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Police Log Thursday, May 16, 2019

WESTFIELD
Major crime and incident report
Thursday, May 16, 2019

9:39 a.m.: found property, Lisa Lane, a caller reports he found two BMX type bicycles in a wooded area, the responding officer reports the bikes were transported to the station for safe keeping;
10:08 a.m.: school violence, Papermill Road Elementary School, 148 Paper Mill Road, a caller reports the principal told her to call 911 because two pupils were fighting, the responding officer reports school officials had the situation under control and will take appropriate action;
6:04 p.m.: trespass, Old Holyoke Road, a caller complains that a person repeatedly trespasses on his property, the responding officer reports there is an ongoing issue between neighbors regarding an easement necessary to access the property of one of the involved parties which is not yet resolved;
6:18 p.m.: school investigation, Westfield Intermediate School, 350 Southampton Road, a resident came to the station to complain that her son was assaulted in school, the complaint was referred to the school resource officer for investigation;
7:34 p.m.: arrest, Agawam Police Department, 681 Springfield Road, Agawam, Agawam police report arresting the subject of a warrant issued by Westfield District Court in response to a reported assault Wednesday at a Union Street address, Rey Andrew Dishmey, 22, of 132 Johnson St., Springfield, was arrested on the warrant;
9:23 p.m.: larceny, East Main Street, a caller from an East Main Street hardware store reports he was notified that Springfield police had recovered power tools valued at about $2,000 which had been stolen from the store earlier in the day but not reported to city police, the responding officer reports that the store manager said that a male party had been seen leaving the store while pushing a cart loaded with power tools which had not been paid for, the man was seen loading the merchandise into a waiting car which left the area, the officer reports that the complainant does not wish to pursue criminal charges.

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