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Police Blotter: Latte Alarm; House Cleaned-Out & More

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

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(PHOTO: The Rye YMCA at 21 Locust Avenue. Credit: Will McCullough.)
(PHOTO: Car 15 Recovers Bookbag. September 15. Rye YMCA, 21 Locust Avenue. Assist Citizen.  caller states a person had a bookbag stolen and is tracking it through a Find My Phone app. car 15 assigned. Party mistakenly took wrong bookbag home. Returned with no issues. Credit: Will McCullough.)

Tectonic Plates. September 15. Purchase Street. Health And Safety Hazards. caller states the plates in roadway in f/o above cause loud noise when driven over and may be a safety hazard. Plates are lose. DPW notified. They made contact with PFA Contracting who is responsible for the work in the area. PFA responding to secure the plates. Incident is cancelled…..

A Sign of Nothing. September 15. Boston Post Road / Oakland Beach Avenue. Suspicious Person. caller reports suspicious party with long hair wearing shorts, party is carrying a large sign. MALE WALKING ON SIDE WALK WITH SIGN. NOTHING SUSPICOUS.

Car 15 Recovers Bookbag. September 15. Rye YMCA, 21 Locust Avenue. Assist Citizen.  caller states a person had a bookbag stolen and is tracking it through a Find My Phone app. car 15 assigned. Party mistakenly took wrong bookbag home. Returned with no issues.

Biker Gang. September 15. Apawamis Avenue / Forest Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. caller states group of 10-15 kids on bicycles intentionally obstructing traffic on apawamis traveling e/b towards forest avenue. Canvassed area negative results

Latte Alarm. September 17. Starbucks, 51 Purchase Street. Assist Rye Fire Department. STARBUCKS SUPERVISOR REPORTS THEIR FIRE ALARM HAS BEEN ACTIVATED AND THEY DO NOT KNOW WHY. backed fd

Why Did the Coyote Cross the Road? September 17. Forest Avenue / Gramercy Avenue. Coyote Sighting. CALLER REPORTS A COYOTE CROSSED THE STREET. Non-Emergency Call. CALL TAKER HANDLED EVENT.

Health Check, Check. September 19. Cloverdale Lane / Midland Avenue. Coyote Sighting. Caller states she saw a large coyote in the area. Did not appear sick or injured at this time. coyote sighting. Non-Emergency Call. CALL TAKER HANDLED EVENT.

House Cleaned-Out. September 19. Forest Avenue. Alarm-Burglary. basement motion party on scene with wrong code called in by 60 control. HOUSE CLEANER ON SCENE, ACCIDENTAL, 98.

Power Knocks Out Clubby Situation. September 19. Stuyvesant Avenue / Van Wagenen Avenue. Utility-Wire Down. REPORT OF A WIRE DOWN ON STUYVESANT AVENUE BETWEEN COVELEIGH AND SHENOROCK COUNTRY CLUBS. FD DISPATCHED VIA 60 CONTROL. 09/19/2022 21:37:30 FD REQUESTED AND RESPONDED, CON ED REQUESTED AND RESPONDED, ROADWAY SHUT UNTIL POWER WAS TURNED OFF, CON ED TO REMAIN ON SCENE TO AWAIT TREE CREW. STREET STILL CLOSED, BUT STUYVESANT RESIDENTS ABLE TO ACCESS THEIR HOMES, POWER SHUT TO BOTH AYC AND SHENOROCK CLUBS, BOTH THESE CLUBS CLOSED FOR THE NIGHT. CON ED STATES BRANCH ON WIRES NOT AT RISK TO FALL AT THIS TIME, AND WILL REMAIN ON SCENE UNTIL TREE CREW ARRIVES, 98

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