DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. A Mercy College student was arrested and charged with harassment in the second degree, a violation, after an incident with another student on March 13, police said.
A 19-year-old Mercy College student was charged with harassment in the second degree, after allegedly verbally harassing, pushing and throwing an 18-year-old female victim to the ground, according to police reports. The altercation occurred in the gym and the victim was brought to Dobbs Ferry Hospital with head and neck pain. The student who was arrested was arraigned later that day and released.
Cyber Bullying- Police said a 15-year-old Dobbs Ferry student was the victim of cyber bullying after being harassed by another 15-year-old student via text message, phone calls and on Facebook. Police are still investigating the harassment.
Tires Slashed- A 22-year-old Dobbs Ferry woman reported to police on March 15 that someone had punctured the two rear tires of her 2009 Pontiac Vibe. Police said the woman left her vehicle parked on Beacon Hill Drive between 6:30-9:45 p.m. and did not realize the damage until she had driven onto Ogden Avenue. Police are looking into the incident.
Potentially Stolen Jewelry- Nearly $2,000 in jewelry went missing as a 55-year-old Yonkers woman reported to police that she removed her jewelry for a procedure at a Dobbs Ferry doctors office and it went missing afterwards. Police said the woman had the procedure on March 9 and removed her jewelry, but did not realize she didnt have it until after she left. Among the items missing is a $150 gold chain, a $1,100 platinum a gold cross and a $600 plate gold necklace. Police are investigating the situation.
More Missing Jewelry- A 64-year-old Dobbs Ferry woman reported to police that between March 10 and March 11 a cubic zirconia pendant went missing from her spare bedroom at her Main Street home. She also told police that a box with eyeglass frames valued at $400 went missing. Police said there was no evidence of forced entry and the woman did not report any strangers being in her house recently, but they will continue to investigate the incident.
Criminal Mischief- Police said between March 17 and March 18 an unknown person threw rocks through both the driver and passenger windows of a 1983 Mac dump truck parked down at the waterfront construction site. Rocks were found inside the vehicle, which belongs to Coppola Paving, but police have not found who broke the windows.
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