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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: Honey, I Burnt Dinner; Sunday on the Mud Flats; Doggone;...

Police Blotter: Honey, I Burnt Dinner; Sunday on the Mud Flats; Doggone; Electrical Limbo; Ricky’s Last Day & So Much More

The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.

If you appreciate the hard work of our local police men and women, please consider supporting our RyeFIRST campaign to honor our first responders and help address food insecurity in Westchester County.

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Flat & Abandoned. August 27. Boston Post Road / Soundview Avenue. flat tires in the middle of the road unoccupied. RJB on scene to tow. Summons issued.

Bad Boat. August 27. Milton Harbor. Navigation Accident. REC BOATING ACC REPORT COMPLETED. SWORN STATMENT TAKEN.

Nanny Needs Cam. August 27. Purdy Avenue / Second Street. PEO #29 reports a lady asking for help. Son with anger issues throwing items and kicking the nanny. Spoke with the sons mother who states that her son suffers with anger issues and will usually calm down after a while. No medical attention requested.

4 Guys, a Pool & Pandemic. August 29. Brevoort Lane / Shore Road. Loud Party. Dr. Spoke with homeowner’s son. 4 guys hanging out by the pool. Advised to keep their voices down.

Party Over. August 29. Loewen Court. Loud party. spoke with homeowners, party will be quiet.

I Swear, Over. August 29, an hour later at 1:28am. Loewen Court. Loud Party. 2nd call on Loud party. PARTY BEING TAKEN INSIDE FOR THE NIGHT.

Repo Man. August 29. Highland Hall Apartments, Purchase Street. Repossession Of Vehicles. New York Collateral Recovery Corp. notified of a repossession. 2018 Subaru Forester. Owner of vehicle complied with repossession and turned over keys.

Animals Attack! August 29. Playland Park. Caller reports over 911 that he was bit by a snake or bee and should to be in distress. EMS dispached and WCDPS notified and responding. He stated he as back by Edith Read Sanctuary Scene turned over to WCPD.

Honey, I Burnt Dinner. August 29. Eve Lane. Alarm-Burglary. control sending FD to location, also panic alarm at loaction. po belloise dispatched. SPOKE TO HOMEOWNER, IDENTIFIED AS ___, WHO STATED THAT THE FIRE ALARM WAS TRIGGERED BY COOKING AND THE PANIC ALARM WAS SET OFF IN ERROR WHEN THE HOMEOWNER ATTEMPTED TO CANCEL THE ALARM.

Over. August 30. Dogwood Lane. Loud Party. REPORT OF LOUD PARTY IN ABOVE AREA. Homeowners were advised to bring the party inside.

Smok’in Good Time, No Troubles. August 30. Milton Harbor / Hen Island. Vessel In Distress. Received a report via VHF radio channel 16 of possible vessel on fire near North Hen Island. Upon arrival in area found that a vessel had a portable generator that was emitting grey exhaust smoke. Confirmed with vessel operator that he was not in distress. No other vessels in the area appeared to be in distress.

Rye PD Police Boat PB1

(File Photo: Rye’s PB1)

Sunday on the Mud Flats. August 30. Milton Harbor. Vessel In Distress. While on routine patrol, came upon vessel bearing NY registration ______ aground in mud flats near Harbor House dock. PB1 was able to secure a tow line to the vessel and pull it to deeper water without incident. Vessel returned to Rye City Marina under its own power.

Sunday on the Mud Flats, Part II. August 30. Milton Harbor. Vessel In Distress. While on routine patrol at approximately 1446 hrs, observed vessel bearing NY registration ______ aground on mud flats in the vicinity of Harbor House docks. PB1 was unable to pull the vessel free. Sea Tow notified via VHF channel 8. Vessel owner’s wife and children removed by PB1 and returned to City Marina docks without incident. Vessel later re-floated by Sea Tow and it returned to City Marina under its own power.

