2/4: Extra patrol RHS/RMS, Osborn areas, 8:30 a.m.
2/4: Unplugged. Report of large dog chasing women down Manursing Way. Dog guarding premise, housekeeper installed new battery on electric fence collar. Situation resolved.
2/4: DPW foreman notified snow beginning to fall.
2/4: Midland Avenue hydrant blocked. Summons issued.
2/3: Injured deer reported behind pool/pro shop, Rye Golf Club.
2/2: Paint Misbehavin’. Complainant reported he was chased by several youths who shot him with paint ball gun, but could not provide further description. Canvassed with negative results.
2/2: Suspicious vehicle reported in RMS lot. NYSPIN check, all okay.
2/2: BPR/Methodist Church, snow ordinance. Two summonses issued.
2/2: Construction prior to 10 a.m. Grace Church Street, warning issued.
2/2: Disabled vehicle I.F.O. June & Ho, flat left front tire. Officer able to fill with air compressor, assisted with traffic flow. Vehicle on its way.
2/2: Mead Place caller stated her driveway blocked, no access or exit. Driveway not blocked.
2/2: Pot au fool. Rye Y staffer requested officer due to pot found at facility. Empty baggie received by Sgt. Determined bag might have residue. Given baggie, disposal requested.
2/1: Anonymous call received regarding possible fight between two tenth graders at Rye Rec. Unfounded.
1/31: Harding Drive caller stated tree branch fell on his car parked in his driveway.
1/31: Caller reported low-hanging wire, Rosemere Street/Roosevelt Avenue.
1/30: Extra Patrol, Community Synagogue. All appeared normal.
1/30: Snow ordinance violations, summonses issued: Orchard Avenue, Palisade Road.
1/30: Village Officer reported disabled vehicle blocking traffic, Purchase/Smith streets, 9:39 a.m. Able to push clear to await tow.
1/30: MTA Police called with MVA. Pedestrian struck, Lot 6, Highland Road/Purchase Street.
1/29: RHS/Osborn schools, extra patrols. All appeared normal.
1/29: Intoxicated male reported on bridge, Station Plaza/McCullough Place, 5:30 a.m.
1/29: Mute the Piano Player. Peck Avenue resident complained of loud party. Through window, officer viewed piano being played in neighboring apartment, but could not hear it. Complainant told officer piano-playing neighbor had called RPD about her loud radio. Took officer’s name/badge number for her attorney.
1/29: Hook Road. Nosebleed reported.
1/29: Caller reported suspicious vehicle, white van with tinted windows at Playland Parkway/Milton Road. Disabled vehicle, awaiting mechanic.
1/29: Arrivederci. Lost Italian passport reported.
1/28: “Bali Too High…” Loud music from motor vehicle reported, High Street. Motorist advised to move from area.
1/28: Morning school patrol, 8:18 a.m. Midland School.
1/28: Bag of beer found on ball field, Milton Road. Cans collected and disposed of.
1/28: Flagrant foul. Caller reported moving truck knocked over his basketball net.
1/28: DPW foreman advised Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue resident of icy condition.
1/27: Marriott Courtyard front desk staff reported group of rowdy kids in parking lot, 1:16 a.m. Intoxicated patron told to return to room for night.
1/27: Marriott staff stated woman lying on third floor screaming. Condition corrected.
1/27: Stuyvesant Avenue caller stated duck hunters disturbing his peace, 7:16 a.m.
1/27: Vehicle parked in suspicious location on side of road, Glendale Road/Locust Avenue.
1/26: Resident heard small dog barking in area. Concerned dog may be stuck outside in cold weather, Wainwright Street/Roosevelt Avenue. Unable to locate.
1/26: Snowhere to park. Vehicles parked in violation of snow ordinance, Chestnut Street/Elmwood Avenue, Purchase Street/Locust Avenue, Elm Place.
1/26: On the QT. Caller stated ice patch condition in front of home, unable to determine if coming from leak in road. Notified HQ to call DPW.
1/26: Aided man who fell on train tracks, 10 a.m.
1/26: Ann Lane caller stated boss owed him money, assaulted him.
1/26: White construction van reported parked, occupied near Osborn School. Checked out, talking on cell phone.
1/25: Check on party in grey Explorer, McCullough Place/Purdy Avenue. Checked out, driver resting before continuing drive.
1/25: Walk-in reported roommate not home in four days.
1/25: Brevoort Lane Resident stated duck hunters on her private property. Sgt. Larkin advised hunters to get off island. Property not posted with No Trespassing signs advising private property owned by resident. Homeowner advised to post signs. Duck Hunters complied, departed island without incident.
1/25: Officer reported Peck Avenue needed DPW attention due to icy/snowy condition.
1/25: Excessive noise reported, George Langeloh Court/Forest Avenue. Adult party dispersing, 11:30 p.m.
1/24: Sunset Lane caller reported suspicious vehicle parked in his backyard. Towed by Hannigan’s.
1/24: Midland Avenue resident stated she returned home, found front door open, no sign of forced entry or disturbance. Search found all appeared normal.
1/24: Caller stated Staple’s truck hit her car in driveway, Rosemere Street. Difference of opinion by both parties, minor scratch on resident’s vehicle.
1/23: American Idle. Caller reported Toyota Camry motor running in City Hall parking lot for over two hours. Spoke with party, worked at library, using her phone.
1/23: Saw the movie. Peck Avenue caller reported loud piano playing.