PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. The Pelham Manor Police Department charged a Mount Vernon man with driving with a suspended license and suspended registration on Tuesday at 9:34 p.m., police said.
Harold Manning, 62, of 38 Mersereau Ave., was pulled over when a license plate reader indicated he was driving with a suspended/revoked registration on Boston Post Road at the Hutchinson River Parkway northbound ramp, police said.
After sending the plate number to headquarters, the officer was told that Manning had been notified of his suspended registration for parking violations five times within the past 12 months, police said.
A further investigation revealed that Manning's license had been suspended as well, police said. The suspect was taken into custody and his 2007 Toyota Camry impounded.
Manning also had a warrant out of New York City for "three scoffs on three dates, police said, which was confirmed by the NYPD.
He was taken to police headquarters and charged with driving with a suspended license and registration, both misdemeanors. He posted bail of $250.
The Pelham Manor Police Department also reported:
- An elderly male pressed his Life Alert button after falling in the bathroom of his Boston Post Road apartment complex at 5 a.m. Tuesday. The Pelham Manor Police Department was notified and told that his neighbor was on the scene, but unable to lift him. A Pelham Manor officer who arrived at the apartment reported that the man was complaining of pain to his ribs. He was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center for further evaluation.
- Two Pelham Manor police officers were dispatched to an Esplanade home for a man who was having a seizure, police said. When they arrived, the victim was breathing and awake and he was transported by ambulance to Sound Shore Medical Center for further evaluation.
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