Police/Fire

Police log Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020

Major crime and incident report

Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020

WESTFIELD

6:23 a.m.: animal complaint, Sackett Road, a caller reports that two horses that do no belong to her are in her backyard, the responding officer reports that the owner of the horses was contact and the horses were wrangled back to their property;

 

7:49 a.m.: vandalism, Southwick Road, a resident reports that she woke up to find sticky notes attached to her door with harassing and politically charged messages written on them relating to the conclusion of the recent Presidential election;

 

5:57 p.m.: motor-vehicle accident, North Road, a caller reports that a vehicle went off the roadway and one party is possibly injured, the responding EMTs report that the vehicle appeared to have driven through the guide wires of a telephone pole with some damage to the pole itself, the responding officer reports that Laramie J. Pinna, 30, of 26 Maple St., Hinsdale MA was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and a marked lanes violation;

8:30 p.m.: animal complaint, Montgomery Road, multiple callers report that a cow was seen walking down the roadway by itself, the responding officer reports that the owner of the cow was contacted and would be figuring out a way to return the animal to its pen, the officer reports that the owner said he would be unable to catch the cow in the dark and that he was advised by his veterinarian that it would be best to leave the cow be for now until it returns on its own, the officer reports that the cow ran into the woods in the direction of its owner’s property.

SOUTHWICK

6 a.m.: concerned citizen, Powder Mill Road, a caller reports seeing a black male wearing shorts and no shoes walking in the middle of the road toward Route 57, the responding officer reports the man was wearing shoes and was out for a walk;

7:35 a.m.: recovered property, Powder Mill Road, a BMX bicycle was found at the motocross track, the responding officer brought it to the police station and later returned it to its owner;

10:40 a.m.: breaking and entering, Sheep Pasture Road, a truck was entered overnight and a leather notebook was taken;

12:45 p.m.: officer wanted, Depot Street, a citizen reports a fraudulent unemployment claim;

1:07 p.m.: officer wanted, College Highway, the reporting party advised police that one of his vehicles had been stolen.

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