Major crime and incident report
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020
9:44 a.m.: animal complaint, Oak Dale Place, Easthampton, a female party brought a very large orange tabby cat to the Westfield Regional Animal Shelter after the cat had been wandering around her home for the last couple of weeks;
6:58 p.m.: disturbance, Union Street, a caller reports that a neighbor came outside and was yelling for someone to call the police because someone had just pulled a knife on him, the responding officers report that they gained entry to the apartment as a disturbance was actively taking place at the time, the officers report that this was an argument between friends that nearly became physical but things had calmed down since, the officers report that all parties were advised to call them if things escalated again;
9:55 p.m.: animal complaint, Lockhouse Road, a caller reports that her neighbors german shepherd has been acting aggressively towards her and her husband and that it almost bit him while he was outside their own front door, the responding officer reports that animal control officers were notified of the situation.
9:07 a.m.: recovered property, Berkshire Avenue, a wallet was found and brought to the police station;
9:23 a.m.: animal complaint, North Longyard Road, a person reports their dog was attacked, possibly by wolves or coyotes, the incident is under investigation;
11:06 a.m.: officer wanted, College Highway, a motorist reports while driving on College Highway his windshield was struck with a BB;
2:30 p.m.: officer wanted, Feeding Hills Road, a resident reports the dumping of a mattress on his property;
2:39 p.m.: officer wanted, Fred Jackson Road, a resident requested an officer to discuss a neighbor’s security camera that is pointed at her house, she is concerned the neighbor is watching her daughter, an officerspoke with the neighbor who said the camera is pointed at his own property and he was not purposefully recording his neighbor’s property;
2:40 p.m.: motor vehicle violation, North Loomis Street, a caller complained of 15-16 “Japanese motor vehicles with high performance exhausts” traveling toward Westfield at speeds of 80-90 mph, a responding officer reports the vehicles were gone on arrival;
3:10 p.m.: officer wanted, a walk-in at the police station reports a person he has a trespass notice against is following him.