Police Log Monday, May 6, 2019

Major crime and incident report
Monday, May 6, 2019

1:24 a.m.: disturbance, Russell Road, a caller reports a college related disturbance, the three responding officers report peace was restored;
8:28 p.m.: fraud, East Main Street, a resident reports via the on-line reporting option that his debit card was fraudulently used at an East Main Street hardware store although he has not lost possession of the card, the case remains under investigation;
3:01 p.m.: larceny, Broad Street, a resident came to the station to report that his wallet was stolen from his bedroom on Friday, the responding officer reports the complainant said that he had left his apartment door unlocked while he did laundry elsewhere in the apartment building and later found his wallet to be missing from his bedside table;
5:01 p.m.: accident, North Elm Street, a caller reports a crash involving a bicycle and a motor vehicle, the responding officer reports the motorist said that while operating southbound in the area of the Great River Bridge a bicyclist abruptly rode across the street in a crosswalk and he was unable to avoid a collision, the cyclist was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital without obvious serious injury, the windshield of the car was cracked in the collision and it was towed at the owner’s request;
5:23 p.m.: fire, Susan Drive, a caller reports fire in his basement, dual response dispatched, all the occupants evacuated the residence safely and two dogs, a cat and a rabbit were subsequently safely removed, one occupant was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital without apparent serious injury, see story in the Wednesday, May 8 edition of The Westfield News;
7:16 p.m.: disturbance Colonial Pine Acres, 126 Union St., a caller reports persons are fighting in the complex, the responding officer reports a male party arrived at the home of his former girlfriend and an altercation developed between two male parties who were visiting her, none of the involved parties wished to pursue criminal charges but the former boyfriend suffered injuries and was transported to Baystate Noble Hospital, see next entry;
9:10 p.m.: assist other agency, a caller from the Baystate Noble Hospital emergency department reports a male patient is being disorderly and screaming at other patients, the responding officer reports the man was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself and was placed in protective custody, the man was transported to the police station.

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