NEW ROCHELLE – A 48-year-old New Rochelle woman had a $600 gold cross chain taken as she walked with her 12-year-old daughter Friday night, New Rochelle Police Capt. Joseph Schaller said.
A male dressed in a white tank top, and blue jeans who was standing at a bus stop at Main Street and Pintard Avenue noticed the two, grabbed the chain and ran south on Pintard.
Also from the New Rochelle Police blotter.
- A 17-year-old was able to hold onto her cell phone after a male tried to take it from her as she walked on Franklin Avenue Friday night.
- A GPS device worth $1,000, computer chips, loose change, $25 in cash and a guitar were taken from three unlocked cars parked in the vicinity of Aberfoyle Road, Argyle Avenue and Rosedale Drive on Sunday. Police believe the incidents may be connected, Schaller said.
- A 2012 Highlander was taken from 89 Aberfoyle Road on Sunday. The owner said he left a key in his beach bag in the car. There was no evidence of broken glass or forced entry.
- Hugo Santizo, 44, who gave two New Rochelle addresses, was charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor, for allegedly trying to use a store receipt to obtain additional items Saturday.
- Maurice Williams, 30, of 209 Franklin Ave., Apt. 5, Mount Vernon, was also charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor, for allegedly trying to use a receipt to get additional items from a store in a separate incident Sunday.