Dec. 17: 9:40 a.m.—A caller reported the traffic light near the diner on Riverside Avenue was not working properly. The report was confirmed by an officer on patrol and the state Department of Transportation was notified.
Dec. 16: 2:47 a.m.—An officer who stopped a car for vehicle and traffic violations on Route 9 found the driver's license had been suspended for a parking violation. The driver was issued an appearance ticket, the car was towed, and driver and passenger were given a courtesy ride to the Croton-Harmon station.
4 p.m.—A caller at the ShopRite on Riverside Avenue reported their car was hit by a blue jeep that left the scene.
7:52 p.m.—A patrol on Route 9 south stopped a vehicle for violations and found that the driver's license had expired in 2004. The vehicle was impounded, a summons was issued to the driver, and the passenger was taken to the Croton-Harmon train station.
Dec. 15: 2:55 p.m.—A resident reported misplacing a brown suede wallet on Woodside Avenue near the UPS store with $25 plus IDs and credit cards inside.
Dec. 14: Residents on Thompson Avenue and Irving Avenue reported people knocking on doors; one caller said the man was trying to sell windows. Police located a Bronx man and ascertained he did not have a permit as a door-to-door salesman. He was charged with solicitation without a permit.
Dec. 13: An Emerson Avenue resident called to report a dog barking for a long time. Later that morning the resident came to police headquarters to sign a complaint. Police confirmed the report and issued summonses for barking and unlicensed dogs to a Ratner Avenue resident.