SCARSDALE, N.Y. A man exposed himself to a Scarsdale resident on Sunday afternoon when he urinated on a front lawn on Copper Beech Lane, police said.
According to the resident, at approximately 3 p.m. a blue Toyota Corolla stopped in front of his home. The driver got out of the car and urinated on the grass.
The suspect was described as a white male, in his 20s. He was wearing plaid shorts, a polo shirt and a hat. According to the police report, the victims daughter was at the window when the incident occurred, and witnessed it. Her father then confronted the individual, who was fully exposed while facing the house.
The homeowner approached the man, seeking an explanation. He snapped a picture of the vehicle and license plate. The individual did not stop urinating and claimed to have a medical problem, police said. He got back in his car and drove north on Weaver Street. Police searched the area with negative results.
The Toyota was registered to a White Plains residence. Police left a message for the owner to contact the department in regards to the incident.
Also on the Eastchester Police blotter from July 23 through July 30:
Egg-Wielding Vandals: On Saturday morning, a Nelson Road resident reported that his vehicles had been egged overnight. They had last been seen undamaged at midnight.
Arrest: Police arrested Charles S. Watkins on Wednesday on a bench warrant issued for an unlicensed operation of a vehicle summons. He was released on $100 bail and is due in court on August 1.
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