Detectives are trying to figure out who broke into a car in the Town of Ossining. The theft happened on Deer Run Lane during the overnight hours. The victim says his car was parked outside his home when it was broken into. Not only was his wallet stolen, but the thief, or thieves, also tried to use one of the credit cards in his wallet. The victim found out about the attempted purchase when his credit card company called him up. So far, there are no suspects in connection with the break-in.
Below are more incidents that the Westchester County Police Department responded to in the Town of Ossining. Thanks to Westchester County Police Spokesman Kieran O'Leary for providing us with them.
Sunday, July 29 – 6:19 p.m. – Westchester County Police found a loose dog walking on White Birch Drive and returned it to its residence on Knollwood Drive. The dog owner’s said he had not realized that the dog had gotten out of his back yard.
Saturday, July 28 – 12:01 p.m. – A town resident reported to county police that her dog was attacked by another dog on May 25 at the Cedar Lane Park dog park. The complainant said she was too upset initially to report the incident but wanted to do so now.
Friday, July 27 – 2:43 p.m. – Westchester County Police responded to a car fire at Hawkes Avenue and Spring Valley Road. The Ossining Volunteer Fire Department also responded and extinguished the fire.
Thursday, July 26 8:09 a.m. – Westchester County Police responded to a residence on Hunter Lane to assist a resident who injured her back. The Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps also responded and transported the woman to Phelps Memorial Hospital Center in Sleepy Hollow.
Wednesday, July 25 – 5:32 p.m. – A resident of Somerstown Road came to the Ossining Command to report that she is being harassed with unwanted phone calls and text messages from an ex-boyfriend.
The preceding five police blotter items were written by Westchester County Police Spokesman Kieran O'Leary.