Doggone. August 31. Marriott Courtyard, Midland Avenue. Suspicious Vehicle. Marriott reports white van in back lot possibly selling dogs. Request to leave. TWD animal rescue, checked paperwork. they were looking for a central location to help animal rescue.

Mr. Gorbachev. August 31. Brevoort Lane. Assist Citizen. Homeowner reports that his neighbor removed his fence without his permission. spoke to both owners, advised it was a civil matter. statement forms were handed with CAD number in case they wanted to document.

Sub-Prime. August 31. Sonn Drive. CFS.23 Larceny. Caller over 911 reports a m/b 6′ to 6 1″ taken a FedEx package from his front door. NJ XEXW37 Black Jeep was used in the crime. Suspect had black bandana and dark cloths.

Electrical Limbo. August 31. Apawamis Avenue. Party reports low hanging wire. He called Con Ed. tree branch was struck by 18 wheeler, branch hanging from tree onto city street. portion of sidewalk taped off. dpw notified and responding.

Sharp Call. September 1. Theodore Fremd. Assist Citizen. Caller reporting finding a syringe. PO Salguero Disp. sharp disposed of at hq. nothing further.

Ricky’s Last Day. September 2. Oakland Beach Avenue. Animal Complaints-Other. Caller states an injured raccoon was sitting in the road. Injured raccoon suffering ended by PO Plimpton – Report to follow. (enjoy the cultural reference.)

Underwear in Traffic. September 2. Boston Post Road / Hillside Road. PCPD STATES SUSPICIOUS PARTY W/M ON RAMP WITH LIMITED CLOTHING UNDERWEAR ON I-287 EXIT 11 RAMP. PO BELLOISE & PO CALCAGNI DISP. PARTY VERBALLY IDENTIFIED AS ______. DID NOT APPEAR TO HAVE ALTERED MENTAL STATUS AND WAS ADEQUATELY CLOTHED. _____ DID NOT COMPLAIN OF ANY INJURIES AND REFUSED MEDICAL ATTENTION. ______ WAS ADVISED NOT TO WALK ON THE HIGHWAY OR OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC.

Thru September 3, 2020

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The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.

If you appreciate the hard work of our local police men and women, please consider supporting our RyeFIRST campaign to honor our first responders and help address food insecurity in Westchester County.

Rye PD logo

Flat & Abandoned. August 27. Boston Post Road / Soundview Avenue. flat tires in the middle of the road unoccupied. RJB on scene to tow. Summons issued.

Bad Boat. August 27. Milton Harbor. Navigation Accident. REC BOATING ACC REPORT COMPLETED. SWORN STATMENT TAKEN.

Nanny Needs Cam. August 27. Purdy Avenue / Second Street. PEO #29 reports a lady asking for help. Son with anger issues throwing items and kicking the nanny. Spoke with the sons mother who states that her son suffers with anger issues and will usually calm down after a while. No medical attention requested.

4 Guys, a Pool & Pandemic. August 29. Brevoort Lane / Shore Road. Loud Party. Dr. Spoke with homeowner’s son. 4 guys hanging out by the pool. Advised to keep their voices down.

Party Over. August 29. Loewen Court. Loud party. spoke with homeowners, party will be quiet.

I Swear, Over. August 29, an hour later at 1:28am. Loewen Court. Loud Party. 2nd call on Loud party. PARTY BEING TAKEN INSIDE FOR THE NIGHT.

Repo Man. August 29. Highland Hall Apartments, Purchase Street. Repossession Of Vehicles. New York Collateral Recovery Corp. notified of a repossession. 2018 Subaru Forester. Owner of vehicle complied with repossession and turned over keys.

Animals Attack! August 29. Playland Park. Caller reports over 911 that he was bit by a snake or bee and should to be in distress. EMS dispached and WCDPS notified and responding. He stated he as back by Edith Read Sanctuary Scene turned over to WCPD.

