Mt. Pleasant Police Department New York

Mt. Pleasant Police Department    New York Paul J. Oliva, Chief of Police

Operating as usual

Residents living in the area of Locust Rd in Pleasantville will notice that the Yield Sign at the intersection of Foshay...
12/17/2021

Residents living in the area of Locust Rd in Pleasantville will notice that the Yield Sign at the intersection of Foshay Ave and Locust Rd has been changed to a Stop Sign, per Town Resolution 206-40.

Residents living in the area of Locust Rd in Pleasantville will notice that the Yield Sign at the intersection of Foshay Ave and Locust Rd has been changed to a Stop Sign, per Town Resolution 206-40.

§ 206-17 Town of Mt. Pleasant Snow OrdinanceTo avoid congestion and facilitate the removal of snow and ice from Town hig...
12/14/2021

§ 206-17 Town of Mt. Pleasant Snow Ordinance

To avoid congestion and facilitate the removal of snow and ice from Town highways, no vehicle shall be parked, stored or left standing unattended by a person capable of operating it for a period longer than necessary to load or unload passengers or freight, on any Town highway in the unincorporated areas of the Town of Mount Pleasant, between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the period from the first day of December to the first day of April.

§ 206-17 Town of Mt. Pleasant Snow Ordinance

To avoid congestion and facilitate the removal of snow and ice from Town highways, no vehicle shall be parked, stored or left standing unattended by a person capable of operating it for a period longer than necessary to load or unload passengers or freight, on any Town highway in the unincorporated areas of the Town of Mount Pleasant, between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the period from the first day of December to the first day of April.

Advisory: Lakeview Avenue Railroad Crossing will be closed for emergency drainage repair on Tuesday November 30, 2021Dea...
11/30/2021

Advisory: Lakeview Avenue Railroad Crossing will be closed for emergency drainage repair on Tuesday November 30, 2021

Dear Nixle User,
The Lakeview Avenue Railroad Crossing will be closed for emergency drainage repair by the railroad tracks on Tuesday November 30, 2021 from approximately 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Please plan to use an alternate route during this time to avoid delays.

We apologize for any inconvenience this necessary repair may cause you. We will do our best to complete the repairs in a safe, efficient and timely manner.

Please contact the Highway Department office with any further questions and/or concerns (914) 769-1045.

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Advisory: Lakeview Avenue Railroad Crossing will be closed for emergency drainage repair on Tuesday November 30, 2021

Dear Nixle User,
The Lakeview Avenue Railroad Crossing will be closed for emergency drainage repair by the railroad tracks on Tuesday November 30, 2021 from approximately 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Please plan to use an alternate route during this time to avoid delays.

We apologize for any inconvenience this necessary repair may cause you. We will do our best to complete the repairs in a safe, efficient and timely manner.

Please contact the Highway Department office with any further questions and/or concerns (914) 769-1045.

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The Mt. Pleasant Police Department sends our heartfelt condolences to Sgt. Carroll of the Rye Brook Police Department, t...
11/29/2021

The Mt. Pleasant Police Department sends our heartfelt condolences to Sgt. Carroll of the Rye Brook Police Department, the members of the Thornwood Fire Department, and the entire Carroll family on the tragic loss of their son, Firefighter Sean Carroll who passed away Thanksgiving morning.

"The Rye Brook Police Department mourns the loss of Sean Carroll who died in a fire that broke out in his home in Thornwood early Thanksgiving morning. Sean Carroll is the son of Rye Brook Police Sergeant Richard Carroll.
First responding fire department members were able to evacuate Sean’s mom, Teresa Carroll, and brother Connor Carroll, who were asleep during the time of the fire. Sean’s father was on duty working the overnight shift at the Rye Brook Police Department.
Sadly, Sean who was asleep in the basement, passed away. He was 26 years old.
Sean was a firefighter with the Thornwood Fire Department.
Sean’s brother Matt is also a member of the Thornwood Fire Department and is an FDNY firefighter.
In addition to the tragic loss of Sean, the Carroll’s have been displaced by the house fire. A fundraiser has been set up by the Rye Brook Police Benevolent Association in an effort to support the Carroll family during this difficult time.
All funds will go directly to the Carroll family.
Thank you for your support."

