ARDSLEY, N.Y. The Fourth of July holiday came and went without any major disturbances in Ardsley, police report. Despite the large number of fireworks in the area, no firework-related injuries were reported. Neither Dobbs Ferry nor Hastings police reported injuries during the holiday.
Also from the Ardsley police blotter:
Police responded to a dispute at the Shell gas station on Saw Mill River Road on July 1 around 3 p.m., Sgt. Kevin ODonnell said. The customer prepaid $15 on a debit card and told the cashier he was at pump five, said station manager Omar Oued. When the customer went outside to pump his gas, the pump would not dispense the product. After going back into the store and talking to the cashier, the customer realized he was actually at pump six, Oued said. Another customer at pump five had already dispensed the prepaid amount and left the property. The original customer demanded the cashier give him his money back and when his request was denied, he called the police, Oued said. Police arrived and told the customer the station was not required to give his money back. No further action was taken.
Police responded to a call June 28 around 9 a.m. on Farm Road after a resident reported several logs had been moved near the carport attached to his house. ODonnell said police responded to a second call at the same location around 10 p.m. that same day after the resident reported the logs had been moved again. No suspects were found in the area.
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