iPhone Stolen at Elementary School: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny at the Jefferson Elementary School at 131 Weyman Avenue on July 30th.
Complainant stated that between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. her iPhone 6 was stolen out of her pursue which she had left on the front desk of the main entrance. She believes a fellow employee may have taken the phone. Seven co-workers were interviewed and all denied taking the phone.
Bike Stolen from Front Lawn: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny at a house on Woodland Avenue on July 30th.
Complainant stated her son’s bicycle was stolen from her front yard. She stated she left the bicycle unattended for 30 minutes and she returned it was gone. The bicycle was described as a gold children’s bicycle that looked like a dirt bike with an estimated value of $100.
Lemon Tree Larceny: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny at a house on Forest Avenue on July 30th.
Complainant stated that a lemon tree in her front yard was stolen and she believed people from a film crew who were present in the neighborhood on July 27th stole the lemon tree. When asked why she believed someone from a film crew stole her lemon tree and how a film crew member could take a lemon tree from her front yard and load it into a vehicle without being observed she became upset.
Complainant stated she was “disconcerted” that the officer taking her report was wearing sunglasses while outside and that she was not happy with the questions being posed or the lack of resources being allotted to the incident when she believes it was the film crew who stole her lemon tree. Complainant stated “go away” and ended the interview.
Fraudster Files Federal Tax Return First: New Rochelle Police responded to a walk-in report of a fraud in New Rochelle.
The complainant stated he was advised to file a police report by the Internal Revenue Service after the I.R.S. informed him that an unknown suspect had filed a tax return using the complainants name and Social Security Number.
License Plate Rip-Off: New Rochelle Police responded to a walk-in report of a larceny from a motor vehicle parked on Sickles Place in New Rochelle on July 30th.
Complainant stated that the license plate from his vehicle was ripped off with the bolts left in the bumper. There are no witnesses or suspects.
Man Pick-Pocketed at Grocery Store: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny at the ShopRite at 8 Joyce Road in New Rochelle on July 29th.
Complainant stated that while grocery shopping, he used his Chase card at the ATM. He put the card back in his wallet and placed the wallet in his back pocket. While still inside the store he felt someone pull on his back pocket of his pants. Complainant stated that when he went to check for his wallet with several credit cards it was missing. Complainant stated that he checked with security at the store and they advised him they did not have anyone working in the security office at the time.
McBike is McGone: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny at the McDonalds at 270 Main Street in New Rochelle on July 29th.
Complainant states that he placed his bicycle behind a dumpster in McDonald’s parking lot at 6:00 p.m. and when he returned at 8:00 p.m. his bicycle was gone. The bicycle was described as red with white shocks on the front wheel with a value of $1,000.
Debit Card Dinged for Five Grand: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a fraud at 120 Pelham Road in New Rochelle on July 29th.
Complainant stated that she lost her Chase debit car around June 30th at an unknown location and since then there have been multiple withdrawals totaling $4,935.66. She said checks were deposited with her signatures but that she did not sign them. She stated she reported the matter to Chase Bank.
As Friend Goes Missing So Do Bank Checks: New Rochelle Police responded to a report of a larceny on Laurel Place in New Rochelle on July 30th.
Complainant stated three Chase bank checks totaling $260.00 were stolen from her checkbook and cashed at a Chase branch in New Rochelle. She said that a person who stays with her from time to time was staying with her during the time the checks went missing and were cashed at the bank. She notified Chase Bank of the matter. Complaint stated that she did not give permission for the person to take her checks. She said she did not know where the person was having not seen the person since early July. She stated that she does want to pursue charges.
Police advised complainant that she not allow this person to enter her home in the future.