Weekly Feature

2016-06-15 / Police Blotter

Resident reports missing area rug

Village of Kenmore

Monday, June 6

• A Nassau Avenue resident said loud music was being played in the area.

A man reported a group of people on Kinsey Avenue yelling and screaming at one another.

Tuesday, June 7

A Delaware Avenue resident said an unknown person( s) took $35.

A caller reported a white Chrysler driving recklessly. An officer stopped the vehicle at Victoria Boulevard and Elmwood Avenue, and the party was advised.

A Washington Avenue resident said there is a vehicle blocking her driveway and she can’t get out.

Wednesday, June 8

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that someone took a “Bernie” political sign, off her lawn sometime overnight. She thought a Hillary Clinton supporter may have done it.

A McKinley Avenue resident said she thinks her cleaning woman took property from her house.

Thursday, June 9

A third party called, reporting arguing going on in a Kenmore Avenue residence. It was the father telling the kids to get to bed. Officers reported no problem.

A man reported that there are workers on location and one was caught on video taking items from a jewelry box on Wardman Road.

A Colvin Boulevard resident called to report a woman wearing blue jeans, a red baseball cap and a dark green backpack who came to his door trying to sell some items.

Friday, June 10

• A Wardman Road resident reported that a woman riding a blue bike was going door to door trying to sell children learning items. She said the woman was being very pushy.

A Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that someone tried to enter her house through the locked front door. She said she didn’t see anyone in the area.

Saturday, June 11

A passerby reported reckless operation of a vehicle on Hamilton Boulevard. The driver was veering to the wrong side of the road, stopping at green lights and traveling at a slow rate of speed.

Sunday, June 12

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that there is an area rug missing from her hallway. An officer reported that the rug is right where the resident left it.

Total calls: 213

(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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