Weekly Feature



2015-09-02 / Police Blotter

Resident gets stuck between bed, wall, calls police

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Aug. 24

A Tremont Avenue resident reported that a neighbor was playing music in the garage at an excessive volume.

Tuesday, Aug. 25

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that there was a bat in the house. A Delaware Avenue resident called police to report that she was stuck between the bed and the wall.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that there was a noise coming from her neighbor’s apartment that sounded like the banging of pipes. A Euclid Avenue resident reported that her bicycle was stolen about 30 minutes prior to her reporting the incident. A Euclid Avenue resident reported that there sounded as if there was an animal in distress nearby.

Wednesday, Aug. 26

A Chapel Road resident reported that his ex-wife was ringing the doorbell repeatedly and would not leave. A Keller Avenue resident reported that the streetlight went out, and she saw a suspicious person in all black clothing looking into a vehicle. Police checked the area but could not find anyone who matched the description. A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that a person in dark clothing was in her yard near her garage. Police checked the area but could not locate the person.

Thursday, Aug. 27

A McKinley Avenue resident reported that there was a bat in her home. A Stillwell Avenue resident

reported that he found a radar detector in shrubs in his yard. A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported seeing a group of youths on her neighbor’s roof and that they jumped off and ran away. She said it was an ongoing problem.

Friday, Aug. 28

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that her vehicle was entered sometime during the previous night. A Keller Avenue resident reported that two boys on bicycles and two girls on foot moved a stop sign into the middle of the road. The group was last seen heading toward Mang Park. Police checked the area but could not locate them. The sign was

moved back to its original location.

Saturday, Aug. 29

A Chapel Road resident reported there being a “bat situation” in the building where he lives. Police advised him to contact his landlord.

Sunday, Aug. 30

A Wardman Road resident reported that two dogs have been barking on the street for nearly four hours and that this is an ongoing issue. (Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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