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On Monday, Aug. 31 at 7:50 p.m., police were dispatched to the area of Smith Ridge Road and Briscoe Road in Vista for a report of a missing autistic man, 18, who was riding his bike and had not returned for approximately 40 minutes.

Since the family’s residence was near the Connecticut state line, New Canaan Police were also contacted by family members. Both departments checked the area.

Lewisboro Police was later advised that the teen was located near the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut.

The remainder of the Lewisboro police report for the period of Aug. 31 to Sept. 6 is below.

Monday, Aug. 31

12:31 p.m. — Police received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle from a homeowner on Schoolhouse Road in Waccabuc. Police later spoke to the owner of the vehicle, who stated he had written permission from the resident to hunt on the property and would contact the resident to rectify the issue.

3:15 p.m. — A resident of Boulder Lane in Goldens Bridge contacted police to report that for the past two years, he has been receiving his neighbor’s mail. He asked his neighbor to correct the issue, but he continued to receive the mail. Police checked the neighbor’s driver’s license, which showed his home next door as his proper address. They also contacted Westchester County Consumer Protection to check the status of the neighbor’s home improvement license. Police were informed that the neighbor’s company license was up-to-date and registered at his current address. The complainant was informed of the findings. No further action was taken.

4:35 p.m. — A resident of Old Church Lane in South Salem contacted police to report that she found an arrow standing upright in her yard. The woman was advised that the arrow was used for target practice, not hunting. She accepted the explanation and no further action was taken.

 

Tuesday, Sept. 1

6:36 p.m. — A resident of Cross Pond Road in South Salem contacted police about her husband’s condition after he appeared confused and lethargic. She said her husband recently started a new regimen of medication and might have accidentally taken an extra dose. The man was evaluated by Westchester EMS and was transported by Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps to Northern Westchester Hospital.

10:10 p.m. — A resident of Grandview Road in South Salem contacted police when his wife started choking on food while eating in bed. On arrival by Westchester EMS, the woman was breathing fine. She was evaluated by personnel from Vista Ambulance and Westchester EMS but refused transport to the hospital for further treatment.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 2

1:52 p.m. — A resident of Rock Shelter Road in Waccabuc contacted the police to report a suspicious person on Mead Street and Rock Shelter Road, whom she said her children had seen. The same person was reported observed on a prior day going through a mailbox on Rock Shelter Road. An officer left a voicemail for the resident of Rock Shelter Road regarding the mailbox incident. The incident is pending investigation.

3:20 p.m. — An officer attempted three times to serve a ticket for an unlicensed dog to a resident of Adams Hill Road in Cross River. The next day, the officer successfully served the ticket directing the resident to appear before the town court to answer charges of an unleashed dog, and other charges relating to her dog biting a person.

6:05 p.m. — Police responded to Hunts Lane in Cross River for a report of a woman vomiting and having chills. Upon arrival, responders found her conscious and lying on the bedroom floor. Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported her to Northern Westchester Hospital.

9:15 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Gilbert Street in South Salem for a report of loud music. Upon arrival, an officer could hear music from the street. Police interviewed the homeowner, who was advised of the complaint and agreed to lower the music. When an officer drove by the residence two minutes later, loud music was heard again. Police spoke with the resident a second time and he shut off the music.

Thursday, Sept. 3

11:42 a.m. — Police received a complaint from a resident of Elmwood Road in South Salem who stated that for several months she has noticed golf balls in her yard and believes they are coming from the direction of Stonewall Court. An officer patrolled to Stonewall Court and found the residence where the balls were coming from. Police interviewed a resident from that street, who stated he does hit golf balls from his property but was unaware they were going onto another property. He agreed to stop hitting the golf balls without netting.

7:17 p.m. — While on patrol, an officer received a report of a telephone pole leaning on North Salem Road near Schoolhouse Road in Cross River. An officer observed the downed pole, which was damaged in storm two weeks earlier. New York State Electric and Gas was notified to remove the utility pole.

11:05 p.m. — Police responded to West Lane in Lewisboro for a vehicle lockout. Upon arrival, an officer used lockout tools to open the driver side door of the vehicle.

 

Friday, Sept. 4

7:45 a.m. — Police responded to a report of a man screaming and banging on a car window in an undisclosed parking lot in Goldens Bridge. Police arrived and found the man visibly upset and sitting on top of his car. The man stated he did not take his medication that day, did not want to go to the hospital or have the police call his parents. The man was placed in the back of a police car to secure him until medical assistance arrived. The man’s father came to the scene and confirmed his son’s mental state but said he has never been violent. After a discussion, police permitted the man to go home with his father, provided that he takes his medication and contact his doctor for follow-up.

 

Saturday, Sept. 5

8:40 p.m. — Police responded to the area of Truesdale Lake and Salem Lane for fireworks. An officer checked the area, but no fireworks were scene.

 

Sunday, Sept. 6

7:39 p.m. — Lewisboro Police and state police units responded to Green Way Markets in Cross River for a report of a past employee trespassing in the basement of the store. State police interviewed current employees, who reported that the past employee came in through the front door, harassed a female employee and then went into the basement. He then exited out the side basement door and witnesses reported he left in a black Cadillac. The case is pending investigation.

9:55 p.m. — Lewisboro Police and state police units were dispatched to the area of Route 35 and Mead Street for a report of a man who threatened self-harm. The man told police he had been drinking. Police also spoke with the man’s father and his psychiatrist, who reported he was depressed. The man agreed to be taken to Northern Westchester Hospital for further evaluation.

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