DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. – Six Children's Village students charged in connection with a larceny at a local liquor store early Monday were also charged with an additional count of petty larceny each for allegedly stealing from Flowers By Carole on Main Street.
The students, two 15-year-olds, two 14-year-olds and a 13-year-old, stole a vase containing about $50 that was being collected for charity right before they targeted the liquor store, said police Sgt. Sean White.
The vase and most of the cash were recovered when the youths were apprehended after the liquor store larceny.
The following items also were reported by Dobbs Ferry police:
Drugged Driving: A White Plains woman was arrested about 12:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, after police received a call from a resident who said she heard the sound of a car crash. Police received a description of a red 2007 Toyota car and located it on Broadway near Livingston Avenue. Police said the driver was under the influence of drugs. Amy Curran, 44, failed field sobriety tests and was charged with driving while impaired by drugs, a class A misdemeanor; and leaving the scene of an accident, a violation. Curran was released on an appearance ticket.
Broken Glass: Police responded to an incident of criminal mischief that occurred between Saturday, Aug. 4, and Monday, Aug. 6, on Main Street, where a house was damaged. A window, valued at $50, and a glass panel on a door, valued at $400 were broken.
Car Break-In: Police responded to a report of larceny from a vehicle that occurred between 1:30 and 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13. A female Dobbs Ferry resident said an Android Galaxy cell phone, valued at $450, and an iPad, valued at $500, were taken from her locked car while it was parked on Main Street. Police said there were no signs of forced entry.
Harassing Emails: A 37-year-old Dobbs Ferry man reported receiving several annoying and harassing emails Tuesday, Aug. 7, from a person he knew.
Unruly Student: A 15-year-old Children’s Village student was arrested about 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, after staff reported the student was acting disorderly and threw a rock through the rear passenger-side window of a 2011 Toyota Sienna van. The student was charged with criminal mischief and is scheduled to appear in Yonkers Family Court, police said.
Sign Theft: A resident on Cricket Lane reported that a sign bearing his family’s name was stolen from his front lawn between Thursday, Aug. 9 and Monday, Aug. 13. The sign is valued at $200.