2/5 Amazon crime. Caller reported his vehicle being blocked by double-parked Prime van, Purchase Street/Haviland Lane. Summons issued.
2/9 Callers stated they found loose dog in their Horton Street yard. Had collar but no contact information. Animal brought to HQ to await contact with owner.
2/9 Caller stated cameras indicated there was suspicious person on his Barron Place property. He checked right side of property but was scared off by flood lights. Complainant further stated there appeared to be a person holding rifle and there was a vehicle waiting for intruder adjacent to his home which drove away. Officers, backup dispatched.
2/8 Paper blizzard. Eleven summonses issued for snow ordinance violations from Central to Locust to Wappanocca avenues.
2/8 Extra patrol for Drag Queen Story Hour protest, Village Green by library. Appeared peaceful. No violations witnessed.
2/8 Run Tin Tin. Complainant stated German Shepherd was running off leash by Rye Y, Locust Avenue, 12:14 p.m.
2/8 Deflation. Walk-in stated she had left her wallet on top of her car on Hillside Road and drove off.
2/8 Criminal mischief. Walk-in reported damage to his car while parked in City Hall lot.
2/8 Platt Lane resident stated she smelled odor of gas coming from area outside her residence. Con Ed, RFD, Hunter Biden notified.
2/7 Caller reported tree down on County property, Playland Parkway, 1:35 p.m.; Also, emergency line calls regarding tree down on power line, BPR/Central Avenue, 2:47 p.m., causing unsafe traffic condition.
2/7 Traffic light reported out, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues, 3 p.m.; Officer reported tree came down across Old Post Road and onto vehicle, 3:02 p.m.
2/7 Motor Vehicle Accidents: Forest Avenue/Playland Parkway, 4:13 p.m.; BPR/Hillside Road, 5:49 p.m.
2/7 Locust Avenue caller stated there was tenant on second floor that was moving out, causing disturbance, 11:38 p.m. Tenant was finished. Condition corrected.
2/6 Courtesy transport for two elderly ladies to Community Synagogue after car broke down and was towed.
2/6 Rye Y front desk stated patron was missing her purse, 11:49 a.m. GOA.
2/6 Motor vehicle accident, Midland/Peck avenues. Car drove into pole.
2/6 Open and shuteye case. DPW Foreman needed assistance with elderly female, US-1/Oakland Beach Avenue. Party claimed she had fallen asleep at wheel. No apparent medical issues observed. Followed her back safely to her residence.
2/6 Skirting the law? Hix Park resident reported slim, medium-height, white female with black/blonde hair, wearing skirts was trying to solicit. Not clear what she wanted. Canvassed area, no solicitors observed.
2/5 Runnin’ on empty. Caller reported male with beard who appeared to be experiencing some mental health issues, Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue, 12:10 a.m. Spoke to Mobil employee who stated party was intoxicated, upset his credit card was declined. Party GOA.
2/5 Hat trick. Caller reported vehicle with Penn. Plates parked all day on Cayuga Street; PEO assigned. Second caller reported illegally parked vehicles, Cowles Avenue; and, complainant reported vehicle partially blocking his Apawamis Avenue driveway.
2/5 Tanked. Caller reported highly intoxicated party at Mobil station, Theodore Fremd Avenue, 8:53 a.m. Spoke to subject who was with his friend who lived on Purchase Street. They refused medical attention. Escorted to stated address.
2/4 Chocolates next time. Ridgeland Terrace caller stated unknown party left flowers he did not order or want on doorstep, 8:41 a.m.
2/4 Illegally parked vehicle, Locust Avenue/Purchase Street. Owner showed, tow lifted. Summonses issued.
2/4 Knife found on Rye Rec playground. Director agreed to fill out sworn statement.
2/4 Vehicle parked on sidewalk, southbound lane, Natoma/Purchase streets. Summons issued.
2/4 Vehicle parked sideways with open trailer hitched to rear, covering multiple parking spaces in Highland Road lot. Summons issued.
2/3 Walk-in wanted to report recurring problem with dog on Pondview Road.
2/3 Barking dog reported in Oakwood/Forest avenues area. Homeowner advised to take dog inside due to noise complaint.
2/2 Complainant stated she lost her wallet in area of Nikkei Peru restaurant, Purdy Avenue.
2/2 Caller stated he lost his wallet containing license, military i.d., credit cards after dining at Bareburger, Purchase Street.
2/1 Caller stated there were 7-10 youths going door-to-door playing loud music through a speaker, area of Natoma Street/Wapanocca Avenue, 6:31 p.m. Parties were advised of excessive noise ordinance.
2/1 Party reported being struck by car at Eldridge Place. Motorist who struck him drove him home and remained there, 10:43 p.m.
1/31 Complaint of daily violations of 4-hour parking, Highland Road/Mendota Avenue. PEO notified to chalk tires.
1/30 Wheel mess. Multiple calls regarding 18-wheeler attempting to make U-turn, Milton Road/Playland Parkway. Escorted truck to I-95.