A dispute Saturday between a motorist and cyclist in Piermont ended with the bike rider trespassing and letting air out of the motorist's tire, said.
The incident occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m., when a Piermont police officer observed the cyclist leave his bicycle and walk up the driveway of a Piermont residence. The cyclist then let the air out of a tire, authorities said.
Police confronted the cyclist—Darren Nacht, a 49-year-old from New York City—who then admitted to sabotaging the tire. Police also contacted the motorist.
Nacht was arrested for trespassing, a violation, and will appear in on Sept. 14.
Piermont Police generally issue between 75 and 100 tickets each year to cyclists for disobeying traffic laws, but incidents like this are less common. Read more about local spats between motorists and cyclists .