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Early-Morning Car Horn and More: Croton Police Blotter

Cars dominated the incident reports early last week.

Jan. 21: 11:18 a.m.—Callers to police headquarters reported that occupants of a car were dropping scrap metal on Grand Street. Police located the vehicle and the driver returned to pick up the scrap.

1:19 p.m.—Police issued summonses to a Naugatuck resident stopped on Route 9 southbound for speeding and driving a car with a suspended registration.

2:00 p.m.—Police assisted a Morningside Drive resident who was locked out of her car.

Jan. 22: 6:29 a.m.—An Irving Avenue resident reported a car horn had been sounding for about 20 minutes. Police on patrol checked the neighborhood, located the car and had the owner fix the problem.

11:11 a.m.—Police charged a 42-year-old Amawalk resident with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and driving a car with an expired inspection after stopping him on Route 9. He was issued two summonses and released after paying $100 bail.

5:15 p.m.—Police responded to a minor two-car accident on Maple Place. They were told by one of the drivers that she had been distracted because her baby was choking. Police called emergency medical personnel to the scene; however, no one had to be taken to the hospital.

 

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