The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Get Off the Bus. February 10. Station Plaza. Rules Of The Road. Reg violation. Contact made with operator. Supervisor advised of reg status and will go to DMV to correct violation. Advised to take bus off the road today. 10-97 x 1
Yellow Light. February 17. Boston Post Road / Purchase Street. Road-All Other. REPORT OF A CHANGE IN THE TRAFFIC PATTERN ON BOSTON POST ROAD WITHOUT FLAGGERS. Condition corrected. Crew removed from the the roadway
Hogs on the Road. February 17. Boston Post Road / Hillside Road. V & T Complaints. two black motorcycles with no plates traveling south on US1 failure to comply. operated by two parties all in black with black facial coverings. terminated by city hall.
Knock Knock. February 17. Forest Avenue / Horton Street. Suspicious Person. Caller reports that a party knocked on her door aggressively. She stated the party was in a grey sedan which is currently parked at the end of the street. FORD NY PLATE#____. backed 98. GOA. 10-98
Doggone. February 18. Soundview Avenue. Assist Citizen. Caller reports a pitbull was loose I/F/O __ Soundview. Pitbull has been leashed by caller. Requires assistance locating owner. Dog reunited with owner. 10-98.
Idling Deposits. February 19. HSBC Bank, 67 Purchase Street. Suspicious Vehicle. Two vehicles parked in front idling over an hour. ______ TX and ______ CT. Parties work for Allied Universal Security. Safe guarding HSBC Bank. OV Call.
Coach Needs Practice. February 19. Rye High School Football Field, 1 Parsons Street. Alarm-Burglary. STATEWIDE CENTRAL OP 559 REPORTS NUMEROUS HALL MOTION ALARMS INSIDE THE SCHOOL. Met with janitor who stated set off in error by coach.
No Volitivity. February 20. Gabelli Funds, 401 Theodore Fremd Avenue. Alarm-Burglary. 10-11 AT GABELLI FUNDS. MAIN DOOR MOTION. THE ALARM PERMIT APPEARS TO BE EXPIRED IN THE SYSTEM. Main doors are secure. Cars parked in the lot, employees most likely on scene. Unable to make contact with them. 98.
Wile E. February 20. Julian Street. Animal Complaints-Other Animal. REPORT OF A SICK DOG OR POSSIBLY A COYOTE IN THE BACKYARD OF THE ABOVE RESIDENCE. Coyote appeared non-rabid, possibly injured. Referred homeowner to private animal control for removal from property. 98.
Gassy Withdrawal. February 21. HSBC Bank, 67 Purchase Street. Utility-Odor Of Gas. Caller states odor of gas possibly in Rye Mall hallway PO Plimton/60 Control contacted. arrived to find slight odor of gas in the rear of the hallway. FD on scene. 98.
Has a Bone to Pick. February 23. Forest Avenue / Philips Lane. Assist Citizen. neighbor states her dog is barking at something in her neighbors yard and won’t stop. He wont even come in for treats. She is concerned due to recent thefts in area. spoke with homeowner, checked surrounding properties, nothing unusual, all appears secure.