The Rye Police Benevolent Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Rye on Jan. 29 to recall parts of the arbitration decision reached on Oct. 23, 2013. The police union had been operating under the parameters of an expired contract dating back to 2008. File photo

Police Blotter

Collected at Rye City Police Headquarters on Monday, Aug. 12 at 2:37 p.m.

Aug. 3
Police received a call from 73 Maple Ave. regarding a 22-year-old female who had become overly intoxicated. EMS was dispatched to the scene.

A woman called police from Hudson Paul Salon at 8 Purchase St. and filed a report stating her iPod had been stolen.

Aug. 4
Police fielded a call from 131 Purchase St. A woman was concerned that her boyfriend was threatening to cut himself, and called the authorities. Police and EMS responded to the situation and the man was taken to Greenwich Hospital.

Aug. 5
A Billington Road man called police to inform them vandals driving a black Ford SUV were lighting firecrackers in his mailbox. A cruiser was dispatched to the scene, but the mischief-makers had driven away.

Police were called to 47 Island Dr. after a homeowner discovered some of her jewelry had been stolen. The victim was asked to aid police by taking inventory on the items she had lost.

Aug. 8
Rye police received a call from Westchester County Police Department Post 35 to assist with a robbery charge. A man was robbed at knifepoint inside Rye Town Park.

Aug. 10
A Byrd Street homeowner called police to report a group of youths were ringing doorbells in the neighborhood and then running away. Police agreed to send extra patrols to the area.

The Rye Police Marine Unit was called in to assist Westchester County Department of Public Safety to check the waters around Playland and the Tiki Bar for a missing 36-year-old New Rochelle woman, who was feared to be a suicide risk.