Weekly Feature

2016-12-07 / Police Blotter

Man invades home, makes off with TV

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Nov. 28

A Wabash Avenue resident reported hearing someone yelling “don’t touch me” in the area. Patrols located the subjects and reported that a woman’s son was upset and didn’t want to get on the school bus.

A Kenwood Road resident said another resident keeps putting a large pile of leaves in the street in front of his parked car.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that a large truck illegally parked and blocked her driveway and she is unable to get out.

Tuesday, Nov. 29

A person reported that he and his friend were pushed by a 12-year-old on Victoria Boulevard.

A Warren Avenue resident reported that the water will not drain out of her basement.

Wednesday, Nov. 30

• A person reported a man in a white T-shirt and jeans, who was barefoot, came out of her mother’s garage and is heading down Tremaine Avenue toward Elmwood Avenue.

A Wardman Road resident reported that a man, wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a baseball cap, entered her vehicle. He was also wearing a planter on his head to shield himself from the rain. She said no items were taken from her vehicle.

A passerby reported two kids fighting in a Delaware Avenue business parking lot and the parents are just watching them fight. Patrols reported that the kids were just fooling around and there wasn’t a problem.

Thursday, Dec. 1

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that she is receiving harassing text messages from someone who was evicted.

A Warren Avenue resident reported that a man pushed his way into the house and took a TV.

A Hamilton Boulevard resident said someone rang his doorbell and left the area.

Friday, Dec. 2

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported that someone stole $3 in change from her unlocked vehicle that was parked in her driveway behind a fence.

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that she heard someone in her home. Patrols conducted a walk-through, and no one was there.

Saturday, Dec. 3

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that her son threw out a bag of food because he was angry at her.

A Shepard Avenue resident said she would like to speak to an officer regarding not being able to leave her home because someone was outside her house.

Numerous callers reported a white motorcycle racing up and down Enola Avenue at a high rate of speed.

Sunday, Dec. 4

A Hoover Avenue resident would like to speak to someone because he thinks his checks are lower than what they should be, and he thinks the state is taking too much money out of his checks.

Total calls: 210

(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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