4/13: Reveille. Milton Harbor House manager reported RowAmericaRye had been using megaphones in early morning, waking residents. Spoke with RAR director to correct problem.
4/17: YELL-O! Male wearing pink shirt, jeans yelling in Station Plaza. Upon further investigation, party was Face-timing on cell phone.
4/16: Grace Church Street caller stated he was hearing loud noises. Source of noise coming from neighboring home. Warning issued.
4/16: Beat it. Van Buren Street caller stated bass sound coming from Milton Road area. Corridor quiet, faint bass thump heard in distance across Marina waters.
4/16: Suspicious vehicle, Rye Town Dock, 2 a.m. Driver identified, friends hanging out. Advised about after-dark parking restrictions. Warning issued.
4/16: Brevoort Lane caller stated she heard gunshots, possibly duck hunters or AYC skeet shooters. Spoke to AYC attendant stated he heard loud bangs but it was unclear where noise was coming from. Canvassed Greenhaven beach area. No further complaints.
4/16: MVA, single car ran into City tree, possible injuries reported by passerby.
4/15: Multiple leaf blowers reported, Grace Church Street, 11 a.m. Warning issued.
4/15: Taxi reported at end of Rye Subaru, BPR, driver refusing to allow cars out of driveway. GOA.
4/15 Multiple leaf blowers reported, Grace Church Street, 1 p.m. Summons issued.
4/15: Starbucks manager reported solicitor refused to move away from front of store. Fourteen-year-old party advised he needed permit, would meet his manager for a ride.
4/15: Citizen Assist. “Optimum guy” reported on Purdy Avenue roof without permission. Spoke with both parties, situation resolved.
4/15: Medium height male wearing black shirt/pants with “crazy” haircut carrying plastic bin walking down Hall’s Lane. Summons issued, City Code violation, soliciting without permit.
4/15: The Trouble With Hairy. Suspicious person, Eve Lane. Heavy-set male with scraggly hair reported walking around neighborhood. Party was Forest Avenue resident taking a walk.
4/14: Illegally parked vehicle, overtime, Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue.
4/14: Wake-up call. BPR caller stated alarm had been sounding for 24 hours from house to south side of his residence at construction site. Dumpster in driveway. Noise was carbon dioxide alarm left outside.
4/14: NY State Police reported residential lockout with infant involved, Devereux Court. RFD able to gain entry through unlocked basement window. Baby was okay.
4/14: When you just gotta go. Unoccupied Ford Explorer located in middle of Ford-Subaru lot, BPR, engine running, lights on, doors locked – unable to gain access. 12:17 a.m. Canvassed lot for suspicious activity, no results. Desk Sergeant attempted to make owner notification, left voicemail on cell phone.
4/13: Stealth tower, indeed. Vehicle stopped, hazard lights on, 1:30 a.m., Fireman’s Circle. Operator advised he was with AT&T, checking status on cell tower.
4/13: Chalking his beat. PEO marking tires hourly, Wappanocca Avenue/Highland Road. Summonses issued.
4/13: MVA, property damage, Elm Place/Purchase Street. Operator struck sharp new curb, sustained flat front passenger side tire. AAA on scene.
4/12: Complaint of multiple leaf blowers, Grace Church Street. Warning issued.
4/12: Caller requested unit in Harbor Lane area, revocation of bail. Bondsman apprehended the offender.
4/12: Caller stated she was attacked by dog on Playland Beach. WCPD notified.
4/11: Buoys will be … Milton Harbor channel, red # 4 buoy missing.
4/11: Right of Spring (and summer, fall, winter). Multiple leaf blowers, Woodland Drive. Summonses issued.
4/11: Notified by Port Chester PD of vehicles being entered at Rye Road. Observed video of male on bicycle attempting to enter two locked vehicles at 3:26 a.m. Entered Ford Escape, Detective Division notified.
4/10: Blimey. Homeowner reported his loaner Land Rover Discovery Sport was missing from his Winthrop Street driveway. Doors were unlocked, keys may have fallen out of his pocket into car. Unknown plate number. Investigation on scene.
4/10: Walk-in reported stolen handicap-accessible vehicle tag.
4/10: Second Winthrop Street caller reported items possibly missing from her vehicle.
4/10: Caller reported music from Rye Rec basketball courts as inappropriate in public around small children.
4/9: Marriott manager reported loud noise complaint. Parties asked to leave room upon manager request.
4/9: Lab results. Sanford Street caller stated her neighbor’s dog attacked her, possibly breaking skin. Language barrier. Party had four scratches. Other neighbors stated dog not from area. Party refused medical attention. Searched area for big, yellow Labrador acting wild, no results.
4/9: Baby coyote reported running between houses, Maple Avenue/High Street.
4/8: Suspicious male reported: balding, wearing camo shirt, black pants, with bulging pockets leaving Cowles Avenue driveway towards Apawamis Avenue. Identified, no offense committed, just going for walk.
4/7: Idle hands. Caller stated SUV idling in front of his Platt Lane residence. Car larcenies had occurred in area recently and caller said this is out of norm at 8:30 a.m. Parties were contractor flaggers for Con Ed waiting for crews to arrive.