Minors Trespass, Throw Party In Westchester Home For Sale, Police Say

Police are investigating a trespassing incident involving a group of minors having a part a vacant property for sale in Westchester.

The Scarsdale Police Department.

The Scarsdale Police Department.

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A homeowner in Scarsdale reported to police on Sept. 24 that two days prior, his former tenant sent him a text message, alerting him that the minors had entered the vacant Hampton Road home and had a party.

According to police, the home has a “For Sale” sign on the front of the property. 

The complainant said that the former tenant was advised by a nearby neighbor about the party, prompting him to reach out to the homeowner.

Police said that a neighbor checked the house for damage, with no damage being discovered.

However, there was some clothing and garbage left behind, mainly in the kitchen area. The clothes and garbage have since been cleaned up.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing. The homeowner said that the door to the home may have been unlocked by a realtor, but the doors have since been secured.

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