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Police Blotter: Nailed the Problem; Off Like a Bottle Rocket, Not Social & More

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

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Catch & Release. June 24. Town Dock / Stuyvesant Avenue. Environment Conservation. Checked 4 fisherman, no violations were observed.

Nailed the Problem. June 24. Boston Post Road / Peck Avenue. Road-All Other. large pieces of lumber in road. LUMBER MOVED OUT OF THE ROADWAY, 10-98.

Wile E. June 24. Midland Avenue / Palisade Road. Coyote Sighting.

Need an Investigation Cycle. June 26. Tyler Lane. Larceny-Bicycles. Caller states her sons bike went missing from the side of their home sometime after 5pm on 06/25/2021. Bike is a White Royal Baby.

Man Overboard. June 26. Larchmont Breaker / Long Island Sound. Vessel In Distress PB1 called in responding for person overboard. Person recovered by Mamaroneck PB-321 prior to our arrival. Person returned to their sailboat without incident.

Off Like a Bottle Rocket. June 27. Rye Golf Club / 330 Boston Post Road. Fireworks. Reports of fireworks on the golf course near the pond at the bottom of Soundview Ave. youths scattered from the golf course. Backed 11.

A Pointed Problem at B Building. June 27. Highland Hall Apartments / 147 Purchase Street. Assist Citizen. resident of Highland hall apartment would like document an incident at listed location. Spoke with caller, ___ stated she saw the bullet in front of the B building. She then picked it up. I was unable to take pictures with patrol camera. Per Lt. Anfuso, bullet was bagged and placed inside hq. Nothing further.

Unlocking Some Help. June 29. Highland Hall / 131 Purchase Street. Assist Citizen. CALLER STATES SHE IS LOCKED IN HER APARTMENT WITH HER KEYS LEFT IN FRONT DOOR LOCK. resident assisted.

Wile E. Garnet Fan. June 29. Rye High School / 1 Parsons Street. Coyote Sighting. Caller reported that there is a coyote near the bridge to the football field. They stated that there are children in the area.

Bambi Down, Then Out. June 29. Boston Post Road / Bradford Avenue. Animal Struck By MV. Multiple calls about a baby deer being hit by a vehicle. Animal is still alive. US1 – N/B lane – near Marshlands. BACKED 14. Animal dispatched. MV-104 completed. 98.

Village Social, Rye, NY
Not Social. Credit: Pei Pei Martin.

Not Social. June 30. 67 Purchase Street. Assist Citizen. caller states she is the manager for village social, states two teen girls hanging out in the hallway area of the village social/mall area causing a mess being loud and refusing to leave. SPOKE TO THE PARTIES IN QUESTION. THEY WERE SENT ON THEIR WAY 10-98.

Porch Pirate. June 30. Palisade Road. Assist Citizen. caller reports the driver of a white ford taurus just took a package from the front porch of their neighbor. vehicle is fleeing north on midland at this time. cars 15 and 18 sent. area canvassed negative results backed 15 98.


  1. Congratulations to the retiring police officers. They are both true gentlemen and were excellent in dealing with the young people in Rye. I wish them both a long and happy retirement and success in future endeavors.
    Ann Edwards
    Retired principal of RMS


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