9/24: Prisoner transport, WCPD jail, Rye HQ.
9/23: Vehicle stopped, Purdy Avenue/First Street, unregistered.
9/23: Blame drain. Illegal public dumping, Warriston Lane. Upon arrival, pool company was packing to leave scene, advised not to drain pool water into sewers. Stated that they were directed by Rye City to drain into sewers.
9/22: Unknown male reported walking southbound in middle of BPR by Rye Golf Club.
9/22: Caller reported wire burning in tree, Boston Post/Overdale roads. RFD on scene, Con Ed notified.
9/22: Distressed scuba diver, Boat Basin.
9/21: Leaf blowers, Redfield Street/Old Rye Beach Avenue, advised of City Code.
9/21: Caller reported cars parked in violation of posted signs, Mead Place/Locust Avenue.
9/21: Caller reported music blasting, Martin Butler Court/Forest Avenue. Party ending.
9/20: Perfect nein. Checked nine fishermen at Playland Pier, no violations.
9/20: In a pickle. Fairlawn Street caller reported seeing white male enter basement window on church side of house across from Dockside Deli.
9/20: Caller stated child was bitten by three-legged chipmunk.
9/20: Caller stated suspicious male walking around Valleyview/Forest avenues area. Waiting for wife who is nanny.
9/19: Commissioner reported no flagman at Griffon Place/Oakland Beach Avenue site. Con Ed crew advised they were wrapping up work for day, would have flag when they return.
9/19: Complainant stated she was receiving harassing phone calls and was afraid of identity theft.
9/19: Scotch Cap-tured. Caller reported suspicious white male, long wavy hair, black jacket, khaki pants heading south on Stuyvesant towards AYC. Security stopped him before entering premise, elderly male exercising, wanted to view club.
9/19: Caller reported dark colored BMW with CT plates speeding, passing over double yellow line on Milton Road. Search of area met with negative results.
9/18: Scion-ara. Repossession of 2012 Scion, Purchase Street.
9/18: Report of house fire, roof in flames, Magnolia Place, injured fireman.
9/18: Criminal mischief to vehicle, Midland Avenue.
9/18: Suspicious male in Smith Street yard. Survey company employee.
9/18: Vehicle stopped for having white taillight covers, Midland Avenue. Operator with suspended NC license. Hannigan’s tow notified.
9/17: Two too many tow. Caller reported white Ford Explorer parked for over two weeks without moving, Evergreen/Grandview avenues. Towed to Hannigan’s.
9/16: Caller stated road partially blocked by barricade debris, Lot 2, Elm Place. Barricades removed, DPW on scene.
9/15: Complainant stated loud music near Woodland Drive. Adult 50th birthday party, heading inside.
9/15: Trust, but verify. Walk-in reported that vehicle hit her car on Elm Place. Operator told complainant to follow her home and she would take care of damage, as she drove off without exchanging information. Complainant wrote down plate number.
9/15: Weschester County PD request back-up for their unit responding to an alarm, Tiki Bar.
9/15: RFD stated van parked to close to Purchase Street/Locust Avenue corner making it impossible to make turn with fire truck. Van doing repairs to Henri’s plate glass window, moved.
9/15: Empty net. Check of 11 fishermen at Playland Pier. No violations.
9/15: Caller reported he smelled burning leaves coming from Ridgeland Manor. RFD notified.
9/15: Caller reported her bag was stolen when she was visiting friends in Hix Park area. Last known location near Lindbergh Avenue canvassed with negative results. Find my phone app directed to Helen Street properties. Also checked with no result.
9/14: Rye Town Park complainant stated St. Bernard running loose in park and attacked his dog. Officers spoke with both parties, dogs leashed upon arrival, neither dog attacked or injured.
9/14: Pain roasted? FD dispatched on report of Hunter Lane oven fire. Bread left in oven causing smoky condition.
