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Police Blotter: When You Absolutely, Positively … damn; Yertle Back Home & More

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

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(PHOTO: The Jay Heritage Center and Estate. Credit: Will McCullough.)
(PHOTO: Ranger Rick May Be History. June 9. Boston Post Road / Bradford Avenue.  Animal Complaints-Other Animal. caller states two raccoons in the roadway by the John Jay estate caller states one raccoon looks like it was hit by a car is limping in the roadway. No raccoons in roadway. 10-98. Credit: Will McCullough.)

U-Block. June 2. High Street / Clinton Avenue. Road-Blocked. CALLER STATES THAT THERE IS A U-HAUL PARKED THAT IS MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO NAVIGATE THE STREET. U-HAUL CONTACTED AND WILL BE PICKING UP TRAILER.10-98

Traffic Not Flowing. June 2. Rockridge Road / Stonycrest Road. Road-Blocked. CALLER STATES THAT THERE IS A PARKING CONDITION IN THE ABOVE AREA. Veolia Water Co performing emergency water main break repairs at Stoneycrest and Rockridge. Lane opened up for safer traffic pattern at Rockridge and Forest. Foreman made aware of complaints.

When You Absolutely, Positively … damn. June 3. Boston Post Road / Roger Sherman Place. Mv Accident – Property Damage. CALLER REPORTS THAT SHE WITNESSED A FED EX TRUCK KNOCK OVER A CITY LIGHT POST AND THEN LEAVE THE SCENE.

Gassy. June 3. Hunt Place. Assist Rye Fire Department.  CALLER REPORTS AN ODOR OF GAS INSIDE HER HOME. FD DISPATCHED VIA 60 CONTROL. RYE FD ON SCENE, ENTRY GAINED BECAUSE HOMEOWNER ON SCENE. TOT FD.

Up, Down & Sideways. June 3. Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Road. Assist Rye Fire Department. REPORT OF A PERSON STUCK IN THE ELEVATOR. FD DISPATCHED VIA 60 CONTROL. BACKED RYE FD. 10-98.

Don’t Tread on Me. June 3. Dearborn Avenue  / Forest Avenue. Criminal Mischief: Intent To 01 A Damage Property. report of armed forces flag being burnt and slashed and American flag being stolen sometime between Monday May 30 and Tuesday May 31st.

On Tippy Toes. June 3. Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Road. Assist Citizen. Caller reports a suspicious package. car 10 sent. card that was with wrapped gift was for a ballet teacher by one of her students. mrs ___ gift was left with custodian. gift was left left custodian for ballet instructor.

BE QUIET! June 4. Jean Street. Loud Party. CALLER STATES HER NEIGHBORS ARE YELLING AND SCREAMING. Loud music and yelling observed upon arrival. Prom / birthday party in rear exterior yard, shut down for the night with out further incident.

Yertle Back Home. June 5. Midland Avenue / Peck Avenue. Animal Complaints-Other Animal. Lost tortoise. LOST TURTLE RETURNED TO LOCAL POND, 10-98.

Gold in Them There Hills. June 9. Rye Brook Post Road Service, 1019 Boston Post Road. walk in stated he found gold necklace in front of his shop.

Ranger Rick May Be History. June 9. Boston Post Road / Bradford Avenue.  Animal Complaints-Other Animal. caller states two raccoons in the roadway by the John Jay estate caller states one raccoon looks like it was hit by a car is limping in the roadway. No raccoons in roadway. 10-98.

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