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Car capsizes on King
A black car lies upside down on King Street on the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 6, right outside of King Street Elementary School. Port Chester Police Lieutenant Charles Nielsen said as the driver was approaching the Betsy Brown Road intersection, they failed to notice the car in front of them was stopped to turn. The driver ended up clipping the bumper and flipping their own car. No one was hurt in the accident. Courtesy of Carolee Brakewood
  • Found the six-pack
at the laundromat

    An 18 Greenwood Ave. resident allegedly walked out of the Stop & Shop at 25 Waterfront Pl. on Friday, Feb. 15, without paying for a six-pack of Heineken.

  • After a third party allegedly saw a Toyota Camry crash into a pole on Tuesday, Feb. 19, they called Rye Brook police at 5:50 p.m.

  • After getting into an argument at Bambu Restaurant at 30 Broad St. on Friday, Feb. 15, a 39-year-old man allegedly smashed a drinking glass over a younger woman’s head.

  • Carting away the groceries

    Port Chester police were called to the Marshalls parking lot at 20 Waterfront Pl. on Sunday, Feb. 17, when a Stop & Shop employee had allegedly followed a shoplifter there.

  • A truck driver flagged down a patrolling Port Chester police officer on the corner of South Main Street and Purdy Avenue on Friday, Feb. 15, to allegedly call attention to a fight occurring toward Main Street.

  • A man renting a room in a shack on Palace Place allegedly came home intoxicated and infuriated on Tuesday, Feb. 12.

  • Port Chester police were dispatched to the area of Westchester Avenue and Main Street at 3:48 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, because a man allegedly called for help claiming he had just been jumped by a group of men.

  • Last week, four out-of-towners were charged for driving while under the influence of drugs, burglary and harassment.

  • Port Chester police to host first 2019
Coffee with a Cop community event

    The Port Chester Police Department is inviting residents to join them for their first 2019 Coffee with a Cop community discussion on Thursday, Feb. 21.

  • Grip on their tips

    A homeless woman allegedly distracted Roddy’s Pizza employees with casual conversation as she stole the contents of their tip jar on Monday, Feb. 4.

  • A man shopping at the DSW at 429 Boston Post Rd. allegedly left with three new pairs of unpaid-for shoes but without his cellphone and New York State identification card on Thursday, Feb. 7.

  • A 53-year-old Kohl’s Department Store employee was allegedly caught stealing clothing from her own place of employment on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

  • Port Chester police allegedly found a taxi driver intoxicated and asleep at the wheel while on the clock on Friday, Feb. 8.

  • As a Port Chester police officer was patrolling Adee Street on Sunday, Feb. 10, he allegedly saw a 5 Dock St. resident causing a scene outside of La Gratta at 3:55 a.m.

  • Two women allegedly tried to run away after stealing $673 worth of meat, seafood, diapers and various other groceries from the Waterfront Place Stop & Shop on Thursday, Feb. 7.

  • Shoplifter goes green

    A 57-year-old woman allegedly recycled a reusable shopping bag to shoplift $219 worth of groceries from the Waterfront Place Stop & Shop on Thursday, Jan. 31.

  • Charges at the
golden arches

    After hearing a suspicious car was parked in the McDonald’s parking lot at 321 Boston Post Rd. on Saturday, Feb. 2, Port Chester police headed over to check it out at around 4 p.m.

  • Port Chester police need help with their investigation regarding a car accident last week that resulted in a fatality.
  • Port Chester police were sent to check out the Poningo Street and Bush Avenue area at 9:08 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2, after they received a call about a man allegedly walking around naked.

  • The name game

    While patrolling North Main Street on Saturday, Feb. 2, a Port Chester police officer allegedly saw three homeless men gathered together drinking beer at 5:05 p.m.

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