Received Monday, June 4, 2007
Sunday @ 5:15PM. Boston Post Road in Port Chester and soon after, outside the Waterfront movie theatre. The vehicle was a silver, square shaped, late model Toyota SUV in silver. There was a spare wheel on the back in a black leather case. I saw the word "Cruiser" on the car but don't know if that was all or part of the name. The license plate was from Connecticut. The driver of the vehicle was a young twenties female, with straight dark blond hair, white, non remarkable face and a slim build. I first observed her on Boston Post Road where she was smoking and hollering out to three men on the median outside the Chicken Wing place. I parked in the parking lot and was walking with my husband to the movie theatre when the same vehicle pulled up by the curb outside the movie theatre. I could hear rap music playing in the vehicle. Two girls got out of the car. One had brown hair, was short with long eyelashes and a suntan. The second was taller with long blond hair and blue eyes. Both young girls were dressed in trendy clothing. The oldest girl was probably 11 at the most. They could have been as young as 9. (Hard to tell these days.) At first I assumed the driver of the vehicle was the children's older sister. She had been erratic in her driving and was pulled up outside the theatre at a strange angle with a tire on the sidewalk. The girls got out and the driver peeled off, raised her music. Outside the theatre there were 3-4 teen aged boys who were older. They made a few comments to the girls that were sexually overt. My husband said to one of them, "what the hell is wrong with you, they're just kids." This was after one of the guys said to her, "yeah baby I''ll be waiting for you when you come out." The girls hustled in to the theatre. They were not at all comfortable. They were seeing a different movie for us but the younger looking girl with the darker hair was looking around nervously. I asked her, "are you waiting for your mother?" The girl shook her head and said "no--oh, that was the nanny. She just dropped us off." I know quite a few people in Greenwich have weekend nannies. I can understand that. What I cannot understand is why the nanny left the girls at the theatre? And for any of you parents who are thinking that it is okay to drop off your young girls at this theatre or the theatre in New Rochelle, please do not! Let the nanny sit separately from the children, but do not send them alone. There is a very rough element that hangs out at these gathering places. Groups of trouble making, frightening looking boys. The nanny that dropped these girls off clearly had no common sense. How often are the police called to these two theatres? Often! Don't do it!