SCARSDALE, N.Y. – A Port Chester man turned himself in to Scarsdale police Thursday on a bench warrant, according to a police report.
Thomas N. Barr, 44, surrendered on a Feb. 27 charge of second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Scarsdale detectives followed up on the warrant last week and told Barr to surrender at the Scarsdale Police Department.
No other criminal history was found during a computer check on Barr, though he advised officers that he had prior arrests concerning domestic incidents, the report says.
Justice John H. Galloway III arraigned Barr and released him on his own recognizance. He is due Wednesday morning in Scarsdale Village Court.
The following items also were reported by Scarsdale police:
Tree Cut Down: A Ridgecrest North resident reported Saturday that a tree in his backyard had been cut down by his neighbor’s landscaping crew. Officers told the resident that this would be a civil matter, and documented the complaint for the record. Both parties told the police that they would try to reach an amicable resolution.
Lost Wallet: A Fox Meadow Road resident reported that she lost her wallet between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Her last recollection of having the wallet was at The Westchester mall in White Plains. She then drove to Scarsdale, parked on Chase Road and went to her business office. She left her wallet inside her unlocked car with about $100, 10 bank cards and various papers. Police told her to alert them if unauthorized charges are made on her bank cards.