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On Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 10:56 a.m., police were dispatched to Waccabuc Road in Goldens Bridge for a trespass complaint. The resident stated her family moved to their current residence approximately one year ago, and have had issues with their neighbor since moving in.

The woman told police her neighbor asked them to take down trees on the property line, but they did not want to take down the trees. The neighbor has been damaging the trees since, and the woman was told by another neighbor that the neighbor plans on getting the trees to fall on his property with the intention of suing her.

The woman stated she would like a report on file but asked that police do not interview her neighbor in case it escalates the situation.

Below is the remainder of the Lewisboro Police Report from the period of Sept. 28 to Oct. 4.

Monday, Sept. 28

1:11 p.m. — Police aided at Four Winds Hospital in Cross River with a female who sustained an injury to her left ankle. She was transported by Westchester EMS to Northern Westchester Hospital.

5:50 p.m. — A resident went into Lewisboro police headquarters to report that she lost her driver’s license Sept. 23. Police advised the resident on how to obtain a new license.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

2:55 p.m. — A landscape designer for Pound Ridge Nursery & Garden Center was supervising workers doing landscaping on Tarry-A-Bit in Waccabuc when a tree fell down and knocked a primary wire onto one of the Pound Ridge Nursery trucks. The landscaper contacted police and South Salem Fire Department responded. The road was closed, and New York State Electric & Gas was notified.

4:30 p.m. — An undisclosed caller contacted police for a welfare check on her 11-year-old son, who is a patient at Four Winds Hospital. She told police her son calls her on Tuesday and Thursday. The hospital arranged for the son to call his mother.

 

Thursday, Oct. 1

7 a.m. — An oil spill was found along the entire length of Bouton Road from Main Street to Route 35 in South Salem. The Lewisboro Highway Department and South Salem Fire Department were contacted. The SSFD Chief was in contact with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the incident was turned over to NYS DEC.

10:08 a.m. — Police responded to Todd Road in Katonah to aid a man who suffered a possible stroke. He was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

10:56 a.m. — Police were dispatched to Waccabuc Road in Goldens Bridge for a trespass complaint. The resident stated her family moved to their current residence approximately one year ago, and have had issues with their neighbor since moving in. The woman told police her neighbor asked them to take down trees on the property line, but they did not want to take down the trees. The neighbor has been damaging the trees since, and the woman was told by another neighbor that the neighbor plans on getting the trees to fall on his property with the intention of suing her. The woman stated she would like a report on file but asked that police do not interview her neighbor in case it escalates the situation.

12:04 p.m. — Police responded to a report of a tree blocking the roadway of Benedict Road at Post Office Road in South Salem. A dead tree fell and blocked most of the roadway, so the Highway Department was contacted. The tree was cleared when the Highway Department arrived.

3 p.m. — Police responded to an undisclosed location in South Salem. Dispatch reported that the 911 call they received hung up, and male voices screaming could be heard in the background. When dispatch called back, a man with “abusive vulgar language,” according to the police report, answered and then hung up. Police arrived at the residence and heard no noise, and repeatedly knocked on the front sliding glass door with no response. As a well-being check, police entered the residence through an unlocked basement and found two residents. Both parties were using their cellphones to video the police officers as they checked the residence for injured people. Another officer heard a man yelling from inside the residence as they approached the front sliding door, and a man threatened to release his dog. Police prevented the man from releasing his dog and advised the residents that they were there to help and would leave if no one was injured. Police walked with the man into the driveway where he stated he called the police after losing at basketball to his brother, resulting in an argument. He told police he could hear the knocking and calling out but didn’t answer.

3:48 p.m. — Police were contacted by the Lewisboro senior adult director who was contacted by a resident of Truesdale Lake in South Salem in need of a lift assist. Police responded, and with assistance from South Salem Fire Department and Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps they were able to help the resident off the floor and back into his bed. The resident was assessed by LVAC and he refused medical assistance.

 

Friday, Oct. 2

12:45 p.m. — Police responded to Old Church Lane in Pound Ridge for a child who suffered from a possible seizure. The Pound Ridge Police Department and Vista Ambulance were on scene when Lewisboro Police arrived. The child was in the ambulance and being treated.

7:30 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Waccabuc Road near Arbor Hills in Goldens Bridge for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police checked the entire length of the road and could not locate the vehicle.

