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4/20: Wheely lucky. Youths reported inside closed skate park, RAC, 4:30 p.m. Kids were 8 and 11. Spoke to them about following rules in the park. Stated they would in future.

5/1: Mayday! Leaf blower in use, Grace Church Street. Summons issued, ban began May 1.

5/1: Scofflaw, abandoned moped with several summonses on it over two-week period. . Towed by Vincent’s.

5/1: Leaf blowers, Guelisten Place. Warning issued.

5/1: Get in line. Complainant called regarding parking spaces being reserved for construction vehicles, dumpster, Elm Place/Purchase Street.

5/1: Suspicious vehicle, Griffon Place/Oakland Beach Avenue. Male/female going through people’s garbage, reportedly using maroon 4-door sedan. Were picking up recycling.

5/1: Ouch, last day of enforcement. Sprinkler system in use, Florence Avenue. Summons issued.

5/1: Gas line cut by Con Ed work crew. Area shut down. North Street/Hammond Road area evacuated. Assisted Con Ed with pedestrian traffic.

5/1: Third party caller reported Citibank cleaning crew afraid to leave bank due to unknown party lingering in ATM vestibule. Party removed.

4/30: Caller stated young woman with blonde hair, wearing all black wandering along near Glendale Road/Locust Avenue. GOA.

4/30: Man passed out on sidewalk near Al Dente restaurant, Elm Place. Semi-conscious male, aken to Greenwich Hospital.

4/30: Construction reported on Sunday, Apawamis Avenue. Noise was coming from crew power-washing deck. No City Code prohibits that.

4/30: Re-leash the hound. Dog complaint. Coonhound chasing battery- operated cars, Maple Avenue. Resident advised of neighbor complaint. Promised to shut down cars.

4/30: Creative approach. Neighbor dispute, Hillcrest Lane. Parties decided they were not going to interact with each other again.

4/30: Dogs reported barking all day, Brevoort Lane. Spoke with homeowner, who put dogs inside.

4/29: Gray Suburban reported missing from Stuyvesant Avenue home. In possession of family member.

4/29: From Anonymous Tip Line: 1) Party was driving to home on Barberry Lane when kids threw a beer can at vehicle. Appeared to be loud party on street, 10:43 p.m.; 2) Barberry Lane resident trying to put children to sleep. Huge noise disturbance coming from a few houses down, 11:06 p.m.

4/28: Grace Church Street caller reported person in front of his house possibly intoxicated. Subject was standing outside waiting for a taxi. Situation corrected.

4/27: Sick raccoon stumbling around Grace Church Street driveway. Raccoon disposed, homeowner to handle the rest.

4/27: PossiblY sick raccoon, Gramercy Court. Baby hiding in bushes, did not appear to be sick. No apparent risk.

4/27: Smell of gas, Hughes Avenue. Gas shut off, turned over to Con Ed.

4/27: Loud group of youths reported in area of Lindbergh Avenue.

4/26: Rolls of the Road. Operator failed to come to complete stop, rolled through slightly after vehicle in front, Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue. Warning issued.

4/26: Hit-and-none. Party reported MVA, Car park #4. Believed car was scratched in hit-and-run, but was just dirt on vehicle.

4/25: Complaint regarding speeding on Stuyvesant Avenue. No violations observed.

4/25: Mind the gap. Caller stated metal plate on North Street was sticking up from ground and might cause vehicle damage. Four-inch gap between metal plate and road surface. Desk notified to contact DPW or company in charge. Cone placed at hazard.

4/25: Hit-and-run reported, Purdy Avenue/First Street. Vehicle last seen headed on First towards Station Plaza.

4/23: Suspicious vehicle, Cedar/Purchase streets, 2:59 a.m. Vehicle running with lights on, seat laid back. Upon approach, driver was sleeping in vehicle. Stated he had been drinking.

4/23: And then there were none. Multiple leaf blowers reported, Holly Lane.

4/23: Complaint of dog barking all day, Locust/Maple avenues.

4/23: Suspicious persons, Bradford Avenue bridge, 5:30 p.m. Caller stated two men wearing dark jackets, possibly carrying bow and arrow passed through her backyard, proceeded to footbridge. GOA.

