5/8 RPD going door-to-door, advising residents to keep vehicle doors locked, 9:20 a.m., Chamberlain Street/Oakland Beach Avenue.
5/8 At 8:46 a.m., caller reported black and white Land Rover, no plates, stopped in front of Chamberlain Street house and male exited and entered BMW, then quickly exited said car and fled back to Land Rover when he noted complainant watching him. Car then sped down Chamberlain to OBA, made left towards BPR. All units dispatched. Spoke to homeowner whose BMW was left unlocked but with no keys left inside.
5/1 Cowles Avenue caller stated her 2020 Mercedes Benz just stolen, 11:48 a.m.
5/1 Intervale Place caller reported 2019 Range Rover stolen, 11:45 a.m.
5/1 Kirby Lane complainant stated his vehicle was entered sometime overnight.
5/1 Henry Street caller stated he parked his 2021 BMW prior night at approximately 6 p.m. and it was missing.
5/1 Chester Drive caller stated that sometime overnight unknown person attempted to enter vehicles in his driveway. Ring camera footage forwarded to Detective Division.
5/11 Loud party on private property, Kirby Lane, 10:30 p.m. Situation corrected.
5/11 Fishermen on private property reported, Waters Edge. No fishing observed; two teenagers sitting on rocks.
5/11 Rules of the Road. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in 2nd Degree, Theodore Fremd Avenue/Garver Drive, 3 p.m. Vehicle towed.
5/10 Caller stated large truck was stuck on Fireman’s Circle. Towed by Vincent’s.
5/10 Pothole repair requested in red book, Barron Place/Stuyvesant Avenue. DPW notified.
5/10 Complainant reported 3 to 4 males, possibly in their 20s yelling at one another, or fighting: loud and entering driveways, Grace Church Street/Guion Road, 1:49 a.m. Four college kids were walking home from bar. Told to keep it down.
5/9 Coyote sightings all over town: Two reported running through YMCA parking lot, 7:47 p.m., one on Central Avenue/Loewen Court, 7:46 p.m. another running through Claremont Avenue backyard, 6:27 p.m.
5/9 And so are these guys. Suspicious vehicle. Caller reported white Hyundai with Illinois plates driving in area of Hillside Road/Purchase Street, stopping in driveways, 3 p.m. Canvas conducted, negative results.
5/9 Turkey. Caller reported Boar’s Head truck was parked, obstructing traffic. Vehicle cleared.
5/9 Caller reported MVA. Vehicle hit telephone pole, Milton Road/Rye Beach Avenue, 6:17 a.m.
5/8 Rules of the Road, I-95 South on-ramp/BPR. Driver refused to be identified, sped away.
5/8 CVS reported counterfeit bills were passed at store on May 1.
5/7 White Toyota 4-door sedan, unknown plate, appeared to be casing area of Forest Avenue/Warriston Lane and took off at high speed, 11:32 p.m.
5/7 Female with orange vest and gray pants appeared to be casing Dearborn Avenue driveway. Fled towards Newberry Place. GOA. Caller not home.
5/7 Jurisprudence. Male wearing traffic vest peddling without permit, Park Avenue, 1:37 p.m. Party left jurisdiction.
5/7 Youth going door-to-door without permit, Ellen Court, 12:18 p.m. Advised of City Code.
5/6 Sergeant called in major MVA, southbound side of BPR, near Rye Country Day, 11:24 p.m. Officer placed suspect under arrest for suspicion of DWI, DPW requested for barricades, like the one on https://www.ltc.sg/product-category/fixed-barricades-retractable-barricades/, Con Ed/RFD on scene.
5/6 Resident reported he deposited check in mailbox located at Harrison PO; he later determined check was not deposited by insurance company, instead deposited by unknown individual.
5/6 Shocking, but true. Intervale Place caller reported leaf blowers in use. Spoke to foreman, advised him that even electric leaf blowers are not permitted after May 1.
5/5 Look before you leaf! Blowers reported in use, Grapal Street. Car 15 sent. No blower sighted, just weed whacker.
5/5 Re-leash the hounds! Milton Road caller wished to speak to officer regarding incident with small dog off leash. Caller did not require medical attention; spoke to dog owner as well, explained leash law. Owner claimed dog slipped out.
5/5 At long last, it is indeed gone. Caller reported large dumpster was causing traffic condition, Highland Road/Purchase Street. No dumpster at location.
5/5 Sometime overnight car was taken from Rose Street driveway. KEYS WERE LEFT IN VEHICLE.
5/4 Complainant stated his Highland Hall neighbor was playing very loud music. When he went to ask neighbor to turn it down, apartment door was open, but nobody answered from inside. Situation was corrected.
5/4 Class. Walk-in stated she found envelope with cash inside, School Street, 4:55 p.m.
5/4 Look in handicap parking? Caller stated Cobra golf club was left near elevator on southbound side of train station. Checked area, no golf club.
5/4 Hide ‘em, cowboy! Officer stated brand new Ford Bronco was left unattended at Rye Ford, with key fob in cup holder, blocking roadway in Station Plaza. Employee moved vehicle.
5/4 PEO reported scofflaw in Car Park 4. Operator settled outstanding summonses on scene, settled with tow truck driver privately. No further action.
5/4 Green, with enmity. Coolidge Avenue caller stated green vehicle with NJ plate dropped off individual wearing black clothing, hoodie/mask. Party walked over to two vehicles in driveway and quickly walked away when caller shouted at him, 10:44 a.m. Canvassed area, negative results, 11:17 a.m.
5/4 It’s about the noise. Caller stated leaf blowers were operating on Robert Crisfield Place property, 9:54 a.m. No violation observed, company was only using lawn mower, 10:06 a.m.
5/3 Turf Avenue caller requested help for injured deer. Officer spoke to homeowner; deer was in rear yard, uninjured but appeared to have plastic object around its foot. Ran off.
5/2 Hillside Road reported items were stolen from vehicle.