The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Dog Bites Man, Man Calls Cops. October 14. Rye Golf Club 330 Boston Post Road. Dog Complaint. dog bite RGC.
Dumping on the Neighbor. October 14. Bradford Avenue / Henry Street. Road-All Other. complaint of dumpster in street. DUMPSTER LEGALLY ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD, NOT OBSTRUCTING TRAFFIC, RENOVATIONS BEING DOWN AT _ HENRY STREET, 98.
Redemption. October 14. Florence Avenue. Suspicious Vehicle. CALLER STATES THAT A WHITE VAN WAS PARKED OUTSIDE HIS RESIDENCE AND WHEN HE WENT OUTSIDE, SAID VEHICLE DROVE SLOWLY AWAY TOWARDS YORK AVENUE. NO LICENSE PLATE INFORMATION OBSERVED. Van matching description NY REG _____. party collecting recyclable bottles and cans. all in order 98.
Room 437. October 15. Courtyard Marriott, 631 Midland Avenue. Noise Complaint. Front desk reports a guest and his wife are being disruptive in response to other noisy guests in the hotel. Cars 15 and 10 dispatched to check and advise. Spoke with the parties in room 437, they agreed to keep the volume low. Bodycam activated. back up unit.
Flushing Out the Situation. October 15. Bradford Avenue. Assist Citizen. caller reports stolen plumbing equipment overnight. MIKE THE PLUMBER DOES NOT WISH TO FILE A REPORT.
Vote the Signs Out. October 18. Locust Avenue / Ridgewood Drive. City Code Violation – Other. report of political sign in city right of way. car 12 sent. CONFIRMED 2 POLITICAL SIGNS IN THE AREA ON CITY RIGHT OF WAY.
Vote the Signs Out. October 18. Theodore Fremd Avenue / Playland Access Drive. City Code Violation – Other. report of political signs in city right of way. car 15 sent. SIGNS REMOVED BY CAR 10 ALL IN ORDER 98.
Hardening Situation. October 19. Drake Smith Lane. City Code Violation – CW Construction Work. SPOKE TO COMPANY, ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF A CONSTRUCTION POUR THAT CANNOT BE STOPPED, INFORMED THE COMPANY THEY HAVE UNTIL 2000 HRS TO STOP THE AUDIBLE NOISE, CALLER ADVISED THAT THE WORK WILL BE DONE BY 2000 HRS, 98.