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Police Log Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020

WESTFIELD

10:01 a.m.: motor vehicle violation, East Main Street at Little River Road, a patrol officer reports a traffic stop for an operator using a cell phone while driving, a written warning was issued;
10:08 a.m.: motor vehicle violation, Mill Street, a patrol officer reports a traffic stop for an operator using a cell phone while driving, a verbal warning was issued;
2:18 p.m.: larceny, Ravine Circle, a caller reports a college-aged female party made an unsuccessful attempt to steal political signs posted in his front yard, the dispatcher reports the registration number of the vehicle the woman was operating was distributed to patrol officers;
2:26 p.m.: traffic complaint, Reservoir Avenue, a caller reports a tractor trailer unit snagged wires attached to her house, a G&E dispatcher was advised, the responding officer reports the wires were cable and and telephone wires but the responding G&E crew made them safe until appropriate repairs can be made;
2:29 p.m.: assist resident, Elm Street, a caller requests an officer to stand by as he collects property from a residence, the responding officer reports the man collected his belonging without incident;
3:52 p.m.: motor vehicle violation, Broad Street, a patrol officer reports a traffic stop revealed that vehicle’s registration was expired, the vehicle was towed and the operator was provided a courtesy transport to a Union Street address;
9:41 p.m.: found property, West School Street at Smith Avenue, a caller reports an orange BMX bike appears to have been abandoned, the responding officer reports the bicycle was stored for safe keeping;
11:01 p.m.: disturbance, Orange Street, a caller reports a loud college-aged party, the responding officer reports no noise was heard upon arrival and about 10 persons were found around a small fire in the back yard, the tenants were advised of the complaint and of the consequences which could result if their gathering became unruly.

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