PELHAM, N.Y. Pelham police broke up a party on Cliff Avenue Friday after a woman called to report loud noise. Officers said they saw two small groups of about four teens at First Street and Cliff Avenue in addition to a few empty beer cans along Cliff Avenue.
The woman called police again and told them where she thought the party was taking place. An officer and a sergeant rang the doorbell and spoke with the homeowner, who said he and his wife had come home 15 minutes earlier. Their daughter had a few friends over and they had asked those friends to go home.
Police said there was no alcohol in the home, but they did notice some empty beer cans in the street. The homeowner said he would dispose of the empty beer cans.
The following items were also reported by Pelham police:
Noise Complaint: A First Avenue resident called the Pelham Police Department at 1:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 19, because of a loud group on the street. Police said an officer corrected the condition.
Barking Dog: Police went to a Maple Avenue home at 9:34 p.m. Monday, June 18, after a neighbor complained of a barking dog. When the neighbor approached the house, the door was open, and no one answered his knock or ringing of the doorbell, police said. The responding officer reported that all was in order.
Fireworks Complaint: Multiple loud explosions in a rear parking lot along Fifth Avenue prompted a resident to call the Pelham police at 11:09 p.m. Sunday, June 17. Officers said it appeared to be fireworks, and whoever had set them off was gone when the police arrived.
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