SCARSDALE, N.Y. New York City Police arrested a White Plains man Thursday in the Bronx on a bench warrant from Scarsdale Police.
Terrell Lamont Thigpen, 26, was wanted in Scarsdale on a charge of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, Scarsdale Police Department Spokesperson Lt. Thomas Altizio said.
The warrant for Thigpen had been issued April 6, according to a Scarsdale Police report. Thigpen was arrested on an unrelated charge in the Bronx by New York City Police, was arraigned there Friday, and then released to Scarsdale Police. Thigpen was brought to Scarsdale Friday night, booked and arraigned in village court, where bail was set at $500. Thigpen was held in lieu of bail at the Westchester County Department of Corrections and was due in court Wednesday.
The following items were also reported in the Scarsdale Police blotter from Monday, Feb. 13 through Tuesday, Feb. 21:
- An Oak Way resident told police she received a bill from Bill Me Later for $2,448.12 from a Hewlett Packard purchase placed Feb. 2. The woman told police she did not order the merchandise, nor did she ever open a Bill Me Later account. She also told police she received a FedEx delivery notification on her door Feb. 3 that she signed, allowing them to leave the package on the porch, but she did not receive a package. The woman said she contacted FedEx and was told two packages had been delivered Feb. 13, but, she said, she did not see any packages arrive.
- Also, on Friday, A Walworth Avenue woman reported identity theft involving a charity for which she is treasurer. She told police that on Feb. 5, she was informed by Chase Bank that two checks each for $2,500 were cashed at a Chase branch in Illinois, and that the signature on the checks matched her on-file signature. The woman told police the checks bearing the numbers on the fraudulent checks were still in her checkbook.
- A Bronx man in Scarsdale to referee a basketball game Feb. 11 reported Tuesday that his belongings were taken from an unlocked classroom at Immaculate Heart of Mary, 208 Boulevard, between 6 and 7 p.m. Missing items included $200 in cash, an iPhone valued at $200 and a clock radio valued at $40.
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