Honey, I Burnt Dinner. August 29. Eve Lane. Alarm-Burglary. control sending FD to location, also panic alarm at loaction. po belloise dispatched. SPOKE TO HOMEOWNER, IDENTIFIED AS ___, WHO STATED THAT THE FIRE ALARM WAS TRIGGERED BY COOKING AND THE PANIC ALARM WAS SET OFF IN ERROR WHEN THE HOMEOWNER ATTEMPTED TO CANCEL THE ALARM.

Over. August 30. Dogwood Lane. Loud Party. REPORT OF LOUD PARTY IN ABOVE AREA. Homeowners were advised to bring the party inside.

Smok’in Good Time, No Troubles. August 30. Milton Harbor / Hen Island. Vessel In Distress. Received a report via VHF radio channel 16 of possible vessel on fire near North Hen Island. Upon arrival in area found that a vessel had a portable generator that was emitting grey exhaust smoke. Confirmed with vessel operator that he was not in distress. No other vessels in the area appeared to be in distress.

Rye PD Police Boat PB1

(File Photo: Rye’s PB1)

Sunday on the Mud Flats. August 30. Milton Harbor. Vessel In Distress. While on routine patrol, came upon vessel bearing NY registration ______ aground in mud flats near Harbor House dock. PB1 was able to secure a tow line to the vessel and pull it to deeper water without incident. Vessel returned to Rye City Marina under its own power.

Sunday on the Mud Flats, Part II. August 30. Milton Harbor. Vessel In Distress. While on routine patrol at approximately 1446 hrs, observed vessel bearing NY registration ______ aground on mud flats in the vicinity of Harbor House docks. PB1 was unable to pull the vessel free. Sea Tow notified via VHF channel 8. Vessel owner’s wife and children removed by PB1 and returned to City Marina docks without incident. Vessel later re-floated by Sea Tow and it returned to City Marina under its own power.

Doggone. August 31. Marriott Courtyard, Midland Avenue. Suspicious Vehicle. Marriott reports white van in back lot possibly selling dogs. Request to leave. TWD animal rescue, checked paperwork. they were looking for a central location to help animal rescue.

Mr. Gorbachev. August 31. Brevoort Lane. Assist Citizen. Homeowner reports that his neighbor removed his fence without his permission. spoke to both owners, advised it was a civil matter. statement forms were handed with CAD number in case they wanted to document.

Sub-Prime. August 31. Sonn Drive. CFS.23 Larceny. Caller over 911 reports a m/b 6′ to 6 1″ taken a FedEx package from his front door. NJ XEXW37 Black Jeep was used in the crime. Suspect had black bandana and dark cloths.

Electrical Limbo. August 31. Apawamis Avenue. Party reports low hanging wire. He called Con Ed. tree branch was struck by 18 wheeler, branch hanging from tree onto city street. portion of sidewalk taped off. dpw notified and responding.

Sharp Call. September 1. Theodore Fremd. Assist Citizen. Caller reporting finding a syringe. PO Salguero Disp. sharp disposed of at hq. nothing further.

Ricky’s Last Day. September 2. Oakland Beach Avenue. Animal Complaints-Other. Caller states an injured raccoon was sitting in the road. Injured raccoon suffering ended by PO Plimpton – Report to follow. (enjoy the cultural reference.)

Underwear in Traffic. September 2. Boston Post Road / Hillside Road. PCPD STATES SUSPICIOUS PARTY W/M ON RAMP WITH LIMITED CLOTHING UNDERWEAR ON I-287 EXIT 11 RAMP. PO BELLOISE & PO CALCAGNI DISP. PARTY VERBALLY IDENTIFIED AS ______. DID NOT APPEAR TO HAVE ALTERED MENTAL STATUS AND WAS ADEQUATELY CLOTHED. _____ DID NOT COMPLAIN OF ANY INJURIES AND REFUSED MEDICAL ATTENTION. ______ WAS ADVISED NOT TO WALK ON THE HIGHWAY OR OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC.

Thru September 3, 2020