Weekly Feature



2018-02-07 / Police Blotter

Resident reports missing refrigerator

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Jan. 29

• A woman came to the Police Department to report that her purse was stolen at an Elmwood Avenue business.

• A Stillwell Avenue resident reported a couple of people arguing in front of a house.

An employee of a Kenmore Avenue business reported that a woman was panhandling.

Tuesday, Jan. 30

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that his son is out of control.

A passing motorist reported that a woman in a tan coat came running up to his vehicle on Delaware Avenue. He said he didn’t stop.

A caller said he would like to speak to an officer about an ex-employee who was in a Delaware Avenue building last night. The employee is not welcome on the property and has been told that.

Wednesday, Jan. 31

A Hoover Avenue resident reported that two men were in his backyard. When questioned as to what they were doing, one said, “Don’t worry about it.” The men then exited toward Military Road.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that her basement refrigerator is missing.

Thursday, Feb. 1

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported that someone entered two unlocked vehicles that were parked in his driveway sometime last night. He said items were tossed around and he found a flashlight in one of the vehicles that doesn’t belong to him.

A person came to the Police Department requesting advice regarding her 15-year-old stepson who has recently been taking money from the house.

A Hamilton Boulevard resident reported that a man in a black truck with an “FX 4” on the back took a photograph of her residence and was last seen headed toward Elmwood Avenue.

Friday, Feb. 2

A Westgate Road resident reported that there is a suspicious man in a dark hoodie who seemed to be scoping out her neighbor’s house and trying to gain access while the residents aren’t home.

An officer reported that a 14- and 15-year-old brother and sister were arguing about something being thrown away.

A Nassau Avenue resident reported receiving suspicious phone calls.

Saturday, Feb. 3

A Hoover Avenue resident reported that he was itchy all over. He was transported to Kenmore Mercy Hospital.

An employee of a Colvin Boulevard business reported a man with a neon green backpack who is not welcome in the store.

A woman reported that a man tried to take her money at an Elmwood Avenue business.

Sunday, Feb. 4

A Warren Avenue resident reported that her husband punched her in the face and then took her phone and left.

A Nassau Avenue resident reported that his upstairs neighbor is acting out of control and banging on walls and yelling.

A person came to the Police Department to report that a neighbor on Washington Avenue is constantly using the complainant’s exterior electrical outlet.

Total calls: 238

(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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