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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.

9/27: Wheely annoying! Larceny of a bike, Station Plaza, 7:13 p.m.

10/3: Coyote reported running across Playland Parkway near Charlotte Street, southbound.

10/2: Third party complained that moving company was removing items from Milton Road home without authorization. Unfounded. No moving company, residence appeared secure.

10/2: Lucky Lindy. Cars parked on both sides of Lindbergh Avenue blocking access. Vehicles moved.

10/2: One down, 142,999,999 to go. Fairlawn Street party wished to file report due to information breach through Equifax. Civilian statement completed.

10/2: Small blue sedan reported parked illegally causing traffic jam, Sonn Drive. GOA.

10/2: Report of red vehicle with small child inside crying hysterically with no parent around, Billington Court/Midland Avenue. Event not witnessed, however, officer spoke to female in red vehicle with three children, advised her of dangers of leaving small children in car.

10/2: Complainant stated someone was banging on her door and she was not expecting anyone. Requested police check. Appeared Halls Lane neighbor may have dropped off package delivered in error, rang bell.

10/1: Roadway blocked between Central/Locust avenues. Spoke to homeowner, said she would have cars removed. Second warning issued.

10/1: Assisted truck backing out from under Purchase Street bridge.

10/1: Stern warming. Vessel in distress. Responded to report of vessel fire in area of Belle Haven marina. Upon arrival, found 21-foot Regulator attached to mooring. Owner stated there had been electrical fire in stern battery compartment. He was able to extinguish before marine unit arrived. Vessel checked, no other imminent danger.

9/30: One way to get a new cell. Sargeant reported two males took off running from him after breaking into Verizon store, 4:35 a.m., Purdy Avenue/Purchase Street. Back-up units sent.

9/30: Construction prior to 10 a.m. Warning issued.

9/30: Larceny. Vehicles entered into overnight while parked in Oakland Beach Avenue driveway.

9/30: Officer dispatched to assist with civil matter, Highland Hall. All parties agreed to complete process through courts.

9/30: Easy pickings. Larceny from vehicle. Wallet removed from vehicle overnight, Oakland Beach Avenue.

9/30: Early birds. Bradford Avenue party stated two boys, approximately age 13, rang her doorbell, one wearing mask and said “Trick or Treat,” 5:45 p.m. Headed off towards Hunt Place. Searched area, parties GOA.

9/30: Walk-in stated there was an expensive-looking white bag in Chase ATM vestibule. Bag contained food, left there for owner to come pick up. Impossible to determine who owner was.

9/30: Suspicious person. Caller stated male was standing in roadway, North Street/ Theodore Fremd Avenue, waving cell phone/keys at passersby.

9/29: Nutmeg caper. Cedar Street caller stated their residence was burglarized, offender fleeing in his vehicle with CT plates, 6:30 a.m.

9/29: Suspicious person. Two youths wearing black hoodies reported jumping wall by closed bridge, Central/Theodore Fremd avenues.

9/29: Drag racing reported in Playland lot, 2 p.m. County PD doing maneuvers.

9/29: Caller stated possibly intoxicated male on southbound train platform. Black sneakers, black tank top, back pack. Given ride to residence, made it inside safely.

9/29: Summons issued to intoxicated driver, Chestnut Street, 8:46 p.m.

9/29: Neighborhood trouble. Info from Tip Line. Party stated kids threw half-full can at right passenger windshield. Party stated kids walked into white house, blue shutters.

9/29: Suspicious white van reported on Milton Road sidewalk. Caller stated it was parked in front of elderly person’s home, 8 p.m.

9/29: Caller stated man in his 40s in blue T-shirt, khaki shorts in distress, waving arms, pacing back and forth, Milton Harbor House.

9/28: Leaf blowers in use, Robert Crisfield Place. Summons issued.

9/28: Home on the range. Officer requested to gain access to Brevoort Lane home because food left on stove. Resident came home before arrival.

9/28: Suspicious person. Caller stated balding heavyset male chased him on Locust Avenue, 9 p.m.. He believed the individual was wearing gray shirt. Checked area, unfounded.

