4/13: Rev up the hair drier. Dearborn Avenue caller reported money was washing up on shore.
4/24: Slumber parties. Three occupants in vehicle parked at Rye Town Dock, 4:39 a.m. Officer told them no parking after dusk and they had to pack their belongings and leave area. No Parking sign was on the ground.
4/23: Coyote seen running near Newberry Place/Oakland Beach Avenue, 7:44 a.m.
4/22: Patrol officer injured during arrest, 1 a.m. Taken to Greenwich Hospital.
4/22: Citizens, a rest. City Code violation, Harding Drive. Spoke with workers, informed them of no construction on Sundays rule. Advised them to stop working that day. Warning issued.
4/21: City Code violation, Brown Avenue/Orchard Lane. Construction prior to 10 a.m. Advised tree company of proper start time.
4/21: Loud music reported in area of Grace Church/Grapal streets.
4/21: A fluke. Report of fisherman on private property, Waters Edge. GOA.
4/21: Caller stated family member was intoxicated, may possibly attempt to drive. Spoke with both parties, no driving for the night.
4/21: Two officers injured during arrest, one on left elbow, other on both knees.
4/20: Caller reported she saw subject pushing Milton Road/Apawamis Avenue crossing guard. Canvassed area for crossing guard with negative results.
4/20: Larceny. Riverside View caller believed engagement ring may have been stolen.
4/20: Strike up the band! Caller reported multiple leaf blowers, Grace Church Street. Summons issued.
4/20: Coyote sighted running down Overlook Place, 7:23 p.m.
4/20: Numerous youths reported gathering, Loder/Ralston streets, possibly carrying beer. Checked area, negative results.
4/19: Sgt. Balls noted general complaint of vehicular traffic during school pickup, Midland Avenue/Platt Lane. No observation of illegally parked vehicles along Platt.
4/19: Dearborn Avenue caller stated his friend was highly intoxicated and wanted to be taken to hospital. EMS dispatched.
4/18: Check of Stuyvesant Avenue construction site after officer reported gate open, 3:35 a.m. Site was clear. No lock, chain observed on gate.
4/18: A blush with the law. MVA, property damage, Avon property, Midland Avenue. Security stated silver pickup truck drove through gates, 12:22 a.m. Vehicle towed by Vincent’s.
4/18: Illegally parked vehicle, BPR/Orchard Avenue. Summons issued by PEO.
4/18: Scofflaw violation, Orchard/Theodore Fremd avenues. Vehicle towed.
4/18: Caller stated Bulkley Manor neighbor had called to inform him youths had broken into his house. Neighbor believed youths came from a nearby house and she told them to leave. They said they didn’t have to. She thought she recognized one youth. Caller stated he did not want to press charges if his house was entered. Youth referrals made.
4/18: Midland Avenue caller stated Dodge was blocking her driveway. She checked with neighbors and inside Kelly’s Sea Level but could not find owner. Towed by Vincent’s.
4/17: Milton School security reported coyote sighting, 9:59 a.m.
4/16: Vehicle, parked in no drop-off zone, Hewlett Lane. Summons issued.
4/16: Let there be lights. Traffic lights reported out, BPR/Purchase Street. DPW installed generator. Lights operational.
4/16: Tree down, Forest/Overhill avenues, blocking entire roadway. DPW on scene to remove.
4/16: Citi sleeps. Caller stated that as he attempted to entre Citibank several employees waved him away. Power was out. All well at bank.
4/16: Passing motorist reported sparking power line in front of Park Avenue house.
4/15: Caller stated someone hit her car causing minor damage, Purchase Street/Haviland Lane.
4/15: Sonnic loom. Caller reported blue car sitting on Franklin Avenue by Sonn Drive for hours. GOA.
4/15: Flasher! Caller reported woman standing in rain taking flash pictures of southbound traffic from atop I-95 overpass near Central/Clinton avenues. Two units dispatched.
4/15: Illegally parked vehicle, Forest Avenue/Rosemere Street. Left wheel to the curb. Summons issued.
4/14: Deer reported with severe injuries, Lynden Street. Dispatched.
4/14: Fence reported blown over due to heavy winds, Community Synagogue, Forest Avenue.
4/14: Gramercy Avenue caller reported loud youths in rear yard of home that abutted her property. Kids may have broken her fence as well. Spoke with homeowner, stated she would ascertain cause of damage, wind or people, and look to settle with neighbor the next morning.
4/13: Caller reported explosions in area of Con Ed, Theodore Fremd Avenue.
4/13: Caller reported female with blond hair in black pants standing in roadway by Cedar/Sylvan places acting erratically. Canvassed area, negative results.
4/13: Lyft him up. Caller reported group of youths acting strangely, one laying on ground, Apawamis/Forest avenues. Three youths waiting for Uber.
4/12: Report of man down in the street, bleeding from arm, George Langeloh Court. Photos taken at scene.
4/12: Setting the market. Vehicle observed driving in loop around Central Business District, 4:26 a.m. Operator was opening Mobil gas station, checking gas prices at other area stations.
4/12: Coyote reported in driveway, Green Avenue, 7:17 p.m.
4/11: Two suspicious parties exited white van, went to rear of Barlow Lane house, 9:54 a.m. Spoke with contractor, said he was doing work. Had work order.
4/11: Walk-in reported money illegally drawn from bank account and theft of mail from Theodore Fremd Avenue mailbox.
4/10: Cha-Ching! Illegally parked vehicles past time limit, Orchard Avenue. PEO issued 12 summonses.
4/10: School Street party stated her email had been hacked, monies requested from her clients. Sworn statement taken.