10/29: Peck Avenue complainant stated neighboring resident using loud exercise equipment. Ongoing situation. No noise coming from unit. Complainant advised.
10/29: Officer reported water-main break I.F.O. AYC. United Water to respond.
10/29: Illegally parked vehicles parked, Purchase Street/Elm Place.
10/29: Possible missing swimmer, Playland Cove. Swimmer located, all okay.
10/29: Suspicious vehicle, Marriott Courtyard. Front desk reported car belonged to guest and not operational.
10/28: Ambulances requested: Theall Road, Oakwood Avenue.
10/28: Leaf blowers reported, Greenhaven Road.
10/28: Youth assault reported, Rye Neck Gym.
10/28: Report of injured deer at edge of Marshlands parking lot.
10/28: Verschwunden. Speeding BMW reported, Palisade Road/Midland Avenue. G.O.A.
10/27: Officer injured, fell twisting knee conducting property check, Wappanocca Avenue.
10/27: Officer injured, Purchase Street, turned ankle, knee/foot/palms hurt in fall after aiding case.
10/27: Everything has its place. Greenhaven Road caller stated sailboat was found by her dock.
10/27: Leaf blowers reported in violation of City Code. G.O.A.
10/27: Rye resident found cloth bag containing significant amount of marijuana, grinder, small baggies, and cigars.
10/26: Three 15 year-old females reported white male in red sweater and hat in his 20s pulled knife on them at Rye Rec, stated “give me all your money.” Suspect started to follow them towards Midland Avenue as they ran to nearby home. Available units sent. Detectives made arrest 10/29.
10/26: Larceny from vehicle, cell phone, Purchase Street/Elm Place.
10/25: Property reported stolen, Rye High School.
10/25: Caller reported cat acting rabid, chasing and trying to scratch her. Complainant wanted to wait to see if cat left, did not want intervention.
10/25: Old Post Road caller reported witnessing three youths jumping on a car roof, last seen running towards North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue.
10/24: Vehicle larceny reported, Greenhaven Road. GPS, sun glasses taken.
10/24: Oh, Henry. Dog reported loose, went after youth walking on Oakland Beach Avenue. Henry the dog.
10/23: Criminal mischief reported at HQ. Stolen license plates, vehicle damage.
10/23: Officer injured in MVA, Ellsworth Street/Milton Road.
10/22: Stolen boat reported recovered, Milton Point.
10/22: Purchase Street complainant stated she has ongoing problem with her neighbors’ TV being incredibly loud while her baby sleeps.
10/22: Report of dogs in RTP beach area. Dogs removed upon request.
10/22: Caller reported male with blue sweatshirt, black sneakers jumping in/out of traffic on Playland Parkway.
10/21: Caller reported his tire slashed on Oakwood Avenue.
10/21: Tree company reported using Walnut Street property to chip branches w/o permission. Condition corrected.
10/21: Lost. St. Vincent’s Hospital security chief reported he was on s/b side of Station Plaza with victim of cell phone larceny. He stated black male offender was at location wearing Yankees jacket, white T-shirt, black hat. Searched area, no phone located.
10/21: Caller reported motorcycles drag racing in Playland parking lot. Assisted County PD.
10/20: White Noise. White vehicle reported sounding horn for over 10 minutes, Colby Avenue/Sonn Drive. G.O.A.
10/20: Found. Motorola cell phone found, Purchase Street/BPR.
10/20: Youths reported crossing train tracks at Depot Plaza/Peck Avenue. MTA on scene, youths turned over to parents.
10/19: Bagged. Caller reported suspicious person camped out at end of Hix Avenue near golf course with long blond hair and bag of some sort. Performer on her way to party.
10/19: Caller advised of solicitor in Bennett Street/Helen Avenue area knocking on every door to sell stuff. African–American male dressed in dark navy sweatshirt with gray box or bag in hand.
10/19: Solicitors selling magazines, Brown Avenue/Centre Street area. Group had City Hall permit.
10/19: Caller reported group of 40-50 youths throwing garbage cans around Forest Avenue/Playland Parkway area.
10/19: Pumpkin Smashing. Caller reported group of 15-20 youths breaking pumpkins, Halstead Place/Rye Beach Avenue.
10/19: Indian Hill Road caller requested check of residence due to hearing gunshot or fireworks. Residence secure.
10/18: Larceny from vehicle reported, Harbor Lane.
10/18: Small brush fire reported near Avon. Extinguished.
10/18: Youths allegedly threatened at Village Green.
10/17: Officer flagged down by North Street walker who believed nearby fence was inadequate protection from dog barking at her. Fence inspected, all OK.
10/16: Rules of the Road violation, failure to signal turn, BPR/Cedar Street. Warning issued.
10/16: Un-fare! Taxi driver reported person he drove to Greenwood Union Cemetery from New Rochelle refused to pay fare. Passenger got into vehicle, left scene.
10/16: Caller stated landscapers blowing leaves into BPR at Bradford Avenue. Officer dispatched.
10/15: MVA, Midland/Marriott Courtyard. Driver fell asleep driving down Cottage Street, ran across two Midland lawns, over sidewalk and grass embankment, hit a tree limb, went into large ditch.
10/15: Motorist struck deer, Playland Parkway/BPR.
10/14: Caller reported tree limb on wire smoking. Central Avenue/Chestnut Street.
10/13: Complainant stated loud Central Avenue/Theodore Fremd party keeping her awake past midnight.
10/13: School of Rack Blues. Walk-in reported bike stolen at RHS, sworn statement. Trek mountain bike reported stolen from RMS rack.
10/13: Caller reported female walking south on I-95. Appeared she was carrying baby in her arms.
10/13: Golf Commission talking over a putt? Caller reported he heard commotion near 7th green, Rye Golf Club. Officers found green damaged, cart overturned. Cart retrieved by grounds super.
10/12: Halstead Place caller stated construction crew starting work too early. Not working, eating breakfast, carrying equipment.
10/12: Vehicle towed, Midland/Peck avenues, unlicensed operation.
10/12: Caller reported four carloads of youths headed for the Greenhaven beach, 8 p.m. Two units sent.
10/12: Complainant reported loss of phone in downtown shop. Tracked to Grace Church Street, Port Chester.
10/11: Rather scary. Walk-in complainant reported being harassed by a rather large white male wearing a black jacket with Harley-Davidson on it yesterday i.f.o. RHS during afternoon dismissal.
10/10: Theodore Fremd Avenue resident complained of dog barking nearby outside. Was on second-floor porch, brought in for night.
10/10: Unleavened. Bread truck with flat tire, flares set up, driver warned about being towed from busy roadway, Oakland Beach Avenue.
10/10: Walk-in reported he hit BPR/Bradford Avenue pothole two days before, blew out tire.
10/10: Unlocked door at open Manursing Way construction site with red pickup parked on property. Location had past larceny. Interior checked, all normal, nobody on site.
10/9: Midland Avenue complainant stated someone removed his flower pots, threw them in garbage, occurred sometime 10/5-10/6.