9/27: Caller requested assistance clearing up private Gramercy Avenue roadway due to concerns about emergency vehicles access.

9/27: Illegal dumping of paint in storm drain reported, near four-way stop, Greenhaven/Rye roads, 12:25 p.m. Unable to see any illegal dumping.

9/27: Suspicious Silver Nissan reported circling Adelaide Street/Forest Avenue area several times. Area canvassed, negative results.

9/26: Suspicious vehicle, Gagliardo Park. Driver fell asleep with her dogs, advised to turn off vehicle, return home.

9/26: City Code violation. Report of solicitor, wearing black suit, without permit. Grace Church Street. Party stated he would apply through City Hall.

9/25: Vehicle reported stopped in intersection, Locust Avenue/Purchase Street. Caller stated they heard arguing, doors slamming. Upon arrival found empty vehicles with driver door open. Found parties walking separately. Sent driver away in vehicle, called taxi for other party.

9/25: Tumi or not Tumi. Forest Avenue resident reported unknown person put empty suitcase in her garbage at the curb. Checked suitcase, no need for further action.

9/25: City Code violation, leaf blowers, Forest Avenue.

9/25: Allendale Drive complainant stated there were two illegally parked vehicles in front of his property for weeks. Vehicles were legally parked. Callers spoken to.

9/25: Rabbit stuck in soccer net, Dearborn Avenue. Freed b y RPD.

9/24: Several youths reported jumping around on roofs of Purchase Street building.

Spoke with caller who stated youths left area in unknown vehicles.

10/31: Suspicious vehicle, Brown Avenue/Centre Street. White van observed driving slowly around neighborhood. Made contact with operator who stated he was delivering phonebooks. Material in van, paperwork checked.

10/30: Black sedan with hazard lights on, Playland Parkway access ramp by US-1. Caller stated driver appeared to be asleep behind the wheel. Spoke to party. Taxi driver, was tired, decided to pull over to sleep.

10/30: Abandoned kittens reported in dumpster, Con Ed Maintenance yard. Too dangerous to crawl around dumpster. Spoke to multiple employees who stated they had seen kittens walking around driveway recently. Said they would make platform for kittens to crawl out and contact trapper to attempt to retrieve them.

10/30: Loose dog dragging long leash reported, Forest Avenue.

10/30: Smoking pole reported in area of Rye Arts Center. RFD on scene, traffic diverted.

10/30: Possibly rabid or injured raccoon last seen entering sewer, Beck/Forest avenues.

10/30: Fire hose. Vessel in Marina slip #241 sank, was leaking fuel, oil. RFD on scene, used absorbent hazmat socks for containment.

10/29: Hard to find, at knight. Officer assisted driver in finding Whitby Castle.

10/29: Caller reported her vehicle was vandalized while it was parked in Car Park #4, 1:22 a.m.

10/29: Halsted Avenue caller stated she was victim of phone scam.

10/29: Advised by boat owner of vessel taking on water, Slip #31, Marina. Boat Basin supervisor notified.

10/29: Blown transformers, Apawamis Avenue/Milton Road, Glen Oaks Drive/LaSalle Avenue, 6:54 p.m., and Dearborn Avenue, 11 p.m. No signs of fire.

10/29: Aft-er the deluge. Marine unit inspected docks due to heavy rain. Observed vessel broken free from stern. Supervisor notified.

10/28: Henry Street caller reported VW Tiguan blocking his driveway. Condition corrected.

10/28: Underage drinking party reported, Clinton Avenue. Cars, 10, 18, and 33 sent. Party dispersed prior to arrival by homeowner. Daughter had group over while parents were at dinner.

10/27: Johnson Place caller reported seeing coyote in her backyard, 9:18 a.m.

10/27: Removed buoys by Fairchild Rock, Milton Harbor House, prepared for winter storage.

10/26: Time for a leaf-mulching ordinance? Locust Avenue caller reported multiple leaf blowers in use. Observed one landscaper working multiple properties, in compliance with city Code.

