TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – A man was treated by members of the Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps after his boss reportedly punched him in the face while working at the Hudson Harbor construction site.
A 35-year-old man has been charged with third-degree assault, a misdemeanor, after one of his employees reported the incident to Tarrytown police on March 19. The employee refused further medical treatment.
Police interviewed a witness at the construction site who confirmed the punching story.
Police also reported the following:
- Police received several calls about odors of natural gas at homes on Sheldon Avenue, Archer Place and One River Plaza on March 21. Officials were unable to determine the source of the odor.
- Police reported a dog had been tied up outside the C-Town supermarket on March 20 for more than three hours. Police notified Greenburgh Animal Control and brought the dog to headquarters.
- A village DPW employee reported on March 19 that he had struck a parked car while plowing snow on Green Street.
- A motorist reported on March 18 that she had been side-swiped by another car on South Broadway. The other vehicle refused to stop until she followed it, and then the driver refused to exchange information. The motorist took down the car's license plate number and notified police.
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