 

Saturday, Oct. 3

12:25 p.m. — Police responded to an undisclosed location in South Salem for a property dispute. Upon arrival, police spoke with the resident who stated that on Sept. 30, his live-in girlfriend moved out, but today, he found her at the residence in contrast with their agreement. He stated they are both on the lease and that they have shared the residence for over five years. The girlfriend stated she moved out of the residence but returned because her son is enrolled in  a program offered by the Katonah-Lewisboro School District, and she didn’t want to disrupt him. Both parties agreed the son would stay at the residence, and the girlfriend would leave but be allowed to freely visit.

1:35 p.m. — A resident contacted police when he found a telephone while traveling on Bouton Road in South Salem. An officer dialed 911 on the cellphone and was advised of the corresponding telephone number. Police contacted Verizon, who stated that they will attempt to make contact with the subscriber. At approximately 6:05 p.m., a man arrived at the station asking if anyone turned in a cellphone. The man stated he put his phone on the roof of his car before leaving this morning and forgot to remove it before driving. An officer verified the phone was his and returned it to him.

7:55 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Route 123 and Route 35 to assist Ridgefield Police with a welfare check. Upon arrival, a Ridgefield police officer advised Lewisboro Police that they received a call about someone who wanted to commit suicide. An unknown male caller called Ridgefield PD from a blocked number, stated he had a gun and a note in his pocket and said he will kill himself near a body of water near Route 123 and Route 35. Police searched the area with negative results. Ridgefield Police said they will add officers to cover the area and increase patrols during the night.

8:39 p.m. — A resident of Route 35 in South Salem called police when he noticed a suspicious person waiting in the lot at the Mobil Station on Bouton Road. Upon arrival, police found a man who was standing around and looked disheveled. He stated that a friend dropped him off there while the friend met up with his girlfriend. The man was trying to call his friend but had no signal. Police attempted to contact the friend but received no answer. The man was informed he could no longer wait at the Mobil Station.

10:25 p.m. — Police were dispatched for an undisclosed location in South Salem to assist a male, 65, who was having difficulty breathing after ingesting marijuana. Upon arrival, Vista Ambulance members were on location and taking care of the man. He stated he ate a marijuana edible and was then having difficulty breathing. The man did not appear to be in distress, and he refused additional medical assistance.

 

Sunday, Oct. 4

8:10 a.m. — While on patrol in Orchard Square in Cross River, a resident told police that a person gave him a license plate they found in the Lake Truesdale area with a Vista Fire Department plate. An officer checked the registration, and found the plate belonged to a member of Vista FD. Police advised the man the plate was found, and the member of Vista FD said he would stop at the station to pick it up.

11:20 a.m. — Police and Vista Ambulance were dispatched to Smith Ridge Road in South Salem for a lift assist. Upon arrival, Vista Ambulance members already moved the resident from the bed to the wheelchair. A woman stated the resident’s aide did not show up this weekend and the service stated they did not have a replacement.

Police and the Vista Fire Department were called back to the residence at 1:55 p.m. when the resident suffered injuries from a fall. The resident stated he fell out of his wheelchair onto the kitchen floor and that he was not injured and did not want to be transported. A woman stated an aide was supposed to be at the house at 3 p.m.

12:25 p.m. — Police responded to a car accident on Spring Street at the intersection of Old Post Road in South Salem. There were no injuries reported and both vehicles had minor damage. One driver was turning onto Old Post Road when they stopped due to traffic. The second driver was behind the first vehicle, and when it stopped, rear-ended the car. Both drivers agreed to hold off on a motor vehicle accident report, and only wanted an incident report.

12:52 p.m. — Police were dispatched for a noise complaint on Lambert Ridge Road in Cross River. An officer arrived and spoke to the caller who stated she can hear two chainsaws in the direction of The Meadows or the John Jay campus. The officer could hear them while they were cutting and then the sound would stop. Police advised the resident they would check the area but noted that if the person is a property owner, they are allowed to use equipment on Sundays. Police checked the area with negative results.

9:08 p.m. — Police were called when a resident passed out at Bacio restaurant in Cross River. The man was conscious and alert when police arrived. He was evaluated by the Westchester Paramedic and Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps members, but the man refused to go to the hospital.

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