Lewisboro Cops Investigate Two Domestic Incidents

LEWISBORO, N.Y. – Lewisboro police investigated two separate domestic incidents this past week that involved harassment and breach of an order of protection.

On Wednesday, Feb. 8, a South Salem woman came to the police station to report a violation of an order of protection she had against her husband. She told officers that both her and her husband attended a custody hearing at family court earlier that day and the judge suspended her husband’s visitations with the children. The woman claimed that he later texted her that he was picking up the children anyway. She told police that she feared he might come to the house because he was angry at the visitation suspension.

In a separate incident on Friday, police were called to a residence on Route 35 in South Salem for an aggravated harassment call. The couple that lived there told officers that their former son-in-law made a disturbing statement over the phone to the couple’s daughter. The couple said that during an argument he stated he would make them “disappear off the face of this earth and have them charged with treason.”

Police did not speak with the couple's daughter, who was picking up her own children up at school at the time. They advised her parents to have her come down to the police department and file a domestic incident report.

In other police blotter news:

FEB. 6

Police responded to Estate Motors on Route 22 in Goldens Bridge for smoke in the building. The Goldens Bridge Fire Department was on the scene and reported a malfunction in the heating system. No further problems were reported.

Police were called to Lake Kitchawan Drive on an anonymous complaint of an all-terrain vehicle being driven around the beach area. Police located the young male driving the vehicle and issued him a warning. Officers spoke with his father who agreed to keep the vehicle on their own property.

FEB. 7

Officers were called back to the police station for a resident who wished to lodge a complaint. Police interviewed the man who stated that while traveling eastbound on Old Post Road he heard a loud pop and the driver’s side rear door window shattered. He said he turned around and drove back and forth a few times in the area to see what could have caused it but could not find anything. He came to the police station to report the incident. Officers check the window and discovered what appeared to be an impact spot on the glass. A patrol was sent back to area and checked the road for anything that could have caused the incident but could not find anything.

FEB. 11

Officers responded to a noise complaint at the Wild Oaks apartments in Goldens Bridge. When they arrived, a loud TV could be heard from outside the apartment. The tenant was advised it was after midnight and turn down the TV and keep the noise down. He was told that if a second complaint was lodged, a report would be forwarded to the condo board. The tenant said he understood and that no further problems would occur.

A Ridgefield Road resident in South Salem reported that someone had damaged his mailbox. It had been pulled out of the ground and there was a dent in the box. There did not appear to be any other damage in the neighborhood.

FEB. 12

A Brundige Drive resident in Goldens Bridge reported that her mailbox had been damaged during the night and that the street sign for Shoshone Drive/Brundige Drive had been left in her driveway. Officers told the resident they would contact the highway department and have the sign removed and put back where it belongs. Police report there were similar incidences such as this on this night and believe it to be a group of students from John Jay High School. The investigation is ongoing.

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