6/1: Motorist reported cars blocking intersection at Locust and Maple Avenues. Car dispatched. Summonses issued. Road cleared.
6/1: Caller reported three youths, possibly 7th or 8th graders, hanging out at grassy area by Hillside Road/287 exit ramp. Officer dispatched.
6/1: Downtown Purchase Street caller reported kids on his roof running all over multiple roofs. Officer spoke with youths, advised them to say off roof.
6/1: Osborn Road caller reported loud music at 10 p.m. Officer found parents on scene at 12-year-old’s birthday party. Party shut down for night.
6/2: Allendale Drive resident reported wire down near her driveway. Sidewalk taped, roadway cleared, Con Ed notified.
6/2: Caller reported receiving death threats on her cell phone.
6/2: Dearborn Avenue resident reported finding bicycle in her driveway.
6/2: Hix/Lindbergh Avenue area resident reported loud party. Homeowners on scene. Party quieted.
6/3: Party Central. Osborn/Theall roads area caller reported loud party disturbing his peace at 1:20 a.m. Residents advised to keep noise down.
6/3: Hook Road caller reported items taken from her vehicle overnight.
6/3: Officer stopped 2004 Toyota Corolla on Midland Avenue. NYSPIN showed driver’s privileges to drive in NYS suspended. Arrested. Vehicle towed.
6/4: Caller reported about 100 youths on field near BPR/Parsons Street screaming, yelling, creating a disturbance. Officers spoke to youths, advised them to keep noise down or leave.
6/4: Give peace a chance. Walnut Street/Central Avenue resident reported car parked outside blasting loud music disturbing her peace.
6/4: Acting on New Rochelle PD report, officers on lookout for Port Chester party headed home in Bluebird Taxi. RPD officer stopped taxi on Midland Avenue, searched backseat, interviewed driver about where passenger was dropped.
6/4: Complainant stated she lost glasses, which were special and insured.
6/4: Caller reported Milton Road/Hewlett Avenue impassable due to flooding. DPW notified. Flares set.
6/4: Kirby Lane caller reported road had become impassable due to flooding. Barricaded.
6/5: Looking for the flood story? Grapal Street caller reported news media on property. Called back to say they had left.
6/5: Gray Toyota driver who stopped for pedestrians at Purchase Street/Highland Road was rear-ended by green Ford. Language barrier inhibited communication. Little damage, no report.
6/5: Martin Road area caller reported two unknown men walking around property. Drove off when approached. Search negative.
6/6: What’s fair is fare. Taxi driver reported possible theft of services. Passenger may have exited taxi without paying. Party settled up with driver.
6/6: Overdale Road caller reported vehicle entered overnight.
6/6: Homeowner at the Ives on North Street reported dead deer on property. Advised resident that deer was on private property, and to call property management.
6/6: Norman Drive resident reported driver side window of vehicle smashed, iPod removed.
6/6: Grace Church Street caller reported use of leaf blowers in violation of City Code. Officer spoke to resident. She promised to advise landscaper.
6/6: Drive he said/she said. Caller reported couple in car at North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue having huge argument. Couple, driving from Virginia to Connecticut,
having heated discussion over who would be in the driver’s seat. Escorted to I-95 North ramp.
6/7: Centre Street caller reported strange people going through paper and can recyclables at 3 a.m. Concerned about ID theft. Extra patrol card completed.
6/7: Station Plaza complainant stated someone removed his front license plate, damaged bumper.
6/7: Woman reported being bitten by a leashed dog on Hewlett Avenue while walking back to work.
6/8: Report of fireworks coming from area at rear of Rye High School. Checked area. All quiet.
6/8: Two parties reported seeing coyote near Read Sanctuary.
6/8: Officer dispatched to Rye Town Park on report of intoxicated female youth. She was with Park Security, disheveled with strong odor of alcoholic beverage, crying, and being belligerent to Officer and Security detail. Officer contacted parents. Female became angrier. Released to her father.
6/8: No early check-in allowed. Officer dispatched to Marriott with felony warrant for suspect from Harrison County, Texas. Party had not checked in.
6/8: Hix Avenue caller reported window on his vehicle shattered while parked in front of his residence.
6/9: We are fam-i-lee! Caller at 10:45 p.m. reported loud music disturbing his peace, but did not know where it was coming from. Officer found family party in progress, warned family to turn off music.
6/10: Caller at 12:30 a.m. reported loud house party going on at Brevoort Lane. House party shut down, parties left.
6/10: Loewen Court caller reported loud music at neighbor’s home past midnight, keeping his family up.
6/10: Lab fab, no nab. Complaint of Labrador left in vehicle at Station Plaza. Officer found dog in SUV parked in shade with windows open.
6/11: Complainant reported she noticed someone attempting to access her bank accounts. Bank stopped attempt. Contacted her.
6/11: Trying for a birdie? Caller reported seeing coyote running through property onto Hole #4 at Apawamis Club at 6 p.m.
6/11: Two complaints of loud group at nursery field across from Milton Cemetery. Cars dispatched.
6/12: Caller reported her vehicle struck in parking lot at American Yacht Club. Party awaiting return of offending driver. Advised of actions to take.
6/12: Caller reported his 2012 Chevy Suburban missing from Marriott Courtyard lot.
6/12: Report of two vehicles parked on Kirby Lane North with 3-4 persons inside. Second occurrence in two days. Group dispersed.
6/13: Blowers towed, rakes issued? Caller reported leaf blower use around 10 p.m. on Forest Avenue. Party packing truck with equipment upon arrival, advised of leaf
6/13: Robbery victim sustained injury to arm, scraped knee, bump on head near McCullough Place.
6/13: Mead Place resident reported attempted break-in of his home witnessed by nanny.
6/13: MTA reported they were looking for a white male wearing red shirt, blue shorts, age 18-20 for allegedly interfering with operation of the train. Perp transported to
6/13: Full moon on the rise. Captain’s Lane caller stated four to five youths jumped in her pool then fled wet and undressed. Canvassed area, negative results.
6/14: Complainant reported black mountain bicycle left outside Rye Rec main building stolen.