ARMONK, N.Y. -- A vehicle made contact with overhead electric wires on Hadley Road and Sterling Road South on Feb. 9 and caused $3,000 in damage, according to Con Edison.
The police reported a truck had struck the wires and also caused damage to five stages of stockade fence, a utility pole with its meter pan and an electric rise.
The road was closed and Con Ed and the Byram Hills transportation garage were notified. Con Ed estimated the repair would take one hour.
In other police blotter news
- A woman from North White Plains who worked for a Hawthorne law firm made comments to a co-worker that she was going home to kill herself after she lost her job. She also said at an earlier date that she would have killed herself if she hadn't gotten the job.
An officer visited the womans home and she said she was upset about losing her job but she never intended to hurt herself.
- On Feb. 9, a North White Plains caller who had been involved in a dispute with a customer in a store said the woman had returned to the store. The caller refused to provide money to the customer when she was short and the customer called her names and began shouting at her. After the caller told her she could come back to the store when the woman was off duty, she did, prompting her call. When the police arrived the customer had left the building.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.