TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – A 61-year-old woman faces several charges after she became disorderly and injured a Walgreens employee, Tarrytown police say.
Police received several calls about the woman's disorderly behavior April 17. Officers discovered the woman had begun throwing things from the counter at an employee, causing injury, police said.
The woman has been banned from the store. She faces charges of disorderly conduct, a violation; second-degree obstructing governmental administration, a misdemeanor; resisting arrest, a misdemeanor; and third-degree assault, a misdemeanor.
Police also reported the following items:
- Firefighters responded to reports of sparks coming from the roadway on the Tappan Zee Bridge on April 17.
- Police charged a 22-year-old man with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance on April 16 after they found heroin during a traffic stop.
- A man reported on April 16 that someone had stolen his sister's cellphone at the Washington Irving Intermediate School.
- The Key Bank reported an unknown man walked into the bank on April 15, looked around and left when employees asked whether he needed help.
- A contractor reported on April 15 that workers were picketing on private property because of a delay in payment.
- A McKeel Avenue resident reported two coyote puppies were in his backyard on April 15.
- A man reported on April 15 that someone had stolen several items from his construction lock box at Pierson Park.
- An unknown man was found sleeping in a company's mobile home on White Plains Road on April 15.
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