Police log, Dec. 17, 2016


Major crime and incident log

Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016

8:24 a.m.: Officer wanted, Main Street. According to police, a complaint was received about a crack in a storefront window on Main Street. Police reported that there did not appear to be any point of impact and that the cold weather from the night before may have caused the crack.

8:50 a.m.: Accident, Arch Road. Police received a report of a one-vehicle accident involving a 2005 GMC Envoy and a concrete pole. Police reported that the vehicle lost control due to speed greater than reasonable, and it slid into a pole. No injuries reported but vehicle was towed.

12:33 p.m.: Accident, Granville Road. Police received a report of a two-vehicle collision involving a 2011 Mazda CX9 and a plow truck. Police were told that while the driver of the Mazda was driving along Granville Road and the plow truck left a parking lot and struck the vehicle. No injuries and no vehicle was towed.

2:21 p.m.: Breaking and entering, Ashley Street. Police reported that a home on Ashley Street reportedly had a door broken into by what appeared to be kicking. However, no items were reported stolen. Police were investigating.

3:29 p.m.: Accident, Southampton Road. Police received a report of a two-vehicle crash involving a 2007 Toyota Camry and a 2008 Toyota RAV4. There was one reported injury, which Westfield Fire paramedics responded to the scene for. One vehicle was towed and one person was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital by Westfield Fire paramedics.

4:58 p.m.: Traffic complaint and arrest, Mechanic Street. Police initially stopped a vehicle after it appeared that they were operating their vehicle erratically, swerving “all over the road.” Upon stopping the vehicle, police did not suspect the operator of operating under the influence of anything and the driver reported that they were “avoiding potholes.” However, the passenger of the vehicle, Dana P. Osowski, 34, of Westfield, had a warrant out for their arrest. Osowski was arrested on the warrant.

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