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Sword Fight, Apparent Robbery At Knifepoint Top Mount Kisco Police Reports

Westchester County Policere respond to a report of an apparent robbery at knifepoint on Lundy Lane.
Westchester County Policere respond to a report of an apparent robbery at knifepoint on Lundy Lane. Photo Credit: File

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Westchester County Police responded to an argument between roommates, when one which struck the other with a decorative sword, causing injuries to victims hand.

The fight began on Friday, Sept. 25 at 1 a.m., where the injured roommate received an order of protection and the aggressor was charged with charged with Assault 2nd Degree.

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, about 2 p.m. officers responded to a report that an elderly woman had fallen in her front yard and needed help. The woman told the officer who responded that she had been weeding and had not fallen down.

Westchester County Police responded to a parking lot on Main Street on the night of Sunday, Sept. 20, after a man called to say he feared that three men were going to steal his motorcycle. The man told officers that a white BMW with three men inside had circled the area around him in the lot and appeared to be eyeing his motorcycle. The man then took out his cell phone and began filming the BMW.

As officers were speaking with him, the BMW returned. The driver told officers he was circling the lot because a fourth friend had gone into a local deli and they were waiting for him to come out. The driver was angry that the motorcycle operator had begun yelling at him and filming him and said he had returned to ask the man what his problem was. All parties were advised to go their separate ways.

On Saturday, Sept. 19, about 11:20 p.m., a man claims he was robbed at knifepoint on Lundy Lane. The victim said he was approached by a white male, who yelled “give me your money.” The victim also stated that the man swiped at his stomach area with a 6-inch knife. The victim said he knocked the knife from the man’s hand and ran to Grove Street, where he called 911. Officers searched the area but could not locate the suspect. The case remains under investigation.

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