Here's a look at some of the recent incidents investigated by the Dobbs Ferry Police Department:
Credit Card Fraud at Walgreens Police reported receiving a call from a Kentucky resident on September 27 who said someone had used her credit card information to purchase more than $600 worth of merchandise in two transactions at Walgreens.
The woman said her bank had told flagged the two transactions made one after the other—the first for $306.98 and the second for $339.86—the day prior.
Her local police department, as well as the DFPD, are investigating.
Marijuana Arrest A patrol officer reported noticing a grey vehicle in a Mercy College parking lot at 10:30 p.m. on September 19 that had fogged windows.
The officer approached the car and reported detecting an odor of marijuana.
Police said four people were in the vehicle and cited one, a 17-year-old Bronx male. He is charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, a violation.
Children's Village Teen Faces Felony A 16-year-old Children's Village student faces a felony-level criminal mischief charge after he allegedly punched the fender of a staff member's vehicle after 9 p.m. on September 26.
According to police, he damaged a female staff member's vehicle after arguing with her. His actions, police said, caused upwards of $1,000 in damage by denting the 2003 Honda.
He was arraigned and remanded to county jail in lieu of $250 bail.
Criminal Mischief Arrest Police responded to Children's Village on the morning of September 24 after receiving a complaint of damaged property on the campus.
A 16-year-old male student was arrested at the scene after staff members told police he kicked a window at the infirmary, causing it to shatter.
He was charged with Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree, a misdemeanor, and held for arraignment. At his court appearance, he was remanded to Westchester County Jail and has since posted bail.
The window is valued at $175, police said.
Missing Bonds A Bellair Drive resident reported to police on September 27 that 10 U.S. Treasury bonds had gone missing from her home sometime between September 17 and 25. The woman said the bonds, each worth $1,000, were taken from her home.