Weekly Feature



2017-09-13 / Police Blotter

Resident reports man bothering his dogs

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Sept. 4

A Tremaine Avenue resident said her vehicle was broken into overnight.

An Argonne Drive resident reported returning home and noticing a TV missing from an upstairs bedroom.

A passerby reported a man lying in the middle of a parking lot next to a bicycle.

Tuesday, Sept. 5

A Chapel Road resident said a family friend used her bank card without her permission.

A Somerton Avenue resident reported that there are two men fighting in front of his house.

A woman came to the station to report a man on Military Road near Kenmore Avenue who was on the ground with a beer in his hand.

A caller said he is having a verbal dispute with his live-in girlfriend and now wants her out of the house.

Wednesday, Sept. 6

A Shepard Avenue resident reported a suspicious vehicle in the middle of the street for 15 minutes.

A Euclid Avenue resident reported a man in his early 20s, possibly intoxicated, who is standing in the street taking photographs of a vehicle.

A Parkwood Avenue resident reported that a man is on a porch yelling obscenities to himself.

Thursday, Sept. 7

An Elmwood Avenue resident said he keeps getting phone calls from the same number, and he feels it’s harassment.

An Argonne Drive resident reported that an unknown person or persons entered her Chevy Traverse, which was unlocked and parked in the driveway, sometime last night. She said her vehicle door was left ajar, which drained the battery. Small change was taken, and other items were thrown inside.

A Hiler Avenue resident reported that his unlocked vehicles, which were parked in his driveway, were gone through sometime last night. Nothing was taken, but items were tossed around.

Friday, Sept. 8

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported a suspicious man who was leaning up against his fence and bothering his dogs.

Patrol reported being out with a male party who was throwing garbage cans at a Delaware Avenue business.

Saturday, Sept. 9

A Westgate Road resident said she found miscellaneous property belonging to a man in her yard.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported a couple in the apartment building who are yelling at one another and also playing their music at an unreasonable volume.

A Delaware Road resident said he would like to speak to an officer in regard to two youths who were littering.

Sunday, Sept. 10

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported loud music coming from a vehicle in the driveway. The vehicle doesn’t belong at the residence.

A Hamilton Boulevard resident reported hearing a beeping noise in his residence and a humming noise in the basement.

Total calls: 269

(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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