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Lead

2/12: Walk on the Wild Side. Caller reported woman walking down middle of Theall Road creating dangerous condition for herself, 10:15 p.m. Party was listening to music while walking home. Instructed to stay on side of road away from traffic.

2/13: Caller reported construction work at synagogue property, Forest Avenue, 5:46 a.m. Found to be truck servicing port-a-potty, leaving upon arrival.

2/12: Toyota Prius reported blocking Grace Church Street driveway. Homeowner advised to contact a private tow company.

2/12: Caller reported erratic driver headed southbound on US-1. She stated vehicle looked like dark colored Altima. Canvassed area, negative results.

2/11: Caller stated alarm in her Midland Avenue residence was going off and it was not connected to alarm company. CO alarm was activated, Con Ed notified. Tried to locate source of CO. Family safe in camper.

2/11: Palisade Road resident found BB-gun, BBs in her basement and wanted to turn them in.

2/11: Fishy story. Caller stated she heard alarm coming from Ocean Grille restaurant, Rye Town Park. RFD checked interior, faulty alarm.

2/10: One in a million. Dangerous pothole reported at intersection of Boulder Road/Forest Avenue.

2/10: Let’s go places. White Toyota SUV reported driving erratically, blocking roadway, Orchard/Theodore Fremd avenues. Checked area, negative results.

2/10: Not exactly great. Party stated she believed another party associated with 2/9 incident may have stolen items from Great Stuff, Purchase Street..

2/10: Hunter Lane complainant was victim of fraudulent accounts opened in her name.

2/10: Gopher it. Caller stated vehicle with MN plates was parked on their street for last five days, Beck/Forest avenues, 4:40 p.m. Vehicle valid. Parked legally.

2/10: Caller stated unknown make, model, plate blue SUV was parked in front of Johnson Place house for about 15 mins. Vehicle left but caller wanted area checked. GOA.

2/9: Phone scram. Con Ed security asked party who said her lost cell phone was on their property to leave, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Party informed she needed to make police report with jurisdiction responsible for area where she lost her phone.

2/9: Caller stated he slipped on ice in front of his Fairway Avenue home and could not move. Car 10 and EMS sent.

2/9: Bare burgher. Caller reported male running towards Forest Avenue on Manursing Avenue, no shoes, no shirt, 1:03 p.m. Unit 3 stated party checked out.

2/9: Great Stuff reported female left Purchase Street store with blouse and also changed price stickers, 3 p.m., in last 20-25 minutes.

2/9: Larceny. Bareburger manager stated he had video of employee stealing money.

2/9: Wheel shame. Resident reported his bicycle stolen from southbound side of train platform.

2/8: Barking dog, Platt Lane, reported annoying neighbor. Guest visiting with barking dog. Spoke with homeowner who stated guest, dog would be leaving shortly.

2/8: Rye Manor caller reported water coming from her ceiling. Super located, working on issue.

2/8: Probably just counting the cattails. Male driver, female passenger in vehicle in Marshlands lot 5:53 p.m. Both parties warned about being on property after dark.

2/7: I will not block the walk…I will not block the walk…I will…Unruly parent blocking Osborn School property crosswalk, 2:37 p.m. Vehicle moved.

2/7: Penny-wise, pound-foolish. Large limb from private tree on Harding Drive broke away bringing down wires, branches across Belmont Avenue. Harding renter stated she had complained to landlord about size, poor health of trees on property in past. Neighbor was also concerned. Advised to contact building department. DPW foreman on scene. Con Ed notified.

2/7: To Soprano residence? Cowles Avenue party reported someone used her Amazon account to purchase computer, have it sent to New Jersey.

2/7: FBI offices check, Midland Avenue. All appears normal.

2/6: Large, fat coyote reported in Grace Church Street rear yard with fence, 2:34 p.m.

2/6: Harassment. Complainant stated her grandchild was approached by another parent and yelled at on way to school, Midland Avenue/Palisade Road.

2/6: Gotta be a Toyota. Suspicious vehicle. Gray Toyota or VW parked, occupied, Mistletoe Lane.

2/6: Theodore Fremd Avenue caller stated she had sewage backing up into her house from construction site next door.

2/5: Get in line. Pothole needing attention, icy road, BPR/Playland Parkway.

2/5: Larceny from motor vehicle, Theodore Fremd Avenue.

