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Cocaine Possession, Cars Missing, Driven into Pole

MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Two village men and one Ohio man were charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, identified as cocaine, according to the Village of Mamaroneck Police blotter.

Police stopped a car driven by an unlicensed Ohio man, 41, after making a traffic infraction on Lester Avenue Sept. 24. He was also charged with unlicensed operation of a vehicle, while all three were also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

The following items were also reported in the Village of Mamaroneck Police blotter between Sept. 23 and Sept. 26.

Drunk Driver : A village man, 49, was charged with DWI Sept. 25 after committing a traffic infraction on the 200 Block of W Boston Post Road.

Criminal Mischief : A Stanley Avenue resident reported the front and rear driver-side doors of their 2002 Chrysler were scratched and damaged by a sharp object Sept. 25.

Accident Vehicle : A New Rochelle woman, 38, was taken to Sound Shore Hospital for arm and head pain after getting into a car accident on the 100 Block of W Boston Post Road Sept. 24. The other driver, a 62-year-old New Rochelle woman, suffered neck pain, but refused medical attention on the scene.

Stolen Vehicle : A Van Ranst Place resident reported their 1992 Honda stolen by an unknown person Sept. 23. Their car was parked on the street and was reportedly stolen sometime between Sept. 22 and Sept. 23.

Accident Vehicle : A village woman, 27, drove her 2005 Honda into an electrical pole Sept. 23 at 2:05 a.m. She was charged with DWI. Police reported she had taken prescription medication.

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