12/16: Heavy meddle. Loud music reported coming from Stuyvesant Avenue residence, 10:45 p.m. Second call stated music went back on as soon as units left. Summons issued.
12/19: Suspicious vehicle, 2:26 a.m., Brown Avenue/Orchard Lane. Parked, occupied vehicle observed. Made contact with operator. Limo looking for area residence.
12/18: Rules of the Road, BPR/Hillside Road. Vehicle did not display license plate, but was registered to operator. Warning issued.
12/18: Hit and Run. Caller stated her red Kia Sportage was struck in employee parking lot, BPR/Library Lane, 11:30 a.m.
12/18: Suspicious vehicle, Griffon Place, 1:41 p.m. Caller stated occupied black van with yellow and white stripes had been parked in area, did not recognize vehicle as being from neighborhood. Appliance serviceman working in area.
12/17: Test result: Not proficient. Suspicious vehicle, Osborn School, 1:27 a.m. Driver stated he dropped his wallet while driving and could not find it.
12/17: Criminal mischief. Caller reported suspicious gray sedan occupied by male, female in Hillside Place area. Parties were seen on property, 10:45 a.m. Statement taken.
12/17: Illegally parked vehicles, snow ordinance violations: Central/Summit avenues, Fieldstone/Stonycrest roads, George Langeloh Court/Forest Avenue. Summonses issued.
12/16: Rock chipping on Saturday, Hammond Road/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Rock hammer taken offline. Other work will continue.
12/16: Worst Western. Female victim sent $749 Western Union-gram to unknown party claiming to be her mortgage company, CVS Store.
12/16: Vehicle ran off roadway by entrance to Marshlands, slipped into ditch.
12/16: Vehicle illegally parked in handicap spot, Grandview Avenue. Summons issued.
12/15: County PD advised that verbal altercation was taking place at Playland Parkway over hit-and-run on I-95 involving silver Subaru with CT plates. State Police en route.
12/15: Sub Prime. Larceny, packages delivered to Maple Avenue residence were taken.
12/15: Caller reported rear-end collision, Palisade/Milton roads.
12/15: Neighborhood trouble. Playland Park worker stated group of youths were being disruptive while playing in the parking lot. Summons issued.
12/15: Party stated suspicious SUV was parked outside gates of Rockridge Deli. Spoke with operator who said he pulled over to use phone.
12/14: Construction prior to 7:30 a.m., Old Post Road. Warning issued.
12/14: Car struck a dog, Milton Road, 3:27 p.m.
12/14: Dog attack reported, Playland Park. Parties waiting for County PD, asked for officer to stand by until arrival.
12/14: Caller stated operator of gray Chevy Trailblazer was drinking alcohol in his vehicle, 7:16 p.m., Purchase Street.
12/13: Party stated they heard someone trying to get into their John Jay Place house at 3:30 a.m. Checked interior, exterior, no one located.
12/13: Johnson Place property owner called for check on unlocked back gate which was normally closed, also due to activity on Johnson Place. Car 26 dispatched, unit 3 to remain on post at Rye Golf Club.
12/13: Caller stated she had heard barking dog left out in the cold all day, Lavender Lane/Midland Avenue.
12/12: Suspicious vehicle. Officer reported vehicle with its doors open behind CVS with two suspicious parties going through what appeared to be cardboard behind building. Party worked for CVS and was trying to kick-start moving truck. Identified.
12/12: Giants fan, most likely. Suspicious vehicle, RHS football field, 1:12 a.m. Party stated he was tired and needed to take nap. Advised to find another location.
12/12: Gazillion snow ordinance summonses, all over town.
12/11: Ew. Caller stated brown water coming out of building across from Capital One. Drain pipe from 62 “Purchase Street. Spoke to HVAC contractor on scene he just drained system to perform work.
12/11: DPW reported accident involving City vehicle. Parked, unoccupied vehicle, rear driver side tire deflated, unable to make contact with owner. Incident card left on vehicle.
12/10: Caller reported vehicle off roadway, Grace Church Street, slid down driveway into snow-covered mud. Private tow called.
12/9: SALT; it’s everywhere. DPW truck dropped 4-foot mound of salt/sand, blocking roadway near Topsail Lane/Van Wagenen Avenue in westbound lane of traffic. DPW notified.