Port Chester police reported the following incidents throughout the village:
- A 72-year-old Port Chester man told police that a two-and-a-half-foot-tall "lawn jockey" was stolen from in front of his Soundview Street home on on Thursday. The statue, painted burgandy and white, had been in front of his home for many years. The man told police he'd had a recent dispute with local teens, but police were uncertain whether there was any connection to the theft.
- The owner of a property at Westchester Avenue and New Broad Street told police that someone illegally dumped about a dozen old windows on his property. The owner discovered the windows about 8 a.m. Thursday when he tried to park his car — the windows were in his parking spot.
- A 35-year-old Port Chester man was issued tickets for unlicensed driving and vehicle registration problems about 9:21 a.m. Thursday after his white Chevy van was stopped by village police. An police officer spotted many ladders and other equipment attached to the van, but the vehicle did not have commercial license plates. The van was also towed away by police.
- A 25-year-old Port Chester man was charged with disorderly conduct after police responded to a noise complaint at 4:41 a.m. Thursday on South Regent Street. Police said they found the man yelling from a window and tossing his clothes out the window. When told to lower his voice, police said the man went outside and tossed his clothes back in the window.
However, police said the man moved over to Drew Street, where many senior citizens live, and continued yelling. At this point, the man was cited for disorderly conduct, a violation.