GREENBURGH, N.Y. - Greenburgh police responded to a call from a Granada Crescent resident Feb. 15 at 10:20 p.m. after she heard something breaking outside.
When the woman looked out the window, she saw a black sedan pulling away in the vicinity of where her 2010 Honda Accord was parked. She then noticed her windshield and front driver's side window were broken. An IPad that was on the front seat of the car was also missing.
There was no description of any suspects and police have no leads in the incident.
In other police news:
Dead Dog: Police received a report of two individuals dragging an unknown object in the woods on Taxter Road in Irvington Feb. 13 at 10 a.m. Persons interviewed said their dog had died and they wanted to bury it in the Taxter Road Nature Preserve. Parties advised to take dog to an animal hospital for proper disposal.
More than Caffeine: On Feb. 14 at 5:20 p.m., a police officer observed a vehicle backed into a parking space in the rear of a lot off Virginia Road. Upon approaching the vehicle the officer smelled marijuana. Tucked into the passenger seat was a grinder for grinding marijuana and a Coca Cola can that had been altered and is commonly used for concealing marijuana and other narcotics. Inside the can was two baggies containing marijuana. A 20-year-old Yonkers man charged with a violation of unlawful possession of marijuana.
Reckless Driving: Police received a report of dirt bikes riding up and down Payne Street Feb. 15 at 7:50 p.m. Officer observed a dirt bike ride through Massarro Park and pass on to a sidewalk before exiting on Payne Street. A police car followed the bike as it attempted to cut through a wooded area and got stuck on a branch. A 19-year-old Elmsford resident issued several violations.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.