9/27: Wheely annoying! Larceny of a bike, Station Plaza, 7:13 p.m.
10/3: Coyote reported running across Playland Parkway near Charlotte Street, southbound.
10/2: Third party complained that moving company was removing items from Milton Road home without authorization. Unfounded. No moving company, residence appeared secure.
10/2: Lucky Lindy. Cars parked on both sides of Lindbergh Avenue blocking access. Vehicles moved.
10/2: One down, 142,999,999 to go. Fairlawn Street party wished to file report due to information breach through Equifax. Civilian statement completed.
10/2: Small blue sedan reported parked illegally causing traffic jam, Sonn Drive. GOA.
10/2: Report of red vehicle with small child inside crying hysterically with no parent around, Billington Court/Midland Avenue. Event not witnessed, however, officer spoke to female in red vehicle with three children, advised her of dangers of leaving small children in car.
10/2: Complainant stated someone was banging on her door and she was not expecting anyone. Requested police check. Appeared Halls Lane neighbor may have dropped off package delivered in error, rang bell.
10/1: Roadway blocked between Central/Locust avenues. Spoke to homeowner, said she would have cars removed. Second warning issued.
10/1: Assisted truck backing out from under Purchase Street bridge.
10/1: Stern warming. Vessel in distress. Responded to report of vessel fire in area of Belle Haven marina. Upon arrival, found 21-foot Regulator attached to mooring. Owner stated there had been electrical fire in stern battery compartment. He was able to extinguish before marine unit arrived. Vessel checked, no other imminent danger.
9/30: One way to get a new cell. Sargeant reported two males took off running from him after breaking into Verizon store, 4:35 a.m., Purdy Avenue/Purchase Street. Back-up units sent.
9/30: Construction prior to 10 a.m. Warning issued.
9/30: Larceny. Vehicles entered into overnight while parked in Oakland Beach Avenue driveway.
9/30: Officer dispatched to assist with civil matter, Highland Hall. All parties agreed to complete process through courts.
9/30: Easy pickings. Larceny from vehicle. Wallet removed from vehicle overnight, Oakland Beach Avenue.
9/30: Early birds. Bradford Avenue party stated two boys, approximately age 13, rang her doorbell, one wearing mask and said “Trick or Treat,” 5:45 p.m. Headed off towards Hunt Place. Searched area, parties GOA.
9/30: Walk-in stated there was an expensive-looking white bag in Chase ATM vestibule. Bag contained food, left there for owner to come pick up. Impossible to determine who owner was.
9/30: Suspicious person. Caller stated male was standing in roadway, North Street/ Theodore Fremd Avenue, waving cell phone/keys at passersby.
9/29: Nutmeg caper. Cedar Street caller stated their residence was burglarized, offender fleeing in his vehicle with CT plates, 6:30 a.m.
9/29: Suspicious person. Two youths wearing black hoodies reported jumping wall by closed bridge, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues.
9/29: Drag racing reported in Playland lot, 2 p.m. County PD doing maneuvers.
9/29: Caller stated possibly intoxicated male on southbound train platform. Black sneakers, black tank top, back pack. Given ride to residence, made it inside safely.
9/29: Summons issued to intoxicated driver, Chestnut Street, 8:46 p.m.
9/29: Neighborhood trouble. Info from Tip Line. Party stated kids threw half-full can at right passenger windshield. Party stated kids walked into white house, blue shutters.
9/29: Suspicious white van reported on Milton Road sidewalk. Caller stated it was parked in front of elderly person’s home, 8 p.m.
9/29: Caller stated man in his 40s in blue T-shirt, khaki shorts in distress, waving arms, pacing back and forth, Milton Harbor House.
9/28: Leaf blowers in use, Robert Crisfield Place. Summons issued.
9/28: Home on the range. Officer requested to gain access to Brevoort Lane home because food left on stove. Resident came home before arrival.
9/28: Suspicious person. Caller stated balding heavyset male chased him on Locust Avenue, 9 p.m.. He believed the individual was wearing gray shirt. Checked area, unfounded.
9/27: Caller requested assistance clearing up private Gramercy Avenue roadway due to concerns about emergency vehicles access.
9/27: Illegal dumping of paint in storm drain reported, near four-way stop, Greenhaven/Rye roads, 12:25 p.m. Unable to see any illegal dumping.
9/27: Suspicious Silver Nissan reported circling Adelaide Street/Forest Avenue area several times. Area canvassed, negative results.
9/26: Suspicious vehicle, Gagliardo Park. Driver fell asleep with her dogs, advised to turn off vehicle, return home.
9/26: City Code violation. Report of solicitor, wearing black suit, without permit. Grace Church Street. Party stated he would apply through City Hall.
9/25: Vehicle reported stopped in intersection, Locust Avenue/Purchase Street. Caller stated they heard arguing, doors slamming. Upon arrival found empty vehicles with driver door open. Found parties walking separately. Sent driver away in vehicle, called taxi for other party.
9/25: Tumi or not Tumi. Forest Avenue resident reported unknown person put empty suitcase in her garbage at the curb. Checked suitcase, no need for further action.
9/25: City Code violation, leaf blowers, Forest Avenue.
9/25: Allendale Drive complainant stated there were two illegally parked vehicles in front of his property for weeks. Vehicles were legally parked. Callers spoken to.
9/25: Rabbit stuck in soccer net, Dearborn Avenue. Freed b y RPD.
9/24: Several youths reported jumping around on roofs of Purchase Street building.
Spoke with caller who stated youths left area in unknown vehicles.