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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: Head Squashed; Raining Racoons & More

Police Blotter: Head Squashed; Raining Racoons & More

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

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(PHOTO: Next Stop, Duck Pond. February 27. Rye Town Park, 95 Dearborn Avenue. CALLER STATED SOMEONE MOVED THEIR CAR FROM THE SPOT HE ORIGINALLY PARKED IT. SPOKE TO OWNER OF THE CAR, BASED ON TIRE TRACKS IN GRAVEL IN PARKING LOT, DETERMINED CAR HAD ROLLED, VEHICLE WAS LOCKED AT ALL TIMES AND IS A MANUAL TRANSMISSION, NO FURTHER POLICE ACTION NECESSARY, 98.)

Hailing Some Sleep. February 24. Central Avenue / Walnut Street. Suspicious Vehicle. OV Call: NY reg ___, NYDLIC____ Sleeping taxi driver.

Unmasked Man. February 24. Westchester Medical Group, 1 Theall Road. Assist Citizen. Assist WESTMED with individual that does not want to wear mask. Incident is cancelled….. units took care of it.

Idle Minds. February 24. Lorono Executive Plaza, 350 Theodore Fremd Avenue. Noise Complaint. caller reports a large truck idling for extended period in lot. car 15 sent. RJB waiting for a tow. Vehicle doesn’t idle loudly. Driver stated he will park on other side of lot. 98.

On Ramp. February 25. I-95 / Playland Parkway. Disabled Vehicles. CALLER STATES THAT A DISABLED VEHICLE WAS LEFT AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP ON PLAYLAND PKWY FROM I-95 NORTH. NYSP NOTIFIED AND THEY STATE THAT THEY WILL SEND A TOW TRUCK. State Trooper on scene.

Wile-E. February 27. Intervale Place. Coyote Sighting. Caller states she observed a coyote on her front lawn. It was scared away by her dog. Did not appear to be sick or injured. CNR. Non-Emergency Call. CALL TAKER HANDLED EVENT.

Head Squashed. February 27. Apawamis Club, 2 Club Road. Aided Case. Apawamis club stated one of their members slit their head open playing squash and is bleeding from the head. party is described as conscious and alert. BACKED 16.

Raining Racoons. February 27. Grace Church Street. Animal Complaints-Other Animal. CALLER STATED A RACCOON FELL OUT OF A TREE IN THEIR BACKYARD AND APPEARS INJURED. CHECK AND ADVISE. RACCOON IS IN TARP ON GRAVEL IN BACKYARD, NOT AGGRESSIVE TOWARDS POLICE, DOES NOT SEEM TO BE GRAVELY WOUNDED, HOMEOWNER INFORMED HE CAN CALL TRAPPER IF HE WANTS ANIMAL REMOVED, 98 Back up car 10.

Next Stop, Duck Pond. February 27. Rye Town Park, 95 Dearborn Avenue. CALLER STATED SOMEONE MOVED THEIR CAR FROM THE SPOT HE ORIGINALLY PARKED IT. SPOKE TO OWNER OF THE CAR, BASED ON TIRE TRACKS IN GRAVEL IN PARKING LOT, DETERMINED CAR HAD ROLLED, VEHICLE WAS LOCKED AT ALL TIMES AND IS A MANUAL TRANSMISSION, NO FURTHER POLICE ACTION NECESSARY, 98.

Call a Therapist, Not the PD. March 3. Purchase Street. Neighborhood Trouble. Third party caller states he hears people arguing outside. One male with blue jacket in a red SUV. NY reg ____. Male party went inside #___ Purchase St. Boyfriend and girlfriend indifference. Boyfriend was insecure of girlfriend. Parties were asked to separate for the night.

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