Weekly Feature



2017-10-11 / Police Blotter

Resident reports suspicious dollar bill

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Oct. 2

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported that someone took an air conditioner from his back window and took items from inside also.

An Enola Avenue resident reported that someone might have tried to break into her house today. She said the door handle was bent and loose on her front door.

A Keller Avenue resident reported that a man, wearing a white shirt and glasses, entered his house while he was greeting guests.

Tuesday, Oct. 3

A Somerton Avenue resident reported that he sees a man going through his vehicle with a flashlight.

A person came to the Police Department and reported that a man came up to him swearing and swinging a bat and then tried to punch him after a traffic incident at the corner of Delaware Avenue and Allegany Avenue.

A Colvin Boulevard business clerk reported that a man is asking customers for money.

A Keller Avenue resident reported that he believes someone broke into his neighbor’s garage.

Wednesday, Oct. 4

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that items were taken from her drawers sometime last night.

A person reported that he found a package along the side of a building on Delaware Avenue.

Thursday, Oct. 5

An officer reported garbage totes tipped over on Delaware Road.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that he received a $1 bill that he feels is suspicious.

A Hamilton Boulevard resident reported that a woman living on the street does strange things, such as blocking her face when she drives by the caller’s house. She also said the woman will park across the street and watch her house.

Friday, Oct. 6

A Hamilton Boulevard resident reported that her phone isn’t working.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that her neighbor said he would burn down her house and kill her if she cut down the tree in her backyard.

A North End Avenue resident reported that her older sister is using her identity to get cable in New York City.

A person reported a possible drug deal on Delaware Avenue. She said two people exchanged money and something else and then left.

Saturday, Oct. 7

A Delaware Avenue business clerk reported that a man in a gray hoodie is hanging around outside the store trying to get people to buy him cigarettes.

A passerby reported that a woman fell in front of a bar.

A McKinley Avenue resident reported that her son is refusing to listen to her and the house rules.

Sunday, Oct. 8

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that someone stole his bicycle and left another one in its place.

A Nassau Avenue resident reported that she left her purse on the ground and thinks somebody stole it.

A Tremaine Avenue reported that a group of juveniles damaged a vehicle in his driveway.

Total calls: 266

(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.)

Return to top