PELHAM, N.Y. Pelham police dealt with three vehicular issues in the span of an hour and a half Friday afternoon.Officers impounded a vehicle just before noon on Friday. Shortly afterwards, officers pulled over another vehicle, whose driver could not produce a license or registration.Police discovered that the man's license had been suspended. Officers issued him four traffic summons, arrested him and released him on $200 cash bail. He is due in town court on Oct. 27 at 6:00 p.m.Finally, police took a report from a driver about a missing license plate. The driver said the plate could have been taken or misplaced at any time in the last two months. Police told the driver to also inform the Department of Motor Vehicles about the missing plate.Also on the blotter:- Police helped a woman who apparently had a stroke late Saturday night. She was conscious but had trouble speaking and partial paralysis set in on the right side of her face. Officers administered oxygen and an ambulance transported her to Sound Shore Medical Center.- A woman told police that her son in Hancock, N.Y. had lost his Gulf credit card that bore her husband's name. She received a letter from Gulf that stated her address had been changed. She never requested the change, according to the police report, and cancelled the credit card. No charges were made on the card and the woman planned to inquire about the change. She told police that she wanted to document the problem.
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