LARCHMONT POLICE
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PRESS RELEASE – 15 NOVEMBER 2014

The following is a brief synopsis of some of the incidents investigated by the officers of the Larchmont Police Department during the week beginning 11/08/14 and ending 11/15/14.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

A Vanderburgh Ave resident reported on 11/8 that someone shattered the front side window of his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway.

LARCENY

A Cambridge Court resident reported on 11/8 that someone opened a parcel which had been left in his mailbox and removed the contents thereof, valued at approximately $10.

PENAL LAW ARREST

A East Ave resident was arrested on 11/11 after he was observed operating a motor vehicle aon Boston Post Rd and committing a traffic infraction.  Poul ISIDRO, 29, was arrested based on an outstanding Warrant of Arrest in the Village of Ossining and turned over to Ossining Police.

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A Peekskill man was arrested on 11/12 and charged with operating with revoked driving privileges after he was observed driving a vehicle on Boston Post Rd and committing a traffic infraction. The vehicle was impounded and the operator released on $200 bail.

IDENTITY THEFT

A Virginia Place resident reported on 11/14 that someone used his personal information to active several cell phone accounts, and purchased equipment with an aggregate value of $365.

PENAL LAW ARREST

A 21-year-old West Harrison man was arrested and charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana on 11/14 after he was stopped subsequent to committing a traffic violation on Boston Post; he was released on his own recognizance.

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC LAW ARREST

A Port Chester man was arrested on 11/15 and charged with operating with suspended driving license after he was observed driving a vehicle on Boston Post Rd and committing a traffic infraction. The vehicle was impounded and the operator released on $100 bail.

In addition to the preceding, Larchmont Police Officers also responded to Following:

Burglar Alarms

10

Motor Vehicle Accidents

5

Aided Cases

7

Other Calls for Service

40