WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A father and son were treated for injuries after being involved in a hit-and-run accident on Route 22 in North Castle.
Officers from the North Castle Police Department were dispatched to a stretch of Route 22 shortly before 6 p.m. on Nov. 10 following numerous reports of a motor vehicle accident involving two cars, one of which left the scene following the crash.
Police said that the second vehicle, which was described as a white sedan that suffered heavy rear end damage on the passenger’s side fled the scene on Old Orchard Street, in the direction of Harrison.
The operator of the vehicle and his son were both transported to Westchester Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries and have since been released. Police searched the area for the second driver, but the canvas returned no suspects.
Other items on the North Castle Police Department blotter from Friday, Nov. 10 through Saturday, Nov. 18 include:
- A Main Street resident reported a suspicious man who was sitting in a dark Subaru Forrester on Nov. 10. Police said the caller had been in and out of his car for more than three hours. The man was described as being in his late 20s or early 30s, wearing a black jacket with fur and jeans. Officers responded to the scene and spoke with the man who said “he was waiting for his girlfriend to get out of work.”
- Police recovered a large shopping bag of unused hypodermic needles on Nov. 14, after a local showed up at police headquarters who said they had been dropped off at the St. Stephen’s thrift shop as part of a larger donation. The needles were logged into evidence and prepared for destruction.
- A landlord reported to police later that day that she had not heard from her tenant - who owed five months of back rent - for nearly two weeks. Police investigated the claim, and a neighbor said that they had seen him several days prior and that he appeared to be in good health. The incident is under investigation.
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