Police intervention was required in Mount Kisco after a woman got into a dispute with the father of her child, investigators said.
Westchester County Police officers responded to a Carpenter Avenue home in Mount Kisco shortly before 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 2, where there was a report of a domestic dispute involving a woman and the father of their child.
According to police, the father wanted to take the child for the evening, and an argument broke out between the two when the mother refused. Police noted that the father has no legal custody of the child or visitation rights.
Police said that the father was escorted away from the premises without further incident.
Other items on the Mount Kisco police blotter from Monday, Dec. 31 through Friday, Jan. 4 include:
- Westchester County Police officers responded to the Boys & Girls Club on East Main Street shortly after 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 4, when there was a report of a man walking through the parking lot and screaming at people. Officers responded to the scene, but the man was gone upon their arrival.
- Police received a report on Thursday, Jan. 3, when an employee at a store on East Main reported that she received two obscene phone calls from a male caller. The incidents are under investigation.
- Members of the Westchester County Police responded to a Laurel Drive residence at approximately 3 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 1, for a domestic argument that turned physical. Police said that a man in the home said his wife had been drinking and scratched him on the neck during an argument. No charges were pressed, but police said the incident was documented by investigators.
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