Major crime and incident report
Saturday, May 29, 2021
2:45 p.m.: animal complaint, North Elm Street, a caller reports that there is a possibly injured cat crawling towards his area, the responding animal control officer reports that she was unable to locate an injured cat;
4:02 p.m.: vandalism, Franklin Avenue, a caller reports that his vehicle had been vandalized sometime while he was not home during the day, the responding officer filed an incident report;
4:35 p.m.: animal complaint, Pochassic Road, an animal control officer reports that a female party brought an older brown tabby cat that she had found in the middle of Pochassic Street to the Westfield Regional Animal Shelter, the animal control officer reports that the cat’s pupils were dilated and it was having trouble walking;
9:36 p.m.: disturbance, Southampton Road, a caller from a Southampton Road bar reports that a group of individuals are trying to start a fight and that he would like them trespassed from the property, the responding officer reports that a trespass notice was given to a male party who began inciting a fight after he had apparently tried to break up another fight.
9:39 a.m.: accident, College Highway, at least five 9-1-1 calls were made regarding a minor two-vehicle collision, no injuries or air bag deployment;
10:35 a.m.: suspicious person, South Loomis Street, a resident reports a white vehicle pulled into the driveway and a man knocked on the door and left;
11:29 a.m.: breaking and entering, Foster Road, a resident reports someone broke into her vehicle;
1:12 p.m.: officer wanted, Mort Vining Road, a resident reports that the previous night a young man came to the house to sell educational materials, the person was registered with the town;
3:41 p.m.: animal complaint, Maple Street, two dogs were fighting and separated by the owner;
3:48 p.m.: suspicious vehicle, Granville Road, a person soliciting door-to-door was not registered with the town.