Weekly Feature



2014-12-03 / Police Blotter

Man reportedly going door-to-door selling tickets

Village of Kenmore

Friday, Nov. 21

• An Elmwood Avenue resident reported he saw a yellow side door open earlier that morning but that it has since been closed.

• Patrol reported that a weight limit sign was down on Military Road. The Department of Public Works was notified.

• A Wabash Avenue resident reported that the fire hydrant was leaking. The Department of Public Works was notified.

• A Crosby Avenue resident reported that she and her mother were out walking their dog when another dog from the neighborhood came out of its house and attacked their dog. In the process, they were knocked over.

Saturday, Nov. 22

• A Kenmore Avenue resident reported a fight in a nearby church parking lot.

• A west Girard Boulevard resident reported that his upstairs neighbor had him blocked in his driveway and he could not get out. Police called the upstairs tenant, and the car was subsequently moved from the driveway.

• A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported her landlord entered her apartment while she was gone. Police found that it was not the landlord but the complainant’s sister.

• A Kenmore Avenue resident reported a dog had been outside barking for the past three days.

• Mike’s Subs reported that there was a woman inside the restaurant who refused to leave.

Sunday, Nov. 23

• A Keller Avenue resident reported that there was a dead rat in front of his home.

• A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that her apartment has bed bugs. She was advised that an exterminator would be called on Monday.

• A Knowlton Avenue resident reported that a person was going door-to-door selling tickets. Police searched the area but were unable to locate the subject.

• A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported seeing a loose Chihuahua in the area.

Monday, Nov. 24

• A Warren Avenue resident reported that there was a loose white pitbull in the area.

• A Hoover Avenue resident reported there were some large branches down in the area. The Department of Public Works was notified.

• A Washington Avenue woman reported that she was being harassed by a neighbor, who was also damaging her property.

Tuesday, Nov. 25

• A Knowlton Avenue resident reported that there was a suspicious man on her front porch.

• A Wabash Avenue resident reported that she locked herself out of her house.

• A Somerton Avenue resident requested a welfare check on her mother.

Wednesday, Nov. 26

• A Delaware Road resident reported there was a bat in his house.

• A Charleston Avenue resident reported her neighbor was blowing his leaves all over the street. Police found that there was no problem. The leaves were by the curb.

• An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that there was a man yelling and screaming in the parking lot.

Thursday, Nov. 27

• An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that she found a credit card in the grass in front of the Rite Aid.

• A Chapel Road resident reported that she was being harassed by a woman who was at her father’s house.

• A Keller Avenue resident reported that there was a fight between a group of people outside. She also reported that someone smashed the window on the back of her vehicle.

(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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