4/23: Larceny. Vehicle in YMCA parking lot broken into and items removed, 4:25 p.m.

4/22: Suspicious white van reported in front of Kirby Lane residence. Expired inspection. Summons issued.

4/22: Marriott staff requested assistance with adult party in lobby not controlling their children after being advised. Situation resolved.

4/21: North Street party stated he and his employee had verbal dispute, requested police assistance.

4/21: Dog complaint. Brookdale Place caller stated her husband was bitten by dog. Dog owner was in big black truck, wearing black pants.

4/20: Caller stated unknown woman in black Toyota had been parked on Rye Road for a while. Party checked out. Neighbor’s employee, pulled over while on phone, waiting to go to work.

4/20: Vehicle window broken, possible airbag theft, Depot Plaza.

4/19: Reoccurring violation of leaf blower code, Manursing Avenue. Warning issued.

4/19: Gray Acura reported driving wrong way on Playland Parkway towards the park. GOA.

4/18: Scofflaw, Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue. Summons issued, vehicle towed.

2/26: Comey on in. Gate observed open at FBI offices, 1:42 a.m. Area appeared quiet, normal.

2/27: Davis Avenue caller stated construction crew started work prior to 7:30 a.m. Workers advised of start time, given verbal warning, subject to summons if noise complaints are received.

2/27: Snow ordinance violations, Overlook Place, Everett Street, Manursing/Elmwood/Davis avenues. Summonses issued.

2/27: Passat due. Assist repo guy to remove VW Passat from private Dearborn Avenue property.

2/26: Vehicle with two flat left tires blocking southbound lane US-1/Hillside Road. AAA loaded SUV onto flatbed.

2/26: Four snow ordinance violations, Sanford/Wainwright/Horton streets, Intervale Place.

2/26: Caller stated unknown youth was at his back door attempting to sell candy. Was concerned it was a scam. Caller followed youth to an adult male wearing red jacket at BPR/Overdale Road. Spoke to youth, party checked out with valid City permit to sell candy.

2/26: Cedar Place complainant stated vehicle parked in front of her home for two weeks without moving. Vehicle parked legally with Midland Avenue address.

2/26: Suspicious person reported, Lynden Street. Approximately 18 years-old going door-to-door. GOA.

2/25: MINI Cooper Clubman repossessed from Central Avenue parking lot.

2/25: Dog reported struggling in water off Playland Pier. Owner on scene, officer dispatched. Dog safely out of water.

2/25: Caller stated vehicle was “lurking” in Greenhaven/Rye roads area. She did not recognize vehicle as being from neighborhood.

2/25: Pull-ease! Caller stated there was a persistent “popping” noise outside her Greenhaven residence and she could not pinpoint origin. Said it was unbearable. Same complaint previous weekend. Confirmed skeet shooting was taking place at American Yacht Club.

2/25: CVS manager stated party was soliciting in front of store, was asked to leave, kept returning. Officer dispatched, manager asked solicitor to leave. Vehicle picked up solicitor.

2/25: Doggone. Walk-in stated she was bitten by dog while on run in Forest/Hewlett avenues area. Took herself to urgent care via personal car, treated for puncture wounds to left upper leg, given antibiotics. No major lacerations, injuries. Sworn statement taken, unable to provide dog/owner information. Victim will try to identify dog/owner on future runs.

2/25: Caller stated two kids going door-to-door selling candy, Sonn Drive/Franklin Avenue. Canvassed Rye Garden area, no results.

2/24: Loose dogs possibly running into Elmwood area. Owner notified.

2/24: MVA with no injuries, City Hall parking lot. Vincent’s towing.

2/23: Prowler. Ridgewood Drive complainant stated someone was banging on his back door. Checked area, no results.

2/23: Bicycle reported left on Purchase Street property for extended period of time.

2/23: Walk-in reported missing license plates from two Con Ed vehicles.

2/23: Caller reported several illegally parked vehicles, Cornell Place/Forest Avenue. Summonses issued.

