PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. The Pelham Manor Police Department arrested a Marshalls customer Sunday after she allegedly stole $280 worth of merchandize from the store, police said.
When police arrived, 46-year-old Jacqueline Johnson was being detained by store security for allegedly shoplifting a $200 Oryany purse and a pair of $80 Cole Haan shoes, police said. She allegedly has stolen from other Pelham Manor stores over the past few weeks, police said.
The Bronx resident was transported to the Pelham Manor Police Station, where she was fingerprinted, photographed and charged with misdemeanor petty larceny before being released on $500 bail. She is due in town court Thursday night.
The Pelham Manor Police Department also reported:
Suspicious person: While on patrol Sunday at 1:46 a.m., a Pelham Manor police officer noticed a man walking off a residents property at the intersection of Colonial and Stellar avenues. He appeared to be carrying a camera, but after a background search revealed no warrants, he was sent on his way.
Pelham PD Car Accident: The Pelham Manor Police Department was called to the scene of a motor vehicle accident at 5:15 p.m. Sunday that involved a Pelham Police Department patrol car. The accident occurred when a man driving a black 1995 Honda Civic del Sol got distracted while changing the radio station and crashed into the parked 2010 Ford Crown Victoria patrol car, police said.
The man was driving westbound on Boston Post Road and hit the left rear of the patrol car, police said. The officer had complaints of back and neck pain, which the paramedics tended to, and he was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center. The driver who caused the accident was issued several summonses at the scene, police said.
Loud Party: The Pelham Manor Police Department received a call at 10:58 p.m. Friday from a Wynnewood Road resident who complained of a loud party, police said. All units were dispatched and a sergeant reported the party was shut down.
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