2/5: Larceny. Rockridge Road complainant believed her maid had been stealing jewelry from her residence.

2/3: Definitely a Toyota. Caller stated small SUV was parked with lights on at end of his Forest Avenue driveway, 12:30 a.m. Spoke with complainant who stated vehicle entered his property then turned around to exit. Checked surrounding area, negative results.

2/3: Resident reported someone filed taxes in her name.

2/2: Flagrant foul! Mamaroneck Police reported youth was punched in face, Rye Neck High School Gym, 9:05 p.m.

 

12/16: Heavy meddle. Loud music reported coming from Stuyvesant Avenue residence, 10:45 p.m. Second call stated music went back on as soon as units left. Summons issued.

12/19: Suspicious vehicle, 2:26 a.m., Brown Avenue/Orchard Lane. Parked, occupied vehicle observed. Made contact with operator. Limo looking for area residence.

12/18: Rules of the Road, BPR/Hillside Road. Vehicle did not display license plate, but was registered to operator. Warning issued.

12/18: Hit and Run. Caller stated her red Kia Sportage was struck in employee parking lot, BPR/Library Lane, 11:30 a.m.

12/18: Suspicious vehicle, Griffon Place, 1:41 p.m. Caller stated occupied black van with yellow and white stripes had been parked in area, did not recognize vehicle as being from neighborhood. Appliance serviceman working in area.

12/17: Test result: Not proficient. Suspicious vehicle, Osborn School, 1:27 a.m. Driver stated he dropped his wallet while driving and could not find it.

12/17: Criminal mischief. Caller reported suspicious gray sedan occupied by male, female in Hillside Place area. Parties were seen on property, 10:45 a.m. Statement taken.

12/17: Illegally parked vehicles, snow ordinance violations: Central/Summit avenues, Fieldstone/Stonycrest roads, George Langeloh Court/Forest Avenue. Summonses issued.

12/16: Rock chipping on Saturday, Hammond Road/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Rock hammer taken offline. Other work will continue.

12/16: Worst Western. Female victim sent $749 Western Union-gram to unknown party claiming to be her mortgage company, CVS Store.

12/16: Vehicle ran off roadway by entrance to Marshlands, slipped into ditch.

12/16: Vehicle illegally parked in handicap spot, Grandview Avenue. Summons issued.

12/15: County PD advised that verbal altercation was taking place at Playland Parkway over hit-and-run on I-95 involving silver Subaru with CT plates. State Police en route.

12/15: Sub Prime. Larceny, packages delivered to Maple Avenue residence were taken.

12/15: Caller reported rear-end collision, Palisade/Milton roads.

12/15: Neighborhood trouble. Playland Park worker stated group of youths were being disruptive while playing in the parking lot. Summons issued.

12/15: Party stated suspicious SUV was parked outside gates of Rockridge Deli. Spoke with operator who said he pulled over to use phone.

12/14: Construction prior to 7:30 a.m., Old Post Road. Warning issued.

12/14: Car struck a dog, Milton Road, 3:27 p.m.

12/14: Dog attack reported, Playland Park. Parties waiting for County PD, asked for officer to stand by until arrival.

12/14: Caller stated operator of gray Chevy Trailblazer was drinking alcohol in his vehicle, 7:16 p.m., Purchase Street.

12/13: Party stated they heard someone trying to get into their John Jay Place house at 3:30 a.m. Checked interior, exterior, no one located.

12/13: Johnson Place property owner called for check on unlocked back gate which was normally closed, also due to activity on Johnson Place. Car 26 dispatched, unit 3 to remain on post at Rye Golf Club.

12/13: Caller stated she had heard barking dog left out in the cold all day, Lavender Lane/Midland Avenue.

12/12: Suspicious vehicle. Officer reported vehicle with its doors open behind CVS with two suspicious parties going through what appeared to be cardboard behind building. Party worked for CVS and was trying to kick-start moving truck. Identified.

12/12: Giants fan, most likely. Suspicious vehicle, RHS football field, 1:12 a.m. Party stated he was tired and needed to take nap. Advised to find another location.

12/12: Gazillion snow ordinance summonses, all over town.

12/11: Ew. Caller stated brown water coming out of building across from Capital One. Drain pipe from 62 “Purchase Street. Spoke to HVAC contractor on scene he just drained system to perform work.

