9/14: Red flag! Caller reported unleashed brown Lab walked onto Nursery Field during soccer game, relieved itself. Dog was still in area. Car 15 sent to identify owner, have mess removed.

9/18: Ready for their close-up. Garden Drive resident stated she went to her kitchen around 4 a.m., and upon turning on the light believed she scared off two men who were near her unlocked vehicle in her driveway. Males wearing black hoodies ran out of her driveway. Canvassed area with negative results. Homeowner had recently installed cameras on property, she would advise RPD in the a.m.

9/18: Playland Market owner stated he was startled as he opened the shop by male in red jacket who was suspiciously hanging around premises, 5:19 a.m. GOA.

9/18: Lock and unload. Larceny from vehicle. Fairlawn Street resident reported unlocked vehicle was gone through overnight while parked in driveway. No items appeared to have been stolen.

9/18: Vehicle’s glove compartment/center console reported rummaged overnight, Oakwood Avenue. Was parked at end of driveway, left unlocked. No items stolen or damaged.

9/18: Loose change taken from unlocked vehicle in driveway sometime overnight, approximately one or two dollars.

9/17: Officer reported suspicious vehicle at Exxon station, North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Driver notified of bench warrant, advised to turn himself in to central booking after he returned to Bronx.

9/17: Complainant stated ex-boyfriend was contacting her, wanted it to stop, believes he installed spyware on her phone, computer. Wishes assistance in finding, removing same.

9/17: Caller reported deer trapped in fence, John Jay Place. Fence was cut by neighborhood homeowners, deer ran off into woods.

9/16: Foul territory. Caller stated group of young boys on bicycles harassing girls’ softball team near Milton School.

9/16: Caller stated youths kicked out of Rye Rec skate park swearing, being disruptive to other parties in basketball area. Spoke with complainant. Youths advised to move along.

9/15: Illegally parked vehicles, Purchase Street. Summonses issued.

9/15: Accident behind Chase bank. Exchange of information.

9/15: Spoke to party at RowAmerica Rye regarding loud morning class, disturbing to Milton Road resident. He agreed to speak with staff regarding morning noise.

9/14: Disabled vehicle. Deer struck, caused damage to driver’s side mirror, doors.

Driver to fix.

9/14: Rye Manor caller reported attempted scam via computer. Officer dispatched to make sure party had not lost money and contacted his bank. Money not taken out.

9/13: Illegally parked vehicle, Drake Smith Lane. Towed.

9/12: Caller reported homeless person, possible drug user, on back stairwell of Purchase Street building.

9/12: Parties sleeping in their vehicle, Theall Road, 1:19 a.m. Told they needed to leave location.

9/12: Property check, unoccupied vehicle, Rye Town Park, 1:47 a.m. Parties approached, said they were just out for walk. Local residents, advised to avoid being in park after dark.

9/12: Connecticut state troopers looking for vehicle involved in hit-and-run in their jurisdiction. Check identified vehicle at Forest Avenue location.

9/12: Franklin Avenue wanted to report someone may have attempted to poison her dogs. Stated she would buy home camera system to prove who was coming into her yard.

9/11: Officer reported suspicious vehicle in lot next to gas station, North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Late-night worker called in for networking issue.

9/11: Summons issued, expired registration, Midland Avenue/Sylvan Place.

9/11: Check is in the …Central Avenue resident stated postman jumped over her fence, damaging it.

9/11: How gauche! Vehicle observed with left wheels to curb, Midland Avenue/Playland Parkway. Ordered to correct. Warning issued.

7/3: Bad fit. Purchase Street clothing store manager stated angry customer knocked over racks, mannequins, left store, got into red Ford Focus. Noted plate number. Negative results on canvas.

7/5: Suspicious vehicle parked on Dearborn Avenue. Towed to yard by Hannigan’s.

7/4: Rules of the Load. Inadequate rear license plate lamp, overload of passengers in vehicle obstructing driver’s rear view, Hewlett Avenue. Summons issued.

