Weekly Feature



2018-04-11 / Police Blotter

Driver reports vehicle following him

Village of Kenmore

Monday, April 2

• A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that her landlord is out in front of the house yelling and screaming at her.

• A person came to the Police Department to report that a dog ran free from a residence on Hoover Avenue and attacked his dog.

• A caller said a neighbor from across the street backed into her friend’s car.

Tuesday, April 3

• A McKinley Avenue resident reported that a gray SUV has been parked and running in front of a residence with three people inside.

• A Stillwell Avenue resident wanted to speak to an officer regarding her son and getting him help for a drug addiction. She said she doesn’t want him at her home.

Wednesday, April 4

• A Parkwood Avenue resident reported that her vehicle, which was parked in the driveway, was gone through last night. She said items were tossed around and her husband’s passport was taken.

• A Euclid Avenue resident reported that her daughter was at a sleepover on Myron Avenue and the mother let her daughter smoke marijuana.

• A Kenwood Road resident reported that a large tree branch has fallen into the street.

• A Tremaine Avenue resident said two dogs are running loose in the area.

Thursday, April 5

• A Mang Avenue resident reported that a man is playing basketball and it is bothering her.

• An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that a resident in the apartment is playing loud music and moving furniture, causing loud noises.

Friday, April 6

• A person came to the Police Department to report that her driver’s license is missing.

• There was an anonymous report of a drug deal happening on Shepard Avenue.

• A woman reported that her agency has been receiving numerous calls from a male party who uses different phone numbers for no reason and who is clogging up the lines.

Saturday, April 7

• A passerby reported a possibly intoxicated man on foot in the area of Colvin Boulevard at Euclid Avenue.

• A person came to the Police Department to report that she is having issues with people not stopping for her at the crosswalk at Lincoln Boulevard and Elmwood Avenue.

• A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that some packages may have been taken from her porch.

Sunday, April 8

• A caller reported that he had been driving for a while with a white Suburban following him, and he was feeling paranoid.

Total calls: 223

(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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