Police/Fire

Police log Monday, Oct. 5, 2020

Major crime and incident report

Monday, Oct. 5, 2020

WESTFIELD

 

9:16 a.m.: motor vehicle complaint, East Main Street, a caller reports that the operator of a vehicle appeared to have fallen asleep during a red light before being woken up by vehicles honking at him, the caller reports that the vehicle then left at a high rate of speed and swerved in and out of travel lanes, the responding officer reports that he pulled over the suspected driver who told him that he swerved because of traffic, the officer reports that the driver did not appear to be under the influence in any way;

9:28 a.m.: animal complaint, Noble Street, an Animal Control Officer reports that she is responding to pick up a grey and white stray cat, the Animal Control Officer reports that the cat was transported back to the Westfield Regional Animal Shelter;

11:02 a.m.: motor vehicle complaint, Airport Industrial Park Road, a caller reports that a tractor trailer unit backed into the side of a building but that there is no smoke or fire, the responding officer reports that the tractor trailer was attempting to leave the scene so he stopped it further down the road, the officer reports that there was little to no structural damage as a result of the crash;

4:21 p.m.: motor vehicle accident, Franklin Street, multiple callers report a two-car accident with airbags deployed and unknown injuries, the responding officer reports that one female party was complaining of leg pain, the officer reports that a town truck was onroute and an ambulance would be transporting one person to Baystate Noble Hospital;

6:35 p.m.: warrant service, Day Avenue, officers and detectives served a warrant for a Day Avenue apartment because of suspected drug trafficking at the location, Jeffrey J. Marques, 34, and Kayla Bolio, 28, of 35B Day Ave. were both placed under arrest for possession of a class A drug with intent to distribute, trafficking of cocaine between 36 and 100 grams, two counts of possessing a firearm without a Firearm Identification Card, receiving stolen property worth less than $1,200, two counts of improperly stored firearms, and possession of ammunition without a Firearm Identification Card;

9:38 p.m.: motor vehicle accident, Washington Street, a caller reports that she witnessed a vehicle striking a pedestrian, the caller reports that the man who was struck appears to be limping away from the scene, the responding officer reports that he requested an ambulance to transport the man to Baystate Noble Hospital;

11:21 p.m.: motor vehicle accident, Meadow Street, a caller reports that a motor vehicle crashed into the fence of a Meadow Street store and was attempting to leave the scene, the caller reports that witnesses are blocking the vehicle from leaving the scene, the responding officer reports that a tow truck was requested to move the vehicle and that there were no apparent injuries.

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