2/22: Pitiful. Third party caller stated she heard from worker who was trapped inside vehicle by loose pit bull, Hook Road. Spoke with worker. Situation resolved.

2/22: Caller stated workers had fire in barrel, Overlook Place. Fire extinguished.

2/22: Deer struck by vehicle, Playland Parkway ramp/BPR. No injuries, minor damage. Deer left scene.

2/22: Strange “screaming” noise reported coming from wooded area near Hannan Place. Appeared all quiet.

2/20: Construction on President’s Day, Halsted Place and Bennett Street. Warnings issued. Workers advised of City Code.

2/20: Rabid raccoon reported, Peter Jay Lane. Dispatched. Firearm discharge report prepared.

2/20: R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Construction on holiday and repeated double-parking problem, Overlook Place. Warning issued. Carpenters on scene advised of City Code. Complied, wrapped up for day. Also, active construction, Newberry Place, Bulkley Manor, Forest Avenue. Shut down.

2/20: D-I-T-T-O. Youths in small sedan reported ringing doorbells, yelling obscenities to Hewlett Avenue homeowner. GOA.

2/19: Wards Park West caller stated her basement was filling up with water. FD/DPW notified.

2/18: When it rains…Radcliffe Avenue caller stated he returned home to find pipe burst and four feet of water in basement. City Building Inspector notified.

2/18: Kids throwing items at passing cars, ran up Orchard Avenue driveway. Spoke with kids. They were sorry.

2/18: Larceny, Purchase Street consignment shop. Items taken observed on film.

2/18: Blockheads. Motorist complained of two cars parked in the entrance to Car Park #1. Summonses issued.

2/17: Officer requested to respond to RHS Principal’s office for assault in the past.

2/17: Parking Enforcement Officer reported four illegally parked vehicles. Summonses issued.

2/17: Club Road caller requested assistance locating missing dog. Found in another room in house.

2/16: Illegally parked trucks reported blocking medical building driveway, Blind Brook Lane. Recurring problem. Truck driver stated he will not block again.

2/16: Unknown party attempted to make Unauthorized charges made to account. Synagogue, Forest Avenue.

2/16: Party stated landlord tried to gain entry into her Purchase Street apartment without her permission and without emergency situation.

4/13: Reveille. Milton Harbor House manager reported RowAmericaRye had been using megaphones in early morning, waking residents. Spoke with RAR director to correct problem.

4/17: YELL-O! Male wearing pink shirt, jeans yelling in Station Plaza. Upon further investigation, party was Face-timing on cell phone.

4/16: Grace Church Street caller stated he was hearing loud noises. Source of noise coming from neighboring home. Warning issued.

4/16: Beat it. Van Buren Street caller stated bass sound coming from Milton Road area. Corridor quiet, faint bass thump heard in distance across Marina waters.

4/16: Suspicious vehicle, Rye Town Dock, 2 a.m. Driver identified, friends hanging out. Advised about after-dark parking restrictions. Warning issued.

4/16: Brevoort Lane caller stated she heard gunshots, possibly duck hunters or AYC skeet shooters. Spoke to AYC attendant stated he heard loud bangs but it was unclear where noise was coming from. Canvassed Greenhaven beach area. No further complaints.

4/16: MVA, single car ran into City tree, possible injuries reported by passerby.

4/15: Multiple leaf blowers reported, Grace Church Street, 11 a.m. Warning issued.

4/15: Taxi reported at end of Rye Subaru, BPR, driver refusing to allow cars out of driveway. GOA.

4/15 Multiple leaf blowers reported, Grace Church Street, 1 p.m. Summons issued.

4/15: Starbucks manager reported solicitor refused to move away from front of store. Fourteen-year-old party advised he needed permit, would meet his manager for a ride.

4/15: Citizen Assist. “Optimum guy” reported on Purdy Avenue roof without permission. Spoke with both parties, situation resolved.

4/15: Medium height male wearing black shirt/pants with “crazy” haircut carrying plastic bin walking down Hall’s Lane. Summons issued, City Code violation, soliciting without permit.