12/11: DPW reported accident involving City vehicle. Parked, unoccupied vehicle, rear driver side tire deflated, unable to make contact with owner. Incident card left on vehicle.

12/10: Caller reported vehicle off roadway, Grace Church Street, slid down driveway into snow-covered mud. Private tow called.

12/9: SALT; it’s everywhere. DPW truck dropped 4-foot mound of salt/sand, blocking roadway near Topsail Lane/Van Wagenen Avenue in westbound lane of traffic. DPW notified.

 

 

Lead

1/26: iPhony. Complainant stated he was defrauded while selling iPhone in front of police HQ. Purchaser provided $900 in counterfeit $100 bills.

1/28: Henry Street settlement. Assisted taxi driver with fare dispute, language barrier. Arranged payment at scene.

1/28: Orchard Avenue. Taxi driver stated there was fare disagreement. Paid.

1/28: A canard. Complainant heard multiple gunshots coming from Edith Read Sanctuary, where duck hunting is not allowed, 7:20 a.m. Unable to locate source.

1/28: Caller reported he found young child wandering on North Street by herself, wandered into neighbor’s yard, 9:30 a.m. Recovered by mother prior to arrival.

1/28: Larceny. Unknown individual reported stealing beer, CVS.

1/28: Quacker-jack shots. Checked waters off Edith Read for duck hunters, 11 a.m. Confirmed they were shooting below high-water mark, discharging towards Sound, not land. Not violating restrictions.

1/27: Possible disabled vehicle, Playland Parkway. Serious language barrier with caller. Vehicle crashed while exiting at Playland Access Drive. Vincent’s towingcontacted by County police.

1/27: Suspicious person. Male reported carrying large object walking onto I-95 North by Playland Parkway. Bumper had blown off back of pickup truck.

1/27: Howard Place caller stated someone hired by neighbor was attempting to cut down her hedges. Misunderstanding.

1/27: Hypodermic needle found in area of Rye Town Park dog run.

1/27: Deer struck by car, Locust/Summit avenues. Dispatched.

1/27: Erratic driver reported, BPR/Playland Parkway. Spoke to driver at length. No suspicious behavior witnessed. Turned out to be resident.

1/26: Dispute with Uber driver, Colby Avenue. Resolved without further incident.

1/26: All ironed out. DPW reported two women attempting to jump or climb down wall, into brook across from Fong’s Hand Laundry. Save the Sound project workers taking samples.

1/26: Dozen Rules of the Road violation summonses/warnings issued, 6-9 p.m.

1/26: Resident reported 14-year-old male throwing up, possibly intoxicated. EMS dispatched.

1/25: Crosswalk iced over due to running water leak, School Street, 3:25 a.m. DPW to salt down before commuters came out.

1/25: Illegally parked vehicles, BPR/Haviland Lane.

1/25: DPW worker advised that resident was cursing at him and being unruly. Cars 10 and 11 sent. Resident was upset with parties on his Maple Avenue property without permission. Situation resolved prior to arrival.

1/25: Report of dog running around without a leash, Orchard Avenue. Back with owner.

1/25: Caller reported smoke coming from her Highland Road boiler and carbon monoxide detector sounding. RFD dispatched. Heavy smoke condition from chimney upon arrival. Made sure all parties were out of house.

1/25: Resident stated older green Ford Explorer was driving slowly through Indian Village neighborhood. Canvassed area several times with negative results.

1/24: Criminal Warrant. Fugitive from justice in regard to assault that occurred on Theodore Fremd Avenue.

1/24: Age-old story. Elm Place dispute, landlord-tenant issues. Individuals advised to go to civil court.

1/23: Illegally parked vehicles: Davis Avenue, Fenton Street. Summonses issued.

1/23: High Street caller stated vehicle backing up from driveway struck her car.

1/23: Complainant stated her recently separated husband had been using credit cards illicitly obtained by him in her name to charge over $9,000 debt.

1/22: Brevoort Lane resident wished to ensure duck hunters know they have to be shooting away from, not parallel to, propertySpoke with complainant, advised to call DEC.

1/22: Caller stated she watched party with long hair try rear sliding door on Apawamis Avenue residence, then push window open and crawl into same, 10 a.m. Units dispatched. Party was daughter of resident attempting to gain entry into her home.

