Weekly Feature



2015-06-05 / Police Blotter

Couple’s loud talking not a fight, just hearing loss

Village of Kenmore

Friday, May 22

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported that while she was waiting at a red light a short female approached her vehicle that she did not know.

A Somerton Avenue resident reported that a truck drove over her lawn, damaging property.

A Delaware Road resident reported receiving harassing text messages.

A Victoria Boulevard resident reportedthatwhilehewasridinghis bicycle he saw a child with a knife.

Saturday, May 23

A Euclid Avenue resident reported getting into an argument with her brother.

A Washington Avenue resident reported finding her late husband’s gun while cleaning.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that loud music was coming from a nearby vehicle.

Sunday, May 24

A West Girard Boulevard resident reported that there was broken glass in the street.

Patrol reported that a 4-year-old girl had fallen off her bicycle at Tremont and Wilbur avenues.

A Parkwood Avenue resident came to the police station with two dogs she found at Parkwood and Myron avenues.

Monday, May 25

A Nassau Avenue resident reported that his dog was attacked by another dog on the street.

A Palmer Avenue resident reported that a man was yelling at a woman in a wheelchair in a nearby house. Police spoke with the couple, and the woman said she is hard of hearing and speaks loudly.

A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported that there was a loud party nearby, and her children couldn’t go to sleep.

Tuesday, May 26

A Washington Avenue resident reported that a neighbor’s garage door was open, which was unusual.

A Nassau Avenue resident reported that neighbors were playing loud music.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that someone went through her vehicle the previous evening.

Wednesday, May 27

Patrol reported moving along students on Delaware Road.

A Victoria Boulevard resident reported that a man on the street was not taking his medications and was living in unhealthy conditions.

A Washington Avenue resident reported that there was a motorcycle parked on the sidewalk.

Thursday, May 28

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that an unknown person shot a BB gun at her car window.

A Delwood Road resident reported that there were illegally parked cars in a nearby parking lot.

A Crosby Avenue resident reported that youths were playing basketball nearby and it was after hours.

(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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