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Police Log Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020

WESTFIELD

1:07 a.m.: trespassing, Half Mile Falls Park, North Elm Street, patrol officers report they spoke with several youths walking in the park and advised them of pertinent city ordinances before sending them on their ways;
11:05 a.m.: city ordinance violation, Sherman Street, an officer reports he observed 10 unregistered vehicles, a boat and two trailers in varying stages of decay on a residential property, the officer reports warnings had been issued in September, 2013 and August, 2019, the officer spoke with a resident who was uncooperative and dismissive saying that the vehicles belonged to her husband but declined to involve him in the conversation, a city ordinance violation was issued and the officer explained the fines the woman and her husband are liable for;
12:45 p.m.: disturbance, Clark Street, a caller reports at least 30 persons at a collegiate party, the responding officers report at least 30 persons were seen outside and approximately 20 more were inside, the officers report they spoke with four tenants who were cooperative and dispersed their gathering, the residents said that they have not been given the information package usually provided to off-campus college students and said that they had invited far fewer guests that the number at the party, they were advised of the COVID-19 guidelines;
1:55 p.m.: disturbance, Jefferson Street, a caller reports a large collegiate party is starting, the responding officers report they counted 70 persons in the back yard and about 20 more were arriving, the gathering was dispersed, the residents said that they have not been given the information package usually provided to off-campus college students and said that they had invited only 15 guests;
2:05 p.m.: found property, North Road, a caller reports a customer found a credit card in the parking lot, the responding officer reports the owner could not be immediately located, the wallet was stored for safe keeping;
2:20 p.m.: disturbance, Mechanic Street, a caller reports a large and loud collegiate party with persons drinking on the sidewalk, the responding officers report only small number persons were at three college rental residences on Mechanic Street and report the large “herd” of college students who have been moving from one off-campus residence to another was not located;
4:39 p.m.: disturbance, Lincoln Street, a caller reports a large and loud collegiate party, four officers responded and and a city ordinance violation citation was issued for keeping a nuisance house;
4:46 p.m.: vandalism, Summer Street, a caller reports vandalism to a motor vehicle, the responding officer reports an incident report was filed;
5:35 p.m.: disturbance . Arnold Street, a caller reports the two parties she had complained about earlier but had left before police arrived have returned, the responding officer reports that Augustin E. Jesus Ramos-Moran, 41, of 21 Summer St., Apt. 2, Westfield, and Luis A. Cruz Vella, 31, of of 21 Summer St., Westfield, were each arrested for disorderly conduct;
6:06 p.m.: burning complaint, North Road, a caller reports her neighbors have been burning all day, dual response dispatched, the responding officer reports a resident who had been working in his yard was reminded of the burning season and agreed to extinguish his fire;
10:19 p.m.: incapacitated person, Wilson Avenue, a caller reports a relative is high intoxicated, loud and violent, the responding officer reports the man was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself and was placed in protective custody.

 

SOUTHWICK

10:17 a.m.: disabled vehicle, College Highway, AAA was called and the vehicle was not causing a traffic concern;

10:54 a.m.: officer wanted, Sterrett Drive, a resident spoke to an officer regarding shooting behind his property on a marked path;

12:29 p.m.: boat complaint, Middle Pond, an officer advised a boat operator about improper towing;

1:54 p.m.: boat complaint, Middle Pond, a boater was advised not to tow through the tunnel;

6:18 p.m.: restraining order, Depot Street, an officer verbally served a restraining order, the subject agreed to pick up a hard copy at the police station;

10:41 p.m.: animal complaint, Shaggbark Drive, a caller reports a dog has been narking since it arrived yesterday, an officer on the scene did not hear any barking.

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