Police Log, Sept. 22, 2014

Emergency response and crime report
Monday, Sept. 22, 2014
12:41 a.m.: animal complaint, Union Street, a caller reports a vehicle struck a dog which fled out of sight, the caller said that the vehicle’s brake lights were briefly activated but it did not stop, at 2:12 a.m. a caller reported that he had stuck a dog and drove to his North Elm Street home to call police, the responding officer reports he found the suspect vehicle at a North Elm Street business and suggests that the operator called 911 when he saw the officer locate his vehicle, a resident who said that his dog got loose and returned about 20 minutes earlier was located and said that his dog might have been the one involved but was not obviously injured, the man was advised to monitor his dog;
9:05 a.m.: school investigation, Westfield High School, 177 Montgomery Road, a school resource officer reports he was advised that a boy inadvertently brought a knife to school, the SRO reports that administrative sanctions were imposed and no charges were filed;
9:45 a.m.: breaking and entering, Powder Mill Village, 126 Union Street, a caller reports a shed was broken into over the weekend and two snowblowers were stolen, the responding officer reports that there are no signs of forcible entry to the shed which had been locked when the snowblowers were stolen;
10:51 a.m.: school investigation, Westfield Vocational-Technical High School, 33 Smith Ave., a school resource officer reports a pupil was found to be in possession of marijuana, a city ordinance violation citation was issued and administrative sanctions were imposed;
11:35 a.m.: assist resident, Sackett Street, an officer was detailed to assist as a resident takes possession of property at a residence she is vacating, the officer reports that the estranged couple has issues regarding some belongings and were advised that if they cannot agree on the division of their property they will have to seek assistance from the court;
12:08 p.m.: vandalism, Elm Street, a caller from an Elm Street business reports outdoor furniture was vandalized overnight, the responding officer reports the caller said that furniture used by sidewalk patrons was overturned and an umbrella was damaged overnight;
12:15 p.m.: assist other agencies, St. Dennis Street, officers were detailed to assist Department of Children and Families workers as they take custody of an infant, an officer reports the child was surrendered without incident;
12:39 p.m.: larceny, Springfield Road, a loss prevention employee of a Springfield Road department store reports that he was unable to stop a male party who left with at least a case of an energy drink he had not paid for, the responding officer reports the suspect had left the area and the employee was advised to call police if he returns;
3:00 p.m.: disturbance, Root Road, a Department of Children and Families worker reports that he is en route to meet a client who said that his brother attacked him, the responding officer reports a routine check revealed that the caller’s client was the subject of an outstanding warrant, the juvenile client was arrested on the warrant;
5:36 p.m.: animal complaint, Servistar Industrial Way, a patrol officer reports she encountered a person who had taken custody of a stray Chihuahua dog with a pink collar, the officer reports that a shelter volunteer met her at the municipal animal shelter and took custody of the dog.

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