PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. - Police responded to Fairway Supermarket on Monday at 4:20 p.m. on the report of a woman trying to use a counterfeit $100 bill. Once police arrived, they were told by Fairway security that the suspect attempted to use the fake $100 bill to purchase goods. The Fairway employee also stated that the suspect told her she was given the $100 bill as a gift from her cousin. The bill was confiscated and her information had been taken down by Fairway security.
Also on the blotter:
-A woman called police from Boston Post Road on Tuesday at 1:38 p.m. because she was locked out of her car. An officer responded and gained entry into the woman's car for her.
-A Pelham Manor officer responded to Omni Sports and Fitness on Tuesday at 2:36 p.m. on the report of larceny. The victim's Northface winter jacket, a silver ring, and a $20 bill were stolen from his unsecured locker while he was working out. He had no explanation for the leaving the locker unlocked. When he returned to get the items at 1:30 p.m., they were gone. He also had no explanation for the more than hour delay in which he failed to call the police.
-While on patrol, two officers received a report of a woman who had fainted at BJ's Wholesale Club on Pelham Parkway. They responded to the Monday call at 12:55 p.m. and found the woman sitting in a chair by the registers. They spoke with the victim who stated that she had been shopping with her daughter, but then felt "dizzy" and "faint." Oxygen was administered by the two officers and the paramedics arrived to check her vitals. Once the ambulance arrived, she was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center for further treatment and observation.
-Pelham Manor police received a 911 call on Saturday at 4:18 p.m. for a party who was bleeding from his head and needed medical attention. Upon arrival at the Plymouth Street resident's home, the police spoke with the victim who stated that he had a biopsy done in the bleeding area of his scalp within the last week. He believes that the incision reopened. Police rendered assistance until the paramedics and ambulance arrived. He was taken by ambulance to the Sound Shore Medical Center.
-Pelham Manor police received a 911 call, on Saturday at 10:45 p.m., from a woman who was injured in a domestic dispute with her husband. When police arrived to the Peace Street home, the suspect initially did not answer the door. He eventually opened the door and appeared to be intoxicated and he was belligerent towards officers. He refused to answer any questions and was then handcuffed to ensure the safety of everyone at the residence.
The victim was found upstairs on the floor of the master bedroom. She stated that her husband had been involved in a heated dispute with her brother earlier that night at another location. When he returned home, the suspect was still angry, and started to argue with his wife. He shoved her into an armoire and she felt a cracking in her back. She was unable to move her legs and had no sensation in her legs, feet, and toes. She had just had back surgery in November, which her husband knew of. The victim had three pins inserted into her spine.
Her husband was placed under arrest and transported to the Pelham Manor police station while his wife was taken by ambulance to Sound Shore Medical Center. The suspect's sister was told of the situation and came over to the house to watch the couple's son.
The suspect was processed and held for arraingment once he arrived at police headquarters. The victim was to be transported to Westchester Medical Center for extensive testing and it was unknown at the time the extent of her injuries. She was unable to complete a written statement due to her physical condition.
Pelham Manor Police took possession of 10 guns from the suspect on Sunday at 10 a.m. He was released on $250 bail and escorted to his house by an officer where he removed all necessary personal items.
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