The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Yutes. January 7. Apawamis Avenue / Forest Avenue. Disorderly Conduct. CALLER STATES THAT THERE ARE A GROUP OF TEENS ON BICYCLES INTERFERING WITH TRAFFIC AND CURSING AT MOTORISTS. AREA CANVASSED, NEGATIVE RESULTS. GOA 10-98.
Make Peace. January 7. Nursery Lane. Neighborhood Trouble. NYSP REPORTS A POSSIBLE DISPUTE AT THE ABOVE LOCATION. NYSP COULD ONLY PROVIDE AN ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER FROM THE CALLER. 10 BACKED. Preempt Resource. Verbal dispute. Settled on scene. Dispute has ended. Information on involved parties collected.
Empowered. January 8. Bradford Avenue / Henry Street. Solicitors. caller states they are scammers posing as con ed contractors. backed 10. authorized con ed contractor.
Needs to be Private. January 8. McCullough Place. City Code Violation – Other. people putting up blue lives flags on McCullough between PD HQ and USPS. advise private property only please. No flags placed. Unfounded. 98.
Your Should Leaf. January 8. Purchase Street / Station Plaza. Assist Citizen. PO Anjo on 1/7/2020 observed a male removing a flag nailed to a tree on MTA property. Yesterday, I observed ______ attempting to remove a flag from the tree on MTA property. I advised him that the tree is owned by MTA, and you need permission to place / or remove signs from their property.
Lost on Way to US Capitol. January 8. Boston Post Road / Parsons Street. Assist Citizen. Caller reported man waving Trump flag in front of middle school. TRUMP FLAG GOA.
Bambi Down. January 8. Glendale Road / North Street. Animal Struck By MV. report of deer struck by a car. car 18 sent.
Turn Down for What. January 9. Florence Avenue. Noise Complaint. Loud music in the vicinity of #__. Spoke with homeowner who agreed to lower music and keep it down. 98
Deconstruct the Issue. January 9. Central Avenue. City Code Violation – CW Construction Work. Caller reports construction starting before 1000 hrs in violation of city code. Contractors on site did not appear to be working. They were advised of the city code.
Better Than a Yellow or Red Zone. January 9. Apawamis Avenue / Midland Avenue. Road-Traffic Light Malfunction. Traffic light on Midland / Apawamis on Yellow / Red Flash cycle. Poses no danger to traffic at this time. DPW responding.
Always That One Guy. January 9. Marriott Courtyard / Midland Avenue. Assist Citizen. Courtyard Marriott staff stated there is man walking in the hallway(s), banging on hotel room doors and refuses to go to his own room. Party in question is Mr. ______. party escorted back to room nothing further.
Sounds like Wile E. Coyote. January 10. Glendale Road. Assist Citizen. Caller reports a deer carcass left by “wild animals”. He describes a gruesome scene. DPW requested to remove carcass. Foreman Weeks on scene.
Lost on Way to US Capitol. January 10. Elm Street / Purchase Street. Noise Complaint. Caller reports a BMW with “F Biden” beeping it horn and playing “Sweet Home Alabama” at the highest level in the car radio. Driving fast for Purchase St. CHECKED THE AREA, NEGATIVE RESULTS.
Always That One Guy You Need to Tell Twice. January 10. Marriott Courtyard / Midland Avenue. Aided Case. Employee of Marriot states a guest there is intoxicated, wandering the halls causing a disturbance. Party in questions is _____. backed 12. report on file. 1 male to greenwich.
Doggone. January 13. Woods Lane. Assist Citizen. complaint of neighbor’s dog getting off leash. SPOKE TO THE COMPLAINANT WHO VERBALLY ADVISED ABOUT AN INCIDENT THAT SHE WANTED TO DOCUMMENT. COMPLAINANT WAS GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO FILL OUT A SWORN STATEMENT FORM. COMPLAINANT TOOK STATEMENT FORMS AND DID NOT RETURN. 10-98. Incident Reactivated.