Police Couldn't Get Squirrel out of Kitchen

In animal news recently, the usual slew of injured and/or killed deer, and one very stubborn squirrel.

First there was the recent incident of a raccoon refusing to budge from someone's porch.

Raccoon won; resident slept elsewhere that night.

Now here’s a squirrel stuck a kitchen. 

On Nov. 24 at 1:41 p.m. an E. Elizabeth Street, Tarrytown caller reported a squirrel in her kitchen. An officer on the scene was unable to get the squirrel out her house and the woman was advised of her options.


Tarrytown Police also reported the following deer-related incidents recently, including one deer that police had to kill:

  • Caller reported seeing an injured deer sitting on a Prospect Avenue lawn on Nov. 25 at 11:43 p.m. Deer gone upon police arrival.
  • Motorist on Nov. 27 at 9:05 a.m. reported seeing a dead deer in roadway on Benedict Avenue. DPW contacted for removal.
  • On Dec. 4 at 5:38 a.m., caller on White Plains Road reported an injured deer. Officer reported the deer ran off into the woods.
  • On Dec. 5 at 4:32 p.m., Greenburgh police reported their animal control warden was out with an injured deer on White Plains Road. Deer ran into woods upon Tarrytown police arrival.
  • On Dec. 6 at 9:35 a.m., Greenburgh PD again requested an officer meet the animal warden at 177 White Plains Road for an injured deer. Officer on scene reported the warden advised the deer needed to be put down. Officer shot and killed the deer. Apartment management company was notified about the removal of the carcass.


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