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Pelham Woman Alerts PD to Suspicious Phone Call

PELHAM, N.Y. – A woman who lives on Maple Avenue, called the Pelham Police  on Monday at 6:19 p.m. after she received a suspicious phone call. When an officer arrived at her house, she reported that an unknown male had asked her to take a survey. She agreed but the caller came up as private on caller ID and she did not get a name.

In the survey, the woman said she was asked for her name and age, but refused to give either. When asked if she was married and then for how long, she answered both questions. When the man asked her if she was happily married, she did not answer, and asked to speak to a supervisor. The caller said there were none available, which is when the woman hung up, and called the Pelham Police for documentation purposes.

Also on the blotter:

-A Good Samaritan called Pelham Police on Monday at 4:16 p.m. to report a car driven by an elderly woman was disabled on Highbrook Avenue and Harmon Avenue. The caller said the woman had hit a curb and had a flat tire. An officer arrived at the scene and provided assistance to the driver. Westchester Collision was also alerted and no further police action was taken.

-A woman appeared slumped over in her car on Third Street and Fifth Avenue on Monday at 4:31 p.m., according to a resident who called Pelham Police. The caller was unsure if the woman was sleeping or ill. An officer drove to the location and the driver explained that she was resting her eyes and waiting to pick up another person, according to police. No further police action was taken at that time.

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