POUND RIDGE, N.Y. With hunting season underway, Pound Ridge police have received numerous hunting-related calls that have involved possible trespassing and suspicious vehicles, including three calls on Sunday.
Police were called to Autumn Ridge Road on the report of two hunters entering the woods there. Officers located the hunters who indicated they were part of the Deer Management Assistance Program.
Later that day, police responded to call of a suspicious vehicle on South Bedford Road. Officers spoke with vehicles owner, who said he had permission to hunt on the property. The hunter provided all the proper paperwork, police said. The landowner was contacted and the hunters claims were confirmed.
Police were then called to Fancher Road on the report of two hunters trespassing on town DMAP property, however officers were unable to locate them.
In other police blotter news:
Police received a call complaining about an unauthorized vehicle parked in a permit only parking spot. Police issued warnings to the offender.
Police were notified of a found dog on Stone Hill Road. It was transported to the Pound Ridge veterinarian. The owner was located and the dog was returned.
Officers were called to Trinity Pass on the complaint of a vehicle that was parked illegally. The car was parked in a permit only area. Officers left a warning, including information about where to get a permit.
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