https://fundthefirst.com/campaign/rye-brook-pba-fundraiser-for-sean-carroll-thornwood-fd-re0ms8?fbclid=IwAR3tkqXXHrmXgtEKI770ESo5AnvF7U0jiLYgtH7UbcYPu2-H9tnL0WbJv14

The Mt. Pleasant Police Department sends our heartfelt condolences to Sgt. Carroll of the Rye Brook Police Department, the members of the Thornwood Fire Department, and the entire Carroll family on the tragic loss of their son, Firefighter Sean Carroll who passed away Thanksgiving morning.

"The Rye Brook Police Department mourns the loss of Sean Carroll who died in a fire that broke out in his home in Thornwood early Thanksgiving morning. Sean Carroll is the son of Rye Brook Police Sergeant Richard Carroll.
First responding fire department members were able to evacuate Sean’s mom, Teresa Carroll, and brother Connor Carroll, who were asleep during the time of the fire. Sean’s father was on duty working the overnight shift at the Rye Brook Police Department.
Sadly, Sean who was asleep in the basement, passed away. He was 26 years old.
Sean was a firefighter with the Thornwood Fire Department.
Sean’s brother Matt is also a member of the Thornwood Fire Department and is an FDNY firefighter.
In addition to the tragic loss of Sean, the Carroll’s have been displaced by the house fire. A fundraiser has been set up by the Rye Brook Police Benevolent Association in an effort to support the Carroll family during this difficult time.
All funds will go directly to the Carroll family.
Thank you for your support."

https://fundthefirst.com/campaign/rye-brook-pba-fundraiser-for-sean-carroll-thornwood-fd-re0ms8?fbclid=IwAR3tkqXXHrmXgtEKI770ESo5AnvF7U0jiLYgtH7UbcYPu2-H9tnL0WbJv14

Become a volunteer!  Give back to your community!
11/26/2021

Become a volunteer! Give back to your community!

The new 7601 and 7603 “the twins” are officially in service! Be sure to look out for them around town. Interested in serving your community? Visit pleasantvillevac.org to learn more! 🚑🚑

11/26/2021

The sign says it all. 😏🚨🚑

Amongst all of the other yard signs posted during this election season, don’t forget to take a peek at ours and the opportunities we offer!

Message us with any questions, and/or head on over to www.valhallavac.org for more information and applications.

The new 37-Medic-1 paramedic truck.
11/26/2021

The new 37-Medic-1 paramedic truck.

Once again the Mt. Pleasant PBA is collecting Toys For Tots.  New unwrapped toys can be dropped off at MPPD HQ now throu...
11/24/2021

Once again the Mt. Pleasant PBA is collecting Toys For Tots. New unwrapped toys can be dropped off at MPPD HQ now through December 15th, from 7am-11pm.

Once again the Mt. Pleasant PBA is collecting Toys For Tots. New unwrapped toys can be dropped off at MPPD HQ now through December 15th, from 7am-11pm.

MPPD Child Seat Inspection Station will be open this Saturday, 11/27, 10am-2pm
11/24/2021

MPPD Child Seat Inspection Station will be open this Saturday, 11/27, 10am-2pm

MPPD Child Seat Inspection Station will be open this Saturday, 11/27, 10am-2pm

Car seats and boosters provide protection for infants and children in a crash, yet car crashes are a leading cause of de...
11/23/2021
Car Seats and Booster Seats | NHTSA

Car seats and boosters provide protection for infants and children in a crash, yet car crashes are a leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13. That's why it's so important to choose and use the right car seat correctly every time your child is in the car. It is also important that it is installed properly.

Mt Pleasant PD offers Child Seat Safety Inspections on the 2nd and 4th Saturday each month from 10am-2pm.

