HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. Hastings police used a tip from an off duty police officer to nail an alleged drunk driver on Broadway.
Glenn Davis, a 60-year-old Yonkers resident, was arrested and charged with a DWI on Feb. 3, according to Hastings police. An off duty Westchester County police officer reported a 2003 grey Hyundai was driving erratically towards Dobbs Ferry on Broadway. Police said Davis was pulled over on Broadway, failed a field sobriety test and refused a chemical test. Police said he was driving without headlights on at around 9:30 p.m. when he was arrested. Davis was also charged with failure to maintain a lane and was released on $200 bail and was due to appear in court.
Other news from the police blotter:
False Alarm - Police said a caller reported three people were outside an SUV on Broadway with flashlights and looked like they were attempting to break in on the night of Feb. 3. The three turned out to be local girls looking for lost jewelry.
Statue Stolen - A concrete owl statue, valued at $125, was stolen from out front of the clothing store Refind according to police. Police said the statue, which weighs about 40 lbs, was taken sometime overnight between Feb. 3 and Feb. 4.
Identity Theft - A 57-year-old Hastings man reported to police on Feb. 5 that he noticed two accounts had been opened over the past two years using his credit without his authorization. The two accounts had racked up a balance of $1,558. Police referred the man to the proper authorities to investigate further.
Assault at Graham School - Police said a 32-year-old male staff member at the Graham School reported being assaulted by a 17-year-old female student. Police said the staff member was spit at, punched and kicked. He sustained no injuries and did not want to press charges, but wanted to have the incident documented.
Harassment at Rainwater Grill - After a Christmas Eve altercation at the Rainwater Grill, a 38-year-old Dobbs Ferry woman was charged with harassment for hitting another woman at the bar. Police said the injuries sustained by the victim were not enough to warrant an assault charge. The Dobbs Ferry woman was released on her own recognizance and is due back in court.
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