1/22: Caller stated he struck large dog with motor vehicle, BPR/Central Avenue. Dog ran off. Wanted to report in regard to damage to his car.

1/22: Con Ed responded to call from Stuyvesant Avenue/Hall’s Lane resident who saw sparking wire.

1/21: Caller reported male resident [Bulkley Manor] screaming profanities at his children. Caller stated it had happened before. Spoke with party, confirmed he had been screaming at the dog. No witness to provide information. Children were laughing, playing.

1/21: Suspicious vehicle. Green Mini Cooper reported with man standing outside of it who didn’t know what state or city he was in. Claimed car was broken down. Vehicle hit I-95 pothole, front driver side tire blew out. Mini Cooper sending tow.

1/21: Peck’s bad boy. Assisted citizen. Party stated he was involved in road rage incident earlier in the day, BPR/Peck Avenue. Second driver made motion that he had a gun, stepped from vehicle towards complainant. Suspect did not display weapon, returned to his vehicle after noticing victim had several family members in his car. Statement taken.

1/20: Suspicious vehicle. Minivan stopped on bridge, young girl jumped out of it, Harbor Terrace/Oakland Beach Avenue. Car and female still on scene by Piazza Pizza.

1/19: Group of kids reported on Playland Lake on top of thin ice, hazardous condition. Delicate rescue by County Police.

1/18: Ain’t it the truth. Property check. Village quiet, normal.

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Lead

11/21: Audacious. Black Audi reported parked on Maple Avenue sidewalk. Summons issued.

11/28: Animal struck by motor vehicle, BPR/Bradford Avenue. DPW notified.

11/27: Improperly registered vehicle, parked on sidewalk, Wainwright Street. Summons issued.

11/27: Resident reported suspicious dark-colored SUV parked across from her Cedar Street house. No occupied vehicles found in area.

11/27: Rye Rec requested to speak with officers regarding illegal dumping.

11/27: Caller reported two suspicious males wearing all black acting suspicious, Hammond Road/North Street.

11/27: Assisted citizen who said leaf blower fell off his truck on Eldridge Place, another company may have retrieved it.

11/27: Rules of the Road. Exceeded 30 m.p.h. speed limit, Forest Avenue. Summons issued.

11/27: Poor conception. Verizon truck performing work in roadway, Elm Place/Purchase Street, no flagman. Truck parked in intersection over crosswalk. Conditions were to be corrected. Warning issued.

11/27: Caller reported striking deer which was lying injured on side of Osborn Road. RFD on scene washed down street. DPW on scene. Deer dispatched.

11/26: Rules of the Road, failed to stay right on double yellow-lined roadway, Stuyvesant/Van Wagenen avenues. Warning issued.

11/26: Complainant stated gray Toyota Corolla was driving aggressively at high speed, Playland Fountain.

11/26: This Bud’s for…no one. Ridgewood Drive party wanted to report backpack that was hidden in old foundation which he found to be suspicious. Stated he saw young man pull up in gray Acura MDX, exit with a backpack, walk onto foundation, returned without backpack. Upon investigation, discovered small pack with several Budweiser beers stashed. Bag removed, disposed of by resident.

11/26: Give that owner a biscuit! Dog reported barking, Summit Avenue. Spoke to homeowners and advised them of City Code. They took dog inside, promised it would no longer be an issue.

11/25: C’mon in. Assisted citizen. Passer-by noticed screen off window and window ajar at Griffin Place residence. Homeowner arrived on scene, stated screen always off window, door always unlocked.

11/24: Doggone it. Walk-in reported her dog was bitten by another dog.

11/24: Caller reported large group of youths in street possibly fighting, Apawamis/Forest avenues. Spoke with youths who stated there was no fighting or problems.

11/24: No more decaf, Ronald. 911 call regarding person who fell asleep at wheel while waiting on McDonald’s drive-thru.

11/22: Odor of gas inside Elmwood Avenue house. A 101-year-old female inside unable to leave on her own. RFD dispatched.

11/22: The buck stopped there. Pondview Road caller stated deer was in their front yard, laying down, possibly sick. Large buck, appeared sluggish, old but not overtly sick or injured.

11/21: Talk about hackneyed. Rules of the Road. Defendant seen driving up to taxi inspection after check had shown his privilege to drive was suspended. Arrested.