4/15: The Trouble With Hairy. Suspicious person, Eve Lane. Heavy-set male with scraggly hair reported walking around neighborhood. Party was Forest Avenue resident taking a walk.

4/14: Illegally parked vehicle, overtime, Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue.

4/14: Wake-up call. BPR caller stated alarm had been sounding for 24 hours from house to south side of his residence at construction site. Dumpster in driveway. Noise was carbon dioxide alarm left outside.

4/14: NY State Police reported residential lockout with infant involved, Devereux Court. RFD able to gain entry through unlocked basement window. Baby was okay.

4/14: When you just gotta go. Unoccupied Ford Explorer located in middle of Ford-Subaru lot, BPR, engine running, lights on, doors locked – unable to gain access. 12:17 a.m. Canvassed lot for suspicious activity, no results. Desk Sergeant attempted to make owner notification, left voicemail on cell phone.

4/13: Stealth tower, indeed. Vehicle stopped, hazard lights on, 1:30 a.m., Fireman’s Circle. Operator advised he was with AT&T, checking status on cell tower.

4/13: Chalking his beat. PEO marking tires hourly, Wappanocca Avenue/Highland Road. Summonses issued.

4/13: MVA, property damage, Elm Place/Purchase Street. Operator struck sharp new curb, sustained flat front passenger side tire. AAA on scene.

4/12: Complaint of multiple leaf blowers, Grace Church Street. Warning issued.

4/12: Caller requested unit in Harbor Lane area, revocation of bail. Bondsman apprehended the offender.

4/12: Caller stated she was attacked by dog on Playland Beach. WCPD notified.

4/11: Buoys will be … Milton Harbor channel, red # 4 buoy missing.

4/11: Right of Spring (and summer, fall, winter). Multiple leaf blowers, Woodland Drive. Summonses issued.

4/11: Notified by Port Chester PD of vehicles being entered at Rye Road. Observed video of male on bicycle attempting to enter two locked vehicles at 3:26 a.m. Entered Ford Escape, Detective Division notified.

4/10: Blimey. Homeowner reported his loaner Land Rover Discovery Sport was missing from his Winthrop Street driveway. Doors were unlocked, keys may have fallen out of his pocket into car. Unknown plate number. Investigation on scene.

4/10: Walk-in reported stolen handicap-accessible vehicle tag.

4/10: Second Winthrop Street caller reported items possibly missing from her vehicle.

4/10: Caller reported music from Rye Rec basketball courts as inappropriate in public around small children.

4/9: Marriott manager reported loud noise complaint. Parties asked to leave room upon manager request.

4/9: Lab results. Sanford Street caller stated her neighbor’s dog attacked her, possibly breaking skin. Language barrier. Party had four scratches. Other neighbors stated dog not from area. Party refused medical attention. Searched area for big, yellow Labrador acting wild, no results.

4/9: Baby coyote reported running between houses, Maple Avenue/High Street.

4/8: Suspicious male reported: balding, wearing camo shirt, black pants, with bulging pockets leaving Cowles Avenue driveway towards Apawamis Avenue. Identified, no offense committed, just going for walk.

4/7: Idle hands. Caller stated SUV idling in front of his Platt Lane residence. Car larcenies had occurred in area recently and caller said this is out of norm at 8:30 a.m. Parties were contractor flaggers for Con Ed waiting for crews to arrive.

2/14: Cloverdale Lane resident reported carbon monoxide alarm activation. Moved outside to vehicle, awaiting arrival of RFD

 

2/14: Oven fire, Milton Harbor House. RFD dispatched. Caller was baking cake when oven caught fire.

 

2/13: Display case in roadway, Mead Place. Removed.

 

2/13: Alex and Ani awning partially fallen at front of store. City Engineer notified.

 

2/13: Injured deer in backyard, Harding Drive. FOA – fled upon arrival.

 

2/13: Trees, branches, wires reported down in roadways: Central Avenue, Stuyvesant/Van Wagenen avenues, Green Acres Drive. DPW on scenes.

 

2/13: Motor mouth. Verbal dispute between motorists, BPR.

