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Purdys' Blazer Pub Customer Banned From Restaurant

A local resident has been banned from Purdys' Blazer Pub.
A local resident has been banned from Purdys' Blazer Pub. Photo Credit: Katherine Pacchiana

NORTH SALEM, N.Y. – A frequent customer at North Salem’s Blazer Pub caused a disturbance around dinnertime on Friday, when she insisted she had been overcharged by 50 cents for an order of blue cheese, according to police. The bartender told police that the woman was loud and abusive to the other diners and was frequently a problem in the restaurant. The owner told police they will no longer allow her to come to the restaurant.

Officer Paul Smith located the woman, who had paid her bill and left on foot. She was told that if she returned to The Blazer she would be arrested for trespassing.

The North Salem Police also reported the following incidents:

  • An early morning commuter walking through the MetroNorth parking lot at the Purdys Station Friday was struck and knocked down by a 2006 Jeep Commander. She complained of back pain and was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital by the North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
  • When a stranger pulled into her neighbor’s driveway on May 9 and started taking pictures of her house, a Harness Court resident became concerned. She reported to police that the man seemed to leave in a hurry. Officer Frank Lynch tracked down and interviewed the photographer, who explained that he was employed by the National Asset Protection Agency and was photographing the house on his employer’s instructions.
  • A suspicious-looking man trudging through the rain on Daniel Road on May 8 came to the attention of a resident, who called police. Officer Silvio Ruvolo followed up, located the rain-soaked walker and learned that he was a resident of the street.
  • Early Saturday evening an unknown driver struck the flashing stop sign at the intersection of June and Titicus Roads, knocking the pole to the ground. Police informed the New York State Department of Transportation, which responded to the call and repaired the damage.

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