Weekly Feature



2018-01-03 / Police Blotter

Woman says someone is controlling her blinds

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Dec. 25

A caller reported a living room motion detector going off. The key holder was contacted but was out of town.

Tuesday, Dec. 26

An Argonne Drive resident reported that loud music has been playing in the area for three hours.

A Kinsey Avenue resident complained that her neighbor is snow-blowing and the snow is hitting her house.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported a vehicle in the parking lot and someone looking in her window.

Wednesday, Dec. 27

A Kenmore Avenue business reported being held up at gunpoint. Both men had on ski masks and rubber gloves. They were last seen heading toward Military Road on foot.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that someone took $95 out of her room.

A caller reported a woman walking around a store and said she doesn’t seem right. The caller said the woman has been at the store for more than 30 minutes in gray sweatpants, a purple coat and a white hat.

Thursday, Dec. 28

• A woman came to the Police Department to report that her ex-boyfriend has been calling her work and harassing her.

A Delaware Avenue store owner reported that an item was taken from one of his customers. A game card was taken but was found in the women’s restroom.

A caller reported a loud muffler in a Delaware Avenue business parking lot.

Friday, Dec. 29

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported a suspicious package that was delivered to his home. He said he didn’t order anything.

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported a suspicious man staring inside the apartment building.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that someone is using a remote control to operate her blinds and is trying to get into her room.

Saturday, Dec. 30

A Shepard Avenue resident reported coming home and finding her side door wide open. She hadn’t exited that door when leaving the residence.

A Hoover Avenue resident said an upstairs resident is banging on the floor and causing a disturbance.

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that he lost his driver’s license.

Sunday, Dec. 31

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported a smoldering garbage can in the backyard of his neighbor’s house.

A Tremaine Avenue resident reported asking a female friend to leave but she didn’t.

Total calls: 222

(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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