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On Monday, Feb. 8, at7:43 p.m., Bedford olice went to a home on Mustato Road, Katonah, after a man said his dog was not returned to him by the dog’s co-owner. The caller, age 79, said the dog’s co-custodian refused to bring him home.

Police contacted the other party, who lives on Croton Lake Road, Mount Kisco, who said he has papers proving ownership of the pet. The caller was told this was a civil matter and was referred to contact Bedford Court.

The next day at 12:19 p.m., the complainant again contacted police to say the dog was still not returned.

Police met with the Croton Lake Road resident, who showed them the bill of sale. He requested that the Mustato Road resident be told to stop contacting him, and police passed on the request.

The following is based on official reports of the Bedford Police Department from Feb. 8 to 14.

Monday, Feb. 8

4:09 a.m. — Police went to a home on Nightingale Road, Katonah, to notify the resident of the death of a relative as the resident was next of kin. Bedford Police were notified of the death by police in Teaneck, New Jersey, where the dead man resided. 

11:17 a.m. — Police and paramedics went to a home on Nightingale Road, Katonah, for a report of a hand injury. On arrival they saw a male, 73, with a minor laceration to his hand being treated by Westchester EMS paramedic. The man declined further medical attention or transport. 

7:43 p.m. — Police went to a home on Mustato Road, Katonah, after a man said his dog was not returned to him by the dog’s co-owner. The caller, age 79, said the dog’s co-custodian refused to bring him home. Police contacted the other party, who lives on Croton Lake Road, Mount Kisco, who said he has papers proving ownership of the pet. The caller was told this was a civil matter and was referred to contact Bedford Court. The next day at 12:19 p.m., the complainant again contacted police to say the dog was still not returned. Police met with the Croton Lake Road resident, who showed them the bill of sale. He requested that the Mustato Road resident be told to stop contacting him, and police passed on the request.

Tuesday, Feb. 9

6:59 a.m. — Due to icy road conditions, a car went into a guardrail on Cross River Road, Katonah. No injuries were reported. 

7:05 a.m. — A two-car accident on Cross River Road, Katonah, occurred due to icy conditions. No injuries were reported. 

Wednesday, Feb. 10

3:20 p.m. — A female rider who came off her horse at Sunnyfield Farm on South Bedford Road, Bedford, briefly lost consciousness and was disoriented when Westchester EMS arrived on scene. She was transported to Westchester Medical Center by Westchester EMS.

5:03 p.m. — Police went to a home on Ridge Road, Katonah, for a report of a possible intoxication. A female, 26, reported to have taken prescription medication with alcohol was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Bedford Fire Department. 

6:22 p.m. — Police went to the scene of a two-car accident, where one vehicle rear-ended another, on Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, for a reported accident with possible injuries after air bags were deployed. On arrival both parties refused to speak with emergency medical personnel. There were no apparent injuries and an accident report was made. 

Thursday, Feb. 11

9:51 a.m. — Police spoke to the daughter of an elderly woman on Maple Avenue, Katonah, after the mother called police to report unknown people trespassing on her property and moving furniture in her barn. Police have received similar calls from the mother in the past. The daughter said the mother often imagines signs of trespassers on the property. Police spoke to the mother, who maintained people were inside her barn. Police checked the structure and saw no signs of anyone. 

Friday, Feb. 12

11:58 p.m. — A Westchester County police translator was requested for a domestic call at a residence in Bedford Hills, Haines Road. Police went to the apartment and, through the translator, spoke first with the caller, a young woman, who said she fought with a man a few years older than herself after a verbal argument. The verbal argument between the parties escalated to slapping and pushing, said the woman, whose age was not disclosed. The man had left the apartment to seek treatment at Northern Westchester Hospital for an injury to his eye, which he later told police the woman scratched when she slapped his face. He denied touching her during their argument, but said he threw a plastic sandal at her. Neither party wanted to press charges and agreed to separate for the night. A New York state domestic incident report was made. 

Saturday, Feb. 13

10:17 a.m. —The owner of a multi-family property on Edgemont Road, Katonah, came to police headquarters to report a problem with a tenant. He said the tenant’s lease expired and she has been illegally subletting the apartment to a couple. He said other residents in the building complained about noise and odors coming from that unit, and the unit’s exterior door was damaged. The landlord emailed the tenant who holds the lease requesting access to the unit, but his request was denied. He was advised to pursue the matter in court. He was further advised to tell tenants to contact police if they had complaints about the unit’s current occupants. 

9:03 p.m. — A man walked into police headquarters to request help with his teenage son after he said the two argued over a cellphone at the family’s residence on The Terrace, Katonah. The man asked police to speak to his son; police declined, saying it was not their role. The man called his wife, who reported the situation at their home was calm. The man declined to discuss the matter further and returned home. A New York state domestic incident report was made. 

Sunday, Feb. 14

14:35 p.m. — Police responded to a report of a head injury suffered by a resident of a group home on Cross River Road, Katonah. The injured party, age unknown, was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

6:43 p.m. — Police and emergency medical personnel went to a home on Buckbee Place, Bedford, for a report of an unresponsive woman who was diabetic. A medic at the scene applied glucose jelly to her lips with little effect. The woman was given a glucose drip and transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Westchester EMS and Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

11:56 p.m. — A female, 23, who reportedly appeared heavily intoxicated, was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Bedford Fire Department from the property of Endeavor Therapeutic Horsemanship on Succabone Road, Bedford. Police and medical personnel were alerted to her condition by her boyfriend, who lives on the property. 

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