SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- A resident of Old Lyme Road reportedly found a pair of adult shorts with a bag of 2.75 grams of crack cocaine inside, Wednesday.
The Scarsdale Police Department reported to the scene.
This story will be updated as information becomes available.
The following items were also reported by the Scarsdale Police Department:
A Toyota parked on Fairview Road was broken into Friday. The drivers side window of the vehicle was broken and a GPS and an iPod Touch was taken from the center console.
There are no suspects in this case.
A Scarsdale resident returned home to find a window screen in the back of her home damaged and saw items on her kitchen counter knocked over and out of place, last week.
When police arrived they found that no other room had been tampered with. After further inspection, the homeowner found yellow liquid on the kitchen counter and small holes in a plastic bag containing bread crumbs.
Scarsdale police believe that a small animal was the home intruder.
Graffiti described as offensive was spray painted on a shed at Edgewood Elementary School last week. The graffiti was covered with paint before the Scarsdale Police Department arrived on scene. Extra drive bys were requested for the area, according the Scarsdale police.
A babysitter at a residence on Park Road reported looking out of the kitchen window and seeing a man walking through the backyard, Thursday.
The babysitter told police that when she made eye contact with the man, he bolted. But when police arrived they did not find anyone fitting the description of a 30-to-40-year-old Hispanic man wearing khaki shorts, a button down black-checked shirt and a buzzcut.
Two separate reports were filed with the Scarsdale police that egging occurred on Bell Road.
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