Jan. 24: 10 a.m.—A Riverside Avenue caller told police he found his gas cap on the ground near his car—and the gas tank was empty. It was one-quarter full when he parked it the night before, he said.
Jan. 25: 2:12 p.m.—Several village employees reported a burning odor in the Municipal Building. Responders determined it was caused by a malfunction in a heating unit.
2:42 p.m.—A caller from the UPS Store said a woman had left without paying for copies. Responding officers learned the customer had ordered the copies by email and, when arriving to pick them up, had said she didn't like the quality and left. Police advised the businessperson how to take the matter up in civil court.
Jan. 26: 12: 5:11 a.m.—Callers reported water pouring out of the front of Capriccio II and the former Blockbuster on Maple Street. Police turned off the main.
12:45 p.m.—Two drivers were issued tickets after a two-car accident on North Riverside Avenue. One didn't have a license and the other was driving a car that had plates belonging to a different car.
5:13 p.m.—Police searched for a man who, a caller said, had tried to steal items from a shopping cart at the A&P on the Albany Post Road. Searching for the man, who ran south, police issued a description. A taxi driver reported he had picked up a man matching that description near Scenic Drive and had taken him to the Beach Shopping Center in Peekskill.
7:46 p.m.—A caller reported two lost Rottweilers.
Jan. 27: 1:39 p.m.—A leak in the sewage line inside a house on Cleveland Drive caused waste water to come up out of the manhole on the street.