 

2/13: High voltage wire down, Parkway Drive/US-1, 3:45 p.m. Northbound traffic shut down. Awaiting Con Ed. DPW on scene. Officers assisted with school dismissal vehicle, pedestrian traffic.

 

2/13: Homeowner locked out of her Franklin Avenue home. 

 

2/12: Google in town? Car reported blocking Mead Place driveway. Vehicle moved on its own.

 

2/12: Kayak reported taken from Waters Edge complex garage. Found at different location by contractors due to snow removal.

 

2/12: Bagging rights. Vehicle broken into, air bag removed, Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue. 

 

2/12: Multiple icy areas reported.

 

2/11: Assisted Greenwich PD with apprehension, termination of I-95 vehicle pursuit to Midland Avenue bridge.

 

2/11: Doggie bagged. Overdale Road dog, barking excessively, possibly left outside in cold for long duration. Summons issued. 

 

2/11: Driveway in Rear of Bareburger blocked by Mercedes Benz. Summons issued.

 

2/11: Slick work. Oil delivered to Wainwright Street home that did not use oil. Poured into basement down wrong pipe. RFD, Westchester DEC notified.

 

2/11: Assisted DPW in removal of vehicles from Purchase Street for snow removal.

 

2/11: Vehicle blocking Purchase Street crosswalk. Summons issued.

 

2/10: Illegally parked vehicle reported taking up two spots, Car Park 2, 4:30 p.m. 

 

2/10: Locust Avenue caller stated neighbors had not shoveled their sidewalks, in violation of 24-hour City Code. Un-shoveled area appeared to be City property.

 

2/10: Vehicle struck fire hydrant in front of Al’s Service Station, BPR. Suez notified. 

 

2/9: Burglary attempt reported, Halsted Place. Party found broken window.

 

2/9: Icy road condition, Theall Road. DPW notified.

 

2/8: Resident stated unknown party was knocking on their door, ringing bell. Local Private Investigator said she did not knock on door. Canvassed area with negative results. PI placed in cab to go to cousin’s house in Port Chester.

 

2/8: Request for officer on scene, possible forced entry for gas odor, Purdy Avenue. Upon arrival, owner were on scene with RFD, Con Ed.

 

2/8: Notify the Feds? Malfunctioning traffic light, Midland/Peck avenues.

 

2/8: Hit and run MVA, Rye Y, Locust Avenue. Party advised of filing procedure.

 

2/8: X3 Files. Goldwin Street resident said neighbor notified him of tow truck driving across his front lawn, tearing it up. Described as white pick up with tow arm attached to bed towing silver BMW X3 turned around in dead end over lawns, sped away.

 

2/8: NY State Police reported child struck by motor vehicle, Playland parking lot. Units, EMS dispatched. Transported to medical center.

 

2/8: Permit parking enforcement, Gagliardo Park. Summons issued.

 

2/7: Eight summonses issued, illegally parked vehicles, snow ordinance. All over town.

 

2/7: Blackguard! Burglary reported in progress, Fawcett Street, Port Chester by Rye border. Units dispatched to assist PCPD. Parties describe as two Hispanic males approximately 5’9”, one wearing gray hoodie, black hat seen leaving headed towards Edgar.

 

2/6: Vehicle observed traveling at 47 mph in 25 mph zone, Forest/Turf avenues. Summons issued.

 

2/5: Mead Place caller stated vehicle blocking his driveway. Summons issued.

 

2/5: Water damage, freezing at Franklin Street residence. Appeared hose was left on. Ice on bushes. Nobody home, water no longer running.

 

2/5: Duck hunting complaint, Sackett Landing. Hunter advised of law, party had hunting permit.

 

2/4: Larceny, track/football field area, BPR/Parsons Street, salmon-colored jacket taken. Complainant stated it was possibly taken by young white male wearing black sweatshirt, black shorts, black spandex (and, perchance, salmon-colored jacket?)

 

2/4: Franklin Avenue complainant stated his car window was broken.

 

2/3: Rules of the Road. Animal lovers looking for deer, Forest Avenue/Manursing Way. Warning issued.

 

2/3: Walk-in wanted to report identity theft incident.

