Weekly Feature

2016-07-20 / Police Blotter

Village of Kenmore

Monday, July 11

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported a barking dog that was chained up outside.

A passerby reported a woman wearing a dark hoodie and jeans, who was sitting at the curb at Wabash and Wilber avenues, crying.

A woman came to the Kenmore Police Department to report her concern for a woman in her 60s who doesn’t leave her residence on Wardman Road. The woman said the daughter of the woman verbally abuses her, and she thinks the daughter is on drugs.

Tuesday, July 12

A Kenton Road resident reported that someone is flying a drone with a camera on it and it’s hovering outside her window.

A man reported that a another man was down on the ground in the area of Kenmore and Elmwood avenues. Patrols said the individual was just sleeping.

Patrols assisted a woman into her Delwood Road apartment.

The woman had said there were strange people out front.

Wednesday, July 13

• A Warren Avenue resident came to the Kenmore Police Department to report larceny of a package, delivered from UPS, from her residence yesterday. Three uniforms for her daughter’s school were in the package.

A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that her son is refusing to give her the house keys.

Thursday, July 14

A Kinsey Avenue resident came home and noticed that her screen was out of the front window. Patrols went through the house, and nothing was disturbed.

A Parkwood Avenue resident reported smelling smoke somewhere in her house and that the smoke detector was going off. It was reported that the smell was coming from an overheated power supply on a computer.

Friday, July 15

A man came to the Kenmore

Police Department to report that he had checks stolen from his business.

A woman reported that she was attacked by her taxi driver.

A Crosby Avenue resident reported that she received a call from someone stating that she owed money. Patrols reported that it was a scam and not to give the caller her information.

Saturday, July 16

A manager at a Tremaine Avenue business said he would like two men and one woman to stop calling the business. The driver forgot bleu cheese with the food he delivered. He reported that the group has been calling and screaming at the staff for more than 20 minutes.

A Hamilton Boulevard resident reported that two youths were in her backyard and left in a white four-door vehicle.

Sunday, June 17

An East Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that there is a man outside his house who is bothering him and smells of weed.

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that he could hear someone yelling help. A man was stuck in his garage.

A Mang Avenue resident said children are shooting BB guns at her back door.

Total calls: 218

(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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