POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge police investigated a fraud complaint for a resident on Old Pound Road on Saturday, Aug. 20.
The resident called police and told them that an unauthorized debit on his credit card had been made. The fraud department was notified and corrected the issue and a fraud alert was placed on the account. Police advised the man to contact all three credit bureaus regarding the matter.
In other blotter news:
Police issued two speeding tickets to motorists on Westchester Avenue, one for going 57 mph in a 30 mph zone and another for going 50 mph in the same zone.
Police responded to Shad Road West for the report of a suspicious vehicle. An unknown car was parked in the homeowners driveway. It turned out to be friends of neighbors.
Police were dispatched to Cradle Rock Road for a noise complaint. A party was going on; police spoke to the homeowner who moved his guests inside.
Police were dispatched to Upper Shad Road for a suspicious male. The subject was identified and given a courtesy ride to a county shelter without incident.
Police were called to Upper Shad Road on a complaint that trucks were speeding. Officers performed stationary radar but no violations were observed.
Police were sent to Calf Pasture Lane on a report of gunshots heard in the area. Investigation yielded negative results. They were later dispatched to Salem Road for gunshots heard, but again the investigation yielded negative results.
Police issued a traffic summons to a motorist on Westchester Avenue for going 49 mph in a 30 mph zone.
Police were dispatched to Old Logging Road on a suspicious vehicle call. The vehicle belonged to a worker doing work at a neighbors house.
Police responded at a call on Pound Ridge Road for a domestic disturbance and mediated a dispute between a mother and a stepdaughter.
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