10/26: Sedan-tary. Caller reported two individuals, possibly living in white sedan, parked out-side of his building, throwing garbage out vehicle window, North Street/Nursery Lane. Individuals checked out, advised to head home.

10/26: Theodore Fremd Avenue caller reported multiple leaf blowers. Warning issued. Landscaper advised of Code.

10/26: Multiple leaf blowers, Brevoort Lane. Summons issued.

10/26: Walk-in party reported fraudulent loan taken out in his name.

10/26: Erratic driver, on wrong side of roadway, pulled into Hewlett Street address, possibly struck house with his car. Canvassed area, negative results.

10/25: Light colored VW reported blocking entrance to Gagliardo Park. Summons issued.

10/24: Milton Harbor, area checked at 9:55 a.m. Heavy winds, waves in harbor. Mooring field checked. All appeared secure.

10/24: Muffled response. Vehicle with loud exhaust reported in Chester Drive area for over two hours. Driver stated he had just left girlfriend’s house, did not want to disclose location.

10/23: Complainant stated fraudulent check was signed, cashed from his bank account.

10/23: Party reported criminal mischief to her car, Purchase Street. Sworn statement taken.

10/22: Loud party reported, Rye Road, 12:47 a.m. Party was taken inside.

10/22: Coyote reported running across Playland Parkway at Charlotte Street, 6:25 a.m.

10/21: Caller stated man was flying drone in Theodore Fremd parking lot, was unsure if that was allowed. Both parties at scene using drone for real estate purposes.

10/18: Illegally parked vehicle, Central/Summit avenues. Expired inspection. Summons issued.

10/18: Tree-trimming truck blocking sidewalk/crosswalk, BPR/Osborn Road, creating hazards to children crossing road. Truck moved, work stopped until dismissal complete.

10/18: Hawk, eyed. Injured hawk reported in roadway, Theodore Fremd.

10/17: Vehicle driver’s side door left wide open. Maple Avenue. Checked vehicle interior, all appeared in order.

10/17: Orange detour sign damaged, Maple/Locust avenues. Bent, blocking traffic. Taped off. DPW notified.

10/17: Caller reported dog following her down Hall’s Lane. Chihuahua located, identified by neighbor, place in its home, note left for owner who was not at home.

10/17: Four to five females reported sitting at picnic table smoking marijuana, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Stated they were employees at location, denied drug use.

10/17: Walk-in wished to file complaint of two suspicious parties following her in vehicle.

9/14: Red flag! Caller reported unleashed brown Lab walked onto Nursery Field during soccer game, relieved itself. Dog was still in area. Car 15 sent to identify owner, have mess removed.

9/18: Ready for their close-up. Garden Drive resident stated she went to her kitchen around 4 a.m., and upon turning on the light believed she scared off two men who were near her unlocked vehicle in her driveway. Males wearing black hoodies ran out of her driveway. Canvassed area with negative results. Homeowner had recently installed cameras on property, she would advise RPD in the a.m.

9/18: Playland Market owner stated he was startled as he opened the shop by male in red jacket who was suspiciously hanging around premises, 5:19 a.m. GOA.

9/18: Lock and unload. Larceny from vehicle. Fairlawn Street resident reported unlocked vehicle was gone through overnight while parked in driveway. No items appeared to have been stolen.

9/18: Vehicle’s glove compartment/center console reported rummaged overnight, Oakwood Avenue. Was parked at end of driveway, left unlocked. No items stolen or damaged.

9/18: Loose change taken from unlocked vehicle in driveway sometime overnight, approximately one or two dollars.

9/17: Officer reported suspicious vehicle at Exxon station, North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Driver notified of bench warrant, advised to turn himself in to central booking after he returned to Bronx.

9/17: Complainant stated ex-boyfriend was contacting her, wanted it to stop, believes he installed spyware on her phone, computer. Wishes assistance in finding, removing same.

9/17: Caller reported deer trapped in fence, John Jay Place. Fence was cut by neighborhood homeowners, deer ran off into woods.

9/16: Foul territory. Caller stated group of young boys on bicycles harassing girls’ softball team near Milton School.

