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Police Blotter: Only Whacking; Rock Chipping on the DL?; Banking It Isn’t a COVID Mask

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

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HSBC Bank 67 Purchase Street, Rye
(PHOTO: Banking It Isn’t a COVID Mask. May 24. HSBC Bank, 67 Purchase Street. Suspicious Person Bank. CALLER STATES THAT A PERSON WITH LONG HAIR, WEARING A SKI MASK, WITH AN AVERAGE HEIGHT AND BUILD EXITED A DARK RED SEDAN IN FRONT OF CITIZENS BANK AND THEN ENTERED THE BANK. 25 MINUTES IN THE PAST. BACKED. Area canvassed. No parties on scene matched the description. Door to bank was secured. 10-98.)

Off to Greenwich. May 21. Cottage Street / Midland Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. caller states he hears a man cursing and screaming for help. backing. Male intox looking for a taxi to Greenwich. RC Taxi called and responded with out incident.

Dogs Aren’t Barking. May 21. Forest Avenue / Rye Beach Avenue. Dog Complaint. caller reports barking dog near listed intersection. car 10 disp. Canvass conducted. No dogs barking at the location nor visible at the yard of the home. 98

Only Whacking. May 21. Oakwood Avenue. LB City Code Violation – Leaf Blowers. caller reports violation at listed location. Spoke to homeowner. No leaf blower was in use, only a weed whacker. Homeowner states she is aware of the city code. 98

Drifted Slowly. May 21. Port Chester Harbor, Long Island Sound. Buoy Maintenance. Repositioned the speed buoy outside of Port Chester Harbor which had drifted off station

Rock Chipping on the DL? May 22. Elizabeth Street. City Code Violation – CW Construction Work. Caller reported people using a jackhammer in the back of the listed address. SPOKE TO THE RESIDENT AT __ ELIZABETH ST, HE ADVISED THAT HE WOULD SHUTDOWN THE CONTRACTED WORK. 10-97

Deciduous Situation. May 22. Milton Road / Oakland Beach Avenue. Tree Down. CALLER REPORTS A TREE BLOCKING THE ROADWAY BETWEEN MILTON RD AND BOSTON POST RD. TOT FD. DPW and Con ED notified.

Tree Scene. May 23. Gagliardo Park, 31 High Street. Tree Down. Caller reports tree down on playground. Big branch fell onto playground swing set – Area taped off with police tape until DPW can arrive.

Worried @ The Woman or the Dog? May 23. North Street. Welfare Check. CALLER STATES THAT A WOMAN THAT IS WATCHING HIS DOGS IS NOT ANSWERING HER PHONE OR DOOR AND REQUESTS ASSISTANCE FROM OFFICERS. backed

Take Out Trouble. May 23. Car Park 4. Neighborhood Trouble. AN EMPLOYEE FROM WATER MOON RESTAURANT STATES THAT THERE IS A POSSIBLE DISPUTE TAKING PLACE IN CAR PARK 4. see report for further 98

Not Playful. May 23. Rye Recreation Skate Park, 281 Midland Avenue. Noise Complaint. CALLER STATES THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE EITHER ON THE BASKETBALL COURTS OR THE SKATE PARK THAT ARE MAKING NOISE AND DISTURBING HIS PEACE. advised to leave location.

Doggone. May 23. Philips Lane. Dog Complaint. CALLER STATES THAT THERE IS A DOG OUTSIDE ON THE ABOVE PROPERTY THAT IS BARKING WHICH IS DISTURBING HER PEACE. no dog barking 10 minutes outside home all in order 98.

Banking It Isn’t a COVID Mask. May 24. HSBC Bank, 67 Purchase Street. Suspicious Person Bank. CALLER STATES THAT A PERSON WITH LONG HAIR, WEARING A SKI MASK, WITH AN AVERAGE HEIGHT AND BUILD EXITED A DARK RED SEDAN IN FRONT OF CITIZENS BANK AND THEN ENTERED THE BANK. 25 MINUTES IN THE PAST. BACKED. Area canvassed. No parties on scene matched the description. Door to bank was secured. 10-98

Kids Being … Kids. May 25. Milton Road / Pine Lane. Suspicious Person. caller reports 8-10 High School kids breaking branches and destroying wetlands. cars 18 and 10 sent. NO BRANCHES BEING BROKEN, ATTEMPTING TO MAKE A BRIDGE WITH FALLEN BRANCHES, KIDS INSTRUCTED THEY WERE NOT ALLOWED TO BE IN THE BROOK, KIDS LEFT WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT, NO FURTHER POLICE ACTION NECESSARY.

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