Blood Trail From Scene Leads Police to Hospital
Aug. 10, 9:04 a.m., Lexington Avenue
Police reported that a person attempted to break glass at a change machine located in a Lexington Avenue building. No money was taken, however. It appears that the suspect had a hand injury as a result; a blood trail was left going from the scene and through downtown, on Lexington and then Main Street.
The trail, helped make it easier to track down the individual. Police were able to trace the movement of the suspect to Northern Westchester Hospital, where it is believed that the person sought emergency treatment. Federal medical privacy law prevents police from quickly getting more details, but an attempt is being made to get an exception. Security camera footage will also be reviewed.
2 Men Accused of Cocaine Possession
Aug. 9, 10:48 p.m., South Moger Avenue
Two men were spotted in a vehicle. The two, a 60-year-old Mount Kisco resident and a 44-year-old California resident, were accused of possessing cocaine. They were each charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Additionally, the California man was charged with driving while intoxicated.
Thousands of Dollars in Car Parts Stolen from BMW Lot
Aug. 6, 2:35 p.m., Kisco Avenue
Three cars were left dismembered in some form at a lot owned by the local BMW dealership. The affected cars were: a 2007 M6 that lost all four tires and rims - it was on cinder blocks; a 2009 328 Series that was missing its navigation, radio and tail lights; and a 2011 535 that lost its navigation, radio odometer gauge and rear lights. The value of the stolen items for each car was $8,400, $3,800 and $4,800, respectively. In addition, the 2011 car, which had its electrical wiring cut, had about $6,000 worth of damage.
Aug. 9, 10:34 p.m., Main Street
A traffic stop was made after police spotted a vehicle crossing the line separating road direction lanes. A 41-year-old Pawling man was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. He took a breathalyzer and came up with a .14 blood alcohol content (BAC), above the .08 limit.
Aug. 6, 11:10 a.m., Carpenter Avenue
A man reported that another man was acting in a threatening manner towards him. No arrests were made.