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GPS Stolen from Pelham Resident's Car

PELHAM, N.Y. - Pelham police responded to Second Street on Sunday at 11:05 a.m. on the report of larceny. The incident occurred between Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 11:05 a.m. A Garmin GPS was stolen from the victim's 2011 black Honda Pilot. There was nothing missing from her 2008 gray Subaru Impreza. There was no forced entry on either car and the victim stated that she may have left the doors open.

Also on the blotter:

-A man walked into the Pelham Police headquarters on Thursday at 3 p.m. to report $16,000 worth of lost jewelry. The victim stated that after doing business with La Gravinese Jewelers and leaving the area on December 16, he observed the front zipper of his waist pack was open and the jewelry he had bought was missing. He went back to that area, but could not find the items. He was missing emerald earrings, a diamond necklace, a sapphire bracelet, and a tanzanite bracelet.

-A male victim of larceny walked into Pelham Police Headquarters on Sunday at 8:50 a.m. to report $20 worth of missing Mega-Millions lottery tickets. The incident occurred between Saturday at 11 p.m. and Sunday at 8:50 a.m. on First Avenue. Both the 2011 black Mitsubishi Outlander and 2001 green Dodge Ram were broken into. The lottery tickets were taken from the Dodge Ram, while there was nothing observed missing from Mitsubishi Outlander. There was no forced entry on either vehicle. The victim said that he may have left the vehicle unlocked, according to police. A pair of black gloves were found near the Mitsubishi and taken into evidence.

-Police reported to Sixth Avenue on Sunday at 11:55 a.m. on the report of a male who had fainted. When the officers arrived, they spoke to the victim, who stated he lost consciousness for a moment and fell, according to police. The Pelham Fire Department and Pelham Paramedics responded as well. He was transported by ambulance to Lawrence Hospital.

-Pelham police responded to the Public House on Monday at 12:38 a.m. because of an unwanted party. Upon arrival, a cop observed several people on the sidewalk in front of the bar holding the suspect. He was being belligerent, yelling at an off-duty Pelham police officer, and attempting to free himself from the people's grasp.

The cop spoke to the bartender and he said that the suspect had been sitting at the bar. He began yelling and screaming obscenities at the bartender. He was then told to leave and he responded by yelling more and becoming more belligerent. An off-duty Pelham police officer identified himself as a cop and told the suspect that he must leave the bar. The supect continued to yell and scream, and attemped to grab the off-duty officer, but was held back by another person. The off-duty officer then forcibly removed the suspect from the bar.

While the responding officers conducted interviews with the witnesses, the suspect continued to act belligerently. He was advised numerous times that he must calm down or he would be placed under arrest. An officer advised the suspect that he was under arrest and he was ordered to place his hands behind his back. He refused to comply and when a cop attempted to forcibly place his hands behind his back, the suspect pulled his arms away and held them straightened while continuing to yell obscenities.

The suspect was then forcibly placed in handcuffs, searched, and transported to Pelham Police headquarters. He was searched further at headquarters and placed in a cell. During the search, police found a small green pill which had been broken into two halves. One side of the pill had an "M" written on it while the other side had a "C14." He stated that it was prescribed medication, but could not produce a prescription. It was placed in an evidence bag. A booking sheet was completed by one of the cops and a criminal history check returned back negative results. The suspect was issued an appearance ticket and ordered to return on January 5 for processing and arraignment.

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