverside Hospital in Dobbs Ferry.
was hit by tire thieves who left 18 vehicles on cinder blocks. The tires were taken from Hondas, Toyotas and an Acura. The thieves likely entered the lot by cutting through a chain link fence. A box truck and two bumper covers were also taken.
A Sleepy Hollow police lieutenant spotted a man wearing Rangers attire walking his dog in the middle of the day. Irvington Ambulance arrived on scene and evaluated the man, determining he was not a risk to himself or the New Jersey Devils and the man was allowed to continue on his way.
A 19-year-old designated driver was transporting four friends in Sleepy Hollow when two raccoons tried to cross the road. The woman attempted to avoid the raccoons but allegedly lost control of her vehicle, hit a tree and a village light post, then took out two pumps at the on Broadway. Everyone in the car was OK.
The Putnam County Sheriff's Office in Carmel was working on an alleged burglary when one suspect gave police a bit more than they bargained for. With one suspect on the run, the second man who was in custody decided to make a break for it by jumping out of the second-story window of the Carmel headquarters. He was taken into custody again about an hour later after police sent out a reverse 911 call and area officers spotted the suspect.
Police were transporting a New City man to the hospital when he allegedly kicked out windows on two police cars and bit an officer. The man was picked up following a domestic dispute report and willingly entered a police vehicle so he could be taken to the hospital. Police say the man then must have become agitated and and kicked out the rear driver’s side and passenger side windows of the car. Police then arrested the man who began to struggle and bit an officer in the hand. Once he was restrained and put into another police vehicle, he kicked out that back window.