Weekly Feature

2017-05-24 / Police Blotter

Woman reports that her phones don’t work

Village of Kenmore

Monday, May 15

A Lincoln Boulevard resident said her brother kicked her bedroom door in for no reason and is being very argumentative.

A Tremont Avenue resident reported that someone entered her vehicle last night and took gift cards and other items.

An officer reported a loose dog at Delaware Road and Courier Boulevard.

Tuesday, May 16

An Enola Avenue resident said his neighbor removed stakes that he had on his property.

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that on Sunday afternoon, her rental van was taken by someone she knows.

An Elmwood Avenue business owner reported that a woman just shoplifted from his store.

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported being harassed by a resident in the apartment building.

Wednesday, May 17

A Parkwood Avenue resident reported hearing a buzzing in the backyard and can’t locate the source.

A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported a loud party at the neighbors’.

An Elmwood Avenue business reported that a woman will be picking up a prescription, and the paperwork attached states that she’s a missing person.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that a man in an apartment is banging on the floor and disrupting business.

Thursday, May 18

A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that someone went through her unlocked vehicle that was parked in her driveway overnight. She said loose change and a GPS were taken.

An Elmwood Avenue resident said a man in the building behind her appears to have a video camera pointed at her daughter’s window.

A caller said a man wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans took a beer and got on a bus.

Friday, May 19

A man reported a driver in a registered vehicle driving recklessly south on Delaware Avenue from Courier Boulevard.

A Crosby Avenue resident reported that her friend is drunk and won’t leave.

There was an anonymous report of a large bonfire in a Parkwood Avenue backyard.

Saturday, May 20

A Shepard Avenue resident said none of her phones are working. She said they cannot be used to make outgoing calls, although she called police from her home phone.

A Somerton Avenue resident reported that her tenants are not home and their dog has been barking all day.

A Hiler Avenue resident said his girlfriend threw her shoes at him and hit him.

Sunday, May 21

A male reported being at a park where two other males with whom he went to school pulled a knife on him and told him to empty his pockets and give them all his money.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported two girls in a gray sedan parked outside her house who she believes may be drinking alcohol.

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported that her granddaughter stole money from her. Total calls: 271

(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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