GREENBURGH, N.Y. – An employee at the Hartsdale Best Buy is accused of stealing more than $15,000 through fraudulent product returns and markdowns in early 2013.
Greenburgh police arrested John Caamano, 27, of the Bronx, on March 9 after store managers reported he had been stealing money between December 2012 and March 2013, police said.
Caamano was charged with third-degree grancy larceny, a felony.
Police also reported the following items:
- Luis F. Zhungo, 27, of White Plains was charged with a felony DWI on March 11 after police stopped his car near Greenburgh Town Hall, police said. Police reported he suffered a minor laceration to his head after trying to stand and then falling to the floor while in a holding cell.
- One Penny Lane homeowner reported on March 8 spotting footprints around their house and evidence that someone had tried to use a broom to pry open a sliding glass door.
- A 47-year-old man reported on March 6 his MacBook Pro, iPad, camera and Galaxy 3 phone had been stolen from his car while it was parked on Ethelton Road.
- A 29-year-old woman reported her iPhone had been stolen while she was at a Central Avenue store on March 6.
- Cerbone Pizza on Tarrytown Road reported on March 6 that two men stole used cooking oil from a container outside the restaurant.
- A man stole a $160 drill from Grainger on Saw Miller River Road on March 6, the store reported.
- Kennedy Construction reported on March 5 that someone had stolen some equipment on Winding Farm Road.
- Police killed an aggressive and potentially rabid raccoon on March 5 on Catskill Place, with police reporting it took 12 shots for the animal to die.
- Someone started a fire in a plastic garbage can in a boys' bathroom at Woodlands High School.
- March 4 before pulling a fire alarm. Greenburgh firefighters extinguished the fire and reported only the can was damaged.
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