NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. -- A female resident on North Broadway called North Castle police on Saturday to report that her roommate was being loud and unruly.
Officers responded to the home about 10 p.m. and spoke with the roommate, who said he would leave the residence for the night.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, officers responded to a home on North Broadway about 7 a.m. when a woman reported that her roommate came home highly intoxicated and was yelling vulgarities at her and had grabbed her and threatened her with a knife.
The woman ran out of the house until officers could arrive. Officers responded and handled the matter.
Also on Sunday, a resident called to report to police that a black bear had destroyed her destroyed her bird feeder during the night and that no one was injured during this incident. She said she just wanted police to be aware of the incident.
Officers assisted another resident on Tuesday when she called to report that a person who used to work in her horse stables for someone who was renting one, was doing laundry on her property and was not wanted there.
The man was asked to leave the area by police and told not to return.
Also on Tuesday, numerous drivers called to report that a tree was down Bedford Banksville Road. Police responded and confirmed a tree had fallen across the road.
Arrangements were made to have the tree removed.
On Tuesday night, a woman walked into headquarters to file a report regarding an individual who has continued to send unwanted text messages and voicemails since 2013. While the messages are not threatening in nature, the complainant has asked that they stop and would like to pursue charges if any laws have been broken.
On Wednesday, an employee at BOCES reported a fight involving multiple students outside the building at the BOCES campus. All units responded. Participants had left by the time officers arrived.
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