NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. -- North Castle police were called to Main Street recently to resolve a dispute between a business owner and the driver of a construction vehicle.
The owner of a business at 418 Main St. told police that the truck was blocking parking spaces needed by customers.
Police determined that the truck belonged to construction crews working at the intersection of Main Street and Maple Avenue.
Police spoke to the crews and the vehicle was moved.
In other items on the police blotter:
- Saturday, April 16: A resident of Smith Farm Road called to complain that a neighbor’s dog would not stop barking. An officer spoke to the neighbor and the matter was marked as resolved.
- A Sarles Street resident called for help, saying she had trapped a mouse under a pail in her kitchen the night before. She told police that she was unable to contact an exterminator and was "very scared" because she was home alone. An officer went to the woman’s home and the offending rodent was either banished or dispatched.
- Sunday, April 17: Police stepped in to assist a Washington Place resident embroiled in a dispute over a car. The unidentified man told police that he had arranged to sell his neighbor his car, but the neighbor had failed to make the agreed-upon payments and he wanted it back. He sought police assistance in order to avoid any kind of confrontation with the neighbor. The matter was adjusted.
- Monday, April 18: Police were called to investigate a suspicious incident on North Broadway in White Plains around 7:30 p.m. Police had received a call from an unidentified man who reported witnessing an abduction of a young girl. The owner of the vehicle cited by the caller was interviewed by police and cleared. The hotline alert was rescinded.
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