Weekly Feature



2018-06-13 / Police Blotter

Resident reports boy shooting BB gun

Village of Kenmore

Monday, June 4

• A Knowlton Avenue resident reported that items were taken from his vehicle overnight. The vehicle was parked in his garage.

• A Wardman Road resident said that there is a bike leaning against her porch and it doesn’t belong to her.

• A person came to the Police Department to report that her boyfriend stole from her and sold her possessions for drug money.

Tuesday, June 5

• A person came to the Police Department to report that her boyfriend took her car keys and stole her car while she was at work.

• An officer called out a person on Elmwood Avenue after finding him with a flashlight. There was no problem. The person was watching rabbits.

Wednesday, June 6

• A person came to the Police Department regarding a threatening message he received from a resident on Wardman Road.

• A Parkwood Avenue resident reported that her 5-year-old child is being harassed by a 9-year-old down the street. The resident said the mother of the 9-year-old does nothing to prevent it.

• A caller reported a boy shooting a BB gun at her residence from a second floor on Stillwell Avenue.

Thursday, June 7

• A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that there is a woman yelling and screaming at neighbors.

Friday, June 8

• A person reported a blue or greenish Ford vehicle on Tremont, and youths may be purchasing drugs from the vehicle.

Saturday, June 9

• A Crosby Avenue resident reported a group of youths playing loud music that can be heard from inside her home.

• A person came to the Police Department with some personal papers she found outside her car.

Sunday, June 10

• A Nassau Avenue resident said there was a drunken man who had punched through a window.

• A Tremont Avenue resident reported that her neighbor is fighting with six teens.

Total calls: 250

(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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