11/21: Hewlett Avenue caller reported receiving package from Saks Fifth Avenue that she did not order, also had fraudulent charge on her credit card. At about 3 p.m. she observed black BMW with tinted windows across from her home. Officer dispatched to take sworn statement.

11/21: Voluminous. Caller reported group in backyard of Osborn Road residence was loud and disturbing her peace, 10:04 p.m. Spoke to homeowners who said they would bring party inside and keep volume down.

11/20: Black vehicle reported parked on street, playing loud music, Chamberlain Street/Oakland Beach Avenue, 12:38 a.m. Spoke to driver, told him to turn music down, head home.

11/19: Flyos. Thin aluminum piece breaking away from upper façade of Verizon Building, Purchase Street. Area taped off, message left with building supervisor.

11/19: Jaywalker. Caller reported unknown male exited Jay estate property on foot, got into unknown vehicle, proceeded northbound on BPR where it drove into gas station.

11/18: Heavy equipment being used prior to appropriate time, Locust/Maple avenues. Summons issued.

11/17: Suspicious vehicle. Black SUV reported going around barrier into Playland. Local resident collecting firewood.

11/17: Party reported punched in face by co-worker at Grandview Avenue construction site.

11/17: Large woodchuck killed by motor vehicle, Centre Street/Forest Avenue.

11/17: Animal acting rabid, inside recycling bins, Bradford Avenue. Animal made its way into woods.

11/17: Raccoon dragging its back legs, attempted to bite dog, Red Oak Drive. Raccoon captured.

11/17: Vehicle parked illegally for several days, Station Plaza, towed by Vincent’s.

11/16: Multiple leaf blowers reported, Greenhaven Road. New company to area, promised to continue with one blower at a time. Warning issued.

11/15: Tell-tail. Rules of the Road. Vehicle driving southbound on Forest Avenue near Grace Church Street, no tail lamp, unlicensed operator. Summons issued.

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1/7: Chow main? Water leak inside Water Moon restaurant, 1:16 a.m. RFD gained access. Broken pipe by bathroom near rear entrance. Able to shut off water. RFD reached out to Suez Water. No answer form restaurant contact number, message left. Secured building, left explanation tags.

1/16: Illegally parked vehicle, Central/Summit avenues, warning issued.

1/16: Alarming. Overlook Place resident stated construction site across street had new dumpster being delivered, waking up neighborhood, 6:51 a.m. Dumpster removal completed upon arrival.

1/15: Suspicious vehicle, Greenwood Union Cemetery, 1:19 a.m. Person stated he was visiting mother’s grave because he had no time during the day.

1/15: Walk-in reported finding silver cross in vicinity of Central Avenue/Loewen Court.

1/15: Caller reported icy condition in roadway, Boulder Road/Forest Avenue.

1/15: Vehicle struck stone wall by Jay Estate, unknown injuries, EMS dispatched. Vehicle towed.

1/14: No wampum. State Police reported taxi at Oneida Street location with passenger unwilling to pay fare. Dispute resolved.

1/14: Cowles Avenue party reported his car was broken into and his wallet stolen. Wished not to file report. Advised to come to HQ if he changed his mind.

1/14: Double your displeasure. Illegally parked vehicle blocking crosswalk and handicap parking spot, Purchase Street/W. Purdy Avenue. Summonses issued.

1/14: Dalphin Drive caller reported dog at house where he is housesitting may have died. Assisted party with relocating animal to garage until residents returned home.

1/14: Male possibly living in Budget Rent-a-Truck reported, CVS parking lot. Budget truck empty. Spoke with Con Edison emergency crew located in lot. Suspicion unfounded.

1/13: Caller reported man standing outside his car on John Jay Place for quite a while, 12:49 a.m. Resident called back. Vehicle left area.

1/13: Rules of the Road. Driving across solid passing line, Purchase Street/US-1. Warning issued.

1/13: Party believed he lost his car at train station. Canvassed area, negative results.

1/13: Larceny. Wallet stolen from Y locker room, Locust Avenue. Statement taken.

1/13: Two coyotes sighted, Midland Avenue/Playland Parkway. 7:38 p.m.

1/13: Wheely weird. Caller observed vehicle traveling on Playland Parkway near Milton Road with only three wheels. Units dispatched to investigate. GOA.

1/13: Walk-in stated he was bitten by dog while delivering food to Elmwood Avenue address.

