LARCHMONT, N.Y. – Two people were charged with driving with a suspended license by the Larchmont Police Department this past week.
A Mamaroneck Town woman was pulled over Aug. 16 on Palmer Avenue. She was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended license and her vehicle was towed. She was released on her own recognizance.
On Aug. 13, a man from Dobbs Ferry was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended license by police after he was stopped for committing a traffic infraction on Palmer Avenue. His vehicle was towed and he was released after posting $100 bail.
Also in this week’s blotter:
- Sometime during the night of Aug. 12, someone broke into a Chestnut Avenue home and took property worth more than $4,800.
- A business owner on Boston Post Road reported to police someone removed property worth $200 from his store Aug. 11.
- A Palmer Avenue resident told police Aug. 11 someone made purchases of more than $430 with her debit card account.
- During the middle of the night, someone entered an Oak Avenue home Aug. 12. According to reports nothing appeared to be taken.
- The Larchmont Police Department also responded to 16 burglar alarms, six motor vehicle accidents, seven aided cases and 55 other calls of service the past week.
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