9/16: Caller stated youths kicked out of Rye Rec skate park swearing, being disruptive to other parties in basketball area. Spoke with complainant. Youths advised to move along.

9/15: Illegally parked vehicles, Purchase Street. Summonses issued.

9/15: Accident behind Chase bank. Exchange of information.

9/15: Spoke to party at RowAmerica Rye regarding loud morning class, disturbing to Milton Road resident. He agreed to speak with staff regarding morning noise.

9/14: Disabled vehicle. Deer struck, caused damage to driver’s side mirror, doors.

Driver to fix.

9/14: Rye Manor caller reported attempted scam via computer. Officer dispatched to make sure party had not lost money and contacted his bank. Money not taken out.

9/13: Illegally parked vehicle, Drake Smith Lane. Towed.

9/12: Caller reported homeless person, possible drug user, on back stairwell of Purchase Street building.

9/12: Parties sleeping in their vehicle, Theall Road, 1:19 a.m. Told they needed to leave location.

9/12: Property check, unoccupied vehicle, Rye Town Park, 1:47 a.m. Parties approached, said they were just out for walk. Local residents, advised to avoid being in park after dark.

9/12: Connecticut state troopers looking for vehicle involved in hit-and-run in their jurisdiction. Check identified vehicle at Forest Avenue location.

9/12: Franklin Avenue wanted to report someone may have attempted to poison her dogs. Stated she would buy home camera system to prove who was coming into her yard.

9/11: Officer reported suspicious vehicle in lot next to gas station, North Street/Theodore Fremd Avenue. Late-night worker called in for networking issue.

9/11: Summons issued, expired registration, Midland Avenue/Sylvan Place.

9/11: Check is in the …Central Avenue resident stated postman jumped over her fence, damaging it.

9/11: How gauche! Vehicle observed with left wheels to curb, Midland Avenue/Playland Parkway. Ordered to correct. Warning issued.

10/13: Can-do attitude. State Police requested response to garbage can reported on I-95 South. Can was off shoulder next to barrier in passing lane. Did not pose any immediate danger, but unable to remove due to heavy traffic.

10/16: Broken glass, Cottage Street, in area of glass store. DPW to be informed in morning.

10/15: Tow for the Road. Disabled box truck, Locust Avenue/Purchase Street. Towed.

10/15: Welcome mat. Suspicious person. Balding Asian male in his 40s reported taking pictures of houses in BPR/Bradford Avenue. Spoke with party through daughter who translated. Party is new to area, just wanted to see the neighborhood.

10/15: Suspicious person. Caller was concerned about a man was watching children from gray Mini Cooper parked in roadway, First Street/Purdy Avenue. Resident in vehicle was having conversation with other parents.

10/15: Vessel stopped for speeding in Port Chester Harbor. Summons issued.

10/15: Illegally parked vehicle, Allendale Drive/Oakland Beach Avenue. Summons issued, towed.

10/15: Got fish? Checked five parties fishing, Edith Read Waterways. One warning for no fishing registration.

10/15: Pane-ful. Headlights reported shining across parkway into window on Charlotte Street. Car 10 responded. Con Edison work van, advised to lower lights.

10/15: Walk-in reported that his Rye Manor neighbor punched him in the face three days earlier. Wanted to document same.

10/15: Peck Avenue caller stated her neighbor just shoved her. Ongoing issue.

10/15: Loud music, Ellen Court, 10:40 p.m. Condition corrected.

10/14: On your mark…Construction, 9:56 a.m., Apawamis/Forest avenues. Spoke with employee on scene, instructed him to wait until 10 a.m.

10/14: Caller reported disoriented older male with long hair riding bike on I-95 South ramp.

10/14: Marriott staff reported two males, early 20s acting suspicious in hotel parking lot. Stated they attempted to enter hotel through side door. Did not believe they were guests.

10/14: Park Avenue resident stated loud music was disturbing his sleep, 11:10 p.m. Searched area, party taken inside for the night.

10/13: City Code violation. Dumpster blocking roadway, Sonn Drive. Summons issued.

10/13: Performed check on one person fishing from kayak, Scotch Caps. No violation.