1/12: Appy ending. Uber driver reported dropping off intoxicated female on Oakland Beach Avenue. Party was yelling, kicking. Driver not injured, did not wish to press charges. Female located her home’s yard, went inside through garage without further incident.

1/12: Cowles Avenue complainant stated her vehicle was broken into overnight.

1/12: Midland School crossing guard supervisor reported speeding vehicles. Upon arrival, no violations observed, morning drop-off completed. Spoke with supervisor regarding complaints.

1/12: Party turned in ring she found at bottom of Dearborn Avenue sledding hill.

1/12: Very large potholes creating hazard, BPR/Orchard Avenue.

1/12: Illegally parked vehicles, Station Plaza, Lot #5, Midland Avenue. Summonses issued.

1/11: Cha-ching! Large pothole, Central Avenue. DPW notified.

1/10: Larceny from motor vehicle, Car Park #1.

1/9: Complainant wanted to document incident regarding suspicious email received.

1/9: Ups and downs of the job. Suspicious males wearing dark clothing reported engaged in possible drug interaction, Pondview Road/Theodore Fremd Avenue, 12:49 p.m. Parties stopped at entrance to senior housing under construction. Employees of elevator company stated they were walking around on their lunch break. Checked out.

1/9: Report of male in baseball cap driving Ford Mustang at high speed, passing cars in single lane, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues.

1/9: Suspicious red vehicle parked in middle of roadway, Grapal Street/Palisade Road. Owner located, vehicle removed. Warning issued.

1/8: Motor vehicle reported backing up into DPW truck, Oakland Beach Avenue. No injuries.

1/8: Old Post Road caller stated vehicle was blocking her driveway. Summons issued. Driveway passable.

1/8: Caller reported suspicious male in green jacket, knit cap carrying coffee walking in Fraydun Place area. GOA.

1/8: Dark colored Jeep with NY plates threw garbage out window, Forest Avenue/Playland Parkway. Caller also smelled marijuana. Last seen driving towards Playland parking lot. GOA.

1/8: Blue Honda reported parked illegally in handicap parking space, Grandview Avenue. Summons issued.

1/7: Un-shoveled sidewalk, Harbor Terrace, Hewlett/Beck/Forest avenues. Summonses issued.

1/6: Suspicious vehicle, Rye Road. White 4-door Honda or Acura. Checked property. Car tracks in driveway, not footprints in snow. Front of house secure, no visible damage to façade.

1/6: City Code violation, snow/ice not off sidewalk after 24 hours, North Street. Summons issued.

1/6: Just the facts. MVA, Forest/Oakwood avenues. Big car, little car.

1/5: Assist Citizen. Young male found walking by town dock, Stuyvesant Avenue, 1:09 a.m. Transported to Grace Church/Cottage streets.

1/5: Stranded travelers at Station Plaza needed ride. No taxis/Uber available. Dropped off at US-1 and The Parkway, 2:05 a.m.

1/5: Snow ordinance violations, Grapal/Grace Church/Chestnut streets, Locust Avenue. Summonses issued.

1/5: Grrrrrrrrrrr. Caller reported dog left out in cold, Bulkley Manor. Summons issued. Party was home entire time the dog was barking. Did not answer door upon RPD arrival. Brought dog in after 20 minutes of barking.

1/4: Noise of barking dog coming from Vale Place residence. City Code violation issued, left in mailbox.

 

Lead:

11/6: The old “Van Winkle” line. Suspicious vehicle, Marshlands, 3:23 a.m. Parties stated they fell asleep after hiking during the day. Advised to find a safe place to sleep.

11/14: It’s baaaack! The Snow (or no snow) Ordinance. Illegally parked vehicles: Milton Road/Hill Street, Halstead Place, Dearborn Avenue, Park Lane, Fairlawn Court, many other locations. Warnings issued.

11/13: BPR resident stated she heard someone outside near dumpster on her property. Officer stopped vehicle in area. Driver checked out. Canvassed area, all appeared quiet/normal.

11/13: Tax bill, probably. Screaming reported in area of Kirby Lane/Van Renssalaer Road. Caller stated woman was screaming near one residence. Checked exterior, no apparent sign of anyone home. Outside all quiet.

11/13: Criminal mischief to vehicle, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Damage to passenger side tail light. Statement taken.

