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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: Lock'em Up (The Vehicles); A Real Pest & More

Police Blotter: Lock’em Up (The Vehicles); A Real Pest & More

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

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(PHOTO: The St. Regis Residences, Rye.)
(PHOTO: Otis Down. October 11. St. Regis Residences, Rye, 120 Old Post Road. Assist Rye Fire Department.  ST REGIS CALLED AND REPORTED A PERSON STUCK IN AN ELEVATOR. TOT FD.)

Needs to Learn Repairs. October 6. Boston Post Road / Parsons Street. Disabled Vehicles. caller reports disabled school bus in area possibly leaking fluid. fd notified. stains on rd way.

White Van. October 6. Glen Oaks Drive. Suspicious Vehicle. caller reports a white van parked ifo listed residence. Described as a white van no plate info given. car 10 disp to check and advise. All in order. 98.

Howling Over Trouble. October 7. Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming, 62 Purchase Street. Assist Citizen. Caller reported that she received prank calls from kids and then the kids were running into the store and yelling things and running out. I did get in contact with the parties involved and had them return to the store where they apologized to the store owner. Store owner did not wish to file a report.

Lock’em Up (The Vehicles). October 8. Captains Lane. File 1. THE CALLER, MR. _______, STATED TWO VEHICLE WERE STOLEN FROM HIS RESIDENCE.

Three Cheers for Rye PD. October 8. Boston Post Road. Welfare Check. CHEERLEADER DID NOT SHOW UP FOR THE FOOTBALL GAME ALL IN ORDER AT LOCATION, MET WITH _____, WOKE UP LATE FOR GAME, ESCORT GIVEN TO STADIUM, 98.

Dredgeful. October 8. Milton Harbor, Long Island Sound. Vessel In Distress. Assisted vessel bearing NY Reg in rear of Wainwright house. Vessel was stuck in mud and was towed back to the Municipal Marina without incident

Scrambled. Elm Place / Purchase Street. Neighborhood Trouble. Caller reported that a grey Jeep is driving around the village area throwing eggs. Driver has a mask on. License plate starts with K. Canvass conducted. Negative results. 98 Incident Reactivated.

Doggone. October 9. Fairlawn Street. Animal Noise. report of incessant dog barking. car 10 sent. No answer at the door. Barking seems to have stopped. 98

Serenity Now! October 10. Forest Avenue / Green Avenue. City Code Violation – CW Construction Work REPORT OF CONSTRUCTION WORK BEING DONE ON A HOLIDAY. work stopped 98.

A Real Pest. October 11. Forest Avenue. Suspicious Person. Walk in wishes to report a suspicious incident. Walk in reports a man approached the residence claiming to be pest control. She states he was not in uniform, she did not recognize him as the usual serviceman and turned him away. Shortly thereafter, the regular serviceman showed up. Neither the company or regular serviceman had any knowledge or record of the initial visit. Sworn statement taken.

Otis Down. October 11. St. Regis Residences, Rye, 120 Old Post Road. Assist Rye Fire Department.  ST REGIS CALLED AND REPORTED A PERSON STUCK IN AN ELEVATOR. TOT FD

The Slow Food Movement. October 12. Natoma Street / Wappanocca Avenue. Suspicious Vehicle. Caller reports a blue van idling over 45 minutes. NJ PLATE ___, DRIVER STATES HE IS FOOD DELIVERY SERVICE, AWAITING FOOD ORDER TO COMPLETE, COMES BACK TO REMARKABLE FOOD HOSPITALITY LLC, NO FURTHER POLICE ACTION NECESSARY, 98

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