PELHAM, N.Y. The Pelham Police Department received a report of a white, powdery substance in HSBCs ATM room at 12:43 p.m. Friday. A Pelham sergeant retrieved the substance and handed it over to a detective at the police station for testing.
The detective said it was the narcotic Demerol.
The Pelham Police Department also reported:
Uncontrollable nosebleed: The Pelham Police Department went to an Eighth Avenue home at 2:34 a.m. Tuesday for a woman who had an uncontrollable nosebleed, police said. The woman was on a blood thinner, which caused the issue. The Pelham Fire Department and paramedics were on scene. The woman was transported to White Plains Hospital.
Loud music: Police responded to a call at 10:01 p.m. Monday on Fifth Avenue, after receiving a call reporting yelling and loud music, police said. The reporting officer said the condition was corrected.
Downed utility wire: A Brookside Avenue homeowner called the Pelham Police Department at 3:20 p.m. Monday because of a low-hanging wire on the street, police said. The officer reported it was a Verizon wire, and the company was notified.
Dog complaint: A loose dog was going through the garbage at Colonial Elementary School at 6:15 p.m. Monday, which prompted a resident to alert police. The responding officer said the dog headed toward Pelhamdale Avenue upon his arrival.
Panhandler: A worker at a Lincoln Avenue store called the Pelham Police Department at 6:14 p.m. Monday because there was a panhandler harassing customers outside the store. The two responding police officers corrected the situation.
Noise complaint: The Pelham Police Department was called at 9:39 p.m. Saturday because several men were being unruly and loud on Eighth Avenue. Two police officers responded and said the situation was unfounded.
911 hang-up: The Pelham Police Department received a 911 hang-up from a Harmon Avenue resident at 6:45 p.m. Saturday. Police officers went to the home and found it was an accident by a child.
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