TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – A bicyclist was taken to the Westchester Medical Center but did not suffer any serious physical injuries after being hit by a car on North Broadway.
Tarrytown police say the bicyclist was traveling at Route 9 and Main Street when the accident occurred at about 1 a.m. March 31.
The 25-year-old driver of the car was charged with leaving the scene of an auto accident (injury) after stopping the car at Route 9 and Route 448 in Sleepy Hollow after the accident, Tarrytown police said.
The driver was taken to police headquarters and processed.
Police also reported the following items:
- A motorist reported March 30 that occupants of another car threw a glass bottle at his car while parked at Sleepy Hollow High School. The man followed the car to Central Avenue, where he tried to speak to someone in the other car. The man reported the car fled, striking him as it drove off.
- A man reported March 29 that a contractor he has worked for has failed to pay him $2,000 in wages and threatened to beat him up.
- Sleepy Hollow police requested assistance from Tarrytown police after a fight broke out between two men on Valley Street on March 29. One man sustained a possible stab wound, police said. Tarrytown police helped secure the crime scene.
- A Franklin Court resident reported March 28 that she and her daughter had been repeatedly harassed and threatened by her daughter's ex-boyfriend.
- A man reported March 28 he was being harassed again by a man on Windle Park Drive. Tarrytown police reported the man began cursing when officers tried to interview him and resisted when they arrested him on disorderly conduct charges. The man was taken to the Westchester County Jail, with bail set at $2,500.
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