9/14: Tow’s company. Caller reported tow company booted her vehicle, Peck/Midland avenues, and was being uncooperative with information on how to get car back.
9/14: Water’s Edge complainant reported fishermen on condo wall.
9/14: George Langeloh Court caller stated their family dog barking at something or someone in yard.
9/13: Numerous unleashed dogs reported on athletic field, Milton Road/Rye Beach Avenue. All parties packed up dogs and left field.
9/13: Evergreen Avenue resident concerned about possible sick bat on her property. Assisted party with bat relocation.
9/13: Group of teens I.F.O. Starbucks advised not to block sidewalk.
9/13: Caller reported being hit in face by “Air-Soft” gun, by parties operating late-model black Subaru Impreza with CT plates. Glen Oaks area caller reported late-model black compact driving recklessly. EMS transport to Greenwich Hospital. RPD reported arrest made.
9/13: Several youths reported throwing up, Glen Oaks Drive/La Salle Avenue. Group dispersed prior to arrival.
9/12: Nap nab. Caller reported black Mercedes parked in roadway by Hix Avenue/Dalphin Drive blocking traffic, operator appeared to be sleeping. Limo driver, information taken.
9/12: Walnut Street complainant stated dog not on leash and it is a constant problem. Complainant spoke with other party, advised to call again when dog off leash.
9/11: Caller stated two vehicles driving recklessly, possible road rage, black Range Rover with red trim, gray A4 Audi. Boyfriend/girlfriend dispute. Information taken.
9/11: 7:40 a.m. Larceny from vehicle, Oakwood Avenue. Resident stated unknown party entered his wife’s vehicle overnight . Loose change missing.
9/11: BB Burrito Blast. 10 p.m., RPD responded to reports of damage to the front window of Henri’s Bagel & Burrito Bar, Purchase Street. Officers also noticed what appeared to be damage from BB-pellets at Trapp Optical and Arcade Books. Incident may be connected to reports of several recent drive-by BB-gun shootings in White Plains.
9/9: Suspicious package at Station Plaza, green bag with clothing sticking out.
9/9: Reports of drunken black male in suit and tie acting irrational, kicked off train on northbound side of station. Assisted onto correct train.
9/9: Logging lack of lamplight. Lamps reported out on poles 12, 13, and 32: Kirby Lane and Manursing Way. Entry made in Street Lights Out log.
9/9: Suspicious silver/dark color Honda occupied by Hispanic or black male reported, Stuyvesant Avenue. Driver lost, given directions to Bronx.
9/9: Caller reported man begging for money, Milton Road/Oakland Beach Avenue. Transported to Mamaroneck line to catch bus to Bronx.
9/8: Deer in roadway, dispatched, moved aside, BPR/Park Avenue. Noted in Red Book for DPW.
9/8: Assist Port Chester PD, large fight on North Main Street.
9/8: Sound advice. Officers assisted County PD, removing two swimmers from Sound to dock. Too dark and dangerous for swimming after dusk.
9/8: One way sign at Milton Road/Forest Avenue reported facing wrong way.
9/8: Vessel boarded, Milton Harbor, no registration.
9/8: Resident walk-in reported son’s bike stolen.
9/7: Braves getting restless. Caller reported large group of disorderly youths, Mendota Avenue/Onondaga Street. Dispersed.
9/7: Cowles Avenue caller reported burning package on neighbor’s lawn. Homeowner sprayed water on bag.
9/7: Caller stated sister-in-law removed property from her home without permission, refused to return it.
9/7: Zzzzzz. Contractor foreman reported at Milton Road house for job, house was wide open, nobody responding. Homeowner sleeping.
9/6: Official hand mail deliveries to Soundview Avenue, BPR, Johnson Place, Lake Road, and Hix Avenue.
9/5: Osborn Road complainant reported someone stole mailbox full of mail August 30. Box located at curbside.
9/5: Leaf blowers reported, Sound Road. City Code violation.
