The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Enterprising Sleep. June 3. Boston Post Road. Parties asleep in vehicle – enterprise rental. Traveling from PA to MA pulled off highway as driver became tired. Rental agreement and license check – parties went on their way.
Misplaced Car. June 3. Locust Avenue & Theodore Fremd. Party requestiong officers assist with locating his vehicle. Car 10 located vehicle behind City Hall. Gentleman was transported to his vehicle. No further incident.
That Blows. June 3. Brevoort Lane. Leafblower violation. John Parisi Landscaping. Warning Issued.
Electric! June 3. Meadow Place. Utility wires down. RFD & PD dispatched.
Feeling Gassy. June 4. Martin Butler Court. Pro. Sec Group reports numerous gas detectors activated at the residence. FD on scene – entry was made into home by FD – premise checked for any person that maybe in residence.
Stop Grapal-ing. June 4. Grapal Street. Assisted building department with issuing stop work order.
Not a Parade and You are Not on Safari. June 4. Apawamis Avenue & Midland Avenue. Two young children observed standing outside of sunroof while vehicle in motion. Both parents in vehicle, counseled regarding child safety restraint laws.
Cut Only, No Blow. June 5. Midland Avenue. Leaf blower complaint. Only lawnmower in use.
Needs Social Distance. June 5. Pondview Road. Caller states her son and husband are having an argument. Caller states her son tried to throw her husband down the stairs. Cars 18 & 11 dispatched.
Washed Up. June 6. Hen Island. Mamoroneck village requests marine unit assistance with 4 kayakers having trouble near hen island. Mamaroneck Village Marine unit and County aviation responding as Mamaroneck PD. Kayakers assisted and in care of Mamaroneck.
Out of Tune. June 6. Forest Avenue. Caller complaining of large karaoke party. SITUATION CORRECTED.
Rocky Situation. June 6. Milton Harbor. While on patrol, observed vessel bearing NY registration steering outside of channel at low tide and heading toward underwater rocks. Used hailer to redirect vessel to safe water. Vessel continue to Boat Basin without further incident.
Timber! June 7. Grace Church Street & Guelisten Place. Caller reports tree company working prior to 10 am. car 10 sent. ADVISED OF THE CITY CODE VIOLATION.
Sinking Feeling. June 7. Milton Harbor. Operator states he is having an issue with his outdrive. Unable to correct the problem, Escorted the vessel back to its slip. The operator was unable to get into his own slip, temporarily tied in slip 321.
Bad Bar. June 7. MM Buoy. Sailboat hit a sandbar. 7 onboard. All are in good health. Sea Tow on scene transporting the boat back to Mamaroneck. PB2 will be transporting the boaters back to land.
Bad Gas. June 8. Hix Avenue. Caller reports an odor of gas in his home. FD dispatched via 60 Control. fd con ed on scene.
Just Plain (fill-in). June 9. Oakland Beach Avenue. Caller reports kids jumping off the oakland beach ave bridge into the water. Car 11 and 10 sent. Spoke with youths about the unseen trees and other hazards that could hurt them.
Hard of Hearing. June 9. Rye Town Park. RYE TOWN PARK SECURITY REPORTS THAT A LARGE GROUP OF TEENAGERS ARE NOT SOCIAL DISTANCING AND ALSO NOT LISTENING TO THEIR REQUESTS. Backed Car 16. group was asked to leave the park.