These are some of the cases being investigated by the City of Rye police department between March 1 and March 18:
City of Rye Police Department:
On March 17, a family babysitter called police to a residence on John Jay Place when she found jewelry strewn by the front door of the home. Police cataloged the loss of a $1,000 computer, 3 cameras worth $2,500, a camcorder valued at $1,000, and $3,000 worth of jewelry. Investigation ongoing.
City of Rye police escorted Robert Schubert, 980 Forest Ave., from City Hall on March 18. Schubert refused to leave the office of City Manager Scott Pickup on that day and had "been coming to the office regularly and without appointment," according to the police report. Schubert was not arrested. Pickup would not comment further on the incident. Correction: Schubert was arrested by the responding officer.
On March 3, Crescent Avenue residents reported that several pieces of jewelry had gone missing from their home, while an employee from a local petsitting service was watching their cat. When they returned from vacation, the employee they thought would be watching their home no longer worked for the company and a $7,300 Rolex watch, $1,000 gold bracelet and other items were missing from their home. The investigation is ongoing.
On March 5, a Garmin GPS unit was taken from a vehicle parked in a residential driveway on Philips Lane.
On March 12, a York Avenue resident reported that sometime between last October and March 11, someone had stolen their mountain bike from a shed.
On March 15, a man filed a police report on behalf of his mother after Osborn Retirement Community staff informed him that the woman's engagement ring was missing.
Possession of Controlled Substance
On March 11, Anthony Giordano, 19, of Port Chester, was arrested for possession of a controlled sustance and unlawful possession of marijuana. The arrest took place after a traffic stop near the intersection of Boston Post Road and Purdy Avenue.
Police responded to Graham Funeral Home, 1036 Boston Post Rd., on March 14 to settle a dispute. According to police reports, an Ossining woman showed up unannounced at the funeral of her former father-in-law, punched one of her former sisters-in-law and fled the scene. The funeral crasher later turned herself in at police headquarters. Parties agreed not to press charges.