Ossining resident Thomas Walker faces a number of charges after police found him in an apartment with an ice pick. Here is the report from the Village of Ossining Police Department.
On May 6 at around 9:00 PM were dispatched to a reported altercation at 27 Broad Avenue. Upon their arrival Officers observed Thomas Walker standing at the top of stairs leading to 27 Broad Avenue. Earlier that evening Mr. Walker had been in a verbal dispute with a resident of 27 Broad Avenue and had reportedly threatened the resident not to go home because he (Walker) would be waiting for him. Officers observed Mr. Walker holding an ice pick in his left hand. Officers ordered Mr. Walker to put the ice pick down. Mr. Walker dropped the ice pick then started down the stairs. Changing his mind Mr. Walker turned around, walked back up the stairs and picked up the ice pick. Officers took possession of Mr. Walker and the ice pick after a brief struggle. Mr. Walker continued to resist efforts to place him in custody, but officers were able to gain control of Mr. Walker and place him under arrest. Officers then learned that Mr. Walker had attacked the resident at 27 Broad Avenue, punching him and causing him to fall down a flight of stairs. The fight continued until the police were called. Mr. Thomas Walker, age 50, of Lafayette Avenue in Ossining, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, resisting arrest and criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, a class D Felony.
The following report was produced by Village of Ossining Lt. Michael McElroy.