Weekly Feature

2018-03-21 / Police Blotter

Resident reports disturbing phone call

Village of Kenmore

Monday, March 12

• A Nassau Avenue resident reported that there are some wires down in the driveway.

• An East Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that a man in a black pickup with a nice chest in the back was going door to door, possibly selling meat.

Tuesday, March 13

• A McKinley Avenue resident reported that someone took some tools from in front of his garage overnight.

• A Washington Avenue resident reported receiving a disturbing call from a man who said he was a volunteer and was calling to see if she needed any help since her husband passed away.

• A Lincoln Boulevard resident reported that co-detectors are going off in both apartments and the batteries were changed.

Wednesday, March 14

• A Winchester Place resident said she is unable to locate her apartment keys and is worried that her neighbor took them from the mailbox.

• An Enola Avenue resident reported that a vehicle was blocking the street and while he went around, the woman made a comment. He said the woman went into the house and a man came out with a baseball bat.

Thursday, March 15

• A caller reported that the door to an Elmwood Avenue business is unlocked and nobody is around.

• A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that there is a loose dog in his neighbor’s yard and he believes it belongs to an address on Washington Avenue. The dog was returned home to a resident.

Friday, March 16

• A Westgate Road resident reported that she came home and her garage door was open, and her father’s black bike, which was hung up, is now missing.

• An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that she hasn’t been able to make contact with her neighbor for two weeks.

Saturday, March 17

• A caller reported a black sedan parked in front of a residence on Somerton Avenue that has been playing loud music for the past 15 minutes.

• A caller reported that he was struck by another vehicle.

Sunday, March 18

• A Knowlton Avenue resident reported that there are several cars parked illegally on the street.

• A caller reported that someone is knocking on her back door and she is not expecting anyone.

Total calls: 202

(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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