 

2/3: Twenty-three month-old locked inside vehicle, Bulkley Manor. Unlocked by RFD.

 

2/2: Dog off leash outside designated are, Rye Town Park. Summons issued.

 

2/2: Black Jeep reported blocking Apawamis Avenue driveway. Summons issued.

 

2/2: Illegal dumping complaint, Edith Read Sanctuary. 

 

2/1: Worker surveying Forest Avenue property saw fairly large coyote in backyard.

 

2/1: Caller stated raccoon was acting unnaturally at grassy end of Clinton Avenue. Animal appeared sick, too close to house to dispatch properly. Raccoon moved and was trapped by trapper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3/17: Two children came to HQ to report that high school students in car asked them if they wanted cocaine, near BPR/Central Avenue. Patrol notified via BOLO.

3/20: Ministry of Silly Walks? Suspicious person. Male wearing black clothing observed walking northbound, Forest Avenue. Was Grapal Street resident out for a walk.

3/19: Unshoveled sidewalk reported, Grace Church Street. Summons issued.

3/19: Sick raccoon wandering Hill Street/Vale Place area.

3/19: Found dog wandering Grandview Avenue. “Hoxie” reunited with owner.

3/19: Flurry. Dozen snow ordinance violations. Summonses issued, 4-5 a.m., everywhere.

3/19: Suspicious persons. Male/female in blue van on private dead-end, Pine Lane. GOA.

3/18: Hat trick. Illegally parked vehicle, Purchase Street/West Purdy Avenue. Summons issued, impounded, towed.

3/18: Raccoon struck by vehicle, Fairlawn Street. Dispatched.

3/18: Cry if I want to. Noise complaint, Pondview Road, 11:07 p.m. Large group of kids. When parents arrived home, requested couple of kids to leave premises. Party terminated prior to officers’ arrival.

3/17: Pile of garbage left out week before pickup, Chestnut Street/Orchard Avenue. Party stated he would remove garbage.

3/17: Double hat trick. PEO wrote six parking tickets, Purchase Street/Highland Road area.

3/17: Not proficient. School buses double-parked, blocking traffic, BPR/Parsons Street.

3/17: Hit-and-run. Caller stated she witnessed blue Toyota Sienna hit parked car in front of 2 Purchase Street. Noted license plate.

3/17: Open manhole reported. Located at closed section, Rye Beach Avenue by Redfield and Playland pool parking lot.

3/16: Truck parked too close to Davis/Manursing avenues intersection. Summons issued.

3/16: Caller stated sidewalks along BPR at Sonn Drive/Oakland Beach Avenue had not been shoveled. Resident complied, agreed to have someone clear that morning.

3/16: Dangerous icy sidewalks reported, Apawamis/Midland avenues.

3/16: J’accuse! Caller stated Grace Church Street homeowner had not cleared sidewalks. Was not yet 24 hours after snow as stated in City Code.

3/16: Deer reported on grassy area between WESTMED, Playland Parkway. GOA.

3/16: Never mind. Sergeant observed MVA in which Jeep sideswiped parked, unoccupied Civic. While speaking with driver of Jeep, driver of Civic got into car, drove away. No report taken at time since Civic left scene.

3/15: Cottage Street caller yelling for help. Dispute settled on scene. Verbal argument regarding commercial vehicle parked on private property.

3/15: Suspicious person. Caller stated individual was stopping traffic, BPR/Parsons Street. Older white male with camping backpack, long winter jacket, yelling at cars, kids. Checked area. Unfounded.

3/15: Man yelling, screaming, punching his dark blue BMW. Upset about lost wallet. Wallet found, pedigree taken.

3/15: Vehicle drove off road, hit snow bank, Hammond Road/Theodore Fremd Avenue.

3/14: Assist citizen. Dispute reported between DPW worker and homeowner, Boulder/Stonycrest roads. No dispute found.

3/14: Two incidents regarding contractors plowing snow onto another resident’s property or into City roadway, Theodore Fremd Avenue, Milton Road.

3/14: Dangerous icy condition reported, BPR/Oakland Beach Avenue.

