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Police Log Sunday, May 10, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Sunday, May 10, 2020

WESTFIELD

1:11 a.m.: noise complaint, Powdermill Village, 126 Union St., a caller complains of loud music and loud laughter, the responding officer reports he spoke to the resident of an apartment from which loud music could be heard and she agreed to quiet down;
6:23 a.m.: weather complaint, Western Avenue, a patrol officer reports four young tress have been uprooted, apparently by the wind;
8:35 a.m.: assist other agency, Springfield Road, a Community Service Unit officer reports he checked a Springfield Road department store and found COVID-19 protocols were being observed, the CSU offer reports he made similar checks with the same results on East Main Street and Union Street;
3:06 p.m.: animal complaint, Lloyds Hill Road, a caller reports a very sick fix is in the area, the responding animal control officer reports the fox in question has been roaming the area recently and is not sick;
5:55 p.m.: animal complaint, Munger Hill Road, a caller reports she is transporting a stray poodle-mix dog she found in the Munger Hill Road area to the municipal animal shelter, the responding officer reports he went to the shelter to house the dog and provide fresh water.

 

SOUTHWICK

8:02 a.m.: fire, College Highway, a pizza restaurant had an activated sprinkler, firefighter report there is no active fire.
1:02 p.m.: area check, North Pond, a 55-gallon barrel was reported in the lake near the public access beach, Lake Management removed the barrel, which was not a hazard.
4:09 p.m.: accident, College Highway, a vehicle was damaged while parked outside a grocery store, the owner stated he noticed the damage after exiting the store, an area search wasnegative for debris and other damaged vehicle, damage sustained to the right rear corner of the bumper estimated at less than $1,000.
6:38 p.m.: animal complaint, Point Grove Road, a bear was seen running toward Grove Street.
7:12 p.m.: gathering, Shirley Terrace, police advised a gathering of more than 10 people without masks of social distancing orders.

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