7/4: Injured or rabid raccoon observed in middle of southbound traffic lane, Forest Avenue/Eve Lane. Animal retreated into storm drain.

7/4: Glad he cleared that up. Accidental damage, Wappanocca Avenue. Caller stated there was no damage to his window from unknown cause.

7/4: Rules of the Road, Hook Road/Forest Avenue. Unlicensed operator. Vehicle towed.

7/4: Rules of the Sea. Vessel boarding. Warning issued to Rye registered boat for bow riding.

7/4: Lapse-adaisical. Rules of the Road. Registration suspended due to insurance lapse. Summons issued.

7/4: Assisted Rye resident with extinguishing small fire in the marshland, Milton Harbor.

7/4: Twilight’s last gleaming. Report of fireworks in the area of Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue, 9:49 p.m.

7/3: Female operator issued verbal warning about parking beyond 1-hour after sunset, Rye Town Dock, 2:45 a.m.

7/3: “Lullaby and goodnight…” Black Acura with CT plates reported running for over an hour with party sleeping inside, Fairlawn Street. Driver felt very tired, pulled over. Escorted to Nursery Field to rest up.

7/3: Unknown vehicle accidentally struck edge of Sonn Drive garage, broke a window. Did not appear to be malicious.

7/3: Quarante en Trente. Rules of the Road. Operator being warned for speeding at 40 m.p.h. in 30 zone on Forest Avenue presented foreign driver’s license with no International Permit. Vehicle displayed expired transit permit. Valid registration. Warning issued for improper plate display.

7/3: Criminal mischief. Contractor stated hose at McCullough Place property had been cut twice.

7/3: Burt? AYC caller stated they saw swimmer about 100 yards from shore headed to open water alone. Party tried to make contact with no luck. Manager stated swimmer had returned to shore.

7/3: Caller reported black Toyota driving erratically, BPR/Purdy Avenue. Ongoing issue with driver. Multiple driver reviews completed. Driver not drunk. Warning issued.

7/3: Stern warning. Vessel boarding, Milton Harbor. Warning issued for no stern light.

7/3: Pow! Loud bang reported, power outage, 11:47 p.m. Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue.

7/2: Shocking! Complainant stated there was illegal beach parking in area of Dearborn Avenue. Summonses issued.

7/2: Aside from that, all okay. Vessel boarding, Port Chester Harbor. No registration number affixed, expired Marine registry. Summons issued. Warning issued for no sound device aboard.

7/2: Hasty-Boy? Caller reported recliner in front of adjacent Theodore Fremd property more than 24 hours before bulk pick-up.

7/1: Westchester County PD requested assistance with Bee Line bus stopped at Milton Road/Playland Parkway intersection with party assaulting child on bus. Backed up.

7/1: Minor explosion reported, possibly transformer, Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue, 8:15 p.m.

6/30: Game Knicksed. Parties reported playing basketball at Rye Rec, 12:42 a.m. Advised to leave.

6/30: Criminal mischief. Windshield on construction vehicle reported being shot out by pellet gun, North Street/Old Post Road.

6/30: Pine-Sol. Caller reported solicitors going door-to-door on private road, Pine Island. Party advised he could no longer solicit without permit. On his way home.

6/30: Caller reported dispute with mechanic, Midland Avenue. Would like to speak with officer.

6/30: Caller reported black SUV occupied by two males, possibly doing drugs by garages behind Central Avenue building, 10:43 p.m.

6/29: Suspicious male, medium build wearing dark clothing, acting in odd manner in vicinity of Rye Arts Center. No one fitting description in the area.

6/29: Cellfish. Female stated she was being yelled at by construction worker, North Street/Old Post Road. No female complainant on scene. Construction crew said woman pulled out in way of traffic while on her cell phone, causing roadblock, would not move.

6/29: Viewed video footage for evidence in Mead Place larceny from vehicle. Negative results.

