TARRYTOWN, N.Y. Two people were taken to the Westchester Medical Center after a car ended up on a stone wall after hitting a Bee Line bus shelter and a utility pole, Tarrytown police said.
Police said two others, the driver and a passenger, refused medical attention after the accident in the 200 block of South Broadway around 2 a.m. on July 15.
Firefighters were called to stabilize the car after the accident because it was sitting on its side on a stone wall. The car was later towed from the scene. Con Edison was also called to deal with the damaged utility pole.
Police also noted a metal garbage can was damaged in the accident.
Police also reported the following items:
A raccoon got inside a Meadow Street house around 2:30 a.m. on July 19. A police officer was able to remove the raccoon.
Thunder caused a dog to run away and end up near the intersection of Route 119 and South Broadway around 5 p.m. on July 18. A passing motorist picked up the dog and called police. The dog's owner was later contacted.
A Tarrytown resident asked police to pick up a pit bull she found wandering around Main Street and took to her house on July 18.
A Wildey Street resident reported his blue and white motorcycle was stolen on July 17. The resident told police his friend spotted a similar motorcycle on Clinton Street in Sleepy Hollow.
A motorist reported she had gotten into a car accident with a tractor-trailer near the intersection of Tower Hill Road and Neperan Road around 3 p.m. on July 16. The tractor-trailer, the woman reported, continued driving until it reached the New York Knicks' practice facility on Old Saw Mill River Road.
The Tarrytown YMCA reported on July 16 that someone broke into a locked storage cabinet and took a set of Bose speakers.
A Sheldon Avenue resident reported July 16 that someone entered her shed over the weekend and scattered her children's toys.
A taxi driver reported a passenger refused to pay after being driven to TGI Friday's around 10 p.m. July 15.
Police say a man reported another driver damaged his car while it was parked in the lower Washington Irving School parking lot July 14. The other driver said he did not damage the car, but noted the man had parked outside of the lines.
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