Cop Log, August 12, 2014

Emergency Response and Crime Report
Tuesday, August 12, 2014

12:18 a.m.: larceny, School St., woman calls to report the roof rack from atop her vehicle was stolen outside while it was parked at a restaurant.
1:52 a.m.: motor vehicle violation, Elm St., 2011 Ford Fiesta stopped going 65 mph in a 30 mph zone. Driver did not have their license in their possession and were issued a citation.
2:21 a.m: suspicious person, Russell Rd., Westfield police officer found a mountain bike in the rest area on Russell Road and found a man walking out of the woodline who said he was taking a break riding his bike back to Russell. He said he had rode the bike to the Westfield Walmart and produced a sales receipt as evidence. The officer advised him to be on his way and to be careful riding Route 20.
3:57 p.m.: annoying phone calls, King St., woman reports receiving several harrassing phone calls from a friend and his girlfriend, something she said has been an ongoing issue. Officers spoke with the friend’s girlfriend, who stated she hadn’t been calling the woman and verified that her phone number wasn’t the one calling.
4:47 p.m.: smell of gas, Ingersoll Dr., caller reports of a smell of gas in the area and a hissing noise nearby. Firefighters arrived at the scene several minutes later and reported a propane tank was leaking and that it was being taken care of.
5:31 p.m.: arrest, 35 Hubbard St., detectives placed Jeremy Craig, 33, under arrest for a warrant. Craig was wanted for two warrants and was charged with larceny over $250, assault and battery, and assault and battery on a person 60 years or older or disabled with serious injury.
6:58 p.m.: report of fire, Orange St. at Elm St., Westfield police officer reports smoke coming from mulch in the area of a convenience store and requested an engine to repond, as they did not have enough water to put it out. Mulch was extinguished without incident, but while passing the area, the officer noticed smoke coming from another mulch bed around a tree. Westfield firefighters were dispatched to stop the smoke.
7:57 p.m.: larceny, Cycle St., caller reported several items were stolen from her home by young children who live next door, and when she confronted the mother of the children she was yelled at. A Westfield police officer arrived on the scene and the caller repeated that supplies for her son’s birthday party were stolen. When the officer spoke with the woman of the children next door, she said she would replace the items and returned the items stolen by the children.
8:10 p.m.: disturbance, Buck Pond Rd., caller reported that their neighbors have a chair on their property line and are looking into their windows and added that they were yelling they were “going to kill her.” A Westfield police officer arrived on the scene and deemed the situation a civil matter, with the issue being property lines and the cutting of trees. The officer advised that a fence be put up once the property is surveyed and advised them of the process of obtaining harrassment orders.

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