Log

Police Log Friday, Dec. 6, 2019

WESTFIELD
Major crime and incident report
Friday, Dec. 6, 2019

1:31 a.m.: city ordinance violation, Elm Street, patrol officers report they observed a person urinating in public, a city ordinance violation citation was issued;
2:28 a.m.: assist other police department, South Maple Street at Squawfield Road, State Police request an officer to assist a trooper who has found a person passed out in a vehicle in the middle of the road, the responding officer reports the man was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital and the vehicle was towed;
8:29 a.m.: disturbance, Sherman Street, a caller reports that after a verbal confrontation with a neighbor he was threatened by his neighbor’s relative, the responding officer reports the caller said that when he left his residence a man approached his vehicle, insulted him and threatened him with bodily injury, the incident was referred to the Community Service Unit;
9:22 a.m.: breaking and entering, Franklin Street, a caller reports her home was broken into and property was stolen, the responding officer report the victim said that a diamond earring and a video game system were stolen, the officer noted that several items of obvious value which were in plain sight were not disturbed, the incident was referred to the Community Service Unit;
11:13 a.m.: larceny, North Elm Street, a caller from a convenience store reports a couple’s theft of groceries was captured on security video, the responding officer reports the caller asked that the couple be served with a ‘No trespassing’ order, the officer reports the couple paid for the bottle of syrup in question and were served with the order;
1:54 p.m.: breaking and entering, Woodmont Street, a caller reports he returned from vacation to find his door had been kicked in and his safe was missing, the responding officer reports forcible entry had been made and a safe which contained a large amount of cash and was bolted to the floor had been pried loose and stolen, the case was referred to the detective bureau;
3:17 p.m.: city ordinance violation, Susan Drive, a caller reports that persons are shooting less than 500 feet from a residence, the responding officer reports that property owners had been hunting on their property and, although a residence was visible, it was more than 500 feet away from where they had been shooting;
5:16 p.m.: a resident came to the statue to complain that a former girlfriend will not return his vehicle, the responding officer reports the complainant said that when he broke up with his girlfriend in September she had been using his vehicle and they came to an agreement limiting how long she could continue to do so, the man said that she has not abided by the agreement and does not respond to telephone or text messages, the responding officer reports he advised the woman to return the vehicle within an hour to avoid criminal charges, the vehicle was left at the police station and the owner was notified;
9:13 p.m.: accident, Granville Road, a caller reports a single vehicle crash which left an unattended pickup truck in a snowbank against a fence, the responding officer reports the truck had crashed through the fence into Stanley Park, the owner of the truck was located in Tolland and advised that a citation of leaving the scene of property damage would be issued.

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