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Pelham Manor Police Blotter: Pit Bull Bites Boy, Fake Village Worker and Harassment

The following information was supplied by the Pelham Police Department. Arrest information does not indicate a conviction.

Here’s a rundown on recent police incidents in Pelham Manor:

Pit Bull Bites Boy 7/11/11

4:53 p.m.:  A man told police that a pit bull bit his son on the leg. The man stated that he walked to Maple Avenue to pick up his son, who was being dropped off by a Pelham recreation camp bus. When he approached his son, the boy was crying and holding his right leg. The boy told his father that a brown pit bull had bitten him on his leg. The boy said the pit bull’s owner gave him his cell phone number, but police had negative results when they tried to call the man. The boy was taken to the hospital, where a doctor said he had a minor laceration and bruising on his thigh.


Phony Village Department Worker: 7/13/11

4:37 p.m.: A 1st Avenue resident called police and said that a man in his 20s had come to her door, told her he was from the water company and requested to see her water pipes. The resident refused to allow the man into her home and was unaware of any problems with the water in the area. Police came to the woman’s home, but when they arrived the man was gone. He reportedly left the area in a gray pickup truck.

Woman Allegedly Harasses Husband at Work : 7/12/11


9:56 a.m.:  A man told police that his wife had walked into his place of work, a bank on Fifth Avenue, and disrupted his office when he wouldn’t talk to her about an incident that happened one month ago. The man said his wife followed him to the police office headquarters, still attempting to talk with him. The wife said her husband had recently moved out of their house and refuses to speak with her. Officers told the wife to stay away from her husband’s place of work and let some time pass before contacting him.

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