PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. The Pleasantville Police Department activity blotter reports multiple crimes and arrests for various incidents. Here is a quick listing of some of the current activity for the past week.
On November 29, a stolen cell phone was reported at Pleasantville Middle School. The cell phone was stolen from a students locker and never recovered. No arrest has been made.
On November 28, officers from the Pleasantville police responded to a false alarm of a reported larceny at the Pleasantville Cottage School. Three bicycles were reported stolen, yet they were shortly returned before police arrived on scene.
Pleasantville police arrested a 38-year-old male from Poughkeepsie, New York for driving with a suspended license on November 28. The police responded after a minor one-car accident. No foul play was determined in the accident.
On November 30, Pleasantville police responded to a criminal mischief call on Cooley Street. A Pleasantville woman reported that yogurt was smeared on her car while it was parked on Cooley. No permanent damage was done to the vehicle and no arrest has been made.
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