MPPD Inspection Station
152A Brady Ave
Hawthorne, NY 10532

The next scheduled inspection is this Saturday, Nov 27th.

https://www.nhtsa.gov/equipment/car-seats-and-booster-seats

Equipment Topics Equipment Car Seats and Booster Seats Driver Assistance Technologies Takata Recall Spotlight Tires Odometer Fraud Air Bags Car Seats and Booster Seats Language: English Español Overview Car seats and boosters provide protection for infants and children in a crash, yet car crashes a...

Lock car doors, take your valuables, take your fob...
11/16/2021

Lock car doors, take your valuables, take your fob...

Lock car doors, take your valuables, take your fob...

MPPD Child Safety Seat Inspection unit will be available this Saturday, 11/13 from 10am-2pm at 152A Brady Ave, Hawthorne...
11/12/2021

MPPD Child Safety Seat Inspection unit will be available this Saturday, 11/13 from 10am-2pm at 152A Brady Ave, Hawthorne.

MPPD Child Safety Seat Inspection unit will be available this Saturday, 11/13 from 10am-2pm at 152A Brady Ave, Hawthorne.

Advisory: Mt Pleasant Road ClosuresThe following roads in Mt Pleasant are closed due to flooding:Broadway/Rt 141/Memoria...
10/26/2021

Advisory: Mt Pleasant Road Closures

The following roads in Mt Pleasant are closed due to flooding:
Broadway/Rt 141/Memorial Dr.
Commerce St - Stevens Ave to TSP
Marble Ave - Broadway to SMP ramp
Chappaqua Rd - Rt 100-Carlton Ave
Saw Mill Parkway

Advisory: Mt Pleasant Road Closures

The following roads in Mt Pleasant are closed due to flooding:
Broadway/Rt 141/Memorial Dr.
Commerce St - Stevens Ave to TSP
Marble Ave - Broadway to SMP ramp
Chappaqua Rd - Rt 100-Carlton Ave
Saw Mill Parkway

New stop signs are in place northbound and southbound on Warren Ave at Cliff St in Hawthorne.  Be alert!
10/14/2021

New stop signs are in place northbound and southbound on Warren Ave at Cliff St in Hawthorne. Be alert!

New stop signs are in place northbound and southbound on Warren Ave at Cliff St in Hawthorne. Be alert!

What Is the Move Over Law in NY?New York’s Move Over Law is described under VTL 1144-A (a), which states that drivers mu...
10/11/2021

What Is the Move Over Law in NY?

New York’s Move Over Law is described under VTL 1144-A (a), which states that drivers must use due care to avoid a collision when approaching an emergency or hazard vehicle that displays red or any combination of red, white or blue emergency lighting in addition to flashing amber lighting, or blue or green lighting. The Move Over Law does not only apply to the right shoulder but both sides of the road.

State officials urge drivers to check the surrounding traffic, slow down and move over as soon as they see lights, vests or reflectors. Responsible driving is the key to better avoiding a traffic ticket and worse, injuring or killing someone.

Emergency and hazard vehicles include:

Police vehicles
Fire trucks
Ambulances
Tow trucks
Construction vehicles
Maintenance vehicles (i.e. garbage trucks)

The purpose of the Move Over Law is to help make the roads safer for at-risk workers like EMTs, firefighters, police officers, tow truck drivers, highway workers, utility workers, and the like, therefore the penalties for violating the Move Over Law can be unforgiving. New York takes this legislation seriously because injuries and fatalities among these workers are preventable.

What Is the Move Over Law in NY?

New York’s Move Over Law is described under VTL 1144-A (a), which states that drivers must use due care to avoid a collision when approaching an emergency or hazard vehicle that displays red or any combination of red, white or blue emergency lighting in addition to flashing amber lighting, or blue or green lighting. The Move Over Law does not only apply to the right shoulder but both sides of the road.

State officials urge drivers to check the surrounding traffic, slow down and move over as soon as they see lights, vests or reflectors. Responsible driving is the key to better avoiding a traffic ticket and worse, injuring or killing someone.