11/13: The Crate Escape. Child with finger caught in crate, Osborn School. Officers able to cut crate so child could remove finger. No visible injuries or complaints of pain. School nurse on scene.

11/13: Caller stated she observed two “shady-looking” males in white van in area of Milton Road/Vale Place. One male knocked on door at unknown address while other went into backyard. Were contractors hired by bank to board-up abandoned hoses.

11/13: Cedar Place caller stated raccoon was screaming in roadway, appeared to be injured. Animal died from motor vehicle injuries.

11/12: Nervy. Large coyote reported walking down street near Highland Road/Mendota Avenue, 1:30 p.m.

11/12: City Code violation. Caller stated construction work was going on opposite Osborn School on Osborn Road on a Sunday. Condition corrected. Warning issued.

11/12: Peace officer. Central Avenue caller stated he wanted to speak to officer regarding neighbor harassing him. Spoke with both parties regarding unwanted noise, mediated meeting in which they voice concerns, apologized to one another.

11/11: Caller reported unsafe icy sidewalk condition, School Street. Confirmed condition. Building owner, DPW were to be notified.

11/11: Eyewitness news. Complainant reported several parties on his property with unknown reason for being there. Possibly Jehovah’s Witnesses. Left area in white Mini Cooper, black 4-door sedan. Area canvassed. GOA.

11/10: How about a bright yellow line there! Vehicle illegally parked in traffic lane, Rye Grill 7 Bar/Station Plaza. Owner relocated her vehicle.

11/8: Caller stated there was a camper van parked on Central Avenue and she was not sure if it was legal. Registered owner had called to ask permission to park overnight.

11/8: Caller reported gray Toyota Tacoma was parked on street for past couple of days with keys in vehicle; construction workers nearby claimed they did not know whose it was. Belonged to worker in area, advised not to leave keys in vehicle. Grace Church Street/Guion Road.

11/8: “Grandma” scam. Walk-in stated she was handed a note from woman in car on Sylvan Place that stated her family was being held hostage. People on phone were also extorting money from her, threatening to shoot her niece and nephews. Cars 10, 11, 15 sent. After money transferred, found that children were safe in their schools.

11/8: Parties reported they had lost their Brazilian passports, needed police report for consulate so that they could return to Brazil.

11/8: Cookie caper. Caller stated two females, one blonde, one brunette, were selling cookies in the village. Walked into Blue Mercury trying to sell. She did not think they had permit to solicit. Searched village. GOA.

11/8: Raccoon reported in Captains Lane home. Animal removed.

11/7: Coyotes observed traveling east across synagogue parking lot towards Forest Avenue, 2:08 a.m.

11/7: Suspicious vehicle, Theall Road. Driver stated he was tired, needed to take quick nap before heading back to New Hampshire.

11/7: TWEET! TWEET! Caller reported noise that sounded like leaf blower. Searched Rye Colony area, only noise was coming from birds.

11/7: Caller stated daughter was riding bike in Hix Park area and was nearly struck by driver who proceeded to yell at her. Spoke with both parties, advised safety especially with children and vehicular traffic in Hix neighborhood.

11/6: Suspicious vehicle. Red sedan stopped in roadway, Halls Lane/Stuyvesant Avenue, 4:56 a.m. Familiar party out collecting cans with his wife. Spoken to about leaving vehicle unattended in roadway.

11/5: Suspicious person. Male youths wearing hoodies in walking around Park Avenue walking around, 1:07 a.m. Male, female local residents of Soundview, walking home from friend’s house by Harrison line. Checked out.

11/4: Badly injured deer on Grace Church Street property. Homeowner advised to call local trapper.

11/4: Brevoort Lane caller stated she heard a noise in the night, noticed broken window in rear of her home in morning. Wanted officer to check it out.

11/4: Claremont Avenue caller stated she heard sister’s car alarm go off, was parked in driveway, 11:28 p.m. When they went out to check, they heard voices coming from bushes. Area canvassed with negative results.

11/3: Young kids reported playing on Webster Bank roof, Purchase Street. Able to make contact with youths and one mother. Youth referral prepared.

11/3: Wise. Give that child a “T-Bone” (chicken cutlet, French fries, hot sauce, ketchup)! Caller reported children on bicycles obstructing traffic near Jerry’s Post Road Market. Upon arrival, group was walking down BPR. Spoke with one party who stated he would find a better place to ride his bike.

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