GREENBURGH, N.Y. Two separate incidents of heroin possession and other drugs were reported by Greenburgh police last week.
On Tuesday, police arrested Bret Oleet, 26, of Ossining, and Lauren Rolando, 19, of Katonah, and charged them both with criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic instrument, both misdemeanors.
Police stopped a car for speeding on Tuesday at 3 p.m. on Grasslands Road in Valhalla. Upon approaching the car, police saw a hypodermic syringe and an envelope in plain sight containing what they believed was heroin, according to police reports. Oleet and Rolando were both arrested and taken to the Greenburgh Police Department.
During a routine impound inventory of the car, police said they found an additional 28 envelopes containing what they believe to be heroine and one clear plastic bag containing what they believe to be cocaine.
On Wednesday, police stopped a car for speeding on the Sprain Brook Parkway around 4 p.m. After doing a license check on Madona Gamezardashvili, 36, of Mahopac, police found her license had been suspended. Gamezardashvili was arrested, while her car was impounded.
During the routine impound inventory of the car, police found four envelopes containing heroin and one pill marked as buprenorphine, according to police reports. Gamezardashvili was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, both misdemeanors, police said.
The following incidents were also reported by Greenburgh Police:
Petit Larceny: The store manager of Wine and Liquor, 393 Tarrytown Road, told police a man had entered the store Tuesday at 7 p.m and stole a bottle of brandy. The man entered a blue vehicle with the New York license plate FBT 5544 and fled east on Tarrytown Road, police said. The incident was captured on video surveillance but police have not found the suspect.
Grand Larceny: Police are looking for a suspect who stole a New York State Benefits card from a Greenburgh woman.
The woman told police that her friend came to her home on Tuesday at 8 p.m. asking the woman for money. The woman left for the bathroom, and when she returned to the room, found that her benefit card was missing from the television stand where she left it, police said. The woman called to cancel the card and found that it had been used at Camile's Meat Store, 150 Lake St.in While Plains.
The woman told police the suspect is homeless and lives out of her car.