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On Sunday, Feb. 7, at 10:05 a.m., police were dispatched for a report of a dog attack at an undisclosed location in Goldens Bridge.

Upon arrival, an officer interviewed a resident, who stated that while walking her son’s dog on her side of the street, a pit bull-type dog pulled a teenage boy that was walking on the other side of the street.

She said the other dog attacked hers and then was able to pick up her dog and run away from the encounter. The woman stated the teenager walking the other dog was upset over the incident and repeatedly apologized.

The Dog Control Officer was notified for follow-up. No information on possible injuries to the attacked dog was provided.

Monday, Feb. 1

7 a.m. — While at the station, an officer was advised by the Highway Department that there were several vehicles blocking the road at Soundview Loop, South Salem. An officer patrolled to the location and found two vehicles parked on the road in front of their driveways. Due to snow conditions, the officer found that it was unsafe for the residents to travel up or down their driveways. Police explained the situation to a Highway Department employee, who said he could plow around the vehicles.

7 a.m. — An officer was notified of several vehicles parked on the road at Kenfield Road, South Salem. Police patrolled to location and observed several cars parked in the cul-de-sac. The cars belonged to a resident who had numerous vehicles in the driveway and could not park any others there. An officer updated a Highway Department employee and advised him to contact the station if there were any issues with plowing.

11:45 a.m. — Police responded to a report of a utility pole down on Route 123, South Salem, near Leon Levy Preserve. An officer found a Verizon utility pole split in half approximately 300 yards south of the preserve. A Verizon employee arrived on the scene and secured the pole. Verizon advised police that due to the weather conditions, the pole would be replaced at a later date.

6:45 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Mill River Road, Vista, for a report of wires and trees down. An officer found a fallen tree that had landed on wires. Vista Fire Department was on the scene and New York State Electric & Gas responded to complete repairs. There was no reported power outage.


Tuesday, Feb. 2

10:19 a.m. — Police were dispatched to an undisclosed location in Cross River for a resident stating that her vehicle was blocked in by her neighbor. Upon arrival, an officer met with the complainant, who showed police a video of a plow apparently pushing snow into the complainant’s yard. The resident also brought up an ongoing complaint about her neighbor parking a vehicle in an unauthorized location. The resident said she might pursue legal charges against the neighbor on both accounts. The incident is pending further investigation.


Wednesday, Feb. 3

1:31 p.m. — Police responded to a report of a suspicious woman in a green shirt walking along Route 22 in the area of Interstate-684 6A exit ramp in Goldens Bridge. An officer checked the area, but the reported person was gone.


Friday, Feb. 5

11:19 a.m. — The owner of a tree service said removal of a hazardous tree on Chapel Road, South Salem, would require use of a crane and closure of the road for approximately five hours. Police advised the owner to notify the police and Highway Department prior to the road closure.

6:59 p.m. — Police were dispatched for a report of suspicious activity on Debbie Lane, South Salem. Upon arrival, an officer spoke with a resident who stated she was walking her dog at 4 a.m. when a white Jeep pulled up and the driver asked her if a residence on the street was for sale. She described the driver as a man with a beard and loud voice. A report was filed.


Saturday, Feb. 6

7:55 a.m. — Police and Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to Lambert Ridge, Cross River, for a female, 91, who fell in her living room and injured her hip. The woman was transported by LVAC to Northern Westchester Hospital.

12:05 p.m. — Police responded to the Shell Station, Cross River, for an accident involving two vehicles. Upon arrival, a customer stated that the cars had just left. The officer saw the cars waiting at the traffic light next to the station and stopped the vehicles. The drivers stated they were on their way to the police department to make a report. Both vehicles pulled into Sal’s Towing and the officer completed an accident report. The driver of one of the vehicles said sun glare blocked her visibility and caused her to collide with the other vehicle while both were attempting to make a left turn onto Route 121. Both drivers had photos of the damage caused on both cars. Information was exchanged between the two parties.

6 p.m. — Police responded to a report of an injured deer in the area of Bouton Road and Main Street, South Salem. Police located the deer in front a residence on Main Street and found that it was dead. The deer was moved to the side of the road and police notified the Wolf Conservation Center to remove the carcass.

8:06 p.m. —An employee of Haiku Asian Bistro, Cross River, contacted police to report their delivery person thought a customer was trying to pay for his food with a counterfeit $100 bill. An officer stopped by the restaurant and determined the bill looked fine. The cashier and owner of Haiku Asian Bistro agreed, and no further action was taken.


Sunday, Feb. 7

1:30 p.m. — Police responded to Smith Ridge Road, Vista, to aid a woman who sustained injuries from a fall. Due to heavy snow conditions and multiple vehicles parked on the side of the road by the home, an officer stayed outside to direct traffic. The woman was transported by Vista Fire Department to Norwalk Hospital.

2 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Perch Bay Road, Waccabuc, for an ambulance assist for a woman who sustained a head injury in a fall. An officer arrived alongside Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps. The victim’s head bleeding was stopped, but LVAC transported her to Northern Westchester Hospital for further evaluation.

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