Weekly Feature



2018-01-31 / Police Blotter

Resident reports neighbors using flashlights

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Jan. 22

A caller reported that his landlord turned off the heat and water to the residence.

A Military Road resident reported that his vehicle is missing aluminum rims and it appears that it was ransacked.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that a man claiming to be a police officer attempted to serve some paperwork.

Tuesday, Jan. 23

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that he is having problems with his neighbor and believes the person is listening in on his phone conversations.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that his mother will not answer the door so he can get his jacket and keys.

Wednesday, Jan. 24

A clerk in an Elmwood Avenue business reported that a six-pack of Natural Ice beer was stolen on Jan. 23.

A Hoover Avenue resident reported that he found a set of keys in front of his house.

Thursday, Jan. 25

A caller reported a man in an Army jacket yelling and swearing on Elmwood Avenue. The man was upset over his girlfriend being pregnant.

Friday, Jan. 26

A Wardman Road resident reported that there are two individuals with flashlights turned on in the house next door to him.

Saturday, Jan. 27

A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported that her ex showed up intoxicated after texting and calling her all night.

Sunday, Jan. 28

A passerby reported that there is a man at a bus stop on Kenmore Avenue who is punching the bus stop sign.

A man came to the Police Department to report that someone is posting false advertisements of him on Craigslist.

Total calls: 268

(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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