10/13: Dumpster fire next to 178 Theodore Fremd Avenue. RFD, backup units on scene.

10/13: Port Chester PD reported suspicious vehicle, Cottage Street/Midland Avenue. Canvassed area, negative results.

10/13: School bus reported driving erratically, BPR/Old Post Road. Area canvassed, negative results.

10/13: That Hertz. Assisted citizen, Midland Avenue. Damage to rear of party’s rental car.

10/13: Male kids wearing blue shirts stole two 6-packs of Coors Light from CVS.

10/13: Suspicious vehicle in Marshlands. Towed, 8:05 p.m.

10/12: Officer checked on two suspicious parties in the rear of Playland parking lot, 1:13 a.m. Parties checked out, advised that park was closed. On their way.

10/12: Coyote walking through yard, 7:41 a.m., Forest Avenue.

10/11: Coyote sighting, Stuyvesant/Van Wagenen avenues, 9:21 a.m.

10/11: Walk-in reported suspicious bag tied to railings close to train tracks, NYC-bound side, between ticket, soda machines. Just a damaged umbrella.

10/11: Packard Court reported deer had been laying in her backyard all day. Deer was sleeping. Sent on its way.

10/11: Larceny from vehicle. Complainant stated his Station Plaza parking permit was stolen from his vehicle.

10/10: Vehicle reported bumping into pedestrians in Playland Market lot. No reported injuries. Unit sent to investigate.

10/10: Caller reported rock chipping, 8:53 a.m. Con Edison jack-hammering, opening up road to replace broken pipe on their Theodore Fremd property.

10/10: Complainant stated unleashed dogs were chasing him and he has difficulty walking, Rye Town Park. Spoke with party who did not want to file a statement. Dog owners left RTP prior to officer’s arrival.

10/10: Injured animal reported, Locust Avenue. Dog was okay, returned to owner.

10/10: Illegally parked vehicle, Oakwood Avenue. Caller reported Subaru wagon making it difficult to pass on road. Owner on scene, moving vehicle.

10/10: No harm, no foul. Party stated vehicle is parked on his lawn, damaged same. Complainant advised vehicle in question parked on City property. No violations.

10/10: Tricky seat-uation. Party reported that woman berated him on 6th of October over a seat at train station. He encountered her again on the 9th. She was acting irrational. Complainant wanted to document incident, because he was unsure what female would do or say. They both take train from Rye.

10/10: Male with no shirt, wearing shorts, acting strange on sidewalk, Hix/Oakland Beach avenues. Party located, identified.

10/9: Red Honda at Midland/Peck avenues intersection, party asleep at wheel. Driver stated he was too tired to drive.

10/9: Suspicious persons. Group of young females reported walking north past Playland Market. Caller reported they appeared to be too young to be out at 4 a.m. Parties checked out. Walking home two blocks from area of contact.

10/9: Caller stated he had just witnessed someone taking property out of clothing donation bin, Nursery Field.

10/9: Vehicle was blocking fire hydrant, Elm Place/Purchase Street. Summons issued.

10/9: Assisted Port Chester PD with party in Grace Church Street window with rifle. Transported one male to PCPD at request of sergeant on scene.

10/8: Received report from AYC that vessel had broken free and was on rocks. Located 37-foot sailboat on Spike Island.

10/8: Boat that had too many people in it reported off Milton Point, causing dangerous condition. Voyage terminated.

8/30: Cha-ching. Sixteen Rules of the Road summonses/warnings issued, 6:30 –10:30 p.m. Everywhere

9/1: TD or not TD. Caller stated there was machine-like high-pitched noise in downtown Purchase Street area. Noise appeared to be coming from TD Bank roof, possible HVAC system failing.

9/1: Walk-in stated he saw bag of golf clubs in front of Mobil station, Theodore Fremd Avenue. Property retrieved.

9/1: Neighborhoody trouble. Complainant stated she saw three male youths in hoodies walking around the area of Forest Avenue/Martin Butler Court. Thought it was suspicious.

8/31: Suspicious vehicle reported in front of 184 Purchase Street. Listed owner stated he was waiting to pick up a friend.

