3/18: Multiple leaf blowers reported in use, Forest Avenue. Contractor was pushing lawn mower, was advised of City Code equipment rules.
3/18: Gentlemen, don’t start your engines. Multiple leaf blowers reported in area of Apawamis Avenue. City Code violation. Situation corrected.
3/18: Illegally parked vehicle, Apawamis Avenue, 1:07 p.m. Summons issued for blocking driveway.
3/18: Two car MVA, BPR/Hillside Road. Injury reported.
3/17: Rye Beach Avenue complainant reported possibly intoxicated party knocking on their door. Party transported to Emergency Room.
3/17: Caller stated dark gray Dodge Durango had been parked in front of his Forest Avenue business all night. Summons issued.
3/17: Vehicle parked in fire hydrant demarcation, Purchase Street. Warning issued.
3/17: Caller reported 4 to-5 -year-old unaccompanied girl on corner, BPR/Osborn Road. He feared for her safety. Checked area, unfounded.
3/16: Just listing to port. Caller stated two individuals were walking on Central Avenue towards Theodore Fremd Avenue, one possibly intoxicated, was walking into roadway, 11:19 a.m. Two senior citizens, no intoxication. Officers gave them ride home.
3/16: Climbing on empty. Suspicious vehicle, I-95 South/Playland Parkway East, 1:36 p.m. Caller stated individual from stopped vehicle was going over wall. Was out of gas.
3/16: Caller stated white male in leather jacket appeared to be under the influence of narcotics and was yelling at people on train platform, 2:37 p.m. Party was intoxicated, not on drugs. Sent home in taxi.
3/16: Multiple leaf blowers in use, Forest Avenue. Warning issued.
3/15: Circus, Circus. Resident of Milton Circle area stated construction crew started work prior to 7:30 a.m. Spoke to worker, advised him this was recurring issue. He was aware of proper start time, stated they did not drill, were just getting equipment ready.
3/15: Mini probably. Woman reported her Teacup Yorkie was missing from Sand Street location. Dog was under parked car.
3/15: Caller reported truck parked, engine running for past two hours, 7:53 a.m., The Gables/Midland Avenue. Condition corrected.
3/15: Gramercy park. Illegally parked vehicles causing traffic hazard, Gramercy/Forest avenues. Summons issued.
3/15: Purchase Street caller reported unknown party on back stoop, possibly intoxicated, 5:30 p.m. Party was in need of a taxi.
3/15: Caller reported dog tied to bench in front of Rye High School, nobody around. GOA.
3/15: Noise complaint, Orchard Avenue, 10:20 p.m. Loud music, people shouting. Music turned off, youths returned to parents.
3/14: Construction vehicles illegally parked, Gramercy/Forest avenues, 11 a.m. Ongoing issue. Summonses issued.
3/14: Omni con. Party stated she has received several past due cable bills/notices for party who doesn’t reside at her Central Avenue address.
3/14: Complainant stated landscaper blew rocks onto his new car, causing damage, Midland Avenue.
3/14: Raw deal. Rye Road and Johnson Place callers reported multiple vehicles speeding around neighborhood, throwing raw eggs out of windows, 9:54 p.m.
3/13: Rent asunder. Central Avenue caller stated his landlord was harassing him.
3/13: Assisted RFD gaining entrance to Citibank for gas leak. Ongoing security issue. Dig Safe called, stated they were doing emergency work, Grace Church Street.
3/12: Sleeping rrruff. Caller reported barking dog outside of Eve Lane neighbor’s home , 12:27 a.m. Owners went to bed, leaving dog outside. Officer explained that was unacceptable. Dog was taken inside.
3/12: Deer wedged in fence rails in Kirby Lane caller’s backyard, 7:26 a.m. Advised caller to contact trapper or cut rail.
3/12: Grapal Street resident reported strong heating oil smell in her neighborhood. Odor was from blacktopping at Fireman’s Circle.
3/12: Larceny. Caller reported wheel stolen from car at City Hall.
3/11: Elves? Sackett Landing caller stated his paddleboard was taken during month of December.
3/11: Grounded. Walk-in wished to report lost passport.
3/10: Central Avenue caller reported his landlord was again blocking his car and he needed to get out.
3/9: Penalty box. Grandview Avenue caller stated two vehicles were illegally parked in handicap spaces by ice rink without permits. Summonses issued.
3/9: Walk-in filed civilian statement, 1:05 p.m. Postal employee was having problem with co-worker. Left work early to avoid further conflict due to there being no supervisor on duty to monitor.
3/9: Husky, abandoned without tags on Playland Beach, removed from scene by good Samaritan, brought to Westchester Humane Society.
3/8: Vehicle blocking Purchase Street crosswalk. Summons issued.
3/8: Disorderly conduct. Caller reported large group of teens congregating in the streets, hanging out in his driveway without permission. Group dispersed, awaiting Uber.
3/8: Apawamis Avenue caller stated two white males wearing gray long-sleeved shirts were peering through their bushes, looking at their house. When caller turned on house lights, two males split up, one went towards Midland Avenue. Checked area, negative results.
3/7: Suspicious vehicle, Laurel Street. Party was sleeping in vehicle on private street. Identified, left the area.
3/5: Caller reported coyote was following her and her dog on Apawamis golf course. Coyote fled.
3/5: Large snow mound obstructing Palisade Road sidewalk more than 24 hours after storm. Summons issued.
3/5: Caller stated unknown party was attempting to use fraudulent identification at Capitol One Bank.