6/29: Received call from AYC employee who advised child had fallen off paddle board between AYC beach and Sound and was in distress. Marine unit began search towards Parsonage Point, hailed employee for description of child. Determined they were looking for orange/yellow wind surfer with blue wetsuit. Noticed windsurfer fitting description a mile off point. Made contact. Not in distress.

8/30: Cha-ching. Sixteen Rules of the Road summonses/warnings issued, 6:30 –10:30 p.m. Everywhere

9/1: TD or not TD. Caller stated there was machine-like high-pitched noise in downtown Purchase Street area. Noise appeared to be coming from TD Bank roof, possible HVAC system failing.

9/1: Walk-in stated he saw bag of golf clubs in front of Mobil station, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Property retrieved.

9/1: Neighborhoody trouble. Complainant stated she saw three male youths in hoodies walking around the area of Forest Avenue/Martin Butler Court. Thought it was suspicious.

8/31: Suspicious vehicle reported in front of 184 Purchase Street. Listed owner stated he was waiting to pick up a friend.

8/31: Screen pass. Neighbor stated Orchard Drive resident was shouting loudly, creating excessive noise. Made contact, party yelling from within residence. Entrance made through front door by ripping screen. Party alert and oriented, denied needing help, requested officers leave. Was concerned about screen damage and how to get reimbursed.

8/31: Strong odor of gas reported in Halstead Place/Oakland Beach Avenue. Con Ed responding.

8/31: Warriston Lane resident found two inflatable tubes on his property. Recovered and stored at HQ.

8/31: Milton Road resident stated his vehicle was vandalized. Sworn statement taken.

8/30: Open-and-shut case. County Coach bus door found open, Goldwyn Street, 2 a.m. Bus checked for occupants with negative results, another bus had keys left in door. Officer left card with incident information, placed keys in building.

8/30: Amazon Crime? Forest Avenue caller stated party placed $8,000 of purchases on her credit card. She cancelled items, but they were delivered to her residence. Unsure if someone was coming to pick them up. Canvassed area, negative results.

8/29: Lost, homeless female observed sitting on curb, Stuyvesant Avenue/Halls Lane, 3 a.m. Stated she was looking for a place to go. Courtesy transport to train station provided.

8/29: Debris found in roadway, Purchase Street/Station Plaza, 5 a.m. Looked to be parts of truck that failed to squeeze under bridge. DPW arrived on scene, cleaned area.

8/29: A rest report. Caller reported driver slumped over wheel of minivan, Playland Access Drive/Theall Road. Party checked out, was resting.

8/28: Caller stated unknown party parked flatbed truck in front of her Horton Street house in violation of beach ordinance. No vehicle owner on scene. Summons issued.

8/28: Parking row. Report of several illegally parked cars near Marina, Milton Road. Spoke with complainant who stated she spoke with RowAmerica Rye owner in attempt to solve a continuing parking problem.

8/28: Despoiler alert. Brevoort Lane caller stated neighbor on several occasions let her two dogs onto his property to relieve themselves without cleanup. Spoke to owner. Situation resolved for now.

8/28: Tips line report of suspicious persons. Kids got out of Honda CR-V at back entrance to baseball field, Johnson Place, Greenhaven. GOA.

8/27: Group of youths reported in BPR/Central Avenue area walking, talking loudly, breaking glass. Advised three youths to keep it low as they walk home.

8/27: Coyote reported running across North Street property towards Greenwood Union Cemetery, 6:35 a.m.

8/27: Catch of the day. Checked two persons fishing, 8:45 a.m., Rye Town Dock. Warnings issued for no fishing registration.

8/26: Anonymous caller reported party with live band in Forest/Rye Beach Avenue area, 1 a.m. Spoke to homeowner, music stopped.

8/26: Third party reported alleged male/female harassment aboard 30-foot white cabin cruiser in Milton Harbor. Fled in direction of Mamaroneck. Coast Guard, Marine Units, MPD responded.

