The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Keep Moving. January 6. Rye Rec Skate Park, 281 Midland Avenue. Suspicious Vehicle. NY reg ______ parked occupied. Contact with operator, stated just parked to hang out. Advised to move along and complied.
Good Buddy, Unknown 10-20. January 6. Boston Post Road / Playland Parkway. Assist Citizen. ASSIST TRUCK WITH NAVIGATING LOW CLEARANCE. REPORTED WESTBOUND ON PLAYLAND PARKWAY PRIOR TO BOSTON POST ROAD BRIDGE. VEHICLE GONE PRIOR TO PD ARRIVAL, 98.
Who Let the Dogs Out. January 7. Roger Sherman Place. Animal Complaints-Other. RESIDENT REPORTS LOOSE DOGS AT LOCATION. Spoke to resident of 6 Roger-Sherman Pl. Was able to locate residence of loose dog located at _ Read Ct. Spoke to residence of _ Read Ct. and advised them of the City Code. Resident of _ Rogers- Sherman Pl. had no injuries and did not wish to provide a written statement. 10-98.
Take The Cash, Leave the Personal Items. January 8. HSBC Bank, 67 Purchase Street. Property Found. CALLER REPORTS PERSONAL ITEMS LEFT IN THE ATM VESTIBULE OF THE HSBC BANK. atm card recovered. party known to us. attempted to make contact. negative at this time. will try again later.
Went Nuts. January 10. Milton Road / Oakland Beach Avenue. Animal Complaints-Other Animal. Caller reported an injured squirrel in the roadway. GOA 98.
Man Bites Back. January 12. Park Avenue. Animal Bite. walk in reports dog bite incident.
Boxed Out. January 13. Mead Pond Lane. Littering. Caller states there is garbage on the road/near his property IFO above address. spoke to home owner who stated she was told dpw could not pick up boxed due to large size and she is call for private garbage removal 98.