Emergency and hazard vehicles include:

Police vehicles
Fire trucks
Ambulances
Tow trucks
Construction vehicles
Maintenance vehicles (i.e. garbage trucks)

The purpose of the Move Over Law is to help make the roads safer for at-risk workers like EMTs, firefighters, police officers, tow truck drivers, highway workers, utility workers, and the like, therefore the penalties for violating the Move Over Law can be unforgiving. New York takes this legislation seriously because injuries and fatalities among these workers are preventable.

Stay alert!
09/20/2021

Stay alert!

Stay alert!

09/11/2021
09/08/2021

From the Desk of Supervisor Fulgenzi:

After some time to reflect on the last 48 hours of battling the storm, visiting many parts of Town and then coordinating the cleanup, I had the honor of hearing from a lot of residents. There were some incredible stories that came out of such a destructive day. I wanted to take a moment to thank all of our police, fire and EMS personnel for what was truly numerous acts of heroism. I heard about residents being carried out of flooded homes, people rescued from submerged vehicles, car accidents, vehicle fires, lost and recovered pets, basements pumped out and so many more brave examples of what makes our first responders such very special people. They were up at all hours of the night on Wednesday, pulling doubles and leaving their families...and I would just like to take a short moment to thank them for their incredible efforts.

Mobile Uploads
09/08/2021

Mobile Uploads

From the Desk of Supervisor Fulgenzi:
Only a few days away….
Be sure to join us for an amazing display of everything Mount Pleasant!!

Found in the area of Nannyhagen Rd and King St.  Contact police HQ if you know the owner.
08/06/2021

Found in the area of Nannyhagen Rd and King St. Contact police HQ if you know the owner.

Found in the area of Nannyhagen Rd and King St. Contact police HQ if you know the owner.

Local Girls Scouts Troop 1073 thanked MPPD officers for their service with the gift of Girl Scout Cookies.  Officer Stel...
08/06/2021

Local Girls Scouts Troop 1073 thanked MPPD officers for their service with the gift of Girl Scout Cookies. Officer Stella was very excited that Samoa cookies were included. Thank you Troop 1073!

Local Girls Scouts Troop 1073 thanked MPPD officers for their service with the gift of Girl Scout Cookies. Officer Stella was very excited that Samoa cookies were included. Thank you Troop 1073!

Thank you to all that supported last night's National Night Out!
08/04/2021

Thank you to all that supported last night's National Night Out!

National Night OutTuesday Aug 3rd 5pm-9pm
08/02/2021

National Night Out
Tuesday Aug 3rd 5pm-9pm

National Night Out
Tuesday Aug 3rd 5pm-9pm

Contact MPPD if you know the owner - found on Tall Tree Lane in Pleasantville this morning.
07/28/2021

Contact MPPD if you know the owner - found on Tall Tree Lane in Pleasantville this morning.

Contact MPPD if you know the owner - found on Tall Tree Lane in Pleasantville this morning.

National Night OutTuesday August 3rd5pm-9pmKensico Dam Plaza
07/19/2021

National Night Out
Tuesday August 3rd
5pm-9pm
Kensico Dam Plaza

National Night Out
Tuesday August 3rd
5pm-9pm
Kensico Dam Plaza

Advisory: Notice from the Water Department: Pocantico Water District NoticeDear Nixle User,The Water Department will be ...
07/15/2021

Advisory: Notice from the Water Department: Pocantico Water District Notice

Dear Nixle User,
The Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants in the Pocantico Water District on Thursday, July 15 and Friday, July 16, 2021 between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. This will include the entire area of the district. Please be advised that flushing may cause some discoloration of water. This does not represent a health hazard. However, it is recommended that residents take precaution and are advised to avoid using the water for washing clothes (or any other processing) due to the potential for more turbid conditions as staining may occur. If you experience discolored water run the cold water in all your faucets for approximately 5-10 minutes.
The Water Department regrets any temporary inconvenience this may cause however, system flushing is necessary to maintain a good water supply for both firefighting and domestic consumption.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please contact the Water Department with any questions 914-831-1062.

