POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge Police arrested and charged a Danbury, Conn. man last week and charged him with several traffic violations, including driving without a license.
Salinas Santiago, 25, was pulled over Thursday, Dec. 29, on Stone Hill Road at 4:40 p.m. He was only able to provide a passport and not drivers license, for which he was arrested. He was also issued tickets for failure to obey a traffic device and an equipment violation for having non-transparent windows.
In other police blotter news:
Police received a call that a cat had become stuck in a tree on Pound Ridge Road. Police observed the cat some 60 to 70 feet up in the tree, but it appeared fine. Police advised the owner that the cat would come down on its own. Three and a half hours later, police were informed the cat was still in the tree. Police called Mill River Tree Service. The cat was rescued from the tree and transported to the veterinarian in Pound Ridge.
Police received a call that a resident on Barnegat Road had found a white chicken walking along the road.
Police were called to Horseshoe Hill Road for a suspicious person call. The incident is still under investigation and police would reveal no further information at this time.
Police responded to West Lane for a criminal mischief complaint. The homeowner informed officer that their mailbox had been damaged. The mailbox was found on Dec. 30 on Upper Shad Road.
Police received another report of a damaged mailbox on Twin Fawn Lane.
Police were called to Horseshoe Hill Road for a suspicious vehicle. Officers patrolled the area and spoked to vehicles registered owner. No problems were reported.
Police were informed of a possible fire at a residence on Brook Farm Road. The Pound Ridge Fire Department was on the scene checking the home; no major problems reported.
A report of a tree limb blocking Westchester Avenue was registered. Police were able to remove the limb without incidence.
Police received a report of a large rock in the road that was blocking Salem Road. The New York State DOT was contacted and police set flares.
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