Police/Fire

Police Log, Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021

Major crime and incident report

Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021

Westfield

7:55 a.m.: larceny, Flynn Meadow Road, a caller reports that a catalytic converter was stolen from his vehicle, the responding officer filed an incident report;

9:59 a.m.: motor vehicle theft, Orange Street, a caller reports that his vehicle was stolen sometime overnight, the responding officer filed an incident report;

11:47 a.m.: accident, Union Street, a caller reports that he struck a fence with his vehicle when he swerved to avoid another vehicle, dispatch reports that the vehicle would need to be towed, the responding officer reports that they would check a possible address where the owner of the suspect vehicle may live;

12:26 p.m.: larceny of a bicycle, Sackett Street, a caller reports that he has video evidence of his bicycle having just been stolen from behind his house, the responding officer reviewed the video evidence and filed an incident report;

5:04 p.m.: motor vehicle breaking and entering, Shaker Road, a caller reports that two motor vehicles were broken into at some point during the day, the caller reports that the windows of the vehicles were smashed, and items were stolen out of one of the vehicles, the responding officer filed an incident report;

9:59 p.m.: disturbance, Franklin Street, a caller reports that five or more individuals wearing ski masks arrived at his apartment looking for people who did not live there, the caller reports that he closed the door on the individuals who responded by throwing a brick through his window and fleeing in a vehicle, the responding officers report that they searched the area between Franklin Street and Westfield State University but were unable to locate the suspect vehicle, the officers report that they would also check a college house where the individuals could be.

 

Southwick

2:28 p.m.: general service, Feeding Hills Road, a caller reports that dirt and mud appears to have been dragged into the roadway, the responding officer reports that the substance appeared to have been cow manure that was recently spread on a nearby property.

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