Major crime and incident report
Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020
10:04 a.m.: larceny, East Mountain Road, a caller reports that a male party in a vehicle just stole Christmas decorations off her front porch, the responding officer reports that the vehicle was pulled over, another officer reports that a trespass notice was served to the male party at his home;
12:53 p.m.: vandalism, Mechanic Street, a caller reports that someone stuck objects inside all of his tire valves on his vehicles, the responding officer filed an incident report;
2:42 p.m.: disturbance, Springfield Road, a caller from a Springfield Road department store reports that a female customer is refusing to wear a face mask as required by the current COVID-19 guidelines, the responding officer reports that the female party refused to give identification after finally claiming she had a medical condition, the officer reports that the female party was trespassed from the store;
3:06 p.m.: animal complaint, George Street, an animal control officer reports that a female party trapped a tabby cat that she had been feeding for a while and brought it to the Westfield Regional Animal Shelter.
10:33 a.m.: motor vehicle complaint, Feeding Hills Road, police were unable to locate a vehicle reported operating erratically near Rebecca Lobo Way;
1:10 p.m.: fire, South Longyard Road, a caller reports the seeing and smelling smoke in the area and hearing an alarm sounding, an investigation resulted in the discovery of a person burning a pile of leaves, which was extinguished;
1:56 p.m.: recreational vehicle violation, Congamond Road, 10 youths were reported riding dirt bikes on the rail trail;
4:31 p.m.: animal complaint, Eden Hill Road, a black and white Collie was found roaming the area and was transported to the shelter;
5:21 p.m.: fire, Fred Jackson Road, a caller reports neighbors have a large fire in the yard and loud music, the responding officer reports no gathering taking place and the fire department reports a small, contained cooking fire.