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Police Log Friday, Nov. 8, 2019

WESTFIELD
Major crime and incident report
Friday, Nov. 8, 2019

12:49 a.m.: well being check, Holyoke Road at Springdale Road, a passerby reports that the operator of a vehicle is asleep at a stop sign with her foot on the brake but attempts to waken the woman in the locked car have been unsuccessful and she is estimated to have been asleep for 10 minutes, the responding officer reports he spoke with the woman who did not appear to be impaired and said that she had been working long hours lately, the woman acknowledged that she had a couple of drinks earlier but submitted to and passed a series of field sobriety tests, the woman agreed that she was too tired to drive and the vehicle was parked in a nearby restaurant’s parking lot and the woman was provided a courtesy transport to a North Road address;
2:23 a.m.: suspicious person North Elm Street, a worker at a North Elm Street fast food restaurant reports a male party has been banging on the door asking to come in, the responding officer reports he spoke with an identified man who said he was trying to get home to Easthampton and needed to get out of the wind and the cold, Southampton police were asked to meet a city officer at the town line to effect a courtesy transport to the Southampton town line, Southampton police agreed but warned that they would not complete the transport if the young man is intoxicated or otherwise impaired;
6:35 a.m.: accident, Little River Road at East Main Street, multiple callers report a crash, the responding officer reports one party was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital and a vehicle was towed, an officer provided one person a courtesy transport to a Greenwood Street address;
7:18 a.m.: suspicious vehicle, Southampton Road, a business owner reports a vehicle which appears to have been in an accident has apparently been abandoned in his parking lot, the responding officer reports that the vehicle had been reported to have been stolen in Springfield, the car was towed to the police impound yard;
10:43 a.m.: animal complaint, Falcon Drive, a caller reports a stray chicken, the responding animal control officer reports the chicken was transported to the municipal animal shelter;
11:37 a.m.: attempted breaking and entering, Yale Street, a caller reports damage to a window and that a neighbor scared away an apparent intruder, the responding officer report a known person was reported to have been near a window from which a screen has been removed, no entry was gained;
1:17 p.m.: animal complaint, Tannery Road, a caller reports stray sheep or rams are in her yard, the responding animal control officer reports the animals were returned to their pasture;
6:18 p.m.: disturbance King Street, a caller report than an intoxicated neighbor has returned to his porch and is creating a disturbance, the responding officer reports the woman was found to be too intoxicated to care for herself and was placed in protective custody;
9:09 p.m.: arrest, Clark Street, a Community Service Unit officer reports he sought the subject of an active warrant issued in 2019 by the Westfield district court at his last known address, Moise Lopez, 51, of 13 Clark St. was found and arrested on the warrant;
9:56 p.m.: lost property, Springfield Road, a caller reports his vehicle is missing from a parking lot, the responding office reports the highly intoxicated Guatemalan who spoke very little English had been brought to t the eh store by a friend and did not have a car in the lot, the officer reports a routine check of the man revealed him to be the subject of an active warrant issued in 2019 by the Springfield district court, Nelson Marroquin, 45, of 165 Pine St., 2nd. Flr., Springfield, was arrested on the warrant.

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