11/29 Caller reported a traffic condition in area of BPR/Parsons Street. Summons issued.
11/28 Walk-in wished to document lost Swiss license.
11/28 Wrecked. Criminal mischief. Rye Rec employee requested assistance with documenting lipstick on bathroom mirror.
11/27 Rotten. Complainant stated someone in gray VW Atlas threw eggs at him, causing irreparable damage to his coat, Apawamis/Midland avenues.
11/27 Au-ful! Martin Butler Court caller reported their 2013 Audi was missing.
11/26 Multiple leaf blowers reported in use, Grace Church Street and Fieldstone Road. No violations observed at either location.
11/25 Caller stated his commercial vehicle hit a white sedan.
11/24 Loud party in parking lot near Rye Grill & Bar, 12:30 a.m. Dispersed.
11/23 Burglary, actually. Milton Road caller reported “robbery” at his house, 10:08 p.m. Caller was inside home with parents. Statements and depositions taken.
11/23 Caller reported drunk person in front of restaurant, Station Plaza, 8:51 p.m.
11/23 Stung. Vehicle stopped after being followed during undercover operation at convenience store. One male transported to HQ. Vehicle towed, 8:48 p.m.
11/23 Officer observed City Code leaf blower violations, Fieldstone Road, also Fairway Avenue.
11/23 WCPD requested check of Playland area for red Jeep. Subject wanted out of Rockland County for family court warrant. Vehicle was observed in Rye Town Park parking lot near Dearborn Circle. WCPD notified.
11/23 Caller stated black BMW pulled up in front of her Chamberlain Street house and individual exited vehicle then entered her vehicle before fleeing scene, 9:53 a.m.
11/22 WCPD probation officer reported her probationer was heavily intoxicated. Requested EMS. Party transported to Greenwich Hospital.
11/22 Graffiti reported on tree near Skate Park.
11/22 How’s that penalty for false reporting coming along? Complainant reported multiple leaf blowers in use, Grace Church Street, 2:03 p.m. – one blower observed in operation, 2:08 p.m. Multiple leaf blowers reported, Midland Avenue/Beary Court, 1:53 p.m. – two blowers in use on separate properties, 1:59 p.m. Multiple leaf blowers, Brevoort Lane – no violations observed.
11/22 Love Bella reported dress stolen from store.
11/21 Walk-in complainant stated someone was collecting unemployment payments in his name.
11/21 DPW reported City garbage truck sideswiped vehicle.
11/20 Complainant reported car alarm had been going off for almost an hour, Central Avenue. Owner of vehicle on site was warned about disturbing neighborhood.
11/20 Illegally parked vehicle, Elm Place/Purchase Street. Summons issued.
11/20 Barberry Lane caller stated an abandoned vehicle was parked in his yard. Towed by Hannigan’s.
11/20 Wakeup haul. Caller stated large flatbed was idling in Theodore Fremd lot, disturbing her peace, 4:33 a.m. Spoke to driver who said he was loading vehicle and leaving area.
11/20 Woof night. Caller stated his house backed up to Park Avenue and dog had been out in cold barking for lengthy period of time, 12:37 a.m. Attempted to make contact by knocking at front door of Park Avenue residence where barking dog greeted officer. No human contact made.
11/14 Walk-in reported he was hit by vehicle that left scene at Hewlett Avenue/Milton Road. Stated he was experiencing back and knee pain.
11/14 Lawn equipment reported in use prior to 8 a.m. on Purchase Street. Upon arrival, loud machines were being operated; parties informed of City Code.
11/13 The answer, my friend? Caller reported portion of Verizon building near roof blowing in the wind. Verizon made aware of damage.
11/13 Red card. Osborn School custodian requested assistance in having people playing soccer — who did not have permission — leave field. Parties advised.
11/12 Uber driver stated customer would not exit vehicle, had given driver wrong address on North Street. Driver agreed to drop him at Calvert Street, Harrison location.
11/12 Caller reported opossum near the trash, Purchase Street.
11/11 Third party stated man in army coat was banging on their Hunter Lane door, 4:21 p.m. Spoke to resident who confirmed report. Upon arrival of units, operator of gray Jeep Wrangler was at residence across the street, looking for different address.
11/11 Caller stated kids were yelling into her Purchase Street store from back door, unknown direction of flight. Canvassed, negative results.
11/11 Armistice. Caller stated leaf blowers were in operation on Holly Lane. Informed worker of Code regarding no holiday use. Same, Palisade Road.
11/10 Illegally parked vehicle, Elm Place. Towed.
11/9 Cool it. Verbal dispute between dog owners reported, near Playland Ice Casino. Dispersed.
11/9 Rabid skunk, North Street. Property owner had called trapper who was in route. Animal isolated from civilians.
11/9 Caller stated large truck was blocking commuter parking spots under I-95, Purchase Street/Highland Road, 5:59 a.m. Sleeping operator was advised to move.
11/8 Smoked. Caller reported political signs in area of Milton Fire House. Condition corrected.
11/8 Wakeup call. Complainant stated crew was operating crane in violation of City Code at 7:14 p.m., South Manursing Island. Informed foreman who had new crane operator, advised him to keep gate closed until 7:30 p.m.
11/7 RFD called to report a party had called them regarding injuries he may have suffered from falling off his bike.
11/7 Caller reported hearing man and woman yelling at each other, Hewlett Avenue/Milton Road. Spoke with multiple parties from RowAmerica Rye who stated they did not hear anyone yelling. They did state they had been yelling at one point during exercise.
11/7 Remove all these texts as well, please! Concerned citizen complained of political signs on public property at intersection of Milton Road and Playland Parkway. Two signs removed. Sign also removed from right-of-way, Purchase Street/Wappanocca Avenue, and several other locations.
11/7 Report of disabled school bus on I-95. Assisted with traffic until secondary bus arrived to transport children.
11/7 Caller stated two men were fighting on Dearborn Avenue, 8:36 a.m. Verbal argument over their dogs playing in park. Calm witness intervened. No injuries.
11/6 Hose ’em. Caller reported seeing fire truck driving down Purchase Street multiple times with inappropriate things being said over loudspeaker. RFD confirmed it was not one of theirs. Witnesses stated truck appeared to be privately owned with no gear, decals. Possibly NJ plates.
11/6 Complainant reported male with black hoodie, white vest was standing in woods by footpath, BPR/Playland Parkway. Caller had suspicious feeling about party in question. Spoke with individual who checked out.
11/6 Suspicious person. Caller reported blue Ford with male driver operating in and out of side streets, Forest/Van Wagenen avenues.
11/5 Oy. Been there. Grace Church Street caller stated his daughter had some friends over and then 100 other people showed up trying to get into the house. He requested assistance to disburse them.
11/5 Garage door, mud room alarm, Beverly Drive. All in order, but no permit, summons issued.
11/5 Caller stated bench in memory of her father near Dearborn Avenue had been vandalized.
11/5 Yikes. NYS Police reported a driver on I-287, travelling eastbound in westbound lanes. Observed from Post Road bridge, no wrong-way vehicle observed.
11/4 Seoul kiss. Caller reported minor fender bender between Kia and Jeep, Grace Church Street/Midland Avenues. No reported injuries.
11/4 Caller reported large blonde dog was loose in area of Redfield Street/Rye Beach Avenue. Dog reunited with owner.
11/4 Cowboy. Complainant stated white Mustang had been driving erratically in area of BPR/Bradford Avenue; operator was male. GOA.
11/4 Caller reported dumpster fire in rear of Playland parking lot near shipping containers. WCPD notified.
11/4 Nuisance, for sure, but Code does not cover that maneuver. Chester Drive complainant stated leaves were being blown onto her property.
11/4 Walk-in party stated motorist at Purchase Street/Highland Road traffic light was asleep at wheel of black sedan, 1 a.m. Party worked overnight in Port Chester; fell asleep on his way to work.
11/3 Invasion. Caller stated man in camo hat, dark-colored clothes attempted to remove packages from her Purchase Street porch, 8:47 p.m.
11/3 There’s a “detail?” Caller stated there were multiple leaf blowers in use, Palisade Road. Leaf blower detail dispatched.