On April 25, A 60-year-old female resident reported that around 5 p.m., she approached a young man walking on the Aqueduct trail, a short conversation ensued, and then the man exposed his genitalia. The woman promptly called Dobbs Ferry police, who were able to find the suspect in the area within the next few days and arrest the 20-year-old Yonkers resident for "Exposure of Person," a violation. Police said the descriptive characteristics they used to apprehend the suspect did not include...
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- The owner of Parkside Deli on Ashford Ave. reported the theft of $6,700 in money from purchased lotto tickets. It is believed that an employee may be responsible, but no arrests have been made.
- A 69-year-old female resident of Hickory Hill Drive reported the larceny of four rings, a watch and a necklace and a watch from her apartment. There was no apparent forced entrance and the woman lives alone. The time frame for the thefts is also not known because the woman said she hadn't checked her bedroom closet—where the items had been—for some time. Police are still investigating.
- A 43-year-old Broadway resident reported that someone entered her bedroom and stole: $1,000 cash and one silver and two gold rings sometime between April 24 and 27. There was no forced entry to the home or bedroom. Police sad she had not mentioned any contractors or workers in the home during that time. She lives alone. Police are investigating.
- A 19-year-old resident reported that an acquaintance, a 24-year-old male—whose hometown is unknown—threw an object through the window of her Chevy Blazer 2000. Police don't have an estimate on the value of the window. No arrests have yet been made.
- Police received a call from a woman at restaurant by the train station that her husband, an 84-year-old man, had disappeared after they'd had dinner. Dobbs Ferry police alerted all other local precincts; he was located about an hour later in New Rochelle. Apparently, the man had gotten a ride there. Dobbs Ferry police officials could not comment on the man's state of mind or whether dementia was in play.
- A 24-year-old male resident reported that a man struck his parked car on Main Street and attempted to flee the scene. The witness stopped the driver, who was in a 2011 Ford Edge, and confronted him. The resident called police, who performed field sobriety tests on the driver, determining his to be intoxicated. The man, Victorino Castillo, 53, of the Bronx, submitted to a breathalyzer test, which confirmed that his BAC was more than .18, upping the charge to Aggravated DWI. Police arrested Castillo for both DWI and Aggravated DWI, he was arraigned that night and released.
Note: This is all information from the Dobbs Ferry Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.
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