Police Blotter 1-10-14

0:00   1/6: Milton Road resident reported theft from his apartment. Unknown as to when property was taken.   1/5: Light-waits. Street lamps out on […]

Published January 22, 2014 8:24 PM
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1/6: Milton Road resident reported theft from his apartment. Unknown as to when property was taken.


1/5: Light-waits. Street lamps out on Evergreen/Grandview/Orchard avenues, Elm Place, Purchase Street.


1/5: Callers reported two parties fell on ice, struck heads. Rye Town Park, Pondview Road.


1/5: City Code violations, Oakwood/Locust/Forest avenues and Milton Road, un-shoveled sidewalks within 24 hours after storm. Summonses issued.


1/5: And forgive us our trespasses. Caller stated delivery at bread place making a lot of noise, loud talking, 5:49 a.m.


1/4: Snow ordinance, illegally parked vehicles. Stuyvesant/Midland avenues, High/Chestnut streets, Highland/Milton roads. Summonses issued.


1/4: K10 performance. Caller reported his dog fell down embankment into harbor by Rye Golf Club. Three units/RFD dispatched. Dog able to get out of water, up cliff by himself. K9 seems okay.


1/4: Suspicious person, Tyler Circle, soliciting in neighborhood.


1/4: Caller reported two teens entered vacant house on Barlow Lane side of Jay estate. Seven juveniles identified, warned, and released. Jay management notified.


1/4: Suspicious person: Report of African-American male soliciting home repair work, Soundview Avenue.


1/4: Caller stated she was walking her dog and noticed water pouring out of second-floor window of Oakland Beach Avenue property. RFD on scene turned off water.


1/4: Injured goose, Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue, stuck in snow. Able to fly away after officer’s nudge.


1/3: DPW worker reported fight in roadway involving several youths, Peter Jay/Barlow lanes. One party located, said he had fight with one of his brothers. No further action needed.


1/3: DPW reported vehicle pinned between pole and guide wire after MVA, Hill Street/Oakland Beach Avenue. 911 call stated no injuries.


1/3: Caller reported disabled vehicle with no lights on in middle of Old Post Road by Thruway Access Drive.


1/3: Knicks/Nets looking for clue? Graham Court caller reported five males climbed over side fence into her yard and approached her house. When dogs started barking and security lights came on, they ran off, over wall to Locust Avenue.


1/2: Caller stated there was suspicious occupied vehicle on Walker Avenue, possibly Honda Pilot. G.O.A.


1/1: Caller reported 14-year-old girl suffering from alcohol poisoning. EMS transport to Greenwhich Hospital.


1/1: Should all appliances be forgot. Numerous calls of power outage, Central/Maple avenues.


1/1: Suspicious person. Hispanic man with dark blue hoodie reported near Dogwood Lane/Highland Road.


12/31: Colorado high-brid? Suspicious vehicle. Black Mercedes Benz reported possibly smoking marijuana in top lot, Theall Road.


12/31: Caller reported speeding black BMW, Bradford/Florence avenues.


12/31: Hillside Place complainant stated unknown party was banging on his front door, when he went to door nobody was there.


12/30: Caller reported disorderly, intoxicated Hispanic male damaging property, walking north on Purchase Street by Elm Place.


12/30: Abridged version. Assisted truck back-up from under Purchase Street/Station Plaza bridge. Did not strike bridge. Deserving of a medal.


12/29: Hit and Run. Byrd Street caller stated his car was hit while parked i.f.o. his house.


12/29: Boo Tube. Caller reported group of youths walking towards Post Road by Orchard Avenue and it sounded like they were breaking things in road. Old TV was found toppled over in road. No witnesses to said incident.


12/29: Caller, on crutches, reported his dog got loose. Officers assisted owner in retrieving his pup.


12/28: Early construction warnings issued to three separate sites on Parkway Drive.


12/28: Hidden Spring Lane resident with squirrel in her house. Checked ground level where last seen, squirrel not found. Advised owner to call trapper if seen later.


12/28: Hannan Place resident stated hunters in camo with bows and arrows behind his house.


12/27: Power steering. MVA, Station Plaza. Black Audi parts and partial bumper remained from apparent accident in front of taxi stand. Vehicle appeared to have struck a yellow pole by electrical tower.


12/27: Hit and Run II. Caller reported his daughter in MVA, Rye/Greenhaven roads, no injuries. Second vehicle, maroon sedan, fled scene headed towards US1.


12/27: City Code violation. Central Avenue caller stated leaf blowers being operated. Summons issued.


12/26: Fireplace fire, Clark Lane. RFD put it out. EMS called for injured firefighter.


12/26: Peace, un-mirthed. Theodore Fremd complainant stated several female youths hanging around outside her apartment building disturbing her peace. Couple of youths exchanging late Christmas presents.


12/25: Power outages, Rosemere Street/Roosevelt Avenue.


12/24: Forest Avenue caller reported Amazon packages stolen.


12/24: Neighbor called stating raccoon at Chamberlain Street residence walking in circles on driveway. Raccoon evaded officer, hid. Animal later dispatched.


12/24: Walk-in reported someone changed his address on his behalf via US Post Office.


12/23: Rye Beach Avenue complainant stated sometime on 12/22 an unknown person broke his driver side mirror off his vehicle.


12/23: Caller reported he left green knapsack in southbound waiting area at train station. Retrieved.


12/23: Suspicious Hispanic male reported wearing white button down shirt, tie on Mackenzie Electric property. Ran when approached by employees, took off in gray four-door sedan.


12/23: Village of Mamaroneck reported People’s Bank robbery with note, no weapon. Male Hispanic with limp, wearing black jacket, black beanie hat. Last known direction eastbound toward City of Rye. Assisted in canvassing area, speaking with businesses along  Mamaroneck border.


12/23: Yellow lab puppy reported running loose in roadway, Midland Avenue/Cottage Street. Puppy located in Home Depot lot by caller.


12/22: The hits just keep on coming. Caller stated male crashed his car into tree, BPR/Park Avenue, fled on foot.


12/21: City Code violation. Loewen Court complainant stated his neighbor was using leaf blowers. Parties stopped work, advised of ordinance. Warning issued.


12/21: Vehicle in Rye Country Day handicap zone w/o permit. Summons issued.


12/21: Citibank manager reported male depositing fraudulent check.


12/21: Disorderly conduct. Youths reported throwing snowballs, Central Avenue/Chestnut Street.


12/20: …And the runs too. Caller reported female driver in green SUV struck his car and left the scene, BPR/Purchase Street. Plate info reported.


12/20: Light-waits. Street lamps out, Van Wagenen, Stuyvesant, Dearborn avenues; Philips Lane, Overlook Place, Parsons Street.


12/19: Nursery school director wished to report a disturbing telephone message.


12/19: Complainant stated he loaned rental car to friend 12/16 and friend had not been heard from since.


12/18: Forest Avenue complainant stated white male/black male wearing suits claiming to be Con Ed employees soliciting. Parties stopped on Milton Road by Rectory Street and identified and advised to stop solicitation without City Hall permit. Worked for Direct Energy, alternative to Con Ed.


12/18: Still coming. Caller reported silver Acura MDX struck black Chrysler Pacifica near Jerry’s Post Road Market. Complainant followed Acura to CVS.


12/18: Larceny reported at Angela’s boutique. 



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