POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge police arrested a Katonah man last week and charged him with driving with a suspended license.
Officers pulled over Andrew Kerchoff for speeding and a subsequent DMV check revealed that his New York State driving privileges were suspended. He was issued summonses for speeding and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Kerchoff was released on $200 bail and is scheduled to appear back in Pound Ridge Town Court on March 5.
In other police blotter news:
Police received a suspicious person report of a person going door to door on Benger Road. Police discovered it was a Verizon employee with the proper permits and no further problems were reported.
Police received a report of a truck blocking Upper Shad Road. Officers checked the area, but no truck was found.
Police issued tickets to two different motorists on Salem Road for not obeying a No Right Hand Turn, Weekdays, 5-8 p.m. sign.
Police ticketed a motorist for going 47 mph in a 30 mph zone on Westchester Avenue.
Police responded to a one-car accident on High Ridge Road. The vehicle had struck a utility pole that had fallen in the roadway. A passenger was transported to Stamford Hospital and the vehicle was towed.
Police ticketed a motorist on Westchester Avenue for driving without a license.
Police received three different complaints of a suspicious vehicle/person (Fox Hill Road, Hack Green Road, Long Ridge Road). Officers discovered it was a Verizon employee and reported no further problems.
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