Police Log, Oct, 12, 2014

Emergency response and crime report
Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014
12:19 a.m.: assist residents, East Main Street, a patrol officer reports he observed two people walking on East Main Street who were closer to traffic than was safe, the officer reports the couple said that they were walking from Springfield to a Day Avenue address, the officer provided them a courtesy transport to their destination;
7:02 a.m.: vandalism, Highland View Street, a patrol officer reports that multiple pumpkins were smashed in the roadway, the office reports smashed pumpkins were also found on King Street Extension, no victims were identified;
12:26 p.m.: motor vehicle violation, Hanover Street at St. Paul Street, a patrol officer reports he encountered a locked, unoccupied and unregistered motor vehicle, the car was towed to the police impound yard;
1:05 p.m.: accident, Airport Industrial Road, multiple callers report a two vehicle crash, the responding officer reports a  vehicle entered North Road from Airport Industrial Park Road into the path of another vehicle and a collision occurred, one operator was transported to Holyoke Hospital and the other to Baystate Medical Center where no information was available, a message was left for the owner of a North Road business to inform him of significant landscaping damage to his property;
3:03 p.m.: vandalism, Cabot Road at Russellville Road, a caller reports she stopped at a stop sign but the vehicle in front of her’s blocked her way, the caller said that a woman exited the blocking vehicle, approached her car and smashed the side mirror with her hand;
6:44 p.m.: Caitlin Way, a caller reports that while walking she discovered a tree stand with a gun on the ground next to it, the responding officer reports that the woman showed him an old hunting stand about a mile into the woods with a cap gun tucked into folded seat fabric, the officer reports that both the hunting stand and the cap gun appear to have been in place for some time but the cap gun was removed to limit future calls.

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