Arrest Made in Child Welfare Case
6:18 p.m. A search warrant was issued for the computer of Stuart Goldberg of Head 2 Head Toys & Games, a game and sports memorabilia store on 86 Main Street. The computer was seized for the store's video surveillance. The Westchester County District Attorney's investigators will be viewing it for prosecution purposes due to his arrest on endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor. He will return to Village Justice Court at 9:30 a.m. July 26. See the article here.
Human Rights Solicitors Thwarted Due to Lack of Permit
11:55 a.m. Police received several calls regarding two individuals, a male and a female from Queens and Hamden, CT, soliciting materials for a human rights campaign on Main Street. Police advised them to cease until they obtained a permit from Village Hall, which is free for non-profit organizations.
11:30 a.m. A female resident of West Ardsley Avenue, Ardsley on Hudson, reported that while she was away for a few months someone had made several unauthorized charges on her E-ZPASS. Her E-ZPASS was still in her car, which was stored in the townhome's garage. This case is currently being investigated by police.
Milk Thieves at it Again
At 1:49 p.m. A 41-year-old resident of South Ferris Street reported that her entire milk delivery was stolen between 8 p.m. on July 15 and 10 a.m. on July 16. The milk crate contained three and a half gallons of milk, valued at $62. This case is currently under investigation. This also happened to another resident on June 5. See the story of the other 41-year-old South Farris resident here.
12:04 a.m. A man from Deer Park, NY, phoned Irvington Police when he hadn't heard from his 56-year-old brother, an Irvington resident, for two weeks. No one was there when police arrived at the North Eckar Street resident's home, although all appeared in order. Police were unable to get in touch with him.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Irvington Police activities and responses during the listed dates.