TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – Several EF School students are finding themselves on thin ice with the law.
The students were charged with trespassing after they were reported on the Tarrytown Lakes' ice near the skate shack on two separate days.
Skating on the ice is prohibited unless the ice is deemed thick enough by the Tarrytown Recreation Department.
Three students were charged with trespass, a violation, on Jan. 25 after being found out on the ice. The students posted $100 cash bail. Three other students were found on the Tarrytown Lakes on Jan. 27 and also were charged with trespass. Those students also posted $100 bail.
Police also reported the following items:
- A man reported he had received a suspicious phone call Jan. 26. Someone claiming to be with the fire department called, said there was a fire and then asked about work he did at a building on Loh Avenue and whether he had filed permits for the work. The man went to the building and found there was no fire.
- Barbara Nokaj, 23, and Ashley Corbi, 19, were charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, after police stopped their car near the C-Town grocery store.
- A MacArthur Lane resident reported Jan. 25 she had received a phone call from a man who said she was the winner of a prize from Walmart and he wanted to schedule a delivery. The woman does not shop at Walmart and was suspicious.
- A motorist reported she hit a deer on Paulding Avenue on Jan. 24.
- Police and firefighters responded to several burst pipes. Officials helped shut off water Jan. 24 to a home in the Quay and another on John Street. Police also reported a water main break on Front Street on Jan. 26.
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