North Street: A dangling license plate on a green Acura Legend led police to accuse a Bronx man of having obtained a stolen license plate. He bought it for $30 but suspected it was stolen, police said. He was also driving with a suspended license, police said. Charles K. Murphy, 27, of 1507 Givan Ave. was charged with two misdemeanors, petty larceny and unauthorized operation of a motor vehicle, as a result of the 4:46 p.m. Jan. 17 traffic stop. He was also charged with five traffic infractions related to driving the unregistered, uninsured car with improper plates, police said. The plate came back to a 2000 Ford. Murphy said he bought the plates from the fellow who sold him the Acura in Peekskill, police said. Murphy’s passenger, was found to have 12 grams of marijuana in plastic bag. Police charged Clifton R. Gillespie, 18, of 3760 Paulding St., the Bronx, with unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation
Myrtle Boulevard: Someone tried to get a loan using a Mamaroneck town woman’s identity. The amount of the loan was not reported. The woman learned of the attempt Jan. 27 from a credit collection agency. The fraud was reported Jan. 28. The case is being investigated.
Shore Acres Drive: An attempted burglary at a home was reported Jan. 31. The rear door was damaged, but no one got into the house.
Andrew Street: A car stolen from the Andrew Street lot on Jan. 23 was recovered in Port Chester Jan. 28. No one was arrested. The 2004 Ford Explorer was found on Townsend Street, empty. Condition unreported.
Pelhamdale Avenue: Someone stole a 2009 Lexus from a driveway between 8 p.m. Jan. 31 and 7:30 a.m. Feb. 1. No broken glass, foot or tire tracks were visible. The car owner had both set of keys.
Boulevard: AMEX Credit Services notified a Pelham resident Jan. 27 that someone tried to open an AMEX account using his personal information the day before. The attempted fraud was reported Jan. 29. No further information was available.
First Avenue: Someone purchased airline tickets using a stolen AMEX credit card number Jan 18. The fraud was reported Jan. 27.
Grace Church Street: One of two men following a 37-year-old Port Chester man jumped a snow pile, confronted him and said, “Hey friend, give me your wallet or I will kill you.” The robber did not display a weapon, but the victim, seeing the second man approaching, pulled out his wallet. The men made off with two debit cards, $40 cash and the victim’s identification card in the 10:18 p.m. Jan. 31 robbery.
Fellowship Lane: An anonymous call about two people smoking marijuana in a car in front of 5 Fellowship Lane resulted in the arrest of two 19-year-old cousins. Police said they found John and Kenneth Larywon, outside a 2002 Avalon around 9:30 p.m. Jan. 28. Kenneth Larywon had a glassine envelope sticking out of a pocket, police said, and the car smelled of marijuana. Several glassine envelopes with small amounts of marijuana were found in Kenneth’s pockets, 16 more in a glass jar in the car’s glove compartment and 22 more in the trunk. Six pills were found in a plastic bag in the car; their nature yet to be confirmed, police said. New Rochelle resident Kenneth Larywon of 44 Tulip Lane was charged with three misdemeanors: fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia. John Larywon of 5 Fellowship Lane, Rye Brook, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.