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Suspicious Man Reported on Pelham Manor Lawn

PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. – A Monterey Avenue homeowner and her son-in-law both called the Pelham Manor Police Department Saturday at 8:16 p.m. to report a “suspicious male” on the property, police said.

The man was wearing a white jacket and carrying a brown bag. He climbed over a wall on the side of the house and was walking around the property. Two police officers checked the area but were unable to find the man.

From the Pelham Manor Police blotter:

Injured woman: A James Street woman called the police Monday morning to report that she had injured her leg. The woman told arriving police officers and paramedics that her ankle was hurting after she fell while walking down her front lawn. She refused medical attention.

Loss of consciousness: Police officers responded to a report of a man losing consciousness at Edos Japanese Steakhouse on Boston Post Road, according to a police report. When police arrived, the man was conscious and alert. He was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center by ambulance.

Intoxicated manner: A Beechtree Lane woman called the Pelham Manor Police Department Sunday at 8:05 p.m. to report a person driving around Manor Circle in an “intoxicated manner,” police said. A responding officer said all appeared to be in order.

Diverticulitis pain: The Police Department received a call Saturday at 12:52 a.m. from a Heywood Road resident reporting that his mother was not feeling well, police said. The woman was suffering from diverticulitis and “complaining of pain,” police said. She refused medical attention and instead found her own way to New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Car complaint: A Manor Lane woman called the police Friday at 8:47 a.m. to complain about cars parked in front of and around her house, police said. She said that “high school students park in the area of her residence and block stop signs and driveways,” police said. A police officer checked and reported that no violations had occurred.

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