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  • Port Chester police rushed to a Willett Avenue home at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, after receiving a call indicating a suicidal man had fired gunshots within the house.

  • Over the line

    After Port Chester police pulled over a 65-year-old driving a white Nissan Rogue for alleged traffic violations on Monday, Oct. 1, they also allegedly recovered hard drugs from the driver.

  • Not a valid parking spot

    When Revia Cohen thought she was parking her Grey Lexus on Tuesday, Oct. 2, she allegedly drove most of it onto a Quintard Drive lawn.

  • A patrolling Port Chester police officer allegedly saw Ismael Alexander Baneco Ramirez lingering after getting kicked out of Jomas Tavern on Westchester Avenue on Monday, Oct. 8, so he kept an eye on him to make sure he didn’t try to regain entry.

  • A 41-year-old man allegedly fell asleep in the Oak and Grove Public Parking Lot on Wednesday, Oct. 3, so Port Chester police went to investigate at 7:36 p.m.

  • Port Chester police decided to inquire when they observed a shirtless man allegedly shouting at a parking meter on Willett Avenue for no apparent reason at 1:49 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

  • When a large group was congregating outside of 45 Traverse Ave. at 3:53 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7, several Port Chester police officers stopped by to break the group up.

  • As a Port Chester police officer was patrolling Grace Church Street on Wednesday, Oct. 3, he saw a man drinking from what appeared to be a large beer bottle at around 8 a.m.

  • Last week, five out-of-towners were charged for child endangerment, shoplifting and possessing drugs.

  • Irritated on Irving Avenue

    After two women allegedly got into a fight in an apartment complex on Irving Avenue on Saturday, Sept. 29, Port Chester police were called to the unit at 2:16 a.m.

  • He felt that belt

    As a man was leaning over to plug his cellphone in next to the statue in front of 22 Don Bosco Pl. on Saturday, Sept. 29, someone allegedly ran up to him and wiped him right above his eye.

  • Blocked by a cop

    Port Chester police drove after a 52-year-old woman at 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, after she allegedly drove her white Ford Escort onto a sidewalk in Summerfield Park before turning onto Willett Avenue.

  • After ordering a custom juice at the coffee bar at Whole Foods, a 39-year-old allegedly continued to ask the cashier for a brown bag which he would use to conceal King Crab legs, sirloin steak and lobster tails on Saturday, Sept. 29.

  • 3 is the number of 26- to 57-year-olds arrested in the last two weeks for urinating in public on Townsend Street, East Broadway and Palace Place. 
  • No fault in assault,  but contained some cocaine

    Someone called Port Chester police at 3:33 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 17, claiming they witnessed a man in a plaid shirt attack another person around Westchester Avenue, then got into a grey Mercedes Benz and drove away.

  • That’s not vinegar

    A 67 Elmont Ave. resident did buy groceries at the Restaurant Depot on Wednesday, Sept. 19, but first he allegedly tried to trick the cashier by concealing more expensive items within cheaper merchandise boxes.

  • A flasher disaster

    Two women called Port Chester police on Saturday morning, Sept. 22, concerned after a man was allegedly driving erratically while exposing his genitalia to them.

  • Stopped for a sit

    Port Chester police were called to the Waterfront at Port Chester plaza at 11:55 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, after receiving a phone call stating someone was parked outside of Bed Bath & Beyond on the third floor in a BMW that did not belong to him.

  • A group of people hanging out on Poningo Street on Sunday, Sept. 23, caught a patrolling Port Chester police officer’s attention at 7 p.m. when some of them appeared to be drinking.

  • Three women were allegedly blowing marijuana smoke outside their car window around Westchester Avenue and Waterfront Place on Saturday, Sept. 22, causing a witness to call Port Chester police at 1:40 p.m.

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