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Police Log Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019

WESTFIELD
Major crime and incident report
Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019

12:40 a.m.: disturbance, Russell Road, a patrol officer reports he observed traffic snarled on Russell Road and found that about 40 vehicles were parked on the sides of the road at a college aged party, the officer reports 40-50 persons were found to be in the roadway, the officer reports he saw a male party in the road apparently assault a female party in the road and the man attempted to resist the officer as he was taken into custody, Trevor Robert Kemp, 20, of 10 Duxbury Lane, Amherst, was arrested for disorderly conduct, the officer reports he spoke with the tenants hosting the party who said that they were unaware of the disturbance caused by their guests but were cooperative and asked their guests to disperse;
10:46 a.m.: vandalism, Washington Street, a resident came to the station to complain of vandalism to her motor vehicle, the responding officer reports the complainant said that a swastika was carved into the paint of her car overnight while it was parked in the parking lot of a social club;
11:01 a.m.: identity fraud, Ridgeway Street, a resident came to the station to report misuse of her debit card, the responding officer reports the card was fraudulently used in the North Attleboro area, the case was referred the detective bureau;
11:22 a.m.: motor vehicle violation, East Silver Street, a patrol officer reports he observed a motorist fail to stop for a ‘Stop’ sign, the car was stopped and the operator was found to be unlicensed, a criminal complaint was filed;
1:09 p.m.: city ordinance violation, Thomas Street at Elm Street, a caller reports that a woman showed her private area to a topless male party, the responding officer reports he found the two persons and reports that the woman was found to be the subject of four outstanding warrants issued in 2019 by the Chicopee district court, Christine Devlin, 61, of 133 Columbus, Chicopee, was arrested on the warrants, the male party was issued a city ordinance violation citation for consuming alcohol in public;
7:57 p.m.: liquor law violation, Shepard Street at Lincoln Street, patrol officers report a person found to be in possession of an open container of liquor was issued a city ordinance violation citation;
8:09 p.m.: liquor law violation, Shepard Street at Lincoln Street, patrol officers report a minor was found to be in possession of case of beer, a city ordinance violation citation was issued;
8:52 p.m.: disturbance, Dubois Street, a caller reports a collage aged party is creating a disturbance, the three responding officers report peace was restored;
10:00 p.m.: liquor law violation, School Street, patrol officers report a minor was who initially offered false identification was found to be in possession of liquor, a city ordinance violation citation was issued;
10:35 p.m.: liquor law violation, Shepard Street at Lincoln Street, patrol officers report two persons were found to be in possession of open containers of alcohol, city ordinance violation citation were issued;
10:51 p.m.: officer wanted, Lewis Street, a caller reports finding ammunition in her son’s trousers and asks to speak with an officer, the responding officer reports that the boy said that the four rounds were “prop bullets” he got at school, the incident was referred to a school resource officer;
11:08 p.m.: disturbance, Lincoln Street, a caller reports 30-40 college aged youth are creating a disturbance, the responding officer reports that there had been three previous similar calls at the address, more than 75 persons were counted leaving as the party was dispersed, the tenants were issued a city ordinance violation citation for excessive noise;
11:48 p.m.: disturbance, Dubois Street, a caller reported a large party with underaged drinkers, the responding officer reports more than 100 youths were found in the street, driveway and surrounding properties with discarded alcohol containers and other debris in evidence, the officer reports that while speaking with a tenant who’d given him his identification he was distracted by a skirmish and the youth grabbed his ID and fled, the officer chased him down and they youth attempted to avoid being taken into custody, Luke Owen Rooney, 19, of 1120 Main St., Hingham, was arrested for being a person younger than 21 years-of-age in possession of liquor, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, Matthew Swenor Jr., 19, of 56 Haviland St., Ludlow, was also arrested for being a person younger than 21 years-of-age in possession of liquor and two tenants were issued city ordinance violation citations for maintaining a nuisance household, creating excessive noise and underage drinking, the property owner was notified and responded, the officer reports that more than 150 persons were at the party which required five officers “to disperse in a somewhat orderly fashion”.

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