The police blotter is a highlight of recent activity from the City of Rye Police Department.
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Tantrum? September 1. Harding Drive. Alarm-Burglary. CMS OP 407 REPORTS BREAKFAST DOOR ALARM AT ____ RESIDENCE. Set off in error by toddler. ____ Family.
Not Secure, Alarming. September 1. Wappanocca Avenue. Suspicious Person. caller stated an unknown party responded to the location twice claiming to be with ADT security asking if there was a security system at the home. party did not provide credentials.
Grill, Bar & Music. September 1. Rye Grill and Bar, 1 Station Plaza. Noise Complaint. CALLER STATES LOUD MUSIC COMING FROM OUTDOOR SEATING AREA ON SECOND STREET. 11 backed. music shut down. 98.
It’s How We All Feel About Commuting. September 2. Midland Avenue / Peck Avenue. Suspicious Person. CALLER REPORTS A WHITE 60 Y/O FEMALE WITH REDISH BLONDE COLORED HAIR IN A PONYTAIL IS SCREAMING PROFANITIES TO HERSELF. Spoke to individual. All in order just walking to the train. 98.
Scamming Grandparents. September 2. Eleanor Street. Fraud Offenses. caller from Fl states his parents were scammed by someone who came to door asking for money because their grandson was involved in a car accident. Incident Reactivated. CFS Changed From CFS.014 To CFS.26 Incident is cancelled…..
Not Secure, Very Alarming. September 2. Wappanocca Avenue. Suspicious Person. caller states man impersonating ADT worker has been to her home multiple times over past few days and is back. caller confirmed with ADT no worker is supposed to be there 5 10 in height mixed race male.
Charged. September 3. Purchase Street / Purdy Street. Suspicious Person. CALLER STATES THAT A MALE BLACK, 5’8″, IN HIS EARLY TWENTIES, WEARING A PINK SHIRT AND BLACK SHORTS CAME INTO THE TOWN DOCK STATING THAT HE LEFT HIS CREDIT CARD AT THE RESTAURANT. THE CALLER STATES THAT THE SAME INDIVIDUAL ALSO WENT INTO SUNRISE PIZZERIA STATING THE SAME STORY. individual states he has found his card and is on his way. Backed. Backed.
Cycles of Trouble. September 4. Boston Post Road / Parsons Avenue. Neighborhood Trouble. Caller reports a group of 25 kids on bikes riding in and out of traffic. Canvass conducted with negative results.