Weekly Feature



2017-03-01 / Police Blotter

Youths try to destroy front of business

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Feb. 20

An East Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that her house was egged overnight. She said this is the second time it has happened in the last week.

A caller said he found a small child walking on Kenmore Avenue.

A Rowley Avenue resident reported a dog running loose in the area.

Tuesday, Feb. 21

A man came to the department to report rings stolen from his home by his daughter.

Wednesday, Feb. 22

A Westgate Road resident reported that their landlord exposed himself to her and her daughter.

An owner of a Delaware Avenue business reported that several youths were attempting to damage the front of his business.

A North End Avenue resident said a neighbor is in his basement pounding and it’s keeping him awake.

Thursday, Feb. 23

A Washington Avenue resident reported two cars parked on the wrong side of the street.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported a loud party in an apartment building.

Friday, Feb. 24

A Shepard Avenue resident reported a group of men who parked a white Honda, got out of the vehicle, and began running up and down the street.

A man reported that he was on a bicycle ride when he found a gun. He turned the gun over to patrols.

A Eugene Avenue resident said his neighbors are running remote-control cars down the street.

Saturday, Feb. 25

A passerby reported a man walking on Elmwood Avenue who appears to be intoxicated and is speaking incoherently.

A passerby reported that a man in a dark brown truck exited his vehicle and mumbled something and got back into his vehicle.

Sunday, Feb. 26

An East Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that she heard her gate open.

A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that her car had smoke being emitted from under the hood.

Total calls: 243

(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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