The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Protecting Superheroes & Princesses. October 29. Osborn School, 10 Osborn Road. Property Check. KIDS HALOWEEN PARADE.
No Bones @ It, Scammed. October 29. Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming, 62 Purchase Street. Possession Forged A Instrument-3rd Degree. woofgang fake $100.
Money for Nothin’, Wine for Free. October 29. Wine at Five, 1 Elm Street. Possession Forged A Instrument-3rd Degree. CALLER STATES THAT A POSSIBLE COUNTERFEIT ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR BILL WAS USED AT HIS STORE TO PURCHASE A BOTTLE OF WINE.
Pad Thai and Pay Bill. October 29. Little Thai Kitchen, 2 Purchase Street. Assist Citizen. CALLER STATES THAT A CUSTOMER DOESN’T WANT TO PAY FOR HIS FOOD AT LITTLE THAI KITCHEN. Workers stated he paid multiple times. Requested he be removed due to being belligerent. Asked party to leave. No further issues. Workers did not want to press charges. Party refused any medical assistance. 98.
Floating Dock > Dock Floating Away. October 29. Rye City Boat Basin, 650 Milton Road. Vessel In Distress. Area checked at approximately 2050 hrs. Found finger pier at slip 277 & 276 was breaking away from main dock due to very high winds pushing moored boats. Secured extra dock lines to both vessels and tied to other points on main dock. This relieved pressure on failing pier. Marina staff notified of condition.
Shipwreck. October 30. 7 Guion Road. Vessel In Distress. Caller states an unmanned vessel broke free from his neighbor’s dock and is overturned on his seawall. Contact made with R/O of vessel, advised to contact SeaTow for removal. Marine unit advised. CNR. Non-Emergency Call. CALL TAKER HANDLED EVENT.
Time to Go Green & Upgrade. October 31. 15 Hillside Place. Assist Rye Fire Department. Dispatch Rye Fire Department for black smoke coming out of the oil burner.
Turn It Down. October 31. Central Avenue / Summit Avenue. Loud Party. CALLER STATES THAT THERE IS A LOUD PARTY NEXT TO HER HOME THAT IS DISTURBING HER PEACE. SPOKE TO HOMEOWNER’S SON AND HE STATED THAT THEY WOULD LOWER THE MUSIC.
Coaster & His Buddies. November 1. Playland Park. Assist Other Police Department. COUNTY PD REQUESTS ASSISTANCE WITH LOUD GROUP OF TEENS IN PARKING LOT. back car 10. MUSIC OFF. 98.
Extra Trouble. November 1. CVS, 1121 Boston Post Road. Neighborhood Trouble. CVS STORE MANAGER STATES THAT THERE IS A LARGE GROUP OF YOUTHS ON THE CVS PROPERTY THAT ARE COMING IN AND OUT OF THE STORE AND BEING DISRUPTIVE. group left area upon arrival. all in order 98.
Thrown Back. November 3. Waters Edge, Forest Avenue. Assist Citizen. caller reports fishermen on wall behind pool. car 16 sent. situation corrected.