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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: The Nanny Did It; Naked & Afraid & More

Police Blotter: The Nanny Did It; Naked & Afraid & More

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

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Le Pain Quotidien interior credit Fiona Degnan - 2
(PHOTO: Follow Your Nose. July 11. Le Pain Quotiden, 30 Purchase Street. Alarm-Burglary. Stanley Security operator Jennifer reports back door activation at Le Pain Quotiden. backed 15. audible alarm, front and rear locked. nothing suspicious. Credit: Fiona Degnan.)

Caution. July 7. Boston Post Road / Old Post Road. Road-All Other. traffic lights down. dpw/ con ed on scene traffic lights back up.

The Nanny Did It. July 7. Pine Island Drive. Alarm-Burglary. 10-11 AT THE ___ RESIDENCE. PANIC SIGNAL. PERMIT #__ LISTED AS THE BURGLAR ALARM PERMIT #. 11 BACKED. Accidental by Nanny. All in order. 10-98.

Lock Your Vehicles. July 8. Billington Court. Suspicious Person. Homeowner reports male with dark clothes attempted to enter their vehicle being a White BMW. canvassed area, neg results.

Bang and Bust. July 8. Oakland Beach / Long Island Sound. Fireworks. COUNTY PD REPORTS THAT THERE ARE PATRONS ON OAKLAND BEACH SETTING OFF FIREWORKS. NO FIREWORKS SEEN ON ARRIVAL, SPOKE WITH LARGE GROUP ON RYE BEACH AND INFORMED THEM FIREWORKS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT RYE TOWN PARK/BEACH. 10-98.

Buoy the Buoy. July 9. Scotch Caps, Long Island Sound. Nav Hazard. While on patrol, observed West Rock / Danger Buoy submerged at high tide. Most likely due to mooring chain fouled below water. Used PB2 to reposition buoy and freed entanglement. Buoy resurfaced and operating normally.

Ding, Ding, Ditch. July 9. Coolidge Avenue / Park Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. group of six teenagers described as male whites going up and down park avenue ringing door bells and leaving the location. BACKED. Area canvassed. Negative results 10-98.

Need Guard. July 10. Waters Edge, Forest Avenue. Suspicious Person. caller states kids are jumping fence to pool. also people fishing on said property. car 15 sent. PARTIES ADVISED TO GET OFF ROCKS AND SENT ON THEIR WAY, 98.

Trashy Behavior. July 10. Milton Road. Assist Citizen. Caller reported that someone dumped garbage in his dumpster. 10-2 in regards.

Gonna Be Trouble @ Home. July 10. Hen Island, Long Island Sound. Property Lost. Walk-in reported that he lost his wedding ring in the Long Island Sound near Hen Island.

Drunk Man Walking. July 10. Greenhaven Road. Aided Case. Caller reported a possible intox walking down the street. Party described as wearing a white T shirt and Khaki shorts. backed.

See Above: Lock Your Vehicles. July 10. Summit Avenue. Larceny from Motor Vehicle. Caller reported that items were stolen from his mother’s vehicle.

Naked & Afraid. July 10. Theodore Fremd Avenue. Petit Larceny. Caller reports that his clothing was stolen from the laundry room in his apartment building. Sworn Statement and Owners Deposition taken.

Follow Your Nose. July 11. Le Pain Quotiden, 30 Purchase Street. Alarm-Burglary. Stanley Security operator Jennifer reports back door activation at Le Pain Quotiden. backed 15. audible alarm, front and rear locked. nothing suspicious.

Needs a Good Buddy. July 11. Playland Parkway / Playland Access Drive. Assist Citizen. Caller reported that a truck needed help backing up on the playland pkwy. GOA.

Uber Alarm. July 12. Rye Grill and Bar, 1 Station Plaza. Alarm-Burglary. USA Central reports kitchen activation at Rye Grill. backed 18. MET WITH OWNER ON SCENE, STATED DELIVERY DRIVER ACCIDENTALLY ACTIVATED ALARM, ALL IN ORDER AT LOCATION, 98.

Thrown Back. July 13. Waters Edge, Forest Avenue. Assist Citizen. Caller reported fisherman on the rocks. fisherman was advised to leave location.

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