ARMONK, N.Y. -- North Castle police were called to a moving and storage facility on Virginia Road on Monday afternoon to investigate a report about a disorderly customer.
Police were asked to escort the man off the property.
Two days later, police got another call from the same location about another “loud and disruptive” customer.
The responding officer reported that the situation was under control and was a “civil matter.”
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Election Day, police looked into a complaint about an apparently abandoned car parked in the Stop and Shop lot on North Broadway.
An employee of a laundromat at the center said that the green Lincoln Town Car’s windshield was smashed and its inspection sticker was expired, police said.
The responding officer told the complainant that, since the parking lot was a private one, the center’s owner would be responsible for calling a towing company to come take the car away.
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