3/13: Suspicious Vehicle, Old Post Road. Operator stated he and other party worked for Silhouette Security Company 6 p.m.-4 a.m. Additional passenger was along for the ride.

3/13: Abandoned vehicle towed from Nursery Lane.

3/12: Rules of the Road, BPR/Osborn Road. Motorist passed all field sobriety tests. Stated he was diabetic. Warning issued. Vehicle towed for safekeeping.

3/12: Marriott management stated room 142 was notified of making unwanted noise. Spoke with occupants, final warning, they would be asked to leave if officers had to come back.

3/12: Odor of gas reported, Rye Mall Area, Purchase Street. RFD on scene, Con Ed notified.

3/12: Rules of the Road. Window tint, clear directional signals, driving left of pavement markings. Warning issued.

3/11: City Code violation. Construction noise. Spoke to contractor, first day on job. Was not told about Saturday code.

3/11: Black vehicle, tinted windows idling for more than 15 minutes, playing loud music, Orchard Avenue, 5 p.m. Canvassed area, negative results.

3/10: Lock and roll. Harassment. Party stated her handyman had placed lock on her North Street garage and refused to give her key or unlock same.

3/10: Possibly disabled male reported flagging people down, Old Post Road. Provided courtesy transport for lost person.

3/9: Harding Drive party unable to locate babysitter, daughter, 12:28 p.m. Supposed to be home by 10:45 a.m. Both parties returned home unharmed.

3/9: Hit and run. Walk-in stated someone hit their driver’s side mirror one day prior, Osborn/Theall roads.

3/9: March Madness. Silver vehicle reported parked in dead end with loud music, Pondview Road/Sharon Lane. Parties checked out, live locally. Were playing basketball.

3/7: Google dog? Brevoort Lane dog walks around neighborhood without its owner but never causes harm to anyone walking past.

3/7: Motor vehicle stolen from Station Plaza area under US-1 bridge.

3/7: Hot ticket. Summonses issued to vehicles illegally parked, RFD lot.

3/7: Black sedan reported operating in hazardous manner, Playland Parkway. Crossing double lines, stopping for no apparent reason.

3/6: Dawn patrol. DPW worker found wallet on Purchase Street at approximately 5 a.m. Found business with same last name as ID in wallet. Called, left message.

3/6: Raccoon in Purchase Street shop basement. Animal trapper notified. Owner notified that he will have to pay for the service.

3/6: Caller reported suspicious vehicle parked in Midland pick up area. Seemed out of place. Checked area, nothing out of place.

3/6: Coolidge Avenue caller reported possibly rabid raccoon on his property. Advised to call animal trapper at his expense.

3/6: Injured deer by bend in roadway, Bradford Avenue/Henry Street. Animal deceased. Report to DPW in morning.

3/5: Towards Blind Brook? Highland Hall caller reported raccoon in courtyard. Raccoon blind, not rabid. Animal escorted off property.

3/5: Caller reported open garage door, sound of running water coming from vacant house. Pipes indoors cracked, water leaked into basement and garage. No sign of forced entry. Chester Drive.

3/4: Station Plaza. MTA conductor wanted passenger off train for interfering with her duties. Did not want to press charges at that time. MTA police on

scene.

3/4: Fix that fence! Youths reported on railroad tracks behind 99 Purchase Street. Youths fled upon arrival.

3/4: Alleged sick raccoon in tree, Midland South field. Animal dispatched.

3/4: Youths playing in roadway on scooters, disrupting traffic, Apawamis/Midland avenues.

3/4: Health/Safety hazard. Stanley Steamer working in Car Park 2 area, dumping water waste into parking lot and it was freezing, creating safety issue. Party stopped upon arrival and cleaned up icy roadway.

11/2: Walk-in complainant reported vehicle was key-scratched while parked on Purdy Avenue.

11/1: Sprinkler in use during water emergency, Overlook Place. Summons issued.

10/31:  Caller stated Palisade Road contractor was blocking road with vehicle, and sidewalk with worktable. Turned out to be moving company, asked them to move from sidewalk.

10/31: Unknown party broke rear window of Theodore Fremd business, stole hand tools.

