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Police Log Saturday, May 16, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Saturday, May 16, 2020

WESTFIELD

8:49 a.m.: weather complaint, King Street, a caller reports a fallen tree limb is pushing other branches on to electrical power lines, a G&E dispatcher was notified and reports a crew was scheduled to respond;
10:22 a.m.: weather complaint, Verona Street, a caller reports a fallen tree is blocking the roadway, a DPW dispatcher was notified and a crew was dispatched;
11:45 a.m.: document service, Hillside Avenue, an officer detailed to serve a protective order reports the order was served in hand;
11:47 a.m.: community service, White Street, a caller requests a police presence for her child’s birthday parade, a cruiser was available and participated in the parade, similar services were provided on Pearl Street, West Silver Street, Ellis Street and West School Street;
12:25 p.m.: parking violation, Granville Road, a patrol officer reports that after he issued a parking citation the vehicle owner approached and said that she had not seen the ‘No parking’ sign posted ten feet in front of her parked vehicle;
3:18 p.m.: disturbance, Main Street, a caller reports a male party is threatening to fight him, the responding officer reports the caller said that while he was waiting in line at a convenience store a male party soliciting a lighter or matches refused to back up when asked and then threatened him, the store clerk said that the man threatened her when she asked him to leave and asked the officer to issue the man a ‘No trespassing’ order, the order was served in hand and the man left the area;
4:07 p.m.: noise complaint, Notre Dame Street, a caller reports a neighbor has been playing loud music for hours, the responding officer reports the neighbor was advised of the complaint and required to reduce the volume, the officer also told the party host that the music must end by 10 p.m.;
9:27 p.m.: fireworks, Sabrina Brooke Lane, a caller reports hearing gunshots in the area, an officer in the area reports the sounds were fireworks but he could not determine the source.

 

SOUTHWICK

8:21 a.m.: restraining order service, Ed Holcomb Road, an attempt to serve was not completed, the subject was not home and messages were left;
9:21 a.m.: services rendered, Depot Street, the subject of a restraining order was served via email;
9:43 a.m.: animal complaint, Chapman Street, a loose black dog was returned to its owner;
11:33 a.m.: larceny, College Highway, a caller reports a debit card was used without authority and a computer was purchased and being delivered to an address in Salem;
12:44 p.m.: boating violation, police issued a citation on Congamond Lake for a sandbar violation;
12:48 p.m.: boating violation, Congamond Lake, a boater failed to follow directional buoys;
1:30 p.m.: boat violation, Congamond Lake, police removed three hazardous items from the water: metal buoys and a metal chair;
4:07 p.m.: boat violation, Congamond Road, an equipment violation was found;
8:04 p.m.: gathering, South Longyard Road, youths camping on town property were dispersed;
8:38 p.m.: gathering, Fernwood Road, police found all in order and a resident had a cooking fire in the yard;
10:54 p.m.: suspicious activity, Deer Run, youths reported yelling and chasing each other throught the neighborhood.

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