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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: Finger Wagging; Lights, Camera, Rye TV Action; Dine & Dash

Police Blotter: Finger Wagging; Lights, Camera, Rye TV Action; Dine & Dash

The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.

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Rye Grill & Bar
(PHOTO: Dine & Dash. March 5. Rye Grill and Bar, 1 Station Plaza. Neighborhood Trouble. Caller states there is a group attempting to leave the premises without paying their bill and acting rowdy. Cars 11 & Unit 3 dispatched. PARTY IN QUESTION WAS LEAVING UPON ARRIVAL. EMPLOYEE FROM ESTABLISHMENT STATED THEY JUST WANTED HIM TO LEAVE THE PREMISES, NO FURTHER REQUIRED. 98.)

Out of Gas. March 4. Osborn Road. Disabled Vehicles. NY Reg _____ vehicle abandoned. Tow Company: Vincent Towing, Tow Vehicle :_____:NY, With Tow Number :_____, with Reason :AB and Response :RES.

Finger Wagging. March 4. Roger Sherman Place. Dog Complaint. caller wants to document an issue with a neighbor.

Not a Full Tank. March 5. Mobil Station, 69 Theodore Fremd Avenue. Alarm-Burglary. JC Security Op 210 reports front motion alarm at Mobil station. Front door observed propped open with lock. Interior check appeared normal. Keyholder enroute. Key holder on scene. Review of video surveillance showed error on employee securing door.

Lights, Camera, Rye TV Action. March 5. Rye High School, 1 Parsons Street. Alarm-Burglary. Statewide reports alarm at Rye HS. Motion detected in rooms 124,126 and RCTV. backed. alarm set off in error by Rye TV employee _____. Alarm was reset by Rye School employee _____.

Dine & Dash. March 5. Rye Grill and Bar, 1 Station Plaza. Neighborhood Trouble. Caller states there is a group attempting to leave the premises without paying their bill and acting rowdy. Cars 11 & Unit 3 dispatched. PARTY IN QUESTION WAS LEAVING UPON ARRIVAL. EMPLOYEE FROM ESTABLISHMENT STATED THEY JUST WANTED HIM TO LEAVE THE PREMISES, NO FURTHER REQUIRED. 98.

Winds of Change. March 7. Cowles Avenue. City Code Violation – Leaf Blowers. caller reports multiple blowers in use. car 16 disp. 1st call of season. warning issued.

Tail-Wagger. March 7. New Street. Dog Complaint. Caller states there is a dog with no collar or leash IFO above address. DOG REUNITED WITH OWNER. 10-98.

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