7/3: Bad fit. Purchase Street clothing store manager stated angry customer knocked over racks, mannequins, left store, got into red Ford Focus. Noted plate number. Negative results on canvas.
7/5: Suspicious vehicle parked on Dearborn Avenue. Towed to yard by Hannigan’s.
7/4: Rules of the Load. Inadequate rear license plate lamp, overload of passengers in vehicle obstructing driver’s rear view, Hewlett Avenue. Summons issued.
7/4: Injured or rabid raccoon observed in middle of southbound traffic lane, Forest Avenue/Eve Lane. Animal retreated into storm drain.
7/4: Glad he cleared that up. Accidental damage, Wappanocca Avenue. Caller stated there was no damage to his window from unknown cause.
7/4: Rules of the Road, Hook Road/Forest Avenue. Unlicensed operator. Vehicle towed.
7/4: Rules of the Sea. Vessel boarding. Warning issued to Rye registered boat for bow riding.
7/4: Lapse-adaisical. Rules of the Road. Registration suspended due to insurance lapse. Summons issued.
7/4: Assisted Rye resident with extinguishing small fire in the marshland, Milton Harbor.
7/4: Twilight’s last gleaming. Report of fireworks in the area of Highland Road/Wappanocca Avenue, 9:49 p.m.
7/3: Female operator issued verbal warning about parking beyond 1-hour after sunset, Rye Town Dock, 2:45 a.m.
7/3: “Lullaby and goodnight…” Black Acura with CT plates reported running for over an hour with party sleeping inside, Fairlawn Street. Driver felt very tired, pulled over. Escorted to Nursery Field to rest up.
7/3: Unknown vehicle accidentally struck edge of Sonn Drive garage, broke a window. Did not appear to be malicious.
7/3: Quarante en Trente. Rules of the Road. Operator being warned for speeding at 40 m.p.h. in 30 zone on Forest Avenue presented foreign driver’s license with no International Permit. Vehicle displayed expired transit permit. Valid registration. Warning issued for improper plate display.
7/3: Criminal mischief. Contractor stated hose at McCullough Place property had been cut twice.
7/3: Burt? AYC caller stated they saw swimmer about 100 yards from shore headed to open water alone. Party tried to make contact with no luck. Manager stated swimmer had returned to shore.
7/3: Caller reported black Toyota driving erratically, BPR/Purdy Avenue. Ongoing issue with driver. Multiple driver reviews completed. Driver not drunk. Warning issued.
7/3: Stern warning. Vessel boarding, Milton Harbor. Warning issued for no stern light.
7/3: Pow! Loud bang reported, power outage, 11:47 p.m. Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue.
7/2: Shocking! Complainant stated there was illegal beach parking in area of Dearborn Avenue. Summonses issued.
7/2: Aside from that, all okay. Vessel boarding, Port Chester Harbor. No registration number affixed, expired Marine registry. Summons issued. Warning issued for no sound device aboard.
7/2: Hasty-Boy? Caller reported recliner in front of adjacent Theodore Fremd property more than 24 hours before bulk pick-up.
7/1: Westchester County PD requested assistance with Bee Line bus stopped at Milton Road/Playland Parkway intersection with party assaulting child on bus. Backed up.
7/1: Minor explosion reported, possibly transformer, Elm Place/Theodore Fremd Avenue, 8:15 p.m.
6/30: Game Knicksed. Parties reported playing basketball at Rye Rec, 12:42 a.m. Advised to leave.
6/30: Criminal mischief. Windshield on construction vehicle reported being shot out by pellet gun, North Street/Old Post Road.
6/30: Pine-Sol. Caller reported solicitors going door-to-door on private road, Pine Island. Party advised he could no longer solicit without permit. On his way home.
6/30: Caller reported dispute with mechanic, Midland Avenue. Would like to speak with officer.
6/30: Caller reported black SUV occupied by two males, possibly doing drugs by garages behind Central Avenue building, 10:43 p.m.
6/29: Suspicious male, medium build wearing dark clothing, acting in odd manner in vicinity of Rye Arts Center. No one fitting description in the area.
6/29: Cellfish. Female stated she was being yelled at by construction worker, North Street/Old Post Road. No female complainant on scene. Construction crew said woman pulled out in way of traffic while on her cell phone, causing roadblock, would not move.
6/29: Viewed video footage for evidence in Mead Place larceny from vehicle. Negative results.
6/29: Received call from AYC employee who advised child had fallen off paddle board between AYC beach and Sound and was in distress. Marine unit began search towards Parsonage Point, hailed employee for description of child. Determined they were looking for orange/yellow wind surfer with blue wetsuit. Noticed windsurfer fitting description a mile off point. Made contact. Not in distress.