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A complainant on Hack Green Road informed police on Tuesday, Sept. 1, that they had been receiving numerous calls from an unfamiliar number. The police called the number, which stated it was out of service. Police warned the complainant to be alert to phishing scams. Here's what else happened in the Pound Ridge police blotter from Tuesday, Aug. 25 through Monday, Sept. 7. 

Tuesday, Aug. 25

10:05 a.m. — Police were called to Doe View Lane for a tree blocking the roadway. Once on scene, an officer spoke with two residents, who were able to remove the blockage and open one lane. The Highway Department was notified and assisted.

10:35 a.m. — Officers were dispatched to Eastwoods Road for a report of a leaning utility pole, which was creating a hazard. New York State Electric and Gas responded to the scene, but said the pole was not theirs. Verizon was notified and responded to make repairs.

Wednesday, Aug. 26

9:45 a.m. —Police were called for an aided case involving a female, 75, having seizures. The patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps with Westchester EMS on board.

Thursday, Aug. 27

5:30 p.m. — A tree caught on electrical wires was reported on Parkview Road. The Pound Ridge Fire Department notified New York State Electric and Gas to clear the problem.

5:40 p.m. — Downed utility wires brought police to Trinity Pass Road, where the Pound Ridge Fire Department was on the scene. New York State Electric and Gas was notified for repairs.

5:45 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Cross Pond Road to address wires down in the roadway. The Pound Ridge Fire Department was on scene and notified New York State Electric and Gas. 

8:30 p.m. — Police received a call advising them of a large branch blocking Highview Road. An officer went to the scene and removed the branch. 

Friday, Aug. 28

4:20 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Upper Shad Road for a report of wires down. The responding officers notified Verizon. 

8:40 p.m. — A two-vehicle accident occurred on Trinity Pass Road, resulting in both cars being towed. One driver was treated on scene by the Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

Saturday, Aug. 29

3:00 a.m. — Police received a call reporting a suspicious vehicle on Fox Run Road. An officer patrolled to the area and spoke with the complainant, who said the vehicle had driven off. A report was made.

10:50 a.m. — Police responded to an aided case with a male, 73, who had injuries from a fall on his driveway. The subject’s bleeding was controlled, and he was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

11:27 p.m. — Police responded to a noise complaint on Salem Road. Officers spoke with the complainant, who said they heard gunshots. A search of the area did not yield any results. 

Sunday, Aug. 30

8:24 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Old Church Lane for a report of a pack of coyotes and a woman screaming. Officers patrolled to the area but found nothing unusual. 

9:45 p.m. — A complainant left police a message regarding a suspicious male who came to their residence on London Road asking questions that seemed to involve the census. The area was checked, but the individual was gone. Census takers are visiting homes that have not responded yet to the survey. It was unclear if the subject had produced valid identification.

Monday, Aug. 31

9:00 a.m. — Police were called to Old Logging Road for a report of a loose dog. The area was checked, but the animal was not found.

Tuesday, Sept. 1

8:40 a.m. — A complainant on Kitchawan Road reported a suspicious vehicle. Police patrolled to the area, spoke with the resident, and took a report of the incident. The vehicle was not found.

4:45 p.m. —Police were called for an aided case involving a female,  59, complaining of abdominal pain and other symptoms. The patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps with Westchester EMS onboard.

9:30 p.m. — Police were called for an aided case with a female, 57, complaining of chest pain. The patient was transported by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps to Stamford Hospital.

9:35 p.m. — Police responded to a call for a male, 82, who had fallen and was unable to get up. The subject was helped up and evaluated by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps and declined to be transported to the hospital.

Wednesday, Sept. 2

12:30 p.m. — Police were called for an aided case involving a female, 70, complaining of dizziness. Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported the patient to Northern Westchester Hospital.

2:45 p.m. — Two vehicles were involved in an accident on Siscowit Road. No tow was required, and no injuries were reported.

Thursday, Sept. 3

7:25 a.m. — Police were dispatched to Old Stone Hill Road for a tree blocking the roadway. The Highway Department was notified and removed the obstruction.

4:15 p.m. — Responding to a call for a loose dog, police patrolled to Salem Road. The animal was located and returned to its owner. 

Friday, Sept. 4

12:45 p.m. — Police were called for a female, 53,  who was threatening self-harm. The patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps for treatment. 

Saturday, Sept. 5

4:17 p.m. — Police, EMS and the Pound Ridge Fire Department responded to an accident with injuries involving two vehicles on Stone Hill Road at the intersection of Routes 124 and 137. One patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the other patient was transported to Stamford Hospital with Westchester Advanced Life Support on board. Both cars were towed. 

9:15 p.m. — A driver was in an accident on High Ridge Road, resulting in the car being towed. No injuries were sustained.  

Sunday, Sept. 6

5:30 p.m. — A single-vehicle accident took place on Trinity Pass Road. The car did not have to be towed and no injuries were reported.

Monday, Sept. 7

1:30 a.m. — While on patrol, an officer observed a tree partially blocking Long Ridge Road. The officer removed the obstruction to allow for safe passage.

7:15 a.m. — Police were called for an aided case involving a female, 90, who had fallen and suffered cuts to her head and arm. The patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

9:15 a.m. — A noise complaint involving work done at a residence brought police to Winterbottom Lane. Police explained the town noise ordinance, which prohibits commercial activity on a holiday. The work stopped and the matter was resolved.  

10:15 a.m. — Police were dispatched to Parkview Road for a report of a mountain lion on the complainant’s property. Officers patrolled to the area, but the animal was gone. The complainant showed officers a picture, which appeared to show a large bobcat.

1:45 p.m. — Police were called to assist with a 14-month-old baby, who reportedly had turned red and was acting lethargic after being in a cold pool. Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps and Westchester EMS evaluated the patient, who appeared to be healthy and looked normal. The parents declined to have the patient transported to the hospital.

4:30 p.m. — Police responded to a report of a tree blocking Kitchawan Road. The Highway Department was notified and removed it. 

5:05 p.m. — A complainant on Sarles Road reported seeing a suspicious person walk onto their property. A responding officer determined the subject was a delivery man making a delivery at the neighbor’s house, and no further action was taken. 

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