Weekly Feature

2017-05-17 / Police Blotter

Man reports mean girlfriend

Village of Kenmore

Monday, May 8

A West Girard Avenue resident reported that someone went through her vehicle sometime overnight. Her registration and insurance card were taken.

A man said there were children who were causing problems inside a Delaware Road business. He also reported that the kids are now outside and causing a disturbance.

An officer reported stopping a New York-registered vehicle and finding a forged inspection sticker affixed to the windshield.

Tuesday, May 9

• A man reported that a resident on Somerton Avenue is taking other residents’ recycle bins.

An officer reported checking a vehicle on Warren Avenue after finding it parked with the dome light on.

Wednesday, May 10

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident said his 15-year-old son is refusing to go to school.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that his girlfriend punched him in the head and is being mean.

A Delaware Avenue business clerk said two men just left the store and he has a video of one of the men taking some socks and putting the socks into his pants.

A Wabash Avenue resident said several youths are attempting to break into her home.

Thursday, May 11

A Marquette Avenue resident said she believes someone tried to enter her garage last night.

Police received numerous calls reporting a man swinging a bat at a passerby on Kenmore Avenue. The man had no shirt on and was wearing black sweat pants with a white stripe.

Friday, May 12

A man reported that a group of five or six youths were walking down Lasalle Avenue toward Delaware Avenue and were using foul language.

A man reported that he was being mistreated by his payee. Patrol said the man was advised not to call police because he wants a new couch.

Saturday, May 13

A man said a Delaware Avenue business is playing disco music too loudly.

A Lasalle Avenue resident reported that two teenage males, one wearing a blue hoodie and the other a red hoodie, took the bicycle from her neighbor’s house across the street.

A Warren Avenue resident reported that neighbors entered her backyard and destroyed her flowers.

A woman reported that a man wearing a brown hoodie was watching children at a playground and talking with them. She said it didn’t appear that he had any kids with him.

Sunday, May 14

A passerby reported an elderly woman walking in the middle of the roadway pushing a shopping cart.

A man called police and said his 20-year-old foster daughter is on the roof and he can’t get her to come down.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported that someone broke into her vehicle sometime overnight and took change.

Total calls: 238

(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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