PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. A Wolfs Lane home was egged sometime between 8 p.m. Tuesday and 7:30 a.m.Wednesday, said the Pelham Manor Police Department.
An officer reported to the scene at 10 a.m. Wednesday on the report of criminal mischief to the home. He noticed broken egg shells and egg yolk strewn upon the front steps to the house. No other home reported similar damage, police said.
The victim was concerned he was targeted and that the incident could be related to a prior egging, police said.
The Pelham Manor Police Department also reported:
Noise complaint: The Pelham Manor Police Department received a call Wednesday from an Esplanade resident complaining of the noise coming from a construction site in the area at 5:29 p.m. An officer was sent and reported the workers had stopped for the day.
Partial amputation: A Pelham Manor DPW worker called the Pelham Manor Police Department at 8:17 a.m. Tuesday after partially amputating one of his fingers, police said. He was driving back to the DPW garage when he made the call. The police department told the man to pull over and await EMS. The man told police on scene he was attempting to dump a broken toilet into the back of his garbage truck when he suffered a deep laceration to his right pinkie finger and a minor laceration to his left ring finger, police said. The wound was covered, elevated, and direct pressure was applied by the officer. He was transported by ambulance to Jacobi Medical Center for further medical attention.
Possible broken wrist: A man suffered an apparent compound fracture to his right wrist after trying to break his fall while slipping down the stairs of his front door at 10:56 a.m. Tuesday. His wife called the Pelham Manor Police Department and when they arrived, the victim said he slipped on the wet slate steps. The paramedics arrived and delivered first aid before the man was transported to Lawrence Hospital by ambulance.
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