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Pelham Police Deal With Suspicious Male

PELHAM, N.Y. – A white male in his 20s was going door to door on Third Avenue Monday, April 2 asking for money because he was locked out, the Pelham Police Department said.

A male resident called the police department after the white male knocked on his door at 4:41 p.m. asking for cash because he needed it for the locksmith. He was wearing a black and yellow jacket plus a baseball hat, police said. He was last seen walking northbound on Third Avenue and the dispatched police units were able to send him on his way.

Also on the blotter:

Hurt Knee: A woman called the Pelham Police Department after she had fallen down two stairs inside a Fifth Avenue business and injured her left knee on Friday at 2:41 p.m. The Pelham Fire Department, paramedics and an ambulance showed up on scene and the woman was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center, police said.

Reckless Driving: A female resident of Pelham called the police department to report a reckless driver on Wednesday at 8:35 a.m. She said that the teenager was driving a gold Mercedes Benz on Corona between Boulevard and Colonial Avenue. The teen backed unsafely into a driveway and then sped off out of the driveway westbound on Colonial, police said. An officer was dispatched to the scene, but the car was gone on arrival.

Suspicious Activity: A pedestrian called the Pelham Police Department on Wednesday at 9:16 a.m. to report a black male sleeping in the grassy area of the Fifth Avenue and Harmon Place gazebo. Units were dispatched and the person was sent on his way.

Difficulty Breathing: A woman was having trouble breathing on Wednesday at 9:58 a.m. and called the police. An officer administered oxygen on scene and she was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center, police said.

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