The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Initializing Trouble. July 2. Rye Recreation / 281 Midland Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. initials in cement. rye rec superintendent wanted to document markings on pavement, sworn statement submitted.
Wile E. July 3. Boston Post Road / Parsons Street. Coyote Sighting. Coyote running in the street.
Down the Drain. July 3. Newburry Place / Van Buren Street. Assist Citizen. caller states there is an animal stuck and in distress on the N/E corner of location stuck in a catch basin drain. caller could tell what kind of animal it was. GOA.
Biker Gang Protection. July 4. Highland Road / Mendota Avenue. Public Event. Resident request police presence for children’s bike parade. Location Changed From HIGHLAND RD / WAPPANOCCA AV To Mendota AV / Highland RD. Assisted in traffic control during block party event. 98.
Pointy Issue. July 4. Elm Street / Car Park. Solicitors. knife sharpener. TOT LT ANFUSO.
Just Don’t Tip the Boat Over. July 4. Milton Harbor. Public Event. Rock the Boat.
Checking Out. July 5. CVS Store / 1121 Boston Post Road. Neighborhood Trouble. caller reports a large group of kids at cvs, specifically a group of 3 in shopping carts being pushed down towards bost post rd/ purchase st.
Bambi Down. July 6. White Birch Drive. Animal Complaints-Other. caller states sick/dying deer across the street from location at edge of neighbors property. animal dispatched see report for further 98.
Checked Out. July 7. Marriott Courtyard / 631 Midland Avenue. Assist Other Police. Attempting to serve order of protection for Vermont State Police. Cars 11 & 18 dispatched. UNABLE TO SERVE PAPERWORK, PARTY NO LONGER IS RENTING THE ROOM AT THE MARRIOTT. 10-98.
Fits Like A… July 7. Rye Town Dock. Property Recovered. a Body glove Inflatable paddle board was found beached next to the Town dock. The paddle board is being stored in the PB-3 trailer. Recovered property report completed.
Verizon Can’t Hear. Or They Just Don’t Listen. July 7. Hix Avenue. Utility-Wire Down. report of low wire on the street. Incident Reactivated. Approx. 2000hrs, I was dispatched to the above location for wires in the roadway. Upon my observation, it was Verizon Telephone wires down from the previous night before storm. I had Disp contact Verizon to send out an Emergency Crew several times but unable to get an ETA. Disp. PO. Cancel spoke with Verizon Representative Roman & Supervisor illeen Harris Weber again & they did not want to send an emergency crew until 0700hrs tomorrow. I taped it off with Police Caution tape the wires from pole to pole. Verizon was informed it’s a hazardous situation but refused still to send an emergency crew.