6/23: Slow down, Bernie. Several calls regarding eight to ten brightly colored Indy Rally cars driving recklessly, Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue. “Go Left Rally” written on sides.
6/26: Caller stated suspicious Dodge sedan was slowly driving down Barlow Lane, Chester Drive, 4:21 p.m. Driver was picking up party on Chester Drive.
6/25: Good to know. Report of traffic lights not working properly, Midland/Peck avenues, BPR/Library Lane. Lights working fine.
6/25: Complainant stated suspicious male, in his 40s, with female, child, and infant in black Chevy SUV was trying to sell gold chains, Midland/Peck avenues, 1:43 p.m.
6/25: Party stated her Uber account was hacked, her personal information obtained.
6/25: Dark colored Wrangler parked with young child sleeping in car, no adults in vehicle, CVS lot. Officer dispatched. Youth was having nap after soccer practice. Spoke to all parties.
6/24: Road damage. Centre Street resident reported sinkhole in front of her house, approximately 4-5 inches long and a foot wide.
6/24: Vessel boarding. Warning issued for no throwable PFD, Buoy 38.
6/24: Caller stated she heard calls for help from her backyard adjacent to Coveleigh Club tennis courts. Was a neighbor calling for their dog.
6/23: Caller stated her husband’s vehicle was struck by another vehicle that was trying to flee, 1:05 a.m., Purchase Street. Was misunderstanding between resident and group of youths walking to the train.
6/23: Second noise complaint, Milton Road. Resident reported loud music in the area behind his house by Milton School, believed it was coming from next door neighbor’s house. Music stopped.
6/23: Droite a mess. Disabled vehicle, Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Vehicle was making right turn when front right tire dislodged. Axle bent, 11:32 p.m. Towed by Hannigan’s.
6/22: Red Honda Civic, improper registration, Pondview Road/Mead Pond Lane. Towed.
6/22: Join the club. Party stated that on June 13 she struck object in roadway causing her vehicle to have two flat tires, BPR/Cedar Street.
6/22: Caller reported 4-year-old wandering around by himself, Central/Maple avenues.
6/22: Insult to injury. Suspicious person, Car Park 2, 11 p.m. Caller stated male was attempting to gain access to tan Toyota Corolla parked behind Morgans Fish House. Car owner locked keys in car.
6/21: White Ford Raptor stolen from Dearborn Avenue driveway. Found vehicle by Overlook Avenue. Owner believed second set of keys was stolen by family member at residence earlier in day. Complainant did not want to press changes.
6/21: Leaf blowers in use, Crisfield Place. Summons issued.
6/21: Illegally parked vehicle, Purchase Street. Overtime. Summons issued.
6/20: Phew. Child reported missing from Milton School. Was not feeling well, went to friend’s house. Located by mom, returned to school. All well.
6/20: Caller stated large black male wearing striped shirt, beige pants going door-to-door in her Glen Oaks neighborhood. Person became annoyed that party would not open her front door. “It’s because I’m black.” Canvassed neighborhood. GOA.
6/20: Windcrest Road caller stated she was victim of fraud.
6/20: Caller stated there were people in neighboring yard, Captain’s Lane. House had been vacant for years.
6/19: Motorcyclist reported being struck from behind by car. Stated he had back pain. Officer, EMS dispatched.
6/19: Sonn Drive caller stated car hit his house. No injuries.
6/18: House at corner of Locust/Maple avenues with construction vehicles parked on sidewalk, causing unsafe condition. Vehicles moved.
6/18: Illegally parked vehicles, Beck Avenue. Summonses issued.
6/18: Caller stated she was almost struck by vehicle driving recklessly, Lindbergh Avenue/Chamberlain Street, 7:15 p.m. Reported NY plate number.
6/17: Suspicious vehicle, RTP, 1 a.m. Driver stated he wanted to take walk on Boardwalk. Advised park is closed.
6/17: Woof. Dog reported barking in Locust Avenue yard. Dog was playing with homeowner, no unreasonable barking.
6/17: Warning issued to motor boat for leaving wake in Milton Harbor.
6/16: Stop with those trains too. Resident in Lofts apartments reported employee was power washing outside Rye Grill & Bar, causing his kids to wake up, 7:49 a.m. Employee warned of City Code.
6/16: Fleet’s-worth of unpaid mooring fee violations, Milton Harbor. Summonses, warnings issued.
6/16: Verbal dispute, south entrance, Rye Town Park. Assisted security on scene.
6/16: Intoxicated party sitting in roadway, flagging cars down, Forest Avenue/Playland Parkway. Needed ride home. Taxi contacted.
6/14: Caller stated she was left at Playland with no money, no way to get home. Seemed very upset. Officer sent to assist. Contacted County police.