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Woman Gets Angry, Spits On Tarrytown Motorist

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – A woman yelled at and spit on another driver while they were stopped at a traffic light near the Transfiguration Church because she believed the driver did not stop at a stop sign, Tarrytown police said.

The driver told police the woman approached her while she was stopped at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and South Broadway around 6 p.m. on Sept. 12. The woman, described as a woman between 60 and 70 years old, yelled at her and then began spitting on her as she became more irate, the driver told police.

Police also reported the following items:

• A mother called 911 on Sept. 13 after she accidentally locked her 1-year-old and 4-year-old in her car with the keys on Sheldon Avenue. Police responded and were able get into the car.

• An Ichabod Lane resident reported seeing an injured coyote run into the woods near the Tappan Hill School on Sept. 12.

• Tarrytown police charged Scott Howard Birdwell, 53, with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, on Green Street on Sept. 11.

• A four-car accident on Benedict Avenue on Sept. 10 caused one driver to complain of knee pain, but the motorist refused medical treatment.

• Tarrytown firefighters extinguished a brush fire on the New York State Thruway on Sept. 10.

• A man reported his car's rear bumper had been dented and scratched while parked overnight on Miller Avenue on Sept. 10.

• A Dixon Street resident reported her daughter's boyfriend showed up to her house drunk and punched a glass window on Sept. 10. Police charged Brian McCarthy, 36, with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony.

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