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Police Blotter: Our Suez Canal; It Was The Pepsi Guy & 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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Self Check Out. March 10. CVS. 1121 Boston Post Road. Larceny. CVS employee states a larceny occurred at the store at approx. 1230 hours on today’s date. Car # 12 disp.

A Trail of Tagalongs or Thin Mints? March 18. Forest Avenue. Suspicious Person. Caller reports that someone just rang her doorbell. Back up unit. Canvas area negative results. Area clear on canvass. Spoke with homeowner.

Our Suez Canal. March 18. Vale Place. Road-Blocked. call from truck driver, car blocking road cannot get through. truck assisted 98.

Recycling Banana Peels. March 19. Oakland Beach Avenue. Aided Case. EMPLOYEE DPW SLIP & FALL RECYCLE AREA. EMS & CAR 11 DISP. DET’S ON SCENE WITH CAMERA. NOT A DPW EMPLOYEE.

It Was The Pepsi Guy. March 20. Overlook Place / Rye Beach Avenue. Utility-Wire Down. Caller reports Coca-Cola truck struck wires. Car 18 dispatched. Spoke with the driver who was on scene upon our arrival. Driver as well as neighbors in the area stated that the wire was low hanging prior to the truck driving through it. Verizon worker in the area stated that Optimum owns the wire. DPW notified to remove the wire entirely.

Yutes. Not Playing. March 20. Playland / Thomas Keane Plaza. Assist Other Police Department. CALLER STATES THAT THEIR IS A GROUP OF KIDS ON SKATEBOARDS NEAR THE LAKE IN PLAYLAND PARK CURSING AT PASSERBYS AND CLIMBING ON A BOAT HOUSE. WCPD ADVISED AND ENROUTE. youths spoken to and leaving the area walking skateboards out 98

Coned Again. March 20. Boston Post Road / Milton Road. Road-All Other Police Booth. SGT KENNY REPORTS THAT HE CONTACTED DPW FOREMAN CHIP RIGANO IN REGARDS TO POTHOLES AT THE LOCATION. DPW ADVISED THAT IT IS A CONED WORK AREA.

Not Constructive. March 21. Hughes Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. caller states kids are going into a house under construction. Spoke to a parent. The kids left the property and will not go back.

Driver Gallops From Scene. March 21. Manursing Island. Animal Struck By MV. caller stated she hit a deer with her vehicle and had to leave. unfounded.

Taking a Bathroom Break? March 21. York Avenue. Noise Complaint. caller states dogs have been barking for hours. NO BARKING OBSERVED AT THE LOCATION OVER A 10 MINUTE PERIOD. 10-98.

Curtilage Behavior. March 23. Kirby Lane. Civil Matter. property manager from __ Kirby states construction crew from the next door is parking on his lot. Issue between two neighbors in regards to street parking on Kirby LN. Property owner of #__ placed stones in the ‘curtilage’ area between the street and his fence. Complained of vehicles parking in that area and moving his stones. Property owner was advised that curtilage area needs to remain clear for parking and road access. Asked construction crew and property owner to call if further issues arise in the future. Incident changed to civil matter.

Next Time Trim Their Profits. March 23. Ellen Court / Oakland Beach Avenue. City Code Violation – Leaf. Multi leaf blowers. LANDSCAPERS ADVISED.

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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

Self Check Out. March 10. CVS. 1121 Boston Post Road. Larceny. CVS employee states a larceny occurred at the store at approx. 1230 hours on today’s date. Car # 12 disp.

A Trail of Tagalongs or Thin Mints? March 18. Forest Avenue. Suspicious Person. Caller reports that someone just rang her doorbell. Back up unit. Canvas area negative results. Area clear on canvass. Spoke with homeowner.

Our Suez Canal. March 18. Vale Place. Road-Blocked. call from truck driver, car blocking road cannot get through. truck assisted 98.

Recycling Banana Peels. March 19. Oakland Beach Avenue. Aided Case. EMPLOYEE DPW SLIP & FALL RECYCLE AREA. EMS & CAR 11 DISP. DET’S ON SCENE WITH CAMERA. NOT A DPW EMPLOYEE.

It Was The Pepsi Guy. March 20. Overlook Place / Rye Beach Avenue. Utility-Wire Down. Caller reports Coca-Cola truck struck wires. Car 18 dispatched. Spoke with the driver who was on scene upon our arrival. Driver as well as neighbors in the area stated that the wire was low hanging prior to the truck driving through it. Verizon worker in the area stated that Optimum owns the wire. DPW notified to remove the wire entirely.

Yutes. Not Playing. March 20. Playland / Thomas Keane Plaza. Assist Other Police Department. CALLER STATES THAT THEIR IS A GROUP OF KIDS ON SKATEBOARDS NEAR THE LAKE IN PLAYLAND PARK CURSING AT PASSERBYS AND CLIMBING ON A BOAT HOUSE. WCPD ADVISED AND ENROUTE. youths spoken to and leaving the area walking skateboards out 98

Coned Again. March 20. Boston Post Road / Milton Road. Road-All Other Police Booth. SGT KENNY REPORTS THAT HE CONTACTED DPW FOREMAN CHIP RIGANO IN REGARDS TO POTHOLES AT THE LOCATION. DPW ADVISED THAT IT IS A CONED WORK AREA.

Not Constructive. March 21. Hughes Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. caller states kids are going into a house under construction. Spoke to a parent. The kids left the property and will not go back.

Driver Gallops From Scene. March 21. Manursing Island. Animal Struck By MV. caller stated she hit a deer with her vehicle and had to leave. unfounded.

Taking a Bathroom Break? March 21. York Avenue. Noise Complaint. caller states dogs have been barking for hours. NO BARKING OBSERVED AT THE LOCATION OVER A 10 MINUTE PERIOD. 10-98.

Curtilage Behavior. March 23. Kirby Lane. Civil Matter. property manager from __ Kirby states construction crew from the next door is parking on his lot. Issue between two neighbors in regards to street parking on Kirby LN. Property owner of #__ placed stones in the ‘curtilage’ area between the street and his fence. Complained of vehicles parking in that area and moving his stones. Property owner was advised that curtilage area needs to remain clear for parking and road access. Asked construction crew and property owner to call if further issues arise in the future. Incident changed to civil matter.

Next Time Trim Their Profits. March 23. Ellen Court / Oakland Beach Avenue. City Code Violation – Leaf. Multi leaf blowers. LANDSCAPERS ADVISED.