Cold Spring Police Blotter

July and August 2016

The following summary is based on a written report presented to the Cold Spring Village Board on Sept. 13 by Officer-in-Charge George Kane.

There were 101 calls for service, including one related to fraud, one noise complaint, four ambulance requests, a domestic dispute, two fires, five harassment complaints, three reports of property damage, one reckless driving and five suspicious persons. Officers also issued 146 parking tickets and 28 traffic tickets, including five for speeding.

Officers made two arrests:

On July 4, toward the end of Independence Day celebrations, Bruce T. McMasters, 43, of Cold Spring was charged with third-degree assault related to an incident as he exited the Cold Spring Boat Club. He was arraigned and held on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.

On July 24, two arrests were made after an incident at a village restaurant. Walesca Ambroise, 24, of Brentwood was charged with resisting arrest, second-degree harassment and disorderly conduct. She was arraigned and posted $1,000 cash bail. Yanique Palmer, 28, of Brooklyn was also charged with disorderly conduct.

There were 82 calls for service, including two related to fraud, three for criminal impersonation, one noise complaint, three ambulance requests, a domestic dispute, two reports of property damage, two reckless driving reports, three suspicious persons and one trespass.

Officers made no arrests. They issued 125 parking tickets and 39 traffic tickets, including 11 for speeding.

Editor’s Note: If you are named in this blotter, and the charges were dismissed or reduced, or if you were acquitted, please e-mail [email protected] We will verify and add a note to the entry. It is helpful if you provide documentation.

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