PELHAM, N.Y. Pelham police dealt with two domestic dispute incidents earlier this week.
The first occurred Tuesday on Second Avenue.
Police responded to a call about an argument between a stepfather and stepson concerning moving furniture. The fight escalated to the point that the stepson slammed a door into his mother and knocked her to the floor.
The woman was not injured and declined medical attention at the scene. She also did not want to press charges for the damage to the door, according to the police report.
The stepson and his sister left without incident. The victim refused to give a written statement, and police took no further action at the time.
Another incident took place Wednesday on Sixth Avenue. Police spoke with a man who said he was arguing with his ex-wife about missing property.
The man and his ex-wife legally divorced several years ago, but the man moved back in to her residence in the past few months to try to reconcile with her. He then decided to move out because the two could not get along.
The man then discovered that his passport, social security card and green card were missing, though his wife denied having the items. The woman did not speak English, which made communication with police difficult, according to the report.
Police took no further action at the time.
Contact Pelham reporter Andrew Meola at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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