Weekly Feature

2017-03-22 / Police Blotter

Man yells at neighbor for ‘stealing shovel’

Village of Kenmore

Monday, March 13

A Kenmore Avenue resident said he sold his car to a friend of his a week ago and the friend has not paid him for the vehicle.

An officer reported stopping a New York-registered vehicle and found it to have been suspended in January.

Tuesday, March 14

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that a dog has been barking outside for an hour.

A man from a Delaware Avenue business reported that there is a vehicle on the sidewalk that struck a sign.

A Kinsey Avenue resident said her neighbor is blowing snow into her driveway and the street.

A woman reported another woman who ran into a Delaware Avenue store saying she was being chased. There was a man outside the store waiting for her, and the woman appeared to be intoxicated or on drugs.

Wednesday, March 15

A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported that someone struck his vehicle while it was parked in the street.

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident said a man in the lower apartment started an argument with her and then offered her drugs.

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that a man used his shoulder to push the side door in and entered the house.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported receiving a package and doesn’t know what to do with it. An officer said she had forgotten that she ordered batteries.

A Shepard Avenue resident reported being dive-bombed by a bird in the basement.

Thursday, March 16

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that his neighbor is banging on his walls and yelling that he stole his shovel.

Friday, March 17

A Wabash Avenue resident said residents aren’t shoveling the snow off the sidewalk and children have to stand in the street while waiting for the bus.

A Westgate Road resident reported that her ex-boyfriend is trying to take their children without a car seat.

A woman came to the Police Department to report that her son is receiving threatening text messages from children at school.

Saturday, March 18

A passerby reported that a gray convertible with the top down is driving at approximately 60 mph. He was last seen heading south on Delaware Avenue.

Sunday, March 19

A West Girard Boulevard resident reported a suspicious black BMW parked on Douglas Place.

Total calls: 247

(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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