The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Last Mile, Last Wits. August 5. Grace Church Street. Noise Complaint. Caller reports an unknown noise in the area. Construction echo from US1 Bridge/i-95 hammering is what sounds loud.
Deposit of Precaution. August 5. Forest Avenue / Playland Parkway. Extra Patrol. atm larcenies in progress across the county tonight. area of playland market appears normal.
Wheels Up. August 5. Davis Avenue. Larceny-Bicycles. CALLER STATES 3 BICYCLES WERE STOLEN FROM THEIR GARAGE WHILE THEY WERE AWAY FROM THEIR RESIDENCE.
Poke the Bad Guy. August 5. Playa Bowls / 18 Purdy Avenue. Assist Citizen. caller states a person of interest is at the business. CALLER STATES A MAN NAMED “MATT” THREATENED TO ROB PLAYA BOWLS YESTERDAY AND IS IN THE STORE TODAY. Party identified as ____. Party was provided service from business and left without incident. Management advised of options if party is no longer welcome on premises. 98
Game Over. August 5. Rye Recreation Skate Park 281 Midland Avenue. Assist Citizen. Caller reported kids in the basketball court after hours. advised that park was closed 98.
Sidewalk Leaking. August 6. Dearborn Avenue. Utility-Water Break. PO Cancel reports a water leak at the above location. SUEZ notified. Observed at set location a lot of water coming from the sidewalk. Suez water company notified.
Bambi vs. Car. August 6. Boston Post Road / Eldridge Place. Animal Struck By MV. Caller stated a deer had been struck by a motor vehicle in the area of Eldredge Pl and Boston Post Rd. MV that had struck deer has allegedly left the scene. deer is moving around unable to safely dispatch.
The Towel Boy? August 7. Van Renssalear Road. Grand Larceny-4th: Caller reports that a guest of the Westchester CC Beach Club had property stolen.
Fore! August 8. Bradford Avenue / Morris Court. Assist Citizen. caller states approximately twenty minutes in the past a group of young looking children riding around Bradford Avenue in a golf cart. THE OWNER OF THE GOLF CART RESIDES AT ___ YORK AVE, SPOKE TO HER
ABOUT CHILDREN DRIVING THE CART. CONDITION CORRECTED 10-98.
No So Carefree. August 8. Milton Harbor / Long Island Sound. Vessel In Distress. At approximately 1700 hrs, observed Carefree Boat Club staff attempting to tow one of their rental boat bearing CT registration 3363BN into Milton Harbor. High winds and low tide complicated their tow efforts. PB2 took disabled vessel under tow and brought it back to its dock space at Rye City Marina without incident. See Boarding Report.
Not So Rocky. August 9. Edith Read Sanctuary. Manursing Way. Illegal Dumping-Public. caller states rocks were dumped from a construction site. Rocks were clearly delivered to Edith Reed for the purposes of lining the roadway and property; and have yet to be set in place. Based upon my knowledge and experience; these large boulders are expensive and difficult to move. Highly unlikely that they would be dumped.
Don’t Panic. August 10. Martin Butler Court. Alarm-Burglary. panic alarm. backed 10. Spoke with the homeowner with whom I’m familiar with. Everything is in order. False Alarm. 98.