Police Log Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019

Major crime and incident report
Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019

3:26 a.m.: noise complaint, Franklin Street, a caller reports loud music coming from a house a few doors down the street, the responding officer reports he spoke with a resident who apologized and turned off the music, see 3:34 a.m. entry;
3:26 a.m.: officer wanted, East Silver Street, a caller reports she had been engaged in an argument with a friend and wanted to drop him off at his home but the man refused to get out of her car, she said that when she told him she was calling police he grabbed her phone and fled, the responding officer report the woman said that she does not want to pursue criminal charges immediately but will wait to see if he returns her phone;
3:34 a.m.: noise complaint, Franklin Street, a caller reports loud music has resumed, the responding officer reports the music could be heard clearly form 330 feet away, he reports that the resident appeared to be intoxicated and said that he is deaf so he has to play the music loudly, a city ordinance violation citation was served but the resident turned the music up again when the officer left and refused to lower the volume or open the door;
11:37 a.m.: accident, East Mountain Road at Springfield Road, a patrol officer reports a three-car crash, the officer reports an eastbound vehicle attempting a left turn on to East Mountain Road entered the path of a westbound car and was struck before colliding with a car which had been stopped, two parties were transported to Baystate Medical Center and two were taken to Baystate Noble Hospital, two cars were towed to the police impound yard;
1:58 p.m.: larceny, Broad Street, a resident of a supported living facility reports a tablet computer has been stolen, the responding officer reports a suspect has been identified and his investigation is ongoing;
3:40 p.m.: larceny, Springfield Road, a caller from a Springfield Road department store requests an office for an uncooperative shoplifter detained in the store, the responding officer reports the suspect had allegedly failed to scan a few items in a self-checkout aisle, the woman told the officer that she had been distracted by her young child, a ‘No trespassing’ order was served;
4:30 p.m.: breaking and entering, Prospect Street, a caller reports that the back door to her father’s house was found to be ajar with a broken pane of glass, the responding officer reports that he was told that the resident is away, the owner’s son walked through the house with the officer and could find nothing obviously awry or missing, the man said that he would contact his father to determine if anything was stolen.

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