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Car Doing Donuts on Grass Reported at Pelham School

PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. – A motorist was driving “on the dirt and grass at Prospect Hill School” Sunday at around 10 p.m., Pelham Manor police reported. A resident told police the driver also “was pulling the emergency brake and doing 360 turns in the street.”

Police said the car, described as possibly a white Toyota Matrix, was gone when officers arrived.

The Pelham Manor Police reported:

• A Manor Lane resident called Sunday at 12:25 a.m. “complaining of a loud party coming from the rear yard” of an Esplanade house. A police officer reported to the scene and said the situation “was corrected for the night.”

• A Carol Place resident called after seeing two youths walking down Carol Place looking into vehicles Saturday at 8 p.m. Officers were sent to the scene and reported that “everything checks out” and “the parties were sent on their way.”

• A woman suffering from a “severe headache” called the police Saturday at 9:38 p.m. Upon arrival, officers were told by the woman's daughter that her mother had a brain aneurysm and “had a terrible headache all day.” Paramedics and an ambulance arrived and took the woman to Sound Shore Medical Center.

• An Esplanade resident called Saturday at 10:15 p.m. because there was “a large group of kids making noise” in the area of Grant Avenue and Esplanade. The reporting officer settled the situation.

• A person driving in the area of Boston Post Road and Esplanade was pulled over Friday at 11:04 a.m. by a Pelham Manor officer after the plate reader read the license plate and identified a suspended registration. The suspension was confirmed and the car was impounded by Westchester Collision. The driver was not the owner of the vehicle.

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