8/31: Screen pass. Neighbor stated Orchard Drive resident was shouting loudly, creating excessive noise. Made contact, party yelling from within residence. Entrance made through front door by ripping screen. Party alert and oriented, denied needing help, requested officers leave. Was concerned about screen damage and how to get reimbursed.

8/31: Strong odor of gas reported in Halstead Place/Oakland Beach Avenue. Con Ed responding.

8/31: Warriston Lane resident found two inflatable tubes on his property. Recovered and stored at HQ.

8/31: Milton Road resident stated his vehicle was vandalized. Sworn statement taken.

8/30: Open-and-shut case. County Coach bus door found open, Goldwyn Street, 2 a.m. Bus checked for occupants with negative results, another bus had keys left in door. Officer left card with incident information, placed keys in building.

8/30: Amazon Crime? Forest Avenue caller stated party placed $8,000 of purchases on her credit card. She cancelled items, but they were delivered to her residence. Unsure if someone was coming to pick them up. Canvassed area, negative results.

8/29: Lost, homeless female observed sitting on curb, Stuyvesant Avenue/Halls Lane, 3 a.m. Stated she was looking for a place to go. Courtesy transport to train station provided.

8/29: Debris found in roadway, Purchase Street/Station Plaza, 5 a.m. Looked to be parts of truck that failed to squeeze under bridge. DPW arrived on scene, cleaned area.

8/29: A rest report. Caller reported driver slumped over wheel of minivan, Playland Access Drive/Theall Road. Party checked out, was resting.

8/28: Caller stated unknown party parked flatbed truck in front of her Horton Street house in violation of beach ordinance. No vehicle owner on scene. Summons issued.

8/28: Parking row. Report of several illegally parked cars near Marina, Milton Road. Spoke with complainant who stated she spoke with RowAmerica Rye owner in attempt to solve a continuing parking problem.

8/28: Despoiler alert. Brevoort Lane caller stated neighbor on several occasions let her two dogs onto his property to relieve themselves without cleanup. Spoke to owner. Situation resolved for now.

8/28: Tips line report of suspicious persons. Kids got out of Honda CR-V at back entrance to baseball field, Johnson Place, Greenhaven. GOA.

8/27: Group of youths reported in BPR/Central Avenue area walking, talking loudly, breaking glass. Advised three youths to keep it low as they walk home.

8/27: Coyote reported running across North Street property towards Greenwood Union Cemetery, 6:35 a.m.

8/27: Catch of the day. Checked two persons fishing, 8:45 a.m., Rye Town Dock. Warnings issued for no fishing registration.

8/26: Anonymous caller reported party with live band in Forest/Rye Beach Avenue area, 1 a.m. Spoke to homeowner, music stopped.

8/26: Third party reported alleged male/female harassment aboard 30-foot white cabin cruiser in Milton Harbor. Fled in direction of Mamaroneck. Coast Guard, Marine Units, MPD responded.

8/26: Male in early teens reported wandering near Rye Town Park restaurant. Wearing blue jeans, red shirt. Appeared disoriented.

8/25: Greenhaven resident stated she received bank letter stating her account may have been compromised.

8/25: Intoxicated male reported in CVS. Caller stated white male suspect put his hands on employee and that subject was leaving store, wearing black polo shirt and hat. Left scene on bicycle. Suspect notified that CVS management did not want him back on premise.

8/25: Assisted 26-foot motorboat run aground at Fairchild Rock, partially obstructing channel navigation. Engine lights and engine disabled. Towed to dock without incident.

8/24: Construction vehicles reported creating hazardous road condition, Hix/Oakland Beach avenues. Flag men not enough help.

8/24: Off the hook. Foot-long section of telephone pole removed, placed in City Dumpster, Marina. Attempts to have DPW remove object unsuccessful. DPW stated it was Con Ed responsibility.

8/24: Caller stated women in gray Chevy SUV hit his white Mercedes Benz on Purchase Street and refused to get out of her car to look at damage. Requested assistance. Information exchanged.

8/24: Larceny. Bike reported stolen, Station Plaza.

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