ARMONK, N.Y. A caller on Half Mile Road in Armonk reported on March 26 that a neighbor was involved in a dispute with the complainants landscaper regarding leaf removal and brandished a shotgun. The neighbor returned and apologized for the incident, and North Castle police determined that no criminal act was committed.
In other blotter news, a business owner in North White Plains reported on March 29 that a man was soliciting cash from customers. The man expressed interest in purchasing a motorcycle but didnt have enough money. He was asked by the police to leave; police reported that after the man left the business, he accosted customers at the gas pumps. The complainant reported that he did not want the man on his property.
A Stop and Shop manager from North White Plains reported on March 29 that a female shopper said she was being followed in the store by an unidentified male. She remained in the store but was nervous the man would be waiting for her when she left. When police arrived, they couldnt locate the man and escorted the woman to her vehicle; she left the scene without further incident.
On March 30, a complainant on Green Valley Road in Armonk reported hearing a shotgun in the rear of his residence and finding an injured deer in his backyard. Police found hunters at a nearby house in Connecticut. They notified the Greenwich Police Department.
A caller reported mailboxes smashed on Nethermont Avenue in North White Plains. The caller saw a driver smashing a mailbox on the street on April 1. The officer who responded noticed that 10 or more mailboxes on the street had been knocked over or damaged, but the suspect had left the scene before the officer arrived.
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