Weekly Feature



2015-12-09 / Police Blotter

More break-ins reported, valuables taken

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Nov. 30

A Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that someone had gone through her unlocked vehicle while it was parked in her driveway, but nothing was taken.

A man reported that when he was going to work, someone left a gas can full of gas near his car.

A female resident requested to speak to an officer after receiving a disturbing message through Twitter. She was advised to block the sender, whom she does not know.

A Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that her wallet had been taken from her unlocked car while it was parked in her driveway.

Tuesday, Dec. 1

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that $10 in change, a broken CD player and a few CDs were taken from her unlocked vehicle, which was parked in her driveway.

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported that his car had been gone through while parked in his driveway overnight and loose change had been taken.

Another Victoria Boulevard resident reported that her unlocked car had been gone through and a GPS was taken.

Police arrested a man for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs.

Wednesday, Dec. 2

Police searched the area surrounding an elementary school after a woman reported seeing a man looking in the windows with a flashlight at night.

Thursday, Dec. 3

A Mang Avenue resident reported that his furnace had been making noises all day. Police found no problems with his furnace.

Police responded to a report of a man who ran out of a Delaware Avenue store with three cosmetic gift boxes.

A Keller Avenue resident reported that a UPS package was taken before she arrived home.

Friday, Dec. 4

A woman reported that her phone had fallen out of her purse at a Delaware Avenue pharmacy. One of the employees found it, but the SIM card was missing. Police spoke to a man who said the SIM card was at his mother’s house and he would bring it to the police station.

Saturday, Dec. 5

A Tremont Avenue resident reported that someone entered his vehicle overnight and took his wallet.

A Wabash Avenue resident told police her unlocked vehicle had been entered overnight and only loose change had been taken.

Sunday, Dec. 6

Police responded to a report of a strong smell of natural gas in the area of Delaware Road and Delwood Road near where a utility crew had been working. The company said they are aware of a leak at Deerhurst and Delaware Road.

Total calls: 309

(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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