POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge police were kept busy this past week handing out traffic summonses to motorists. Officers issued six such tickets for infractions ranging from moving violations to expired inspections.
On Aug. 3, police issued a traffic summons to a motorist on Salem Road for a vehicle an expired inspection.
On Aug. 4, officers issued a traffic summons to a motorist on Salem Road for failure to obey a traffic-control device. They also issued a ticket on the same road later that day to a motorist for having an uninspected vehicle.
Police issued a traffic summons for a driver going 62 mph in a 40 mph zone on Salem Road on Aug. 8 and later issued a ticket to a motorist on Westchester Avenue for an undisclosed infraction. The following day, officers issued a traffic summons to a motorist on Pound Ridge Road for going 49 mph in a 30 mph zone.
In other blotter news:
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call on Indian Hill Road to mediate a dispute between a parent and a child.
Police were dispatched to a Autumn Ridge Road residence for a report of a damaged mailbox.
Police were advised by a White Birch Lane resident that a dog was missing.
Police received a warrant from the court and attempted to execute it at a Westchester Avenue residence.
Police were dispatched to Westchester Avenue on a report of a large tree branch blocking the road. The officer removed the branch and New York DOT was advised to remove it from the side of the road.
Police conducted a radar detail on Pound Ridge Road.
Police were called to Salem Road for a tree blocking the road. It was determined that the tree was in Lewisboros jurisdiction. The officer provided traffic control.
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