ARMONK, N.Y. – North Castle police were called to a home on Rockledge Road recently after a landlord there reported that his tenant was missing.
Stephen Grant told police on Monday, March 13, that the tenant was up to date on his rent, but his phone had been disconnected and no one had seen him, or his car, for nearly a month.
The officer conducted a welfare check at the apartment but reported not being able to make contact with the tenant.
There were no new developments as of Sunday, March 19, police said.
In other police blotter items:
- Saturday, March 11: A man walked into the police station to complain about a suspicious vehicle that he had seen parking near his home on Old Orchard Street. He told police that the person driving a black Mercedes appeared to be following him. Police said the man turned out to be someone who had been hired by the state workers' compensation board to investigate the complainant.
- Sunday, March 12 : State police called to say they had received a report of an intruder at a home on Byram Ridge Road North. Someone in the household had called to say family members had locked themselves in a bedroom after hearing someone in the house. Moments after the call went out to all units, the family called back to say that there was no intruder and that everything was fine.
- Tuesday, March 14 : Police were called around 9:40 p.m. after a man was found sleeping in a hallway of an office building on Business Park Drive. The man told officers that he had been stranded because of the blizzard. They gave him a ride to the North White Plains train station.
- Wednesday, March 15 : Police raced to a home on Leisure Farm Drive around 3 p.m. after a woman called to say her daughter just had come home and had heard people in the house. There shouldn’t have been anyone in the house, the woman told police. The daughter waited at the end of the street for police and her mother to arrive. Police determined that the men were part of a crew that had been contracted to work on a neighbor’s residence and had mistakenly gone to the wrong address. Police said the men’s story checked out.