Weekly Feature

2017-04-19 / Police Blotter

Clerk reports man breaking windows

Village of Kenmore

Monday, April 10

A passer-by reported a man with a baseball cap drinking out of a plastic bag and appearing to be hitting something in a stroller.

A Knowlton Avenue resident said the front door is open and no one is around.

A caller reported a loose Dalmatian/pit bull puppy mix in his backyard.

Tuesday, April 11

The clerk in a Delaware Avenue business said he had a theft of some beer about 20 minutes before the call.

An East Hazeltine Avenue resident said someone had been shooting Airsoft pellets at the back of her house.

A woman said she heard a loud bang, possibly a gunshot, in the area of North End Avenue.

A Wardman Road resident reported that an unknown person hit his vehicle, which was parked in the street.

Wednesday, April 12

A Winchester Place resident reported that her 17-year-old is out of control and won’t leave the house.

A Mang Avenue resident said someone broke into his home.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported being locked out of her apartment.

A Stillwell Avenue resident reported loud music that has been played for four days.

Thursday, April 13

A woman said there is a 7-year-old driving a van up and down the driveway with no adult supervision.

A man said he was passing by Parkwood Avenue at Colvin Boulevard and on the sidewalk, he saw a 5- to 7-year-old sitting on the concrete who looks sad.

Friday, April 14

A man called the police to report that cake was smeared on the front doors of a church. He said vulgarities were written on the doors as well.

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that someone is setting off fireworks on Kenmore Avenue or in that vicinity.

A Delwood Avenue resident reported that two intoxicated males threw garbage on his neighbor’s lawn and then left in a white Jeep headed west.

Saturday, April 15

• A Hoover Avenue resident reported that a resident left a house with no shoes on. He said he is concerned for the person’s welfare.

An employee of a Kenmore Avenue business reported that an irate male was breaking the store windows.

A Shepard Avenue resident called police to report that someone has changed her garage door opener.

Sunday, April 16

A Lincoln Boulevard resident said her daughter hit her neighbor’s car.

A Wabash Avenue resident said someone left gifts for her and her children. She believes it is her father-in-law who was recently released from prison. She said she doesn’t want him on the property or near her children.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that tenants in the apartment are making loud noises on purpose and it’s bothering him.

Total calls: 273

(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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