Police Log Monday, Nov. 18, 2019

Major crime and incident report
Monday, Nov. 18, 2019

1:25 a.m.: weather complaint, Bates Road, a patrol officer reports he found a large tree branch obstructing the roadway, the officer reports he was able to move the branch to the side but asked that the DPW be notified to remove remaining debris;
10:11 a.m.: assist resident, Main Street, a caller requests assistance gathering property from a residence he has been barred from by a court order, the responding officer reports the man gathered some of his belongings without incident;
10:27 a.m.: vandalism, Dartmouth Street, a caller reports someone shot paint balls at his house overnight, the caller said that there does not appear to be any permanent damage, the caller does not require a formal report but wants the incident documented;
11:36 a.m.: accident, Montgomery Street, a caller reports that the operator of a pickup truck which ran over a fence is walking around in his back yard, the responding officer asked for an ambulance to respond but after examination the operator declined medical attention, the vehicle was towed and the operator was provided a courtesy transport to his home;
12:19 p.m.: recovered motor vehicle, the Willows Apartments, 19 Lockhouse Road, an employee of the apartment complex reports that a resident reported that an unknown vehicle had been parked in the parking lot for days and surrendered a wallet and other property found in the car, the responding officer reports that the car had been reported to have been stolen in Hartford, Conn., and much of the recovered property had been stolen from a car in Palmer, the Palmer victim was advised that she could collect her property at the police station and the car was towed to the police impound yard pending crime scene processing;
3:05 p.m.: animal complaint, Woodmont Street, caller reports a man at a Southampton Road store gave him a pug dog which he said was not his, the responding animal control officer reports the caller said that he had discarded the dog’s leash and collar, the dog was transported to the municipal animal shelter;
4:31 p.m.: fraud, Heritage Trailer Park, 868 Southampton Road, a resident came to the station to complain that a family member has stolen her credit cards and used them, the responding officer reports that the suspect was found to be the subject of an active warrant issued I 2019 by the Springfield district court, Jeremy William Tallis, 31, of 868 Southampton Road, Apt. 10, Westfield, was arrested on the warrant, during the booking process the man was found to be in possession of heroin and he was also charged with possession of a Class A drug, see story in the Friday, Nov. 22 edition of The Westfield News;
7:37 p.m.: animal complaint, Montgomery Street, a caller reports that a deer jumped in front of his pickup truck and it was struck and killed, the responding officer report the truck was damaged and the operator took possession of the deer;
10:52 p.m.: officer wanted, Arnold Street, a caller reports that a male party came into a bar and displayed a handful of identification and credit cards in the name of a young woman, the responding officer reports the man said that he had found a clutch purse in a refuse container with the variety of cards, the officer reports the owner could not be immediately contacted so the purse and its contents were stored for safe keeping.

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