Apawamis Avenue: Update: This case was fully resolved with a disorderly conduct plea, a violation. A violation is not considered a crime. The plea was entered in October.
A 22-year-old New Hampshire woman was accused of fabricating a story of robbery and assault to explain her ringing a family’s doorbell at 4 a.m. Tuesday. Police said Corey L. Krongard of Strafford told police she had been assaulted and robbed when an Apawamis Avenue family called 911 after being awakened by the woman at their door. Police traced the woman back to Waters Edge where she and two other New Hampshire young women were staying with a 62-year-old man who said he had met them on the Internet. Krongard was checked out at White Plains Hospital Center for some bruises, which police said were not indicative of an assault. She was charged with two misdemeanors, third-degree falsely reporting an incident and obstructing governmental administration. No one else was charged. The 62-year-old man at whose apartment she was staying posted her $500 bail.
Forest Avenue: A camera was stolen from the hood of a car when it was momentarily left unattended in Rye Town Park on Sept. 23. The theft was reported Sept. 24.
Waters Edge: Two Trek bicycles were reported stolen from the garage area of apartments Friday. It was not known when the bikes, which had been locked to a rack, were stolen.
Milton School: A school custodian found the front steps of the Hewlett Avenue building covered in roofing shingles Sunday morning. Police said someone climbing onto the roof and throwing off shingles has been a recurring problem.
Grace Church Street: Someone stole a bicycle from a home’s garage between Sept. 20 and 23.