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'Rear Window' Report Leads To Police Discovery In Mount Kisco

Two calls in Mount Kisco show that not all police calls are violent.
Two calls in Mount Kisco show that not all police calls are violent. Photo Credit: Westchester County Police

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Not all 911 calls for police are guns and drugs and violent encounters and two recent calls handled by Westchester County Police in Mount Kisco prove just that.

A resident of Gregory Avenue called 911 to report a burglary in progress on Friday, June 23, telling dispatchers that someone was trying to break into his apartment through a rear window.

Officers rushed to the scene and did indeed find a man at the rear window; it was the building superintendent putting in a new screen.

Two days earlier, on Wednesday, June 21, a resident of Willets Road called late at night to report that someone was repeatedly ringing his doorbell and running away.

Officers checked the property and nearby yards for the mischief-makers to no avail. As they were speaking with the resident on his front porch, the doorbell began ringing by itself. An electrical malfunction, not pranksters, was the cause.

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