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  • King of collisions
    With minor damages, one car slides onto a curb on King Street while another is forced onto a Quintard Drive lawn 
  • Three men and a doobie

    When a Port Chester police officer drove by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on Smith Street on Tuesday, June 5, he became suspicious after he saw three men gathered in front of the church with lit lighters by their faces. 

  • PCHS student attacked while walking to school

    As a Port Chester High School teacher was driving to work on Thursday, June 7, he saw one of his students on the corner of Grace Church and South Main streets getting attacked by a stranger on the sidewalk at around 7:30 a.m. 

  • “Help us help you,” said Rye Brook Police Lieutenant Eugene Matthews, while urging the community to remember to always lock their cars and take their keys inside.   

  • When an allegedly unruly person was causing problems, a security guard at El Nuevo Jomas Tavern at 112 Westchester Ave. flagged down a patrolling Port Chester police officer at 12:09 a.m. on Saturday, June 9. 

  • Suspicious that his girlfriend was cheating, a man confronted a woman in an allegedly violent manner in the Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot at 295 Midland Ave. on Saturday, June 9. 

  • After a Port Chester police officer saw a grey Subaru allegedly make an illegal left turn at the King and Adee streets intersection on Monday, June 11, he started following the car. 

  • Flight terminated by Taser

    Knowing Anthony Correa allegedly had an open bench warrant for a previous shoplifting offense, a Port Chester police officer tried to detain him on Monday, May 28, when he saw him walking on Midland Avenue. 

  • Shrieks about cops in their own shop

    While a Port Chester police lieutenant was conducting roll call at the police station at 350 N. Main St. on Sunday, June 3, an unexpected distraction entered the lobby. 

  •  A 39-year-old driving a green Nissan Quest down Putnam Avenue while allegedly using his cellphone on Friday, June 1, drew the attention of a Port Chester police officer. 

  • When security staff at the Glamour Night Club at 114 N. Main St. wouldn’t let a 24-year-old man inside on Saturday, June 2, he allegedly wouldn’t take no for an answer. 

  • While Cristina Aguilar-Pacaja was perusing the jewelry at Kohl’s Department Store at 431 Boston Post Rd. on Saturday, June 2, she found a $50 pair of earrings she liked. 

  • An intoxicated man allegedly started a fight with one person and ended it with a complete stranger on Sunday, June 3. 

  • Last week, two out-of-towners were arrested for shoplifting and assault. 
  • Police chase scooter across the village

    After a green and black scooter driving down Haseco Avenue allegedly zipped through the traffic backed up at Westchester Avenue on Tuesday, May 22, a patrolling Port Chester police officer followed him at 8:35 a.m. 

  • Gang attacks 2 P.C. men

    Two Port Chester residents were taking a walk to meet up with their friend at 11 p.m. on Friday, May 25, when they were allegedly attacked by a group of five men. 

  • ATM mischief

    While an 18-year-old’s grandparents were traveling to another country, he allegedly stole their debt card and spent more than $1,300. 

  • Blinging the pockets

    The jewelry at Kohl’s Department Store at 431 Boston Post Rd. was apparently irresistible for a 54-year-old woman who allegedly shoplifted three items on Friday, May 25. 

  • As Jessica Zhagui-Tepan was driving to her boyfriend’s home on Saturday, May 26, she allegedly picked up her cellphone to call him. 
  • When a group of Rye Brook teens allegedly had a party while their parents where gone on Thursday, May 17, they let the music get a little too loud. 

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