Weekly Feature



2017-03-15 / Police Blotter

Woman reports underage drinking

Village of Kenmore

Monday, March 6

A Stillwell Avenue resident said her downstairs neighbors are yelling at each other again.

A Kenton Road resident reported that there are workers in his residence who are threatening to beat him up and cornered him.

A Eugene Avenue resident reported that workers next door took down part of her fence and refused to replace it unless she can prove it is her fence.

Tuesday, March 7

A Colvin Boulevard business employee said there is an older male wearing a black coat who keeps asking customers for money. The employee said the man had a dog with him.

A Hoover Avenue resident reported a loose dog in front of her house.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that she locked herself out of her apartment.

Wednesday, March 8

A Lincoln Boulevard resident said his landlord is intentionally stomping on the floor in the upper apartment, which is waking up his children.

An officer checked on a man who returned to his parked vehicle and found his car toilet-papered and covered in shaving cream.

A woman said a large tree fell onto a house on Washington Avenue.

A Delaware Road resident reported a tree that fell down and damaged two cars across the street.

A LaSalle Avenue resident reported that she found a large ring of keys hanging on a tree in front of her house.

Thursday, March 9

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported a man outside going through garbage.

Friday, March 10

A Crosby Avenue resident reported a man who was walking his three dogs without a leash.

Saturday, March 11

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that her neighbor is playing music extremely loudly and screaming to himself.

A woman called police to report that underage drinking was going on at a residence on Keller Avenue. She said her granddaughter came from the house.

Sunday, March 12

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported a stop sign on the ground with tire tracks on it. He reported that he heard a loud noise around 11 p.m. and thinks someone ran it over.

Total calls: 285

(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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