Police log Friday, Jan. 29, 2021

Major crime and incident report

Friday, Jan. 29, 2021


12:21 p.m.: disabled automobile, Granville Road, a caller reports that there is a suspicious vehicle parked in front of her residence, the caller called back to report that the vehicle actually appears to be disabled and a third party arrived to help the operator, the responding officer reports that he assisted with traffic while the operator got their vehicle running;

1:18 p.m.: accident, North Elm Street, a caller reports that a vehicle struck a pole on an island on North Elm Street, the vehicle operator reports that he is not injured, the responding officer reports that a tow truck was requested to remove the vehicle from the scene;

2:38 p.m.: pedestrian accident, East Main Street, multiple callers report that a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on East Main Street, the responding officer reports that one person was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital via ambulance;

9:16 p.m.: disabled automobile, Springfield Road, a caller reports that a vehicle went off the road and the operator appears to be asleep at the wheel, the responding officer reports that Marcell Milanes, 40, of 48 Joy St., Ludlow was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and a marked lanes violation.


12:39 a.m.: suspicious person, Lauren Lane, a resident reports two individuals attempted to break into his vehicle outside his house then fled in a dark vehicle, police located the vehicle on South Longyard Road and was pursued to the Agawam line due to road conditions, Agawam police were notified;

2:08 a.m.: breaking and entering, Granaudo Circle, a caller reports his vehicle was broken into, similar reports were made on Cody Lane, Pine Knoll Road, Alcove Road and Mockingbird Lane;

6:21 a.m.: officer wanted, Jeffrey Circle, a resident reports a large trash truck emptying his neighbor’s dumpster is disturbing his peace;

9:34 a.m.: accident, Feeding Hills Road, a vehicle slid off the roadway;

12:53 p.m.: animal complaint, South Longyard Road, a loose dog was reported, police contacted the owner and advised them to keep the dog in or tied;

6:31 p.m.: disabled vehicle, Feeding Hills Road, a vehicle was pushed off the roadway waiting for a tow;

8:43 p.m.: services rendered, Shaggbark Drive, a resident brought a faulty carbon monoxide detector to the fire station;

9:19 p.m.: animal complaint, Point Grove Road, a dog was left outside in the cold for over two hours and was barking, the dog was brought to the shelter.

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