PELHAM, N.Y. - Police were called to Franklin Place on Wednesday to investigate the report of a stolen bike. The bike was taken between 7:50 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. while the victim was inside Pelham Middle School.
When the officer arrived at the scene, he spoke to the victim, and was told that the bike had been locked to a bike-holder. When the victim returned, he noticed that the lock was cut and the bike was no longer there.
The officer searched the area, but the bike was not recovered. The case has been referred to the Pelham Detective Division.
Also on the blotter:
-Police responded to 52 Seventh Street on Wednesday at 2:26 after a woman called 911 and stated that she was having trouble breathing. Oxygen was administered by the fire department and the woman was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center for further care.
-On Wednesday, police reported to a two-car motor vehicle accident on Colonial Avenue. There were no injuries as a result of the 1:47 p.m. accident.
-Police were dispatched to Clifford Avenue on Wednesday at 8:08 on a report of a domestic dispute. The responding officer spoke with a woman who stated that she was dropping her children off at the location and that her husband came out of the house with either his cell phone or another recording device and was taping her. There was no physical contact or verbal threats, according to police. Her husband stated that he always has a cell phone on him and was not recording anything. No further action was taken by police.
-A man walked into Pelham police headquarters on Wednesday at 7:53 a.m. because he had lost his village parking permit. The man told the officer the numbers of his parking permit and lot. The parking permit was lost over the weekend. He requested that the situation be documented so that he could he receive another parking permit from the village.
-On Wednesday at 11:17 a.m., police went over to Lincoln Avenue because of a complaint that a jogger was a road hazard. After a brief conversation with the jogger the problem was resolved.
-Police responded to First Avenue on Thursday at 10:39 p.m. after a call of a car blocking a driveway. The problem was fixed by the reporting officers.
-On Thursday at 1:18 p.m., police were notified of a suspicious car on Eighth Street. Units were dispatched and the vehicle was sent away after an investigation.
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