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Cortandt Police Blotter

The following is the Cortlandt police blotter from the Westchester County Police Department submitted for the week of Dec. 3.

CORTLANDT POLICE BLOTTER
Friday, Dec. 7 – 8:46 p.m. –
Westchester County Police responded to Marshall’s in the Cortlandt Town Center due to an escalating dispute between a store employee and two shoppers. The situation was defused when an officer arrived.


Wednesday, Dec. 5 – 7 p.m. –
Westchester County Police Officer Matt Cohn arrested two persons at Kohl’s department store on Route 6 after they were detained by store security and accused of shoplifting. An 18-year-old Bronx man and a 40-year-old Peekskill woman were charged with Petit Larceny, a misdemeanor. They are accused of trying to steal $134 worth of clothing.

1:30 p.m. – Westchester County Police Officer Rob Kelly arrested two Peekskill woman at Kohl’s department store on Route 6 after they were detained by store security and accused of shoplifting. A 22-year-old Howard Street resident and 51-year-old Crompond Road resident are accused of trying to steal $553 worth of merchandise.


Tuesday, Dec. 4 – 11:10 a.m. –
A resident of Mohegan Lake reported that 30 pieces of sheetrock were missing from his garage. A patrol officer took a report and turned the investigation over to detectives from the county police General Investigations Unit.

Monday, Dec. 3 – 5:43 p.m. – A resident of Verplanck reported to Westchester County Police that he has been receiving unwanted text messages from a family member. Both parties are currently involved in a proceeding in Westchester County Family Court.

 Note:
The Patch Police Blotter is a summary only – it does not represent all activity of the police activity in Cortlandt.

Danny C December 13, 2012 at 03:39 PM
Good job Kohl's security staff, keep up the good work!

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