8/26: Male in early teens reported wandering near Rye Town Park restaurant. Wearing blue jeans, red shirt. Appeared disoriented.

8/25: Greenhaven resident stated she received bank letter stating her account may have been compromised.

8/25: Intoxicated male reported in CVS. Caller stated white male suspect put his hands on employee and that subject was leaving store, wearing black polo shirt and hat. Left scene on bicycle. Suspect notified that CVS management did not want him back on premise.

8/25: Assisted 26-foot motorboat run aground at Fairchild Rock, partially obstructing channel navigation. Engine lights and engine disabled. Towed to dock without incident.

8/24: Construction vehicles reported creating hazardous road condition, Hix/Oakland Beach avenues. Flag men not enough help.

8/24: Off the hook. Foot-long section of telephone pole removed, placed in City Dumpster, Marina. Attempts to have DPW remove object unsuccessful. DPW stated it was Con Ed responsibility.

8/24: Caller stated women in gray Chevy SUV hit his white Mercedes Benz on Purchase Street and refused to get out of her car to look at damage. Requested assistance. Information exchanged.

8/24: Larceny. Bike reported stolen, Station Plaza.

6/15: Bow-woe! Summit Avenue complainant stated two dogs in neighboring backyard had been barking nonstop for approximately two hours. Court summons issued.

6/16: City Code violation, early construction, 7:14 a.m., Hill Street. Warning issued.

6/16: Suspicious person. Chester Drive caller stated a male who appeared to be of Indian descent, standing in front of her property. GOA.

6/16: Leaf blowers in use, Dearborn Avenue. Summons issued.

6/15: Rye Town perk. Caller stated she was locked in Rye Town Park parking lot, 1:10 a.m., needed assistance. Sergeant in possession of key, opened gate to allow exit.

6/15: Criminal mischief done to hoses, multiple electrical cords unplugged from power source, Red Oak Drive.

6/15: Caller reported suspicious male entered Christ’s Church building, 60s, white shirt/black pants, sneakers, heading south on US-1.

6/15: Caller reported missing manhole cover, Maple Avenue/North Street. Situation corrected.

6/15: Bicycle taken from Eve Lane property.

6/15: Neighborhood trouble, Forest/Dearborn avenues. Large group of teens reported ringing doorbells, shouting profanities, 10:22 p.m.

6/15: Loud party reported, Harding Drive/LaSalle Avenue, 11 p.m. Homeowner advised to bring party indoors, music shut down.

6/14: Caller reported her friend had left Coveleigh Club at approximately 1 p.m. Stated she would be at Y gym until closing. None of her friends had heard from her by 12:30 a.m. and were concerned. Party returned home at 1:30 a.m. without incident.

6/14: Neutral zone. Vessel in distress. Assistance requested in area of buoy 36. Owner stated forward gear not working. Vessel towed.

6/14: Young girl reported hiding behind tree because she was being chased by white/beige van with blonde-haired man in it.

6/14: Dragnet. Youths moving basketball hoop into Beverly Drive creating hazard. Base extremely heavy, unable to move alone. DPW notified.

6/13: Neighborhood trouble. Intoxicated party reported near Rye Town Park.

6/13: Walk-in reported identity theft.

6/13: Offensive foul. Caller reported hitting basketball hoop with his vehicle, Newberry Place/Oakland Beach Avenue.

6/13: Suspicious person, Clinton Avenue. Male reported exposing himself. Spoke with subject who stated he was just changing his shirt. Complainant confirmed story.

6/12: Large coyote running in roadway, 7 a.m., Chester Drive/Douglas Circle.

6/12: Caller reported large turtle he felt would be a danger to pedestrians, Highland Road/Mendota Avenue.

6/12: Marriott Courtyard guest complaining about terrorist activity, also called 911 twice with no emergency. Detectives on scene.

