Police blotter: where’s the valet? ; Lost keys, neighbor calls the cops = Bad day; The sixth sense

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(PHOTO: Please push. April 23. City Wharf, 15 Purdy Ave. Neighborhood issue. CALLER STATES THERE ARE SEVERAL CUSTOMERS ACTING AT CITY WHARF. 18. Supported parties left l company and have been told they are not welcome back for the 98 party.)

Where is the valet? April 21th. St. Regis Rye, 120 Old Post Road. Illegally parked vehicle. 3 vehicles parked on the sidewalk obstructing pedestrian traffic on the side of the access to the playground at 120 old post.

Gaseous. April 21th. Dogwood Lane / Highland Road. Assist Rye Fire Department. GAS LEAK REPORT. RYE FD AND CON ED ON STAGE. RYE FD BLOCKED HIGHLAND RD B/W AND S/W
AND ADVISED THAT THEY DO NOT NEED TO ACCESS THE HOUSES OF RYE. 10-98.

Landscapers, By Sea. April 21th. Watson Court / Hix Ave. Violation of city code – Other. MARINE UNIT REPORTS LANDSCAPERS POSSIBLY VIOLATING CITY CODES AT END OF HIX AVENUE. Location changed from HIX AV/DALPHIN DR to Hix AV/Watson CT. no violations found. informed part of city code 98

Lost keys, neighbor calls the cops = bad day. April 22. Central Ave. Assist Citizen. A passerby saw someone in white socks and white pants climb through a window in building A of the above address. The caller is waiting outside. RESIDENT (_________ DOB: _____) IN APARTMENT ___, DECLARED THAT HE LOST HIS KEYS AND ACCESSED HIS APARTMENT, ALL IN ORDER AT LOCATION, 98. contended.

Lock. Your. Vehicles. April 23. Avenue Stuyvesant. Suspicious person. The owner said he saw on a security camera someone searching his vehicle in the driveway about an hour prior. Spoke with the owner. Observed on video a suspect (nfd), fleeing neighbors property, wearing a headlamp walking through his vehicle. Nothing reported stolen by owner.

Lock. Your. Vehicles. April 23. Vale Place. Suspicious person. The caller said he interrupted an ongoing attempted vehicle theft which occurred last night at around 10:30 p.m. Surveyed the area for any signs of vehicle theft with negative results.

Need for guidance. April 23. RYE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GROUND, 1 Parsons Street. Burglary Alarm. central station reports movement in hallway outside room 124. car 12 and 15 avail. op #559. SPOKEN WITH A RYE HIGH SCHOOL COACH WHO HAD AN ACCESS PASS. HE
ADVISED THAT HE HAS ACCESS TO THE BUILDING UP TO 1000 HOURS EVEN ON
ON WEEKENDS HE ALSO ADVISED THE PRINCIPAL REGARDING THE FALSE ALARM. EXTERIOR CHECKED EVERYTHING SEEMS SAFE FROM WHAT CAN BE VERIFIED 10-98

Ranger Rick Down. April 23. Midland Ave. Rabid acting animal. resident of __midland ave reports a raccoon in the front yard. BACKED The raccoon had died before we arrived. The owners of the house disposing of the body. 10-98.

Please push back. April 23. Town Dock, 15 Purdy Ave. neighborhood problem. THE APPELLANT DECLARES THAT THERE ARE SEVERAL CUSTOMERS ACTING AT THE CITY WHARF. 18. Supported parties have left the company and been told they are not welcome for 98 party.

The sixth sense. April 24. North Street. Assist Citizen. 911 CALLER STATES HIS SON’S CEMETERY GROUND HAS BEEN DETERMINED AND COFFIN IS MISSING. THE CALLER WISHES TO DOCUMENT THE INCIDENT. I spoke to Jesus ____ (landscape company) and he states that the land allegedly dug up is not the land of the family members (complainants) ___ but a completely different land next to it. Photos taken on extension #3’s phone.

Referee needed. April 26. Rye Recreation Skate Park, 281 Midland Ave. Noise complaint. The caller states that a group is playing basketball after hours, disturbing his peace. Officers sent to disperse. 1 person playing basketball – told of noise complaint – rented out without incident

To extinguish. April 26. Playland Parkway. Noise complaint. Complaint of large construction trucks/equipment idling in the area. Spoke to truck driver – informed of idle code – truck was turned off.

Too much. April 26. Ruby’s Oyster Bar, 45 Purchase Street. RUBY’S OYSTER BAR & BISTRO REPORTS A PARTY WHICH IS VERY INTOXICATED OUTSIDE THEIR RESTAURANT. EMS SENT. SUPPORTED. _____ in greenwich 98.

Scrambled. April 27. Rickbern Street. neighborhood problem. THE APPELLANT DECLARES THAT HIS HOUSE WAS CLOSED LAST EVENING AROUND 10:45 PM. POSSIBLE DARK SUV INVOLVED. THE PARTY DOES NOT WANT AN OFFICIAL REPORT AT THE MOMENT. Non-urgent call. EVENT PROCESSED BY CALL TAKER.

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