POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge police investigated two complaints of possible fraud this week.
On Thursday, Feb. 9, a Salem Road resident told police she received a call telling her that her daughter had been arrested and needed money wired to her. No money was transferred and police determined it was an attempted scam.
Another attempted phone scam was reported to police by an Autumn Ridge resident on the same day. The resident received a recorded message asking if they were interested in having the interest rate on their credit cards lowered. The message prompted them to speak to an operator to reveal credit card information. No information was given.
In other police blotter news:
Police were called to the scene of a two-car accident on Long Ridge Road. The drivers were transported to Stamford Hospital and the cars were towed.
Police were again called to Long Ridge Road for a two-car accident. The cars were towed and drivers transported to Stamford Hospital.
Police were dispatched to Fox Run Road for a dispute between a taxi and customer over the fare. The issue was resolved with no further problem.
A Great Hill Farm Road resident reported that an unknown person was making fraudulent purchase on their credit card. The credit card companies were advised and a fraud alert was placed on the accounts.
Police received a report that a vehicle may have struck the state line marker on Lower Trinity Pass and it was now leaning into the roadway. The highway department was notified.
Police issued a traffic summons to a motorist on Westchester Avenue for failure to stop at a stop sign.
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