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PB: 6/19

by Marge Gunderson
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PB: 6/19

By Marge Gunderson

Police Blotter

 

6/13: Please Con-firm. Elmwood Avenue caller stated his son let Con Ed employee into residence. Wanted party to leave and prove he actually was with Con Ed.

 

6/13: Caller stated she was walking into Rye Gardens when two dogs came running after her dogs. No harm done to complainant dogs.

 

6/13: Complainant stated there were youths shooting BB gun on Apawamis Club property.

 

6/13: Scam scram. Rickbern Street caller stated she received package she did not order. Shortly after receiving it, approximately 50-year-old Hispanic male rang doorbell and stated he was there to pick up package. Caller did not give it to him, party left area in black SUV.

 

6/11: Suspicious vehicle. Black pickup truck parked unoccupied, Cayuga Street, 9:03 a.m. Was landscaper waiting for his crew. No crime committed.

 

6/11: Leaf Blowers reported in use, Theodore Fremd Avenue. No leaf blowers, just trimmers.

 

6/11: Husky reported wandering streets without leash on daily basis in Locust Avenue area. YMCA was concerned since camp scheduled to start soon. Spoke to dog owner about maintaining dog on leash.

 

6/11: Thou shall not Theall. Complainant reported dropping her wallet. Cameras at Theall Road location showed vendor picking up wallet, not returning it. Incident report, sworn statement, owner’s deposition prepared.

 

6/11: Complainant stated check was sent to his home address, was never delivered, but was cashed with forged signature.

 

6/11: Final Descent/Dissent???. Female complainant called, yelling for police. School security having issue with someone. Party dressed in Dinosaur outfit in altercation with youth near bond vote polling place.

 

6/10: Martin Butler Court resident reported his black Audi A7 was stolen from his driveway overnight.

 

6/10: Somers Security reported glass break at G. Griffin Wine, Forest Avenue.

 

6/10: Caller reported gray Toyota with Connecticut plates was parked blocking lane of traffic, Old Post Road/Playland Access Drive. Summons issued.

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