4/28 Female caller stated she heard woman in neighboring apartment screaming for help. Door was locked and caller was unable to reach super. EMS dispatched, transport provided to Greenwich Hospital.
4/27 Caller requested officer check her property because her dogs were barking. All appeared in order.
4/27 Cock-a-doodle-don’t! Caller stated his Rickbern Street house was egged on prior evening around 10:45 p.m. Possible dark SUV involved.
4/26 Ruby’s reported highly intoxicated party outside the restaurant. EMS dispatched, 9:24 p.m.
4/26 Caller wished to document possible fraudulent activity in regard to debt agency attempting to collect outstanding debt for Fan Duel.
4/26 Caller stated red BMW parked at corner of Orchard Avenue/Walnut Street was causing hazardous condition.
4/26 Complainant stated pit bull located on Nursery Lane off Maple Avenue would not stop barking. Ongoing issue.
4/26 Petit? Ever try to lift one? Caller reported someone stole sandbags at Milton Point Provisions. Petit larceny.
4/26 Complaint of large trucks/construction equipment idling, Playland Parkway, 7 a.m. Spoke with driver; truck turned off.
4/26 Alone: probably Knicks fan. Caller stated group was playing basketball after hours, disturbing his peace. Officers sent to disperse, 12:23 a.m. One person playing; informed of noise complaint, left premise without incident.
4/25 L-O-C-K. Parked car glove box rummaged through, Hook Road, 7:14 p.m. Nothing taken.
4/25 Coyote sighting, Anchor Drive/Rye Road, 5:35 p.m. Ran off into woods.
4/25 Elm Place caller stated his business sign was stolen.
4/24 Getting like leaf blowers. Barking dog would not stop, Forest/Rye Beach avenues, 8:23 a.m. Resident advised of ongoing City Code violation. Owner brought dog inside.
4/23 Bon voyage. Caller stated several patrons were acting rowdy at Town Dock, Purdy Avenue, 10:48 p.m. Parties left restaurant and were advised they were not welcome back that evening.
4/23 Caller stated heavyset female, wearing black and white shirt, black shorts appeared to be talking to herself, urinated in grassy area across from Rye Beach Pharmacy, 7:21 p.m.
4/23 We know you’ve been waiting … Leaf blowers violation reported, Forest Avenue, 9:19 a.m. No violation observed, 9:24 a.m. Parties GOA.
4/23 Caller stated he interrupted attempted vehicle larceny in progress which occurred previous night at approximately 10:30 p.m., Vale Place.
4/23 Stuyvesant Avenue homeowner reported seeing someone rummaging through his vehicle in driveway on security camera at approximately 5 p.m. Observed suspect running from neighbor’s yard on video wearing head lamp going through vehicle. Nothing reported stolen.
4/22 Caller stated someone was threatening to release explicit photos of him. He contacted threatening party and said he was contacting police and heard no more from party. Caller was instructed to block account. No further action taken.
4/22 Passerby saw someone with white socks, white pants climb into window of Central Avenue building, 6:14 p.m. Resident stated he lost his keys, was gaining access to his apartment. All in order.
4/21 Limited time offer. Rye Country Day requested patrol unit to monitor speeding in area of Evergreen/Grandview avenues, 12:34 p.m. All was in order, no violations observed, 12:56 p.m.
4/21 Two males reported trying to break into vehicle, Wappanoca Avenue, 9:21 p.m. Parties were employees of local automotive repair shop.
4/20 Maple Avenue driveway blocked. Advised construction worker to move truck. Condition corrected.
4/20 Caller stated bridge over MTA tracks appeared to be in disrepair, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues. Car 12 reported portion of wall was dislodged but integrity appeared intact.
4/19 Bitter pill. Walk-in reported leaving bag unattended at CVS. Gone when she returned and not turned in.
4/19 Shore thing. Missing kayak reported lost due to severe weather. Kayak was located on shoreline of Rye Golf Club, returned to owner.