9/29 Waiting for sunrise. Deliveryman reported passed out in his pizza truck, Marriott Courtyard, 12:07 a.m. Driver was tired after long shift. Nothing unusual, sent home for sleep.
10/07 North Street complainant stated someone entered her unlocked car, stole a GPS, 8:20 a.m.
10/07 Double play. Rules of the Road, BPR/Parsons Street, 9:36 a.m. and Cedar/Purchase streets, 10:06 a.m. No front plates. Warning, summons issued.
10/07 Second North Street complainant stated someone attempted to break into his garage overnight.
10/07 Aggravated Harassment. Complainant stated that ex-coworker was coming by the house uninvited. She was concerned for safety of herself and family.
10/07 Rules of the Road. Front plate covered/obstructed view, BPR/Parsons Street 3:22 p.m. Warning issued.
10/07 Walk-in reported finding threatening note left on her vehicle while parked at The Osborn.
10/07 Caller stated possibly intoxicated female driver of gray Hyundai ran over divider in Rye Town Park parking lot. Car observed parked in lot. Registered owner was picked up by friend.
10/07 Multiple wires reported on fire at Hillside Road/Purchase Street intersection, 8 p.m.
10/07 Bad medicine. Caller reported someone hit his parked vehicle during the day, CVS parking lot.
10/05 Assisted Port Chester Harbor Patrol with pumping out and towing sunken vessel at Port Chester Yacht Club.
10/05 Not feline so good. Cat was walking around in circles on Sound Road lawn, appeared to be sick. Humane Society took possession of animal.
10/05 Loud party reported with large group of youths, Forest Avenue/Sanford Street, 10:41 p.m. Group dispersed, advised to head home.
10/04 Suspicious party walking solo by Five Points, wearing gray sweater, hat. Disappeared when officer turned around to find him, 3:41 a.m.
10/04 Suspicious person. Caller reported male in striped shirt walking around Reymont Avenue away from Sonn Drive. Caller said he looked like he did not know where he was going and was there for some time. Party checked out, was working at Colby Avenue construction site.
10/04 Blackout. Multiple calls regarding transformer “explosion”, Locust/Theodore Fremd avenues, 1:53 p.m.
10/04 Not so fine. PEO found vehicle parked illegally with infant in back seat, Purdy Avenue/McCullough Place, 2:48 p.m. Canvassed area for owner of vehicle. She was at court paying fine. Mother opened vehicle, infant was okay.
10/04 Assisted PCPD with stop of vehicle reported by them as helping to break into other vehicles, then fleeing, Goldwin Street/Midland Avenue. Towed by Hannigan’s.
10/04 Waters Edge caller stated it was high tide and two men were on his property fishing. Warning issued.
10/03 Car 15 to DPW for multiple system failures.
10/03 PCPD requested assistance with Grace Church Street dispute.
10/02 PEO reported scofflaw vehicle, requested tow car.
10/02 Numerous callers reported solicitors after hours, Redfield Street/Old Rye Beach Avenue, 7:43 p.m. Located individual. He stated he was waiting for ride, would not disturb any more residences.
10/02: City Manager requested officer presence at City Council meeting as deterrent to possibly angry individual. Summons issued.
10/01 Coyote seen walking in Forest/Green Avenue area numerous times. GOA.
10/01 Hiding in plain sight. Two large potholes reported, Purchase Street by Depot Plaza. DPW notified.
10/01 Wheel dilemma. Rye Rec reported youths bicycling in skate park. Rec employee stated bikers were not allowed to use skate ramp. Recommended to employee that gate signage was not proper, should be corrected.
9/30 Park & Ride. Party pulled into Rye Subaru to use cell phone, was asked for identification. Found his license was suspended in NY. Vehicle parked, driver took cab home, was advised of jurisdictions where he had outstanding tickets.
9/30 Road to ruin. Caller reported getting two flat tires while driving down Milton Road.
9/29 Caller stated man was walking aggressive dog off leash, Nursery Field. GOA.
9/29: Purchase Street caller reported his tire was slashed overnight.
9/29 Party damaged neighbor’s Island Drive property with his vehicle. No injuries. Vehicle towed to Greenwich Mercedes.
9/29: Car hit telephone pole, Oakland Beach Avenue. Injured party taken to Greenwich Hospital.
9/29 Unholy mackerel. Party found dead fish in his Bradford Avenue yard, requested extra patrols. Believed it was some sort of sign against him.
9/28 Walk-in at HQ requested to document incident involving her son at football game. Sworn statements taken.
9/28 Older male reported going door-to-door soliciting. No permit registered. Party advised to stop soliciting.
9/28 Car fire reported, Theodore Fremd Avenue/Playland Access Drive.
9/27 Fairlawn Street caller reported vehicle stolen from her driveway overnight.
9/27 No cone zone. Parents, school complained of Mr. Softee Ice Cream truck reported soliciting by Osborn School grounds. Truck left prior to officer’s arrival.
9/27 Let’s head for Goldwin. Caller stated multiple kids riding in Intervale Place on bikes causing hazardous condition, 6:01 p.m. Spoke to kids. Group dispersed. Told them to be careful in roadway, not to block traffic.
9/27 Caller stated group of kids creating hazardous conditions, Goldwin Street/Midland Avenue, 10:04 p.m. Group dispersed.
9/26: Double-steal. Caller reported two vehicles were stolen from her Green Avenue driveway overnight.