DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. -- An 11-year-old boy was the victim of grand larceny in the fourth degree on June 24. The juvenile was walking through a middle school parking lot on Broadway Street and had his book bag stolen off of his shoulder by two others.
A criminal complaint was filed on June 24 when a resident on Grove Street reported a break-in. A person entered the residence through what appeared to be an unlocked basement door. Nothing was stolen, but items outside were broken and lawn furniture was displaced. The police have no suspects at this time. It would be a burglary second class which is a class C felony.
A man was charged with aggravated harassment in the second degree on June 22 when a criminal complaint was filed against him for a threatening phone call. The incident occurred on Main Street, but the complainant did not want to press charges.
A car was impounded after a traffic stop on Broadway Street on June 23. The local operator was a Hastings man who was driving with a suspended registration. A summons was issued and the man was free to go.
Another car was impounded on June 23 for similar reasons after a traffic stop. A 30-year-old man from the Bronx was stopped and was found to be operating with a suspended registration and suspended license. A summons was issued to the man and he was released at the scene.
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