3/31 Complainant was having issues with Westbank Road neighbor’s landscaper damaging her driveway. Spoke with landscaper, advised him not to turn into neighboring driveway; he acknowledged and went on his way.
3/31 Criminal mischief. Car was keyed while parked in lot.
3/31 Multiple leaf blowers reported, Palisade Road. One blower observed in use, no violations. Ditto, Coolidge Avenue, where officer advised crew of City Code – they were finished for the day. Double-ditto, Winthrop Street. Summary of summonses: zero.
3/30 White van reported parked while running, with doors open, The Gables. Vehicle checked, then locked.
3/30 Noisy lawn equipment reported chasing small pieces of tree debris, Milton Road.
3/29 More you-know-whats, Grapal Street and Elmwood Avenue. Big surprise: GOA.
3/29 Caller reported tree down, High Street/Summit Avenue. DPW on scene.
3/29 Via 911, Caller reported tree had toppled over on his vehicle, Manursing Way, 8:05 a.m. RFD/EMS dispatched. Tree fallen on private property, on two cars.
3/29 Walnut Street caller stated her carbon monoxide alarm, just 6 months old, was going off. Told to open windows, leave premise. RFD stated alarm had low battery.
3/28 Translation: they were going home. Caller reported large group of boys making noise, Dearborn Avenue/Halsted Place, 12:51 a.m. Group was leaving front of house, heading to respective locations away from vicinity.
3/27 Caller reported group of youths causing disturbance, midnight, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues.
3/27 Nobody left to “book”. Caller stated unknown party in one vehicle proceeded to pull gentleman out of another white car parked in Library parking lot. Reported they proceeded to fight before one party got back into his white vehicle and headed southbound on BPR, 1:43 p.m. Canvass for white vehicle yielded negative results. All parties GOA.
3/27 Superpowers. Theodore Fremd Avenue building superintendent wished to speak to officer regarding tenant putting out trash/recycling more than 24 hours before pickup, leaving mess outside location and on his property. Summons left in offender’s mailbox.
3/26 Black dog, white neck reported running around loose, possibly lost, RTP Dog Park. Dog returned to owners on Byrd Lane.
3/26 No eggs-cuse! Unknown parties in dark colored, low-to-ground vehicle reported throwing hardboiled eggs at passers-by, Forest/Rye Beach avenues. Complainant had been struck, did not wish to pursue issue. Canvassed area, nothing found.
3/26 Sudden power outage, transformer spark. No streetlights or traffic lights, Elm Place, Theodore Fremd, Locust avenues, 7:27 p.m. Power back on, 8:14 p.m.
3/26 Power out, traffic light out, Elm Place/ Locust/Theodore Fremd avenues, also, 3:45 p.m. Observer heard loud pop. Officer directing traffic at Locust Avenue.
3/26 MVA, child struck by vehicle, 3:11 p.m. Injuries reported, Park/Florence avenues. Officers blocked traffic at PBR/Park Avenue.
3/26 Walk-in reported he was being extorted.
3/26 Multiple calls regarding someone who refused to wear mask, Theall Road. GOA.
3/25 Speeding gray Jeep Wrangler with NY tags, male driver. Was operating at high rate of speed back-and-forth several times, Forest Avenue/Halls Lane. GOA.
3/25 Yes, but how much wood? Injured woodchuck, BPR/Parsons Street. Animal returned to Nature Center.