Police Log Thursday, June 11, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Thursday, June 11, 2020


12:03 a.m.: noise complaint, Dartmouth Street, a caller reports a noise complaint, the two responding officers report peace was restored;
8:09 a.m.: school investigation, Montgomery Road, parents came to the station to report that their daughter is being bullied on-line, a school resource officer reports he spoke with the parents and filed an incident report;
1:11 p.m.: incapacitated person, Holyoke Road, a caller reports a young male pedestrian is acting erratically and roaming through backyards, the responding officer reports the young man was confused, did not know how he got to Westfield and said he may have left his vehicle on the turnpike, a check with State Police revealed that the man’s vehicle and been left at the Blandford rest stop and a trooper had taken the man to a Westfield motel to rest, the man agreed to be transported to Baystate Noble Hospital;
5:15 p.m.: accident, North Elm Street, cameras show a tractor-trailer unit is stopped in the southbound span of the Great River bridges and the operator is walking around it, the responding officer reports the tractor-trailer unit was towed to the police impound yard.



7:09 a.m.: general services, Powder Mill Road, a resident requested information regarding the removal of her ex-husband’s inoperable vehicle from her property;

1:26 p.m.: inspection, Sheep Pastire Road, a permit was issued to Edgewood Golf Course;

2 p.m.: officer wanted, Depot Street, a person sought advise at the Southwick Police station regarding a family member using heroin;

9:21 a.m.: suspicious person, Powder Mill Road, a caller reports four youths at the school who may have gained access to the roof, an officer investigated and found no issues.

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