WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Two White Plains housemates returned from shopping Sunday evening and found a stranger asleep on their bed.
The Quarropas St. residents told police they noticed something was off when they saw half-eaten food strewn across the kitchen counter that had been in the refrigerator when they left.
The pair checked their apartment for an intruder and discovered a Springfield, Mass., man asleep in their bed. Officers say the residents called police after they were unable to rouse James Mahoney, 38.
Police arrested Mahoney and charged him with one count of second-degree criminal trespass, a misdemeanor.
Other news from the police blotter includes:
- A Rye woman was arrested and charged with one count of third-degree criminal mischief, a felony, after a man told police he saw her key a car.
Officers arrived at the intersection of Maple and Greenridge avenues around 5:30 p.m. Sunday. A witness pointed police toward Kyle Gibson, 42, and confirmed that she was the woman he saw keying the driver's side of a Tuckahoe man's 2011 Ford Fusion parked nearby.
- A Shelton, Conn., man was arrested early Sunday morning after police reported seeing him get kicked out of the Brazen Fox Saloon and refuse to stay out of the bar.
Officers say Oleg Kushnir, 24, pushed Brazen Fox security guards in an attempt to regain entrance to the Mamaroneck Avenue bar. Officers asked him to leave and Oleg replied, saying, "What? What are you going to do?" according to police reports.
Police told him he would be arrested if he didn't leave. Kushnir laughed and repeated his earlier statements.
He then allegedly attempted to sneak past the guards a second time. Officers responded by arresting him and charging him with one count of disorderly conduct.
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