Police/Fire

Police log, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020

