ARMONK, N.Y. -- North Castle police were recently called to assist in a home invasion case where the culprit was described, not as a ski mask-wearing thug, but as having beady eyes and a bushy tail.
A resident the hamlet of North White Plains sought help Tuesday after a squirrel got into her home on General Heath Avenue.
Police responded, but by the time they got to the house, the cavalry had arrived in the form of a local pest control company. Presumably, the furry intruder was promptly dispatched, or at least relocated.
Other police blotter items were:
- Saturday, Jan. 9: A resident of Hopkins Lane called police to complain that she was having an issue with her ex-husband.
- Sunday, Jan. 10: A resident of Hillandale Avenue reported that her mailbox had been knocked over. The responding officer determined that there was no physical damage to the mailbox.
- Monday, Jan. 11: A resident of Annadale Street called police to report that a suspicious vehicle was parked in the driveway of a vacant cottage across the street from her home with its lights off.
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