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Home Police & Fire Police Blotter: Now Find the Finger; Fishy Situation & More

Police Blotter: Now Find the Finger; Fishy Situation & More

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

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(PHOTO: Not Taking Extra Care, or Any Care at All. October 15. CVS, 1121 Boston Post Road. Assist Citizen. manager reports someone hit their building with a car. no information on car. wishes to make a report for notification to company. car 10 assigned. Credit: Matt Capaldi.)

Now Find the Finger. October 15. Midland Avenue / Palisade Road. Property Found. Walk-in reported that they found a ring on Midland Ave.

Staying Alive. October 15. Rye Recreation Skate Park, 281 Midland Avenue. Noise Complaint. Caller reported loud disco music being played at the basketball court area. Music at the Tennis courts was not unreasonable. Parties did reduce the volume anyway.

Not Taking Extra Care, or Any Care at All. October 15. CVS, 1121 Boston Post Road. Assist Citizen. manager reports someone hit their building with a car. no information on car. wishes to make a report for notification to company. car 10 assigned.

Bambi Down. October 16. Theall Road. Animal Struck. REPORT OF A DEER STRUCK BY MV. See MV-104A

Fishy Situation. October 16. Scotch Caps, Long Island Sound. Vessel In Distress. REPORT OF FISHERMEN STUCK OUT ON THE ROCKS. Party removed from rocks, 2 Encon and 2 Nav law summons written for short fish and no PFD. See report.

Cut Off. October 18. Mobil Station / Chestnut Marts, 69 Theodore Fremd Avenue. Assist Citizen. Manager states a m/w with beard and blue shirt is intox and trying to buy beer. She told them she cannot sell beer at this hour and he refuses to leave. spoke with the manager, she states the individual already left. canvassed area, no one seen. GOA.

If the Glove … October 18. Blind Brook Lodge, 66 Milton Road. Suspicious Person. CALLER STATES THAT A PERSON WEARING GLOVES WAS ON TOP OF THE GARAGE AT BLIND BROOK LODGE AND WAS POSSIBLY TRYING TO ACCESS ONE OF THE FIRE ESCAPES ON THE SIDE OF THE BUILDING- APPROXIMATELY TEN MINUTES IN THE PAST. BACKED.

Book’em. October 20. Rye Free Reading Room, 1061 Boston Post Road. Alarm-Burglary. Sonitrol Op YAI reports burg alarm at Rye Free Reading Room. Appears Rye FD responded prior to my arrival. Ground level secure.

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