6/12: Disorderly conduct. Caller requested police take ride through Rye Town Park due to dispute. Parties separated and on their way.

6/12: Beach bummer. Caller stated several vehicles parked illegally, Rye Beach Avenue. Summonses issued.

6/12: Cars reported parked on Redfield Avenue in violation of beach parking rules. Summonses issued.

6/12: On hold. Caller stated his mother-in-law’s phone was off hook for several hours. Requested welfare check. Party stated she would call him back when she found her phone. Declined help in finding same.

6/11: Caller stated male wearing red T-shirt, around 45 years-old was committing a lewd act in gazebo by library. She further stated she had pictures of act. Did not observe party making any kind of lewd gestures or motions. Stated he just had an itch. Picture showed nothing more than what officer observed. Caller unwilling to make sworn statement.

6/11: Multiple cars parked in violation of beach ordinance, Dearborn Avenue/Newberry Place.

6/11: Time for name change? Marine unit responded to report of yellow vessel named “No Surrender” speeding in the harbor. Boarding conducted, warning issued.

6/11: Norman Drive caller returned home, finding rear door wide open. Stated she may have had a burglary. Caller left home in a rush, could not remember if she had closed/locked door. No marks or apparent tampering, no sign of ransacking. Advised incident showed no signs of burglary.

6/10: White Birch Drive complainant stated his neighbor’s dog constantly defecates in his yard, runs around unleashed scaring young kids in neighborhood. Informed owner of the City Code.

6/10: Complainant stated party in his 60s wearing baseball cap, blue jeans, blue jacket with cane and bottle making obscene gestures/comments, Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue. Spoke with party. Advised him he fit description of man making rude comments to ladies going by. New Rochelle man stated he only gave directions to one lady, and he was going to Playland.

6/10: Party reported mother with young child intoxicated at Rye Town Park bar intended on driving home. All parties GOA.

6/10: Grab-n-go. Caller reported larceny from CVS. Party just walked into store, grabbed bunch of items off shelf, fled scene in white Nissan.

6/10: Noise complaint. Caller stated youths drinking, Frederick Court. Canvassed area, negative results.

6/9: Manursing Way caller stated there was construction noise prior to 7:30 a.m. Transport vehicle loading backhoe, completed upon officer’s arrival, 6:37 a.m.

6/9: Report of sick, skinny raccoon coming out of lot by Hewlett Avenue/Milton Road. Did not appear sick. Ran back into woods.

6/9: Shady character. Party reported his Ray-Ban sunglasses were stolen from him at Mobil gas station while he was paying. Video shows other party placing his sunglasses in his pocket.

6/9: Grace Church Street caller stated unknown male on her property. Complainant reported male with buzz cut had possibly followed his daughter, wife home after they were out walking dogs. Male later observed at residence, resembled male they passed while walking dogs.

6/8: Male reported sleeping in Citibank lobby. Party left premise without incident.

Police Blotter August 18

8/6: Get Shore-ty. Paddle boarder without life jacket. Voyage terminated. Advised to return to shore to get jacket.

8/9: Winging it. Rules of the Road, Bird Lane. Unlicensed driver, expired registration. Summonses issued.

8/9: Road blocked, BPR/Park Avenue, due to RGC swim meet. Advised RGC employees about parking on Park Avenue and not causing traffic issues.

8/9: MVA, property damage no injuries, involving parked vehicle/ConEd pole, Grace Church Street.

8/9: MVA, property damage, BPR/Park Avenue. One party claimed he did not hit caller’s vehicle; caller stated she was rear-ended. Very minor damage to caller’s vehicle, no damage to other vehicle. Information exchanged. Party accused of hitting caller’s vehicle given summons for unlicensed driving.

8/9: Registered nail. Caller reported she struck a car in front of the Post Office.

8/8: Coyote sighting in backyard, Roger Sherman Place.

8/8: Larceny. Stolen tailgate from vehicle, BPR.

8/7: Coyote reported running across yard, Milton School.