Advisory: Notice from the Water Department: Pocantico Water District Notice

Dear Nixle User,
The Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants in the Pocantico Water District on Thursday, July 15 and Friday, July 16, 2021 between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. This will include the entire area of the district. Please be advised that flushing may cause some discoloration of water. This does not represent a health hazard. However, it is recommended that residents take precaution and are advised to avoid using the water for washing clothes (or any other processing) due to the potential for more turbid conditions as staining may occur. If you experience discolored water run the cold water in all your faucets for approximately 5-10 minutes.
The Water Department regrets any temporary inconvenience this may cause however, system flushing is necessary to maintain a good water supply for both firefighting and domestic consumption.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please contact the Water Department with any questions 914-831-1062.

National Night Out 2021
07/05/2021

National Night Out 2021

National Night Out 2021

Advisory: Road Work on Eastbound Approach of Stevens Ave. to Columbus Ave. beginning Tuesday, 6/29/2021Due to a water ma...
06/28/2021

Advisory: Road Work on Eastbound Approach of Stevens Ave. to Columbus Ave. beginning Tuesday, 6/29/2021

Due to a water main project, Stevens Avenue (eastbound) will be closed between Summit Drive to Columbus Ave. on Tuesday, 6/29 to Friday, 7/2/21 from 7 am to 3:30 pm. A detour utilizing Summit Lake Drive will be posted.
Please plan to use alternate routes and allow for extra time if possible. Thank you for your continued patience and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact the Water Department at (914) 831-1062.

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Advisory: Road Work on Eastbound Approach of Stevens Ave. to Columbus Ave. beginning Tuesday, 6/29/2021

Due to a water main project, Stevens Avenue (eastbound) will be closed between Summit Drive to Columbus Ave. on Tuesday, 6/29 to Friday, 7/2/21 from 7 am to 3:30 pm. A detour utilizing Summit Lake Drive will be posted.
Please plan to use alternate routes and allow for extra time if possible. Thank you for your continued patience and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact the Water Department at (914) 831-1062.

