TARRYTOWN, N.Y. An anthrax scare reported by a Tarrytown woman turned out to be nothing, Tarrytown police said.
The Independence Street resident called the Westchester County Department of Health on Oct. 12 because she thought a bottle of aspirin contained anthrax. A county hazmat team and the Greenburgh Technical Rescue Team responded with a machine to test the bottle for anthrax but found no hazardous materials, police said.
The bottle and pills were sent to a lab for further confirmation. The Tarrytown woman was given a medical evaluation at her house but refused further treatment.
Police also reported the following:
The owner of the Deja Vu Consignment Boutique reported Oct. 13 that a man suspected of stealing from the store in the past had returned. The suspect was dressed as a woman, the owner told police.
A coyote was spotted on Church Street on Oct. 13.
A dog broke free from its leash and was hit by a car on Independence Street on Oct. 12. The dog was taken to the Sleepy Hollow Animal Hospital.
A man sleeping in a car on Millbrook Avenue on Oct. 12 told police he had dropped off a friend and then fallen asleep.
The antenna was removed from a car parked on Tappan Landing Road on Oct. 11, police said.
A woman told police she was walking through the Tarrytown Centre parking lot Oct. 11 when someone in an SUV drove up beside her, called her several foul names and drove away.
A Crescent Drive resident reported his MacBook Pro, passport, Gucci book bag and assorted DJ equipment had been stolen from his car while it was parked in his driveway overnight Oct. 11.
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