NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. -- An attempted burglary of a Round Hill Road home is among the recent incidents reported by the North Castle Police Department.
On Oct. 5, at 2:03:39 p.m., police received a call from a man reporting that he just interrupted a male breaking into his mother's Round Hill Road house. Police Officer Mazzucca, Sgt. Sammann and Lt. Harisch responded. Party reported the man fled in a vehicle in an unknown direction upon being confronted by the homeowner's son. Party also stated this may be connected to a dispute he is having with his bank.
Here are other incidents reported in the past week:
- Oct. 3, 1:46:09 p.m. Caller from 18 Freedom Road Caller reported some of his son's friends were at his residence last night and threw eggs inside his house. Police Officer Gurgitano responded and reports speaking with the homeowner. Matters adjusted.
- Oct. 4, 12:51:09 a.m. Banksville Avenue caller reports a loud party playing music with people shouting in the backyard at the listed location. Police Officer Horesky and Sgt. McCormack responded and reports area was quiet. McCormack reports he and Horesky made contact with a resident at the location and advised him of the noise complaint.
- Oct. 5, 11:46:55 a.m.Wrights Mill Road complainant reports that about a half-hour earlier a party came to his door asking where the gas line was and stating he worked for Con Edison. Complainant observed a different company name on the side of the truck, and he called Con Ed, which told him that the company in question is a subcontractor. Complainant still feels this is suspicious as Con Ed told him they were not aware of any work in the area and wanted this department to be aware of the incident. He was told that patrols would be notified, but that in the future if he observes something suspicious, he should contact this department right away so that police can make contact with the party in question. Report being made as a matter of record at this time at the request of the complainant.
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