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Pelham PD: Drug Transaction Made on Fifth Avenue

PELHAM, N.Y. – A woman walked into the Pelham Police Department at 9:02 p.m. Saturday to report a drug transaction that had been made on Fifth Avenue, police said.

The walk-in said she saw a young, thin, blonde female wearing tight jeans and a black Members Only jacket take money from one car and bring back a baggie of something, according to police. A unit was sent, but the parties and cars were gone on arrival.

The Pelham Police Department also reported:

Loose dog: The Pelham Police Department received a call at 3:40 p.m. Saturday stating a “cute, white fluffy dog” was running on Sparks Avenue. Officers were sent and advised that a resident was holding the dog in case someone came looking for it, police said. Then the department received a call that the dog had been returned to its owner.

Difficulty breathing: A man was having trouble breathing Friday on Fifth Avenue, which prompted a call to the Pelham Police Department at 8:18 a.m. The police officer on the call administered oxygen and the man was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center for further medical evaluation.

Slashed tire: The passenger rear tire of a Pelham Manor resident’s car was slashed between 11:10 a.m. and 12:05 p.m. Saturday. The man had parked and locked his car in a Pelham parking lot at Fifth Avenue and Third Street, but upon returning 55 minutes later, he saw the damage to his $380 Bridgestone tire. He called the police at 12:09 p.m. and upon arrival, the officer observed an unknown perpetrator did intentionally damage the tire. An unknown object was used that left two gashes on the side wall of the tire. A check of the area for witnesses yielded negative results.

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