-On June 22, an individual reported her vehicle was broken into near 330 Boston Post Road. The front passenger side window was smashed and money and credit cards were stolen.
-On June 19, an individual reported sometime in the last two weeks artwork and a leather bag were stolen from her residence on Milton Road. She also noted that over the last month, she has employed a construction company to work in her apartment. There are no witnesses to the missing items.
-On June 18, an individual reported when she returned to her vehicle from Milton School—which was parked on Midland Avenue in the area of Lea Place—a window was smashed and her purse and wallet missing.
-On June 18, the owner of Rhythm in Rye reported over the last few weeks she noticed items missing from her store. She inquired as to what security measures could be taken.
-On June 15, a cab driver reported a customer had taken cash stored in the sun visor of his vehicle. The case, due to its jurisdiction, has been handed over to the Port Chester Police Department. No arrests have been made.
-On June 14, an employee at the Courtyard Rye reported that on May 20 a man checked into the hotel, stating that he would be staying for a few days. After several days, the man requested that his stay be extended. When the hotel staff ran his credit card it was declined before it could cover the full balance. The man disregarded all notifications of his debt and ultimately left the hotel property from his room's balcony door. He has not returned to settle his bill; the hotel would like to pursue charges.
-On June 13, an individual at the Rye Town Hilton reported items had been taken from his tuxedo top while he was away from his table. Stolen items included a cell phone, camera and keys. The keys and phone were located later in the night; the camera was not.
-On June 21, an individual reported upon return to her vehicle in the parking lot of Westchester Medical Center, she noticed damage to the front passenger side quarter panel. There was a three-foot gash cut into the enamel of the paint.
-On June 19, three separate reports were filed concerning vandalism done to three different vehicles parked in the Highland Hall parking lot. Two individuals reported that their cars had been spray painted with black spray paint; one person reported that their car window was smashed.
-On June 18, an individual reported that upon returning to her vehicle after leaving the Midland School, she found her car window smashed. Nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle.
-On June 12, at approximately 3 a.m., passing drivers reported a red Volkswagen on Pine Ridge Road had its driver's side window smashed. Police contacted the owner, who reported nothing was missing from the interior. No arrests have been made.
Vehicle and traffic law arrests
-On June 4, at approximately 9 p.m., an officer pulled over a white jeep operating with only one headlight. The driver, from Rhode Island, was found to be driving with his privileges in New York suspended. He was arrested and released on $250 bail.
-On June 2, a woman entered the Rye Town Police Department and noted someone had been making unauthorized purchases with her debit card. No arrests have been made.