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Three-Car Ossining Accident Ends in DWI Arrest

A multi-car accident that ended with a DWI arrest tops the incidents that the Westchester County Police Dept. responded to in the Town of Ossining.

Sunday, April 22 – 11:40 a.m. – Westchester County Police found a brown Labrador along Cedar Lane that was without tags but appeared in good health. The animal was brought to the Humane Society on North State Road.

Saturday, April 21 – 6:53 p.m. – Westchester County Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife at a residence on Horseshoe Circle. The dispute was verbal in nature only.

6:33 p.m. – A resident of Hawkes Avenue called Westchester County Police to report that his neighbors were hosting a loud volleyball game in their yard and causing a disturbance to others in the neighborhood. County police officers who responded did not find an unreasonable level of noise and told the complainant that his neighbors had the right to play volleyball in their yard. The neighbors were advised of the complaint and agreed to try to limit the noise.

Friday, April 20 – 7:07 a.m. – Westchester County Police arrested Elizer Delgado, 32, of Middletown, N.Y. on charges of Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle 3rd Degree, misdemeanors, after he was involved in a three-vehicle accident on Route 9A and Stormytown Road. The accident occurred after Delgado’s vehicle was cut off by another car that was traveling northbound and made a left turn in front of him. Responding officers detected an odor of marijuana in Delgado’s vehicle and he was arrested by Officer Ellen Chadwick after he failed a field sobriety test.

Thursday, April 19 – 9:58 p.m. – A 16-year-old boy who was walking on Ryder Road became concerned that he was being followed by a man who was also walking on the road. The youth said the man never approached him or spoke to him, but he felt the man had followed him from the village of Ossining. The youth went in to the Maryknoll Sisters residence to seek assistance and the man walked on along Ryder Road. Westchester County Police responded and canvassed the area for the other pedestrian but could not locate him. Police transported the boy to his home on Pinesbridge Road and advised his mother of what had occurred.

 

 

marie April 25, 2012 at 02:36 PM
I don't think you should report on what street the youth lives.

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