8/7: Baggadocio. CVS manager reported female had just taken items for store, placed them in her bag, and left. Cars 11 and 12 sent to store for statement.

8/6: Three loud “pops” reported by Hewlett Avenue resident who believed them to be fireworks coming from Milton School. Canvassed area, negative results.

8/6: Crew working with power tools, Central Avenue. Warning issued.

8/6: Coyote running through yards, Allendale Drive, 11 a.m.

8/6: Vessel boarding, Playland Cove. Warning issued for no sound-producing device.

8/6: Marine unit loaned life jacket to boarder without one, Port Chester Harbor.

8/6: Playland Cove launch operator hailed marine unit about blue jet ski racing in and out of cove. Left before arrival.

8/5: Complainant stated there was identity fraud on FedEx and Chase accounts.

8/5: Scotch Cops. Came across disable vessel out of AYC. Assisted back to mooring. Boarding report completed. Warning issued.

8/5: Fire. Caller reported lots of smoke coming from 2nd floor window, 151 Purchase Street. Assisted RFD.

8/5: Or, smashed door with hand? Report of problem at Marriott Courtyard. Someone apparently broke into a room or had a broken hand. Severe language barrier.

8/5: Large bird with fish hook and lead weight in chest reported, Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue. Originally in roadway, now in brook by bridge. Cars 11,15 to check.

8/4: Excessive noise from multiple rock/stone cutters, Hughes Avenue. Warning issued.

8/4: Caller stated coyote ran through her Holly Lane yard toward CVS area. Did not appear to be sick or injured, 6:30 p.m.

8/4: County PD requested assistance removing persons from rocks in area of “Plunge” ride, Playland Cove. Summons issued.

8/4: Loud party reported at Rye Road residence. Parents not home, no underage drinking. Promised to quiet down.

8/4: Rye Town Park security reported larceny from patron’s vehicle. Complainant’s bag, contents taken from her vehicle. Bag “accidentally” removed by party. All items returned to owner.

8/4: Caller stated several teens were driving erratically in Brevoort Lane area in silver SUV, possibly throwing beer bottles at residence. GOA. Spoke with complainant. Party dispersed, guests were headed home.

8/4: Caller stated group of approximately 30 kids at Rye Rec Skate Park were throwing things at passing vehicles.

8/3: Suspicious vehicle. Caller reported light colored van, possibly beige, pulled up to her driveway. Male got out, checked car doors in her driveway, left the area. Franklin Avenue. Driver stopped, delivering clothes to residents. Warning issued.

8/3: RFD notified of gasoline odor in area of Slip #19, Marina Building. Found portable gas tank on vessel that was not properly vented and was expanding. Pressure released, condition corrected.

8/3: Caller stated she saw coyote in street and later in her Heritage Lane yard heading toward house on Martin Road, 7 p.m.

8/2: Assisted PEO with active scofflaw. Vehicle towed. Station plaza.

8/2: Barking. Caller captured at-large dog, placed it at residence where she believed animal lived. Complainant was loud, belligerent with officer. Told officer dog owner doesn’t care. She hit patrol car as it drove away.

8/2: Single coyote reported, Roger Sherman Place, 3 p.m.

8/1: Grace Church Street resident reported jewelry stolen.


5/31: Three-point explanation. Complainant stated someone was playing basketball on Rye Rec court, Midland Avenue, 12:25 a.m. Informed party Rye Rec hours were until dusk (when the sun goes down). He then left the premise.

6/6: Caller stated he saw a coyote crossing Playland Parkway, then saw several heading into the woods between Milton Road and Midland Avenue.

6/5: Sensible solution. Chairs in roadway, Purchase Street/Wappanocca Avenue. Moved out of roadway.

6/5: Tree company truck blocking roadway, Sand Street/Milton Road. Warning issued, truck moved immediately.

6/5: Port tacky. Failure to signal left turn, Stuyvesant/Van Wagenen avenues. Summons issued.