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These cowards turned their police station phones off and disabled their message system all because they got exposed on YouTube by auditors. And they can't handle the backlash. Enjoy that L guys. You deserve it.
To all who participated and helped our in the Back of the Red White and BLUE car parade and event, I just want to let you all know we collected $300! What we decided to do was take that money, and give back to the restaurants (as all businesses have struggled through this COVID, especially restaurants) to purchase gift certificates from them and give them to Mount Pleasant PD for shift meals! $100 to Modern Slice $100 to Gordos North $100 to Chris Deli And another thank you for an extra donation from Unionville Tavern for donating a gifts certificate which we gave to MPPD as well! Please help and support these businesses as well as Berger Hardware as they donated 10 cases of water and the American flags. I apologize for taking a while to update everyone but lifes been a bit crazy as some of you know! Thank you for all the support!!! ❤️🇺🇸💙 Town of Mount Pleasant, NY Mt. Pleasant Police Department New York
Mr Kotes Having read the story of your lovely "teacher" Moreno handing out a homework assignment depicting Police Officers as the K*K is beyond disgusting,repulsive and vile. Is this the world we now live in? Have you removed 911 from your phone directories and speed dials? If this was turned around you would have sent numerous apologies out to the entire school district along with putting names on the helmets of the "victims" i'm sure along with a scholarship GoFundMe set up. We enable idiots like the Moreno's to brainwash and manipulate our youth and wonder why we have a flood of people today who do not comply with any police officers and those psychopaths assassinating officers while sitting in police vehicles. Keep enabling this nonsense and when the youth of today turns on you please don't bother calling your local police since they too can just say we are "investigating". I served for 20 years in the NYPD Emergency Service Unit and had the pleasure of attending approximately 35 funerals in my career including Irma Lozada who had a bullet put in the back of her head on a Brooklyn street in 1984. Officers Ramos and Liu assassinated while sitting their police vehicle on another Brooklyn street in 2014 and Officer Miosotis Familia shot while sitting in her vehicle on a Bronx street in 2017. Oh yeah I almost forgot since we have already forgotten 9/11, 14 friends in my Emergency Service Unit on 9/11. I am married to a Line of Duty widow as well who lost her husband on a Queens street in 1992 while 8 months pregnant? We all know what cowards the school district upper tier is when having to confront this nonsense but we sure hope Mr Moreno is made an example of. I won't hold my breath that's for sure. Carry on with your "investigation" but while doing so please remove the 911 from your speed dial. Yours truly 800,000 police officers
Wasting tax dollars 💵 Facebook is not to be used for personal ambitions. The people payed for the the police car’s and motorcycles why are you using them here! 😡
Can you remind everyone that when a street light is out, it becomes a 4-way stop.
It will take me the rest of the day to recover from a long and loud procession dedicated to graduates in Pocantico Hills today. What makes the sound of sirens, many of them all at once, a celebratory call? It's a harrowing exercise in blatant rioting by noise, a select few, not the graduates themselves that equate emergency signals at decibels that can cause damage to hearing with a party. Please shut up and hire a band next time.
Looking foeward to being aressted again when i visit my family :) HOLLA :) i call you first so you can have 6 cars waiting :)
Thank you for Birthday drive by for my son! We appreciate your service ♥️🚔
To all the members of the Mount Pleasant Police Department, I wanted to say thank you for your help with the Westlake Seniors parade. As a retired police officer and parent of a graduating student, I am so proud to say I live in Mt Pleasant.
Being a resident in Mt. Pleasant for over 17 years, you’re still considered an outsider. You cannot possibly get any justice in a town where 95% of the police force are generational residents. They grew up here, were educated here and forged life long bonds with members of the community. A 79 year old cantankerous neighbor came out screaming at a 14 and 18 year old because they were having a catch in the road. The man leaves in his car, goes around the block and comes back. He veers his vehicle towards the 14 year old, to the point had he not leaped out of the way he would have been hit. The 18 year old brother verbally confronts the neighbor as to why he did that with his vehicle and why he’s just a “Nasty” person. The two exchange words and its over. The police then contact me (the mother). I tell them what happened and that the neighbor has a history of summoning the police on the neighbors for various reasons: leaves, garbage, parking, snow blowing, kids playing in the street, etc. When I told Officer Franco that the neighbor almost hit my son, he laughed and said he wasn’t going to hit him. 2 days later as my son left for work at 5am, 3 Mt. Pleasant Police vehicles cut him off by the college and ARRESTED!!!! The neighbor Vittorio Caiazza made a police report stating that my older son Kicked and punched his vehicle during their verbal argument. My son was held for 5 hours, arraigned and an Order of Protection (as requested by the neighbor) was placed upon him. Therefore, he had to surrender his hunting rifles (5) over to the Mt. Pleasant Police. He also had to stay 500 feet away. This would be difficult because we live directly across from each other. We had a Video as did the complainant of what took place. These were handed over to the Mt.Pleasant Police. The video CLEARLY shows Vittorio, with purpose and intent veered his vehicle towards my son, missing him by a foot. It also shows a verbal altercation. Most importantly it shows there was NEVER any contact made to his vehicle!!! With all this clear evidence, for God sake there’s a video, the Town of Mount Pleasant proceeded with this case for almost a year. During this year the neighbor called the police and sending them to my home because my sons car was parked within 500 feet of this mans house and he wanted him arrested!!!! Luckily, there are a few competent, un biased officers within the department. Even with a fabulous lawyer, it was pointless. Spending tens of thousands of dollars it was finally Dissolved by the Prosecutors office. This was done after many letters written by me and contacting NYS Attorney General. My son finally got his guns back and that too was an ordeal, having to get Westchester County DA involved. All of the guns were returned rusted! Since this was finally over, I explained to Mt. Pleasant Police Chief Oliva that we wanted this man arrested, under nys penal law 210.45, writing and swearing to a false statement. He refused! Please tell me how to get justice in this town?
Check out this song for the emergency services, written by a Firefighter from Ireland!!!