DOBBS FERRY-- Rosario Macri, a 48-year-old Hastings resident, was arrested for criminal contempt in the first degree last week. Police said Macri had an order of protection against him by a 48-year-old woman of Dobbs Ferry. Macri violated that order on July 22 when police said he called the women 39 times in four hours. Macri was charged and remanded to county jail. He is due in court July 28.
Between July 22 at 9 a.m. and July 23 at 11 a.m., the Walden Wood pool was damaged by someone throwing items into it, according to police. Police said patio furniture, umbrellas, plants, garbage pails and a lifeguard chair were thrown into the pool. Police said there were also diapers in the trash bin that was tossed in the pool so the entire pool needed to be drained. The investigation is ongoing.
A 28-year-old Dobbs Ferry resident reported a case of fraud on July 21. Police said someone had withdrawn $1,000 from the alleged victim's ATM account. Police said the victim was at Stop & Shop and his card was declined. Police said his bank called him said and told him of the charges and instructed him to call the fraud department. He notified Dobbs Ferry police and the investigation is ongoing.
Two letters were allegedly stolen off the side of the Dobbs Ferry Public Library, police said. The two letters were reported missing on July 19 and are valued at a total of $100, according to police.
An investigation by the Greenburgh Drugs and Alcohol Task Force led to the arrest of a group of males on July 19. Suspicious activity was reported on Bradley Street around 1:30 p.m. A 14-year-old juvenile, a 16-year-old resident of Dobbs Ferry and a 17-year-old resident of Dobbs Ferry were all arrested for criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree.
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