10/31: Hook Road resident reported one of her Adirondack chairs stolen from yard, other suspicious incidents.

10/31: Claremont Avenue rock chipping contractor advised of City Code regarding start/stop times for chipping.

10/31:  Monkeying around. Male dressed in all black reported following kids around and scaring them, Roosevelt Avenue/Wainwright Street. Resident stated it was child in gorilla suit trying to scare other trick-or-treaters.

10/30: Goldwin Street caller stated his unoccupied vehicle was involved in overnight hit-and-run.

10/29: Assisted citizen, Forest Avenue. Party stated synagogue received hate mail.

10/29: Neighborhood trouble, Overhill Avenue, 9 p.m. Dispersed large group of youths. Spoke with homeowners.

10/29:  Jay Walk. Youths entered John Jay estate after hours. Summons issued.

10/28: Theall Road caller stated she was missing jewelry.

10/27:  Party reported sleeping in hallway, top floor of Purdy Avenue building. Located outside Starbucks, advised to stay away from building.

10/26: Caller stated he found abandoned tote bag on S/B platform of train station. Described as LL Bean bag with “KKR” initials. MTA notified.

10/26:  Several leaf blowers in use in Brevoort Lane/Greenhaven Road area. Summons issued.

10/25: Cinco de payo. Scofflaw violation, Purchase Street, $500 owed. Vehicle towed.

10/24:  Rules of the Road. Warning issued, 45 mph/crossing yellow line, Midland Avenue.

10/23: Leaf blowers, Central Avenue. Warning issued.

10/23:  Orchard Avenue resident upset with neighbors’ children playing on and around her property. Advised kids.

10/22: Caller reported man in silver Camry exited his car, retrieved bag from under I-287 underpass. Canvassed area, unfounded.

10/21: Suspicious male dressed all in black looking in vehicles on Grapal Street, called in by off-duty officer. Canvassed area, negative results.

10/21: Person sleeping in vehicle, Grapal Street. Homeowner’s son, parked in driveway.

10/20: Sprinklers on at Stuyvesant Avenue residence. Able to make contact with party who shut off system immediately. Warning issued.

10/20: Caller reported a tire fell off car, hit DPW truck, Hix/Oakland Beach Avenue.

10/20:  Male/female, Asian descent, reported selling product, possibly socks, out of back of blue van, Purdy Avenue. GOA.

10/19:  City Code water conservation violations: Allendale Drive, Hix Avenue, Purchase Street, Hook Road, Mead Place. Summonses issued.

10/19: Residents reported male driving silver Hyundai went into two vehicles, stole purses, 8:52 a.m. Canvassed Resurrection area, negative results.

10/19:  Detective reported third incident, resident’s purse stolen from her motor vehicle, Resurrection School, 9:21 a.m.

10/19:  Car reported falling off tow truck, blocking Hammond Road.

10/18: Resident reported returning home from month away to find license plate stolen.

10/18: Gush they haven’t heard the news. Sprinklers in use, despite City’s emergency conservation effort. Summonses issued, pretty much all over town.

10/18:  Staggered, more like. Walk-in reported someone using her credit card to charge $11,000 in purchases.

10/17: Just the facts, please. Party reported homeless man in 2nd-floor Purdy Avenue building stairwell. Party gone, smell not.

10/17:  Caller reported copper taken from Maple Avenue property.

10/16: Sailboat reported on rocks at Scotch Caps. Upon arrival, found vessel had broken free from mooring, been recovered by AYC staff, no visible damage.

10/16:  Dock Holiday. Located 8’ x 8’ yellow fiber floating dock in Fairchild rock area. Towed to Marina, secured it to work dock. Boat Basin Supervisor notified.10/15: Wainwright Street resident reported damage to rear door, possible attempted entry into residence. Detective dispatched.

10/15:  Her plate was Philled. Complainant stated metal plates for Milton Road work were very loud when driven over and were disturbing her sleep. Contacted Phil from Con Ed who stated he did not have emergency unit for weekend, but would have welder out Monday, if weather permitting, to secure loose metal plates. 

 

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