Besides charging a here is a list of other cases Irvington Police have investigated:
- A resident of Beckett Close reported that overnight someone had marked his 2012 Checy Camero with removable paint. He said he's been able to get the paint off without causing damage to the car but wanted the incident documented.
- Members of the Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force arrested a 23-year-old Yonkers resident for criminal sale of cocaine that allegedly took place in January on South Broadway. Police said only limited information could be released because more charges may be made for crimes in other jurisdictions. The investigation is ongoing.
- Irvington Police charged an 18-year-old resident of the Bronx, who is a student at Greenburgh Academy (former Abbott School), for allegedly making threatening phone calls to a 19-year-old female student. Police said the calls threatened the personal safety of the victim, who was issued an order of protection. The suspect was charged with harassment in the second degree and released into the custody of his parents.
- A 57-year-old resident reported that someone had used his social security number to file tax returns unlawfully in his name. The man had expected a tax refund of "a couple thousand" dollars, police said, but when his accountment tried to submit the documents, it appeared someone had already done it. Police believe the man should get his money, but said it may take six-to-10 months for the issue to be resolved.
- A resident of West Home Place reported a past burglary that occurred between July 13 and 27. Although there appeared to have been no forced entry into the home or anything taken, he said the lock on an interior door had been broken. Although the resident told police the main doors to the home had been securred, there may have been a back entrance that was left open.
Note: The information above is from police reports only. It does not indicate convictions.