Police are looking at a incident involving two 15-year-old boys, one of whom reportedly harassed the other through social media including Facebook, text messages and email.
In other news:
March 12: A village resident reported at 8:07 a.m. that the two rear passenger windows on his 1998 BMW, parked on Johnson Court, had been broken sometime after 7 p.m. on March 11. Nothing was taken.
March 13: A 19-year-old student resident of Children's Village was charged with second-degree harassment, a violation, after an altercation with another female student.
March 15: Another criminal mischief case involving a vehicle, this time a woman who reported the two rear tires on her Pontiac Vibe had been punctured sometime between 6:30 and 9:45 p.m., a problem she noticed as she pulled out onto Ogden Avenue from Beacon Hill Drive.
March 16: A Yonkers woman told police she had been in a local doctor's office March 9 and had removed jewelry for a procedure. She realized, later, that she did not have the items with her. they could not be found. Police said they do not know if the items—a white gold chain, a platinum and gold cross and a white gold necklace valued at $1,850—were stolen or possibly disposed of by mistake.
March 18: A Main Street resident reported that a cubic zirconium pendant and a box of eyeglass frames valued at $400 had been stolen from her apartment.
March 19: Coppola Paving of the Bronx reported the driver's side and passenger side windows shattered on a dump truck at the waterfront construction site sometime between March 17-19. Rocks were found inside the truck.