Sunday, 8 March 2020
1050- in service, no new messages, detail called in,
1150- patrolling the isle
1250- completed a loop and checks on the isles
1440- completed checks
1450- out of service
Monday, 9 March 2020
0900- in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol,
1130- completed checks and patrol of the isles
1235- cancel checks for resident, they are home
1300- out of service
1945- Called into the Hudson line. Began patrolling the neighborhod. The evening was quiet and the peace was pleasant . Very enjoyable evening.
2045- continued patrolling the corridors. Very quiet
2245-Cominuing the patrolling. Received a call regarding loud music and noise complaints from Fremantle. Responded and spoke to resident who was renting the home. Advised to turn down the music and mov.
2345-Continued for the day. Received another complaint from resident who stayed that the music and crowd has gotten louder
0045- checked the Fed corridor and all was very quiet due to the rain.
0145- continued the patrol. Very quiet evening
0045- out of service
Tuesday, March 10th 2020
0700 10-8 called in detail; 1 missed called regarding homeeless setting up camp by
1 missed call; added 1 call to vacation list
0800 All house checks complete
0900 Roving patrol on Isles
Hemmngway and LYC
1500-called into Hudson line and was entered by Ms. carol. Began patrol. Responded to check up on the residence and the party from last nite. There were only 3 vehicles parked and appeared to be calmed down.
1600- continued routine patrol in and around the corridor.
1700- checked the Fed corridor and surrounding thoroughfares. Nothing suspicious to report.
1800- out of service.
1800: In service. Detail called into Hudson line and reviewed activity log. Two emails and no
new messages or missed phone calls. New sign delivered per email request.
Began roving patrol.
1900: High visibility patrols of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, Fed Hwy corridor, and Smoker
park with cruise and alley lights on.
1918: Responded to an elderly male that was not conscious, not
breathing. Subject deceased on arrival, patrol handled 20-043785
2000: Still roving.
2115: Out of service.
Wednesday March 11, 2020
1500- Called into the Hudson line and spoke with Ms. carol. Began routine patrol. Very busy with construction workers. Checked up on party house and observed 1 car.
1600- continued patrolling the neighborhood. Very busy
1700- End of Service
2000- Called into the Hudson line. Began routine patrol. Quieting down
2100- Continued the shift patrolling the area. Quiet neighborhood today.
2200- Continued patrolling the corridors. The south fed highway.
0000- continued patrolling the corridors. Construction crew in the area working in sewers.
0100- out of service
Thursday March 12th, 2020
1830: In service, detail called into Hudson line. Several emails, text messages (speeder & out of
town check), and missed phone calls from yesterday and today. Delivered new sign, answered emails and texts, and then made phone contact with the three callers about various issues:
1. inquiring about the construction road closures
2. complaint about a vehicle driving through his grass swale
3. complaint about AirBnb partying next door -did not answer but left voicemail - will attempt callback again later.
Reviewed activity log and began out of town checks.
1945: Out of town checks completed. Began roving patrol.
2045: Went to airbnb and spoke with Spring Break renters who were playing in the
backyard of the residence. Had a polite conversation with them and advised them to keep
their noise down. Attempted contact with reportee at her residence and via phone several
times, still with no answer.
2104: While en-route to the station, was flagged down by a pedestrian about a vehicle accident
with possible injuries. Turns out the vehicle lost control and crashed into a Suntrust building at 601 W Broward. Stood by until Fire Rescue and service aide arrived. Case # 20-045216
2200: high visibility patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy with
cruise and alley lights on.
2300: Still roving
0015: Out of service.
Friday, 13 March 2020
0810- in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol,
0935- completed checks on the isles,
1101- completed checks on the mainland,
1210- out of service
1300- In service, I left a message with Carol. I reviewed the activity log. No new messages lef on the phone.
1330- Patrolled the mainland.
1400- Patrolled the isles and yacht club.
1430- Checked businesses along S. Federal Hwy.
1530- Final patrol of isles and mainland.
1540- Flagged down at North Rio Vista Blvd. & 6th Ave. regarding a W/M possibly having a heart attack. I made contact with him. It appeared the subject was on a narcotic. He was transported to BGH by EMS per his request.
1545- Dispatched to a suspicious male going door to door at N. Rio Vista Blvd. I made contact with subject claimed he wanted to borrow a phone to have his Mother pick him up. It appeared he actually told the truth. One of the construction workers nearby claimed he lent him his phone to call his Mother. While out with him, his mother came and picked him up. 34-2003-045706.
1630- Out of service.
2000- In service, new detours everywhere.
2045- Met with resident who advised that on or about Feb 27th, his wife was home alone and smelled cigarette smoke outside her kitchen window and eventually heard what she believed was someone trying the kitchen door handle. Nothing further occurred. I encouraged him to contact police in the future and to alert us if his wife would be home alone during his business trips in the future for extra patrols. He was provided with a Rio card to ensure the number was available.
