On June 1, a resident informed police that he had received a call asking if the homeowner used Con Ed as their energy provider. Reportedly, the caller left a name and number, which police used to contact him. Police discovered the caller is an employee of Frontier Utilities and that he was soliciting Con Ed customers to offer less expensive rates.
Also from the police blotter:
On June 1, Police received a report of a suspicious vehicle on Salem Road. The vehicles owner was contacted and there were no issues. The complainant was notified.
Police responded to a dispute on Salem Road over a property line on June 3.
On June 4, the following traffic and vehicle related incidents were reported by police:
Police responded to a citizen complaint over loud music on Hemlock Hill Road. Later, police issued a traffic summons on Westchester Avenue for speeding the motorist was allegedly going 60 mph in a 30 mph zone.
Police issued a traffic summons on Westchester Avenue to a motorist who allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign.
Police issued a traffic summons on Westchester Avenue to a motorist with an expired inspection.
Police responded to a dispute on South Bedford Road over debris being placed on property by landscapers. Police spoke with both parties.
Police were dispatched Sunday to a motor vehicle roller-over accident on Long Ridge Road. The passenger was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital. The driver had no injuries. The car was towed.
Police responded to an accident on Trinity Pass Road in which a motor vehicle had struck a rock on Monday. There were no injuries, but the car was towed from the scene.
Police issued a ticket to a motorist on High Ridge Road who allegedly made a right-hand turn against a No Right Hand Turn, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. sign Monday.
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