Police log, Aug. 12, 2016


Major crime and incident report

Friday, Aug. 12, 2016

9:32 a.m.: Larceny, Southampton Road. Police received a report of a tractor trailer whose wheels were stolen sometime overnight, and replaced with older tires. According to the victim, the tractor trailer was driven off-site then driven back with old tires on. There was no mention of how they knew that the tractor trailer was driven away. Police put a value of $4,200 on the stolen tires and rims. No suspects at the time of the report.

11:25 a.m.: Larceny, North Elm Street. Police received a report of a laptop that was stolen from a job site on North Elm Street. The report however, is from a few days prior, as the victim was hohping that whoever had stolen it would eventually return it, who the victim said he may know. Police had no further information and no arrests were made.

12:05 p.m.: Fraud, walk-in. A man went to the police station and reported that he ordered an amplifier on eBay. However, when the package arrived that was supposed to have the amplifier, instead there was a box of rocks. Police created an incident report.

1:26 p.m.: Motor vehicle accident, Mill Street and Court Street intersection. Police received a report of a two-car accident that was witnessed by an off-duty officer. According to police, a 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser had a green light, but a 2005 Ford Escape had run a red light. The two vehicles collided. Police requested two tow trucks, as well as one ambulance to transport a person who was injured. The person was brought to Baystate Noble Hospital.

2:44 p.m.: Vandalism, walk-in. Police received a report from a woman who claimed that a male she was familiar with had broken her door during an altercation. The woman said that the male originally said he would pay to replace the door, but had not done so. Police intervened, giving the male the option of paying for the door by Monday, otherwise there would be criminal charged filed against him. No arrests were made.

6:34 p.m.: Motor vehicle accident, North Elm Street and Pochassic Street. Police received a report of a tractor trailer that was turning and struck a pole. The pole was knocked over, then struck Elm Pizza. There were no injuries reported and no need for additional units, including tow trucks.

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