6/10 Dragon Toaster. Brevoort Lane complainant stated neighbor at house behind his was using torch-like machine to burn weeds that could cause fire and damage his property, 11:18 a.m. Party advised he was doing some landscaping and had appropriate means to deal with any problem.
6/10 Occupied vehicles in Rye Town Park dog park lot, 1:03 a.m. All sent on their way.
6/9 Disorderly conduct. Caller stated another party on southbound side of train station was alarming people passing by. Party stated she would not do it again.
6/9 Rye Town Park Security reported large group of teenagers were not social distancing, not listening to their requests. Group asked to leave park, 6:24 p.m.
6/9 Rye High Athletic Dept. reported large group of youths playing on upper field in violation of existing closure. Condition corrected. 5:34 p.m.
6/9 Political signs posted in Theodore Fremd/Playland Parkway area. Removed from location.
6/7 Sailboat with seven on board hit sandbar. All in good health, Sea Tow on scene. Police Boat 2 transported boaters to land.
6/5 Milton Road party stated her name was used for unemployment benefits. Statement taken.
6/4 City Code violation. Leaf blowers, Elmwood/Forest avenues, 8:07 a.m.
6/4 Numerous gas detectors activated at Martin Butler Court residence, 6:49 a.m. RFD made entry, checked for any person still on premise.
6/3 Little less sylvan. Tree fell, branch damaged unoccupied vehicle, Sylvan Place, 9:06 p.m.
6/3 Branch blocking part of roadway, Hill Street/Vale Place, 8:57 p.m. Cleared, placed on side of road.
6/3 Leaf blower violation, Brevoort Lane. Warning issued.
6/3 Party requested officers to assist in locating his black 2017 Toyota Camry. Located vehicle near City Hall.
6/3 Wake-up call. Observed parties sleeping in their rental vehicle, BPR, 3:18 a.m. Driver explained that on way to Penn. from Mass., he became tired. Sent on their way.
6/2 Caller reported black Toyota swerving across road, Forest Avenue/Playland Parkway,10:40 p.m. GOA.
6/2 Forest Avenue caller reported loud construction work, 6:45 p.m. Spoke to party, advised him of violation.
6/2 Neat nick. Female caller stated male individual was sitting in gray Honda Pilot, drinking beer, 3:17 p.m. Located driver who agreed to sobriety test. No signs of impairment. Driver was instructed on recycling.
6/2 Criminal mischief. Female complainant stated unknown person or vehicle caused damage to side of her vehicle, Walnut Street.
6/2 Surly checkout. Marriott employee stated guest refused to leave hotel, threatened staff. Guest left prior to RPD arrival.
6/2 Postmaster requested police assistance with difficult customer who had issues with post office before. Postmaster handled the issue.
6/2 Deer prudence. Glendale Road caller requested assistance with baby deer caught in window well. Deer set free.
6/1 Central Avenue resident stated her downstairs neighbor unlawfully entered her apartment, and another neighbor witnessed that party leaving. Caller wanted to press charges, 3:35 p.m.
6/1 Purchase Street caller reported female motorist hit a brick wall on her property and then sideswiped parked car. Stated driver appeared “out of it”.
5:31 Drone alone. Sunset Road caller was concerned about drone being flown over her home. Realtors were using drone.
5/31 Caller stated three females swimming in area within Edith Read Sanctuary where it is prohibited. WCPD on scene.
5/31 Possible overnight criminal mischief, Overhill Avenue. Planter overturned, chairs moved around. Homeowners requested extra patrol.
5/30 Rules of the Road, Grapal Street, 10:01 p.m. Failure to signal left turn, No visible plate.
5/30 Vehicle parked on Purchase Street outside pavement markings, more than 24 inches from curb. Summons issued.
5/30 Sick racoon reported in Sanford Street roadway. Animal dispatched.
5/30 Numerous illegally parked vehicles, Halstead Place/Rye Beach Avenue. Summonses issued.
5/30 Boardumb. Kids reported trying to break into Rye Rec skate park. Advised group that park was closed. No property damage to lock or immediate area.
5/30 Bicyclist suffered injuries after being struck by MVA, Red Oak Drive/Oakland Beach Avenue.
5/30 No time is a good time. Landscapers with leaf blowers starting prior to 10 a.m., Redfield Street/Old Rye Beach Avenue, 9:13 a.m. and Grace Church Street, 9:50 a.m. Warnings issued to both crews.
5/29 Panic button, Forest Avenue retail shop, 5:18 p.m. Car 10 responded. Owner had verbal dispute with customer after customer said he wanted to punch owner in the face, which he did not do. Owner stated he had spoken to customer on phone prior to incident and he had been rude. No sworn statement filed.
5/29 Leaf blowers reported, Grace Church Street. No violation. Mosquito squad was spraying all-natural pesticide.
5/28 Guess. Leaf blowers! Grace Church Street, 1:47 p.m. Warning issued.