6/5: Party stated there was older man in suspicious Lincoln, stopped by side of road near Midland Avenue/Sylvan Place. Male with family returning from Playland, stopped by side of road. No violations.

6/5: Purse reported stolen from Fernwood Avenue home. Purse found inside locked garage.

6/4: Female, possibly intoxicated, reported leaning against Patisserie Salzburg wall. Officer spoke with woman who stated she was waiting for her Uber and was okay. Had her sit on ledge. She played on her phone until picked up.

6/4: One ringy-dingy. Caller stated he lost his dingy. White, 8-foot Walker Bay. Caller advised that New Rochelle Marine Unit reported it recovered previous day.

6/4: Anonymous caller reported man sleeping in September 11 Memorial Gazebo. Party identified himself and went on his way.

6/3: Group of five youths on bikes, dressed in black with backpacks reported acting suspiciously in area of Barlow Lane/BPR, 12:15 a.m. Parties checked out.

6/3: Long walk home, Gomer. Walk-in produced suspended NY license after stating he drove his friend to HQ to pick up his car.

6/3: Neighborhood trouble. Kids playing in roadway, Davis/Manursing avenues. Ongoing problem. Spoke with children, who said they would move into driveway.

6/3: Trunk call. Caller stated he saw black Lincoln stop at light, Purchase Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue intersection. Car was full of girls. Stated she saw trunk bounce and was afraid there was a person inside. Canvassed area, negative results.

6/3: Performance art. General alarm activation, Osborn School, 10:15 p.m. Key holder on scene, exterior secure. Determined a piece of art fell off wall.

6/3: Caller stated a loud party near Hunter/Sunset lanes was keeping her children awake; second caller stated there was loud music disturbing her peace near Stuyvesant Avenue. Both parties shutting down upon arrival.

6/2: Your geese is as good as…Complaint of possible hunters in water, caller not sure where sound was coming from. Spoke with party in Greenhaven Beach area, stated shots probably coming from AYC across harbor, usually four-five shots to scare geese away.

6/1: Snooze alarm. City Code violation, Noise ordinance. Landscaping company using loud mower on Theodore Fremd property, 6:51 a.m. Advised to stop work until 7:30 a.m.

6/1: FedEx driver reported being bitten by dog, Fenton Street. Statement obtained, unable to contact dog owner.

5/30: Coyote reported running across street, Blind Brook Lane/Wappanocca Avenue, 7:57 a.m.

5/30: Suspicious persons. Caller stated three males wearing black pants/shirts/backpacks were walking through Station Plaza near Rye Grill & Bar, trying vehicle door handles. Information taken on all parties checked out.

5/31: Leaf blowers in use, Overdale Avenue. Summons issued.

5/30: “To sleep, perchance to dream.” Milton Road resident reported suspicious vehicle outside his house. Stratford, Connecticut driver fell asleep after getting lost.

5/29: Motorist stated group of youths wearing Playland uniforms were walking in middle of road near Fireman’s Monument. Refused to walk on sidewalk. Area checked, no pedestrians in roadway.

5/28: Will driverless cabs just hit “Eject”? Uber driver requested assistance waking passenger at HQ. Party awakened, returned home.

5/28: Rotten apple. Vehicle reported parked in dangerous spot, Orchard Lane. Summons issued.

5/28: Marine unit stopped RowAmerica shell that did not have chase boat in harbor. Crew made to terminate voyage.

5/28: Young caller reported older heavyset male stopped his silver Toyota in BPR/Osborn Road area, asked if he needed ride as he opened car door. Vehicle GOA.

5/27: Dog off leash, Rye Town Park. Summons issued.

5/26: Dock, dock loose? Abandoned duck blind found tied to dock in Milton Harbor, 12:15 p.m.. Mamaroneck owner said he would remove by end of day.

5/26: Slashed tires reported, Dearborn Avenue. Appeared as though vehicle had run over nail or screw.

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