2130- Call for service was received in reference to approximately 150 juveniles along Cordova and 10th St jumping in front of traffic and causing a disturbance. I responded along with patrol officers and was able to trace the source of the group to SE 10th St. I met with the home owner, who advised that he had several kids at his residence for a small gathering but suddenly realized how many uninvited guests had shown up. After making everyone leave, the juveniles attempted to wander the HOA. We were able to make contact with a large group and ensured they were picked up and left the area.
2330- Continued high visibility patrols all clear.
0020- Call for service were received at th 800 blk of SE 12th St and another in the area of 12th and S Fed in reference to construction noise and drilling. It was determined that crews were actively working on the sewer lines in the area. High visibility patrols were continued.
0100- Patrols all clear
0200- Patrols all clear. Met with security at LYC who advised all was quiet.
0300- Out of service.
Saturday, 14 March 2020
0840- in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol,
0930- completed checks on the isles,
1245- completed checks on the mainland,
1440- out of service
1900- 10-8 called in detail; reviewed previous logs. 1 sign requested for new member
No new messages
Began roving patrols
2000 Roving on Isles
Roving on mainland
2100 Check LYC and Hemmingway
Federal Hwy checks
2200 Roving patrol
Sunday, 15 March 2020
0825- in service, 1 new message reference a new sign, detail called in, starting patrol,
1030- completed checks on the isles
1205- completed checks on the mainland
1225- out of service
1900- called into Hudson line. No new messages. Began roving patrol. Very quiet.
2000- continued patrolling the neighborhood and corridors. Very quiet.
2032- received a call from regarding a traffic crash. Both parties remained on scene. Patrol responded and assisted. All went well.
2200- continued routine patrol in and around the rio corridor
2300- still quiet in the area. Nothing going on
0000- continued high visibility patrol. Very quiet
0100- checked the Federal corridor, maincorridors.
0200- Out of service
Monday, 16 March 2020
0630- in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol,
0930- completed checks on the isles
1130- completed a patrol and checks on the mainland
1320- Resident called in reference to her stolen vehicle from overnight. Report taken by patrol.
1330- out of service.
1930 Patrolling the area. Quiet
2100 Checked yacht club
2230 Continuing patrols with cruise lights on. Little activity.
Tuesday March 17, 2020
1800: In service, detail called into Hudson line. There are no new emails, texts, or missed calls.
Reviewed activity log and completed the out of town checks.
1830: Began roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor w/ cruise and
alley lights on.
2000: Still roving, quite a few pedestrians out.
2115: Out of service.
Wednesday, 18 arch 2020
0645- in service, no new messages, detail called in,
0930- completed checks
0945- flagged down reference custody issue, resolved itself as I stopped,
back in service
1045- out of service
Thursday March 19, 2020
1830: In service, detail called into Hudson line. There are no new emails, or texts, but two
missed calls. 1) Resident called advising of a vehicle tag number that
was “stealing” gravel from the sea-wall construction site...unable to find any theft/info reports in the area. 2) Delayed theft of a kayak from the waterway...after explaining options, resident did not desire PD report but, just for PD to be aware. Reviewed activity log and completed the out of town checks.
1930: Began roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor w/ cruise and
alley lights on.
2012: Phone call from 11th ST aisle about a lost vagrant on a bicycle asking where the beach
was - resident provided him directions but, wanted Rio patrol to be aware. Responded to
and canvassed the area but, subject was GOA.
2030: Still roving, lots of walkers, joggers, bicyclists out - taking full advantage of quarantine
2130: Two extremely well fed loose dogs observed in the 800 blk of NRV. With a neighbors help,
we located the dogs. Owner was advised to get proper ID tags.
2230: Still roving.
2256: Resident called advising of some kind of argument heard between 7th and 8th St
aisles...located two white males (Bostonian’s) in a small paddle boat having a friendly argument. Advised they were local’s, had just got the boat, and were out for a joy ride. Advised the subjects to keep their voices down.
2330: Out of service.
Friday, March 20 2020
1100- In service, I called the detail into Carol. I reviewed the activity log. No new messages on the phone.
1130- An alarm went off. I made contact with the homeowner who advised she accidently set it off. 34-2003-49900.
1200- Patrolled the mainland.
1230- Patrolled the yacht club and isles.
1300- Checked businesses along S. Federal Hwy.
1330- Final patrol of isles and mainland.
1400- Out of service.
Saturday, March 21st 2020
0700 10-8 called in detail; no new messages texts or emails
Began vacation checks
0800 All vacation checks completed
0902 Call from resident advising a guy fishing by “Cliff Lake”. After finally finding Cliff lake, no one in the car she described was there.
1000 BCS, Hemmingway, LYC and Fred Hunters
1800 Return for PM hours
1 call from advising kids in neighborhood who shoot iguanas. He was advised on what to do next time and provided with the non emergency number
1900 Roving patrols on mainland
2000 Roving on Isles