PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. The Pleasantville Police Department arrested a juvenile Pleasantville resident and charged the male with assault. On Saturday, Feb. 18, shortly after 9 p.m., the 17-year-old allegedly assaulted a 15-year-old male from Hawthorne, punching him multiple times in the face and stomach while the two were at the Pleasantville train station. After an investigation into the incident, the Pleasantville male turned himself into police Sunday in the presence of his mother and was arrested and processed at department headquarters on Wheeler Avenue.
Stolen Vehicle Recovered: While on patrol, a Pleasantville police officer discovered a black Jeep parked on Sunnyside Avenue during the morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 15 which matched the description of a stolen vehicle. After calling the plate number, it was determined that the vehicle was recently stolen in Mt. Kisco. The car was subsequently towed from the location and returned to its owner, a Mt. Kisco resident, police said. An investigation into an arrest for the stolen vehicle is ongoing.
Damaged Mailbox: In the early morning of Friday, Feb. 17, a Pleasantville resident on Lake Street reported that their mailbox had been damaged during the overnight hours. Police report that tire marks were seen near the mailbox and that the property was likely damaged by a vehicle, causing around $200 worth of damage. No arrest has been made.
Suspicious Person: Around 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, a resident on Great Oak Lane reported seeing a suspicious person on a neighbor's property. The Pleasantville resident reported to police that the individual left the scene as his neighbors arrived home. Police report that the individual was not apprehended and determined it was a possible break-in attempt.
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