The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Where is the Valet? April 21. St. Regis Rye, 120 Old Post Road. Illegally Parked Vehicle. 3 vehicles parked on sidewalk obstructing foot traffic on playland access side of 120 old post.
Gassy. April 21. Dogwood Lane / Highland Road. Assist Rye Fire Department. REPORT OF A GAS LEAK. RYE FD AND CON ED ON SCENE. RYE FD BLOCKED HIGHLAND RD N/B AND S/B
AND ADVISED THAT THEY DO NOT NEED TO ACCESS ANY HOUSES IN RYE. 10-98.
Landscapers, By Sea. April 21. Watson Court / Hix Avenue. City Code Violation – Other. THE MARINE UNIT REPORTS THAT LANDSCAPERS ARE POSSIBLY VIOLATING CITY CODES AT THE END OF HIX AVENUE. Location Changed From HIX AV / DALPHIN DR To Hix AV / Watson CT. no violation on observed. party advised of city code 98
Lost Keys, Neighbor Calls Cops = Bad Day. April 22. Central Avenue. Assist Citizen. Passerby saw someone with white socks and white pants climb into a window in the A building of above address. Caller is waiting outside. RESIDENT (_________ DOB:_____) IN APARTMENT ___, STATED HE LOST HIS KEYS AND WAS GAINING ACCESS TO HIS APARTMENT, ALL IN ORDER AT LOCATION, 98. backed.
Lock. Your. Vehicles. April 23. Stuyvesant Avenue. Suspicious Person. Homeowner reported seeing on security camera, someone rummaging through his vehicle in the driveway approximately an hour prior. Spoke with homeowner. Observed on video a suspect (nfd), running from the neighbors property, wearing a head lamp going through his vehicle. Nothing reported stolen by owner.
Lock. Your. Vehicles. April 23. Vale Place. Suspicious Person. Caller stated he interrupted an attempted vehicle larceny in progress which occurred last night at approx 2230 hrs. Canvassed the area for any signs of vehicle larceny with negative results.
Need Coaching. April 23. SCHOOL RYE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIELD, 1 Parsons Street. Alarm-Burglary. central station reports hallway motion outside room 124. car 12 and 15 disp. op # 559. SPOKE WITH A RYE HIGH SCHOOL COACH WHO HAD AN ACCESS PASS. HE
ADVISED THAT HE HAS ACCESS TO THE BUILDING UNTIL 1000 HOURS EVEN ON
WEEKENDS, HE ALSO NOTIFIED THE PRINCIPAL IN REGARDS TO THE FALSE ALARM. EXTERIOR CHECKED ALL APPEARS SECURE FROM WHAT COULD BE CHECKED 10-98
Ranger Rick Down. April 23. Midland Avenue. Animal Acting Rabid. resident of __midland ave reports racoon in front yard. BACKED Raccoon was deceased prior to our arrival. Home owners disposing of body. 10-98.
Please Push Off. April 23. Town Dock, 15 Purdy Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. CALLER STATES THAT THERE ARE SEVERAL PATRONS THAT ARE ACTING ROWDY AT THE TOWN DOCK. Backed 18. parties left the business and were advised they are not welcome back for the evening 98.
The Sixth Sense. April 24. North Street. Assist Citizen. 911 CALLER STATES THAT HER SON’S CEMETERY PLOT HAS BEEN DUG UP AND THE CASKET IS MISSING. THE CALLER WOULD LIKE TO DOCUMENT THE INCIDENT. I Spoke to Jesus ____ (Landscaping company) and he states that the plot that is believed to have been dug up is not the (complainants) ___ family members plot but a completely different plot next to it. Photos taken on post #3 phone.
Need Referee. April 26. Rye Recreation Skate Park, 281 Midland Avenue. Noise Complaint. Caller states a group is playing basketball after hours, disturbing his peace. Officers sent to disperse. 1 person playing basketball – informed of noise complaint – let premise without incident
Turn Off. April 26. Playland Parkway. Noise Complaint. Complaint of large trucks/ construction equipment idling in the area. Spoke with truck driver – informed of idling code – truck was turned off.
Too Much. April 26. Ruby’s Oyster Bar, 45 Purchase Street. RUBY’S OYSTER BAR & BISTRO REPORTS A PARTY THAT IS HIGHLY INTOXICATED OUTSIDE THEIR RESTAURANT. EMS DISPATCHED. BACKED. _____ to greenwich 98.
Scrambled. April 27. Rickbern Street. Neighborhood Trouble. CALLER STATES HIS HOUSE WAS EGGED LAST EVENING AROUND 22:45. POSSIBLE DARK SUV INVOLVED. PARTY DOES NOT WANT OFFICIAL REPORT AT THIS TIME. Non-Emergency Call. CALL TAKER HANDLED EVENT.