9/5: Tow be or not tow be. Scofflaw reported, Car Park #1, Elm Place/TFA. Vehicle owner agreed to pay all fines at City Hall, no tow. PEO stayed with vehicle until payment confirmed.
9/5: Checked five fishermen, Rye Town Dock. No violations.
9/5: Two-no fish. Checked 15 fishermen, Playland Pier, two warnings issued for no fishing registration.
9/4: Operation Safeguard perimeter check of DPW water treatment plant, Oakland Beach Avenue. All appeared normal.
9/3: Marriott Courtyard, problem with guest, 5:57 a.m. Left without incident.
9/3: Strip-down Slip-up. Central Avenue/BPR, unsafe traffic flow, no flagman at construction site. Officer advised worker of need for flag person. Northbound BPR temporarily shutdown for stripping.
9/3: Female reported intoxicated male acting aggressively, city-bound side of Station Plaza.
9/3: Caller reported having dead battery, Lot 4, School Street. Requested tow truck.
9/3: Caller stated he lost phone on train, his “Find My Phone” app showed it at Harbor Lane. Phone turned over to owner.
9/2: Rye Rec, suspicious vehicle, caller reported two males staring at kids. All checked out.
9/2: Thruway Sgt. reported road rage incident involving black SUV, originated on I-95.
9/2: Recklessness abandoned. Caller reported group of teens driving recklessly, Onondaga Street/Highland Road. No violations witnessed by officer.
9/2: Caller reported youths throwing rocks at moving vehicles, Forest Avenue.
9/1: Caller stated his Trek mountain bike stolen from I.F.O. Rye library.
9/1: Heritage Lane caller reported possible burglary in progress at neighbor’s house. Highly intoxicated youth, transported to Greenwich Hospital.
8/31: Caller reported lawnmowers being operated before 10 a.m. Theodore Fremd Avenue.
8/31: Caller reported suspicious unoccupied vehicle parked behind Rye Rec picnic pavilion, windows open, radio playing. Vehicle belonged to Rec staffer.
8/31: Caller reported finding a hand grenade in her Summit Avenue yard. County Department of Public Safety, bomb squad notified.
8/30: CVS Manager reported tall, light-skinned black male just stole baby formula.
8/30: Several vehicles reported damaged while parked in beach club parking lot, Van Rensselaer Road/Manursing Way.
8/28: Double bogey. Caller reported youths moving golf carts to shore end of Soundview Avenue. Cars 14 and 16 dispatched. Carts recovered, returned to course management.
8/28: Larceny. Wallet stolen from vehicle, Westchester C.C. Beach Club, 4 p.m.
8/28: Caller reported illegally parked vehicles I.F.O. his home, Halstead Place/OBA.
8/27: Caller reported two suspicious white males in white van, Haven Avenue/Milton Road. G.O.A.
8/27: Bad tripper. Apawamis Avenue caller wished to report being charged double for cab fare.
8/26: E.T., be good. Youths reported shining laser lights into houses, acting rowdy, Dearborn Avenue.
8/25: Leaf blowers at YMCA, 9:18 a.m. Company advised of City Code.
8/25: Rye Rec employee stated man and his children on tennis courts without permit, refusing to pay or leave. Party left with no further action required.
8/25: Gone, but not forgotten. White male, early 20s wearing gray T-shirt with dark lettering, dark colored shorts, with beard, urinating I.F.O. families, Rye Rec softball field, being disruptive. G.O.A.
8/25: I-287/Midland Avenue. Motorcycle accident, 287 West ramp from I-95 North.
8/24: Caller reported two black males in black vehicle acting suspiciously, BPR/Parsons Street, RHS. Working for Northeast Construction.
8/23: Grace Church Street resident reported unknown party dumped five recycling boxes in middle of street. DPW notified and responded.
8/21: Several persons called about loud Midland Avenue altercation, residents upset about neighbor’s parking space and aim of their floodlight. Parties separated after verbal argument.