PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. A Pelham Manor resident reported Sunday that the tires on his sons car had been slashed for the third time in the last few weeks, police said.
The Pelhamdale Avenue driver said he parked his car in the rear driveway of his house at 12:30 a.m. and when he returned to the car in the afternoon the sidewall of the right front tire had been punctured and was flat.
The son stated that a good friend had a dispute with a fellow student in school around the first time his tires were damaged, according to police. He could not think of anyone else whom he had problem with or who could be responsible, police said.
The Pelham Manor Police Department also reported:
Suspicious male: A Pelham Manor officer reported a man in dark clothing running behind a Pelham house on Pelhamdale Avenue. Pelham units were sent to assist in the Sunday search, which occurred at 1:20 a.m., but were unable find the person.
Medical attention: Pelham Manor police received a call Sunday at 1:30 p.m. after a woman felt faint and requested EMS assistance. However, while being evaluated at the scene she refused medical attention.
Skunk danger: A woman called the Pelham Manor Police on Friday at 7:28 a.m. because there was a skunk at the end of her Priory Lane driveway and she was concerned about the safety of DPW workers. A police officer was sent and reported that the animal was gone upon his arrival. DPW was notified to use caution.
Noise complaint: A Forest Road homeowner called Pelham Manor police Thursday at 12:16 a.m. because Amtrak workers were doing construction on the tracks near her residence. She said it had been going on for several hours and felt that the noise was excessive at this time of night. Two officers were sent and reported that the workers were cutting rails and would be finishing soon. The woman was advised to call the Pelham Manor Police Department if the noise persisted after the officers left.
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