Police log Monday, Oct. 19, 2020

Major crime and incident report

Monday, Oct. 19, 2020


1:58 a.m.: threat to commit a crime, Sackett Street, a caller reports that he was sent videos on a messaging application of his ex-girlfriend and a male party driving by his house while flashing a firearm, the responding officer reports that there was no confrontation or shots fired and that the offending parties returned to their home in Agawam, the officer reports that he and one other officer will travel to Agawam to speak with the parties;

10:26 a.m.: larceny, East Main Street, a caller from an East Main Street clothing store reports that she believes a larceny occurred over the weekend at the store with a possibly armed suspect, the responding officer reports that he will be investigating the matter further;

9:57 p.m.: threat to commit crime, Franklin Street, a caller reports that the two parties who sent threatening videos of themselves driving by his house with a firearm said that they will be doing the same thing tonight, the responding officer reports that he pulled over the suspected vehicle and located a firearm on the back floorboard of the car, the officer reports that one party was brought to the police station to be picked up while the operator of the vehicle was issued a verbal warning.


10:16 a.m.: animal complaint, Granville State Forest, a caller reports being bitten by two pitbulls, the owner was unknown;

11:25 a.m.: animal complaint, Granville Road, a yellow lab wandering in the road was returned to its owner;

12:12 p.m.: service call, Southwick Regional School, an officer assisted with a motorist locked out of their vehicle;

2:33 p.m.: scam, Sawmill Park, a caller reports receiving a phone call that they had won the Publisher’s Clearing House $5 million award and would need to send $1,500 for taxes and fees, police advised the reporting party to block further calls;

9:50 p.m.: traffic stop, College Highway, a verbal warning was issued after speed complaints on Nicholson Hill Road, an officer issued other warnings on Feeding Hills Road and College Highway for traffic violations;

11:12 p.m.: suspicious vehicle, Sam West Road, a catalytic converter was left in the area after a gray Acura was seen there;

11:39 p.m.: animal complaint, Two State Avenue, two dogs reported barking outside in a fenced area.

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