PORT CHESTER, N.Y. - Port Chester Police arrested and charged a Rye Brook woman with petit larceny, a misdemeanor, for allegedly attempting to shoplift about $340 in jewelry from Kohl's in Port Chester.
According to Port Chester Lt. James Ladeairous, on Saturday, April 7th, Robin Rattner, 50, of Rye Brook, was spotted by Kohl's surveillance placing multiple items of jewelery into her purse. After Rattner approached the register and only paid for one item, a Kohl's security person stopped her and reportedly found three pairs of sterling silver earrings and two bracelet charms in her purse.
Rattner was charged with petit larceny and released on $500 bail.
In other news from the Police Blotter:
-On Friday, April 6th at 9:41 p.m., a manager of the Stop and Shop grocery store located on the Waterfront reported seeing three youths take a red motorized handicapped shopping cart from the store. The cart was valued at approximately $1,000-1,500.
-On Monday, April 9th at 6:00 p.m. a 58-year-old Irving Avenue store owner reported that he was assaulted by two black males after attempting to break up an altercation. The store owner stated that the first man, about 6 feet tall with braids or dreadlocks, pushed him through the storefront glass window while the second man, about 5-foot-six and bald, punched him in the face. The owner did not need medical attention.
-A resident of Haynes Boulevard reportedly caught three Port Chester youths, ages 12, 13, and 14, rummaging through his 2002 Infinity vehicle at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday. According to police, nothing was taken from the vehicle.
-A 30-year-old Port Chester female was admitted to Greenwich Hospital after reportedly being assaulted on Poningo Street 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. The suspect was reportedly a thin, tall, black male with facial hair. Police say the woman hit her head on the pavement after being pushed down two steps. The suspect, who stole the woman's purse, was wearing a gray and blue hoodie and fled on a black bicycle.
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