PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. Pelham Manor police officers responded to Edos Japanese Steakhouse on March 6 at 6:07 p.m. after a report of alarming phone calls received by the restaurant manager. Upon police arrival, the manager said that he received numerous alarming phone calls on or around Feb. 25. He was not sure of the exact datet
Police said the person who was calling him was a former employee who was the ex-boyfriend of one of his current employees. The caller asked several times for the womans new telephone number, but he did not release the number. The phone calls, which were in the afternoon, worried him because the woman previously had problems with her ex, police said. He notified her of the phone calls and she then notified the police department.
The woman has filed an active order of protection against the man because she said that she feared for her safety, police said. The manager completed a supporting deposition.
Also on the blotter:
- The Pelham Manor Police Department received a call from an unknown woman who reported that there was a man in a wheelchair rolling down Wolfs Lane on March 7 at 7:31 a.m. He had a sign attached to the wheelchair that said, REPENT, and she was worried for the school childrens safety. A sergeant responded to the location and reported that the incident was unfounded at the time.
- A woman called the Pelham Manor Police Department on March 7 at 5:53 p.m. to tell them that her side-view mirror had been knocked off in the car wash. She was advised that it was a civil matter, but she requested an officer at the scene. A police officer was sent and settled the matter. The officer let the woman know again that it was a civil matter.
- On March 7 at 7:42 p.m., a coyote was spotted on Split Rock Road and Grant Avenue. A woman called the Pelham Manor Police Department, but the officer reported that coyote was gone on arrival.
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