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Ï A 52nd Street resident told police he had a Îfriendly agreementÎ with his neighbors that they stop weekday parties by 10 p.m. The man called police with a noise complaint at 10:10 p.m. The first officer who responded advised that the house in question was quiet, so he did not contact the residents. The man called again to complain, and a second officer responded. That officer spoke to the neighbors, who said they were not having a party and were not making noise. A case report card was given to the complainant.

Ï A woman discovered two pieces of mail lying in the front yard of a neighbor who had just moved out. The two envelopes had been reported as missing to the U.S. Postal Service in November. The woman told police her grandmother had placed money orders in each envelope, and that they had been removed. The stamps on the envelopes had not been cancelled, indicating the letters had been removed from the grandmotherís mail box.

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