10/31: Suspicious vehicle, Brown Avenue/Centre Street. White van observed driving slowly around neighborhood. Made contact with operator who stated he was delivering phonebooks. Material in van, paperwork checked.
10/30: Black sedan with hazard lights on, Playland Parkway access ramp by US-1. Caller stated driver appeared to be asleep behind the wheel. Spoke to party. Taxi driver, was tired, decided to pull over to sleep.
10/30: Abandoned kittens reported in dumpster, Con Ed Maintenance yard. Too dangerous to crawl around dumpster. Spoke to multiple employees who stated they had seen kittens walking around driveway recently. Said they would make platform for kittens to crawl out and contact trapper to attempt to retrieve them.
10/30: Loose dog dragging long leash reported, Forest Avenue.
10/30: Smoking pole reported in area of Rye Arts Center. RFD on scene, traffic diverted.
10/30: Possibly rabid or injured raccoon last seen entering sewer, Beck/Forest avenues.
10/30: Fire hose. Vessel in Marina slip #241 sank, was leaking fuel, oil. RFD on scene, used absorbent hazmat socks for containment.
10/29: Hard to find, at knight. Officer assisted driver in finding Whitby Castle.
10/29: Caller reported her vehicle was vandalized while it was parked in Car Park #4, 1:22 a.m.
10/29: Halsted Avenue caller stated she was victim of phone scam.
10/29: Advised by boat owner of vessel taking on water, Slip #31, Marina. Boat Basin supervisor notified.
10/29: Blown transformers, Apawamis Avenue/Milton Road, Glen Oaks Drive/LaSalle Avenue, 6:54 p.m., and Dearborn Avenue, 11 p.m. No signs of fire.
10/29: Aft-er the deluge. Marine unit inspected docks due to heavy rain. Observed vessel broken free from stern. Supervisor notified.
10/28: Henry Street caller reported VW Tiguan blocking his driveway. Condition corrected.
10/28: Underage drinking party reported, Clinton Avenue. Cars, 10, 18, and 33 sent. Party dispersed prior to arrival by homeowner. Daughter had group over while parents were at dinner.
10/27: Johnson Place caller reported seeing coyote in her backyard, 9:18 a.m.
10/27: Removed buoys by Fairchild Rock, Milton Harbor House, prepared for winter storage.
10/26: Time for a leaf-mulching ordinance? Locust Avenue caller reported multiple leaf blowers in use. Observed one landscaper working multiple properties, in compliance with city Code.
10/26: Sedan-tary. Caller reported two individuals, possibly living in white sedan, parked out-side of his building, throwing garbage out vehicle window, North Street/Nursery Lane. Individuals checked out, advised to head home.
10/26: Theodore Fremd Avenue caller reported multiple leaf blowers. Warning issued. Landscaper advised of Code.
10/26: Multiple leaf blowers, Brevoort Lane. Summons issued.
10/26: Walk-in party reported fraudulent loan taken out in his name.
10/26: Erratic driver, on wrong side of roadway, pulled into Hewlett Street address, possibly struck house with his car. Canvassed area, negative results.
10/25: Light colored VW reported blocking entrance to Gagliardo Park. Summons issued.
10/24: Milton Harbor, area checked at 9:55 a.m. Heavy winds, waves in harbor. Mooring field checked. All appeared secure.
10/24: Muffled response. Vehicle with loud exhaust reported in Chester Drive area for over two hours. Driver stated he had just left girlfriend’s house, did not want to disclose location.
10/23: Complainant stated fraudulent check was signed, cashed from his bank account.
10/23: Party reported criminal mischief to her car, Purchase Street. Sworn statement taken.
10/22: Loud party reported, Rye Road, 12:47 a.m. Party was taken inside.
10/22: Coyote reported running across Playland Parkway at Charlotte Street, 6:25 a.m.
10/21: Caller stated man was flying drone in Theodore Fremd parking lot, was unsure if that was allowed. Both parties at scene using drone for real estate purposes.
10/18: Illegally parked vehicle, Central/Summit avenues. Expired inspection. Summons issued.
10/18: Tree-trimming truck blocking sidewalk/crosswalk, BPR/Osborn Road, creating hazards to children crossing road. Truck moved, work stopped until dismissal complete.
10/18: Hawk, eyed. Injured hawk reported in roadway, Theodore Fremd.
10/17: Vehicle driver’s side door left wide open. Maple Avenue. Checked vehicle interior, all appeared in order.
10/17: Orange detour sign damaged, Maple/Locust avenues. Bent, blocking traffic. Taped off. DPW notified.
10/17: Caller reported dog following her down Hall’s Lane. Chihuahua located, identified by neighbor, place in its home, note left for owner who was not at home.
10/17: Four to five females reported sitting at picnic table smoking marijuana, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Stated they were employees at location, denied drug use.
10/17: Walk-in wished to file complaint of two suspicious parties following her in vehicle.