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Unsolved House Fire Tops Mount Kisco Police Reports

Westchester County police are investigating a small house fire in Mount Kisco.
Westchester County police are investigating a small house fire in Mount Kisco. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- A small fire at a house in Mount Kisco is under investigation, according to police.

Firefighters and Westchester County police were called to a residence on East Ridge Lane around 9:40 a.m. Sunday, July 10.

The fire, however, had been put out by someone in the house before first responders arrived, police said.

A man and two children in the house were unharmed, police said.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

In other blotter items:

  • Tuesday, July 12 – Police were called to Carpenter Avenue to investigate a report of two men sitting in a car and drinking. The pair were gone by the time officers arrived.
  • A woman reported that her car, which was parked in a lot on Dakin Avenue, had been broken into. A flashlight, handicapped placard and $10 in quarters were taken.
  • A resident of Maple Avenue called to complain that several men were loudly arguing in the street. The responding officer spoke to the group and they dispersed peacefully.
  • Thursday, July 14 – A family dispute bought police to Northern Westchester Hospital. One of the combatants was escorted off hospital grounds.
  • An elderly woman who was experiencing shortness of breath was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital.
  • Friday, July 15 – Police responded to the Boys & Girls Club on Main Street following a report of an elderly woman who was having a possible stroke. The woman was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital.

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