Weekly Feature



2017-02-08 / Police Blotter

Woman reports ex’s drug dealer following her

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Jan. 30

An Elmwood Avenue business clerk reported that a man, dressed in a black coat and tan pants, took merchandise from the store and left without paying.

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that a dog has been barking for the past few hours.

A Tremaine Avenue resident said her uncle took her house keys yesterday.

Tuesday, Jan. 31

A woman said a tall man wearing a checkered jacket with a gray hoodie took a bottle of gin from an Elmwood Avenue business and headed south on the street.

A Wabash Avenue resident reported that someone took his bicycle sometime last night.

A West Girard Boulevard resident said there is a black vehicle parked about 3 feet into his driveway and has been there overnight.

Wednesday, Feb. 1

A Parkwood Avenue resident said it looks like someone tried to pry her back door open.

A Euclid Avenue resident reported that the residence next door has a gutter hanging down and she is afraid it will fall on her car, which needs to be parked in the driveway.

Thursday, Feb. 2

A man reported that there are around three or four kids fighting in the street on Euclid Avenue.

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that she was bitten by the downstairs tenant’s dog earlier today.

A Eugene Avenue resident said he would like to speak to an officer about threats he is receiving. He said he believes a cousin of his has taken money from him and may come back to take some property. He also said he doesn’t want to press charges.

Friday, Feb. 3

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that she is being followed by her ex-boyfriend’s drug dealer.

A Winchester Place resident called police and said he no longer wants his daughter using his vehicle.

A resident from Crosby Avenue reported that someone keeps ringing her doorbell multiple times and she is concerned.

A Eugene Avenue resident reported that someone has taken his jewelry from inside his residence and has left.

Saturday, Feb. 4

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that two of his vehicles were entered sometime overnight. Only change was taken.

A Eugene Avenue resident reported that he found two bikes and he believes they are stolen, and he also heard a house alarm going off in the area.

Sunday, Feb. 5

A Shepard Avenue resident reported that her TV was taken from her home. Patrols reported that no larceny occurred and the resident’s TV wasn’t working.

A patrol reported stopping a registered vehicle that had a forged inspection sticker.

A Nassau Avenue resident reported that a black Toyota Camry was blocking his driveway and parked on the snow.

Total calls: 240

(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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