Port Chester police arrested seven-out-of-towners this past week
for violating village ordinances, drunk driving, disorderly conduct and more.
On Sunday, April 16, police observed a 29-year-old drinking from
a can of beer on North Main Street. The Eldredge Street resident was charged
with disorderly conduct, a violation.
It was thanks to an off-duty Greenwich firefighter and Port
Chester/Rye/Rye Brook Emergency Medical Service personnel that a 4-year-old boy
lived after choking himself with a car’s sunroof on March 24.
A 35-year-old female allegedly offered to buy drinks for a few
people around 4:06 a.m. on Friday, April 7. Once the patrons left McShane’s,
123 North Main St., she allegedly refused to pay for their $64 tab, according
to the police report.
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