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Woman Spraying Mace Tops North Castle Police Blotter

North Castle police responded to a number of calls for aid last weekend, according to the department's blotter.
North Castle police responded to a number of calls for aid last weekend, according to the department's blotter. Photo Credit: File

NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. – A pregnant woman received medical treatment last weekend after another woman tried to enter her home while spraying mace, according to the North Castle Police Department’s blotter.

Officers responded to the North Broadway home about 12:15 a.m. on Oct. 29 after the pregnant woman called to report that an acquaintance of her daughter’s was trying to force her way into the home, according to police, who arrived at the scene to find the situation was “under control.”

An ambulance was called to attend to the pregnant woman, police said.

Elsewhere in town, police responded to a domestic incident that resulted in a minor car crash on Bedford Banksville Road.

About 6:30 a.m. on Oct. 28, the department received an emergency call during which a woman reported “screaming and honking in front of her residence,” according to police.

Moments later, a second call came in, reporting that a car crash had resulted in “unknown injuries,” according to police, who said a third call reported that a woman had been injured in the crash.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found the woman had suffered a minor leg injury.

Later that day on High Street, police came to the aid of a small dog that was running free through neighborhood backyards, according to the department, which said that an officer responded to the scene after a caller reported the dog was at risk of being attacked by coyotes.

The dog was taken back to police headquarters.

About 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 29, officers responded to a call for aid on Route 22, according to the department.

A man wearing a green sweatshirt and grey pants was reported as possibly hitching. When officers arrived, they found he had an “altered mental status.”

An ambulance was called to provide assistance.

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