PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. A Carol Place residents GPS was stolen between 11:30 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 a.m. Monday, police report. The man called the Pelham Manor Police Department at 6:25 p.m. Monday to notify them of the incident.
The mans unlocked car was parked in his driveway and his $200 Garmin GPS was attached to the windshield, police said. While leaving for work Monday, he realized that the GPS had been stolen.
Also from the Pelham Manor Police blotter:
An elderly Mount Tom Road man called the Police Department Monday at 4 a.m. to report he thought he was having a stroke. Responding officers said the man was conscious but having trouble verbally responding to questions. Paramedics and police officers rendered assistance until the ambulance showed up and transported the man to Lawrence Hospital for further evaluation.
The police were called by LifeAlert after a Brier Lane man became dizzy and fell to the floor while getting dressed. He was unable to stand back up. Two officers helped the man and he was transported to Lawrence Hospital for further evaluation.
A Monterey Avenue woman called Sunday at 1:05 a.m. to report a loud group of kids on Pelham Manor Road. She did not know if they were in someones yard or in the street, police said. An officer went to the scene and settled the situation. He reported that the group was adults, not kids.
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