4/1: Gentleman reported he will be in area conducting survey for National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Survey information, license on file.
4/1: Audacious! Worker at cleaners stated black Audi parked IFO Wells Fargo Bank had been running for several hours. Officer shut off vehicle, unable to contact rightful owner.
4/1: Milton Road/Parsons Street crossing guard reported child’s foot struck in Resurrection crosswalk. Vehicle stopped, child left scene. Walk-in later reported her son had been struck on way to school.
4/1: Rules of the Road. Expired inspection on window, Hillside/Boston Post roads.
4/1: Party-training? Two disorderly parties on New Haven line were asked to leave train. Identification information passed to MTA police.
4/1: Brown lab found running on Peck Avenue by Avon, taken to HQ, notification made to owner.
3/31: Firefighter stated vehicle struck Locust Avenue firehouse. Vehicle towed by Hannigan’s.
3/30: Resident reported 10-10, suspicious vehicle, near Garden Drive/Fairlawn Street, described as small sedan with spoiler. Vehicle left area. Resident advised to call back if it returned.
3/30: Caller reported finding front door at Wainwright House open, water falling from second to first floor.
3/30: Heard rumor of new deer management program? Stunned deer reported standing on roadside near Parsons Estate, found off roadway, lying down.
3/30: Is that like the blue line? Caller stated his vehicle struck by ball from kids’ game in their front yard. Resident speaking to youths about keeping “tennis ball-lacrosse” game inside property line.
3/29: Caller reported her vehicle blocked in for 20 minutes by illegally parked car. Vehicle removed.
3/29: Caller stated possibly intoxicated party walking near Con Ed. Male walking to Mamaroneck.
3/28: Rye police officers and detectives, as well as County police descended on CVS just before noon, responding to caller’s report of ongoing kidnapping and extortion. Female using ATM handed note to bystander saying that her son had been kidnapped. Police ascertained party was victim of cruel hoax, causing her to take $180 from her account. RPD detectives investigating incident.
3/28: Caller reported injured deer at Rye Nature Center. Animal stuck in brook, two broken legs, dispatched with one round.
3/28: Caller reported vehicle hit deer, Parsons Street/BPR. No damage to vehicle.
3/27: Resident called in, fire in dumpster on Hix Avenue.
3/27: Female locked out of Milton Road home, hour wait for locksmith. Officer gained entrance.
3/27: Stuyvesant Avenue/Milton Road traffic light reported out for months. Request made again to DPW. Stop signs in place.
3/27: Walk-in complainant wished to document suspicious communication via the Internet.
3/27: Numerous complaints of cars making illegal turns in/out of Rye Country Day School upper parking lot, speeding, cell phone use while driving.
3/27: Caller reported car in 15-minute zone for over an hour. Vehicle moved.
3/26: Barking dogs reported inside North Street home. Summons issued.
3/26: Caller reported skateboarding child struck by vehicle, Apawamis/Midland avenues. Skated through red light in front of vehicle.
3/26: Sunset Lane resident reported front plate missing from vehicle.
3/26: Caller reported smoke coming from her basement, detector going off.
3/26: Caller stated his wife home alone upset about vehicle parked outside residence, Roosevelt Avenue/Wainwright Street, occupied by one person. Officer reported person in vehicle was local resident using cell phone. Sent on her way.
3/24: Tres hombres.Three pit bulls reported running around on leash, Maple Avenue/High Street, while owner watched from afar. Checked area, negative results.
3/23: Party reported damage to his vehicle while parked at 211 Purchase Street.
3/23: Caller reported black or dark blue Corvette speeding on Forest Avenue, turning into Manursing Way. Vehicle found near Westchester Beach Club, canvassed area with negative results.
3/22: Suspicious person reported in white sedan threw empty beer bottles out of car, Midland Avenue/Goldwin Street. Area checked, negative results.
3/22: Complainant reported three leaf blowers working in area too early, Rye/Sound roads.
3/22: Resident reported he had credit card taken out erroneously in his name.
3/21: Roadway near police HQ blocked by truck carrier for Rye Ford. Advised to stop blocking roadway with deliveries.
3/21: Port Chester PD reported male in hooded sweatshirt with handgun. RPD officer detained party fitting description, Midland by Courtyard Marriott.
3/20: Supervisors, officers, detectives on Jack Curran funeral detail, BPR. Mile-long cortege.
3/19: Truck struck bridge, Purchase/Cedar streets. Driver issued summons.
3/19: Thomas Wolfe right. Harassment, Island Drive party stated issues with past tenant coming to home after lease had expired.
3/18: Rack and ruin. Surfboard rack stolen, car damaged, Lot #6, Highland Road/Purchase Street.
3/18: City Code violation, Greenhaven/Overdale roads. Multiple machines being operated on same property by landscaper, 9:23 a.m.
3/17: Vehicle not parked in parking space, causing dangerous condition, impairing view of oncoming traffic. Towed to Hannigan’s.
3/17: Caller reported injured deer on property. No immediate action taken, injury to hind leg. Small children were home.
3/14: iGone. Unknown persons stole iPhone at Rye High School.
3/13: Tough duty. Caller reported possible rabid raccoon in her Manursing Avenue yard. Animal dispatched with two 40-caliber rounds, Glock duty pistol.