Northport Police Blotter: Intoxicated Walking, Phone Scam

Northport Village Police blotter.
April 22

A complainant reported that her neighbor who lives below her has been doing strange things to her that are causing her to become alarmed.She went on further to state he leaves items on her steps after she has thrown them away, flipped her statues upside down that are outside, turned her hot water off when she showers and believes he keyed her car in the past but has no proof. The undersigned officer advised the complainant to install a home security camera to determine if it is him. The complainant did not wish for police to speak with him at this time. A report was filed for informational purposes only.

April 26
Ocean Avenue

Complainant into headquarters to report possibly being followed by her ex-boyfriend. Complainant stated she was possibly followed to Target in Commack and believes it might be her ex-boyfriends friends. She further stated that they broke up over three years ago and has not heard from him since. Complainant requested the incident be documented for information purposes. No further police action necessary.

Scudder Avenue
Responded to a report of a suspicious male walking and trying doors. Undersigned observed subject walking in the area matching the description given by the complainant. Officer also interviewed the complainant and determined the subject was the person in question. The man said was lost and looking for a friend. After an investigation undersigned did determine that the subject was not involved in any criminal activity. Due to the level of the subjects level of intoxication, undersigned procured a taxi for the subject to return home.

Fort Salonga Road
Responded to the above location for a report of a suspicious intoxicated male walking in the road. Upon arrival, the officer d located the listed subject walking on the sidewalk in front of his residence. The subject stated his was walking home from work and the subject was able to accomplish the same without incident.

April 27
Fort Salonga Road
Complainant reports receiving a phone call from a male claiming that his grandson had been arrested and had drugs in his car. The caller requested the complainants bank account numbers so he could pay his bail. Complainant gave out his information but realized something wasn’t right and contacted his bank and put a hold on the account as nothing has been withdrawn. Officer advised complainant and his son to go
to their bank and open all new accounts.

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