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11/12: He came, he sawed, he concurred. Sargent reported single person cutting down trees with chainsaw, BPR Snow Dump area, 12:38 p.m. Spoke to party, who claimed he was clearing cut trees that belonged to BPR property. Party stopped work, agreed to contact DPW next day, as per DPW foreman.


11/15: Officer observed heavy equipment trailer blocking s/b lane on Highland Road by Dogwood Lane. Spoke with foreman, stated he would move trailer to side of road, have worker stand by to monitor traffic flow.


11/14: Complainant reported license plates missing from vehicle.


11/14: Orchard Avenue caller stated her driveway was blocked by gray vehicle. Upon arrival, vehicle was being moved. Warning issued.


11/14: Vente-ing. Customer reported yelling at Starbuck?s staff.


11/14: Cementing the relationship. Assisted citizen. Construction crew on private property, Walnut Street, 4:30 p.m. Officer spoke to foreman about washing out concrete truck on private property. Contractor thought it would be okay, since it was also construction site. He apologized to owner.


11/13: Walk-in reported stolen license plates.


11/13: Caller reported flooding condition, Central Avenue, 9:29 a.m. Leaves were blocking basin. DPW notified.


11/13: Complainant stated he overheard party make threats towards police and/or security staff, Marshlands Conservancy.


11/13: Caller reported hit-and-run accident, damage in Theall Road parking lot.


11/13: Hook Road resident reported gas truck blocking her driveway.


11/13: Caller reported laptop case sitting on bench, s/b platform at train station. Assisted MTA police.


11/13: Flat out awful. Caller reported male slashed her tires in back of Rye Country Day School parking lot, 6:48 p.m. Canvassed area, negative results.


11/13: Black Honda Accord reported with no lights on, swerving across double-yellow line. GOA.


11/13: Nine Rules of the Road summonses/warnings issued, 9-11 p.m., from Station Plaza to Marshlands.


11/12: Extra Sensory Deception. Officers requested to respond to disturbance, Cottage Street, 9:38 a.m. PCPD unsure if alarm call or dispute and may have been in RPD jurisdiction. No disturbance. Resident advised it was accidental alarm activation due to bad sensor.


11/12: Truce. Construction on holiday, Fulton Avenue, 7:23 a.m. Condition corrected as crew was setting up, advised no work on Veterans Day.


11/12: Caller stated silver sedan with flat tire had been parked for three weeks and had not moved, Central, between Summit and Maple avenues. Parked legally.


11/11: To sleep, perchance to dream? Noise complaint, Forest/Turf avenues, 2:36 a.m. Group of youths in the street. GOA.


11/11: Caller reported more than one piece of lawn equipment at one time, crew was threatening him, Forest/Oakwood avenues. Upon arrival, officer observed landscapers using only rakes, not leaf blowers. Spoke with boss about City Code and talking to residents in threatening way. They complied, stated they were not speaking that way.


11/11: Insta-scram. Suspicious vehicle, Milton Road/Playland Parkway, 4:48 p.m. White sedan, tinted windows, male subject taking photos of area. Party was taking photos of his girlfriend. Asked to leave area.


11/11: Retrieved, most likely. Dog complaint. Loose Labrador reported running around area of Brookdale Place/Milton Road. Canvassed are with no result.


11/10: Armored truck reported that a car struck their vehicle, left scene, Elm Place/Purchase Street, 4:07 p.m. No damage, but driver wanted to document.


11/10: Neighborhood trouble, Rye Golf Club/Jay Estate, 7:26 p.m. Caller stated he was passing by Jay Estate when he thought he observed three males spotlighting deer. He believed one had a flashlight. Parties left from RGC without further incident. GOA.


11/9: Early bird catches word. Suspicious vehicle, Walden Lane, 5:15 a.m. Caller reported car idling in front of his home. Man had traveled from Ohio to visit friends in Rye, but he?d arrived an hour early. Just biding his time.


11/9: Caller stated three people walking around his Pine Lane house. He was not home, watching from his camera system. GOA.


11/9: Epidemic. Caller stated vehicle hit his car parked on Purchase Street outside Webster Bank.


11/9: Flooding condition reported, Blind Brook Lane/Purchase Street, 7:54 p.m. DPW responding.


11/8: Suspicious person reported trying to sell food from his Toyota Tacoma, Oakwood Avenue. GOA.


11/8: Two people observed fishing on rocks next to Playland Pier, posted ?keep off?. Subjects escorted off rocks.


11/6: Caller stated UPS driver was talking to himself, yelling. She believed he might have been drunk, Rye Road, 4:18 p.m. GOA.


11/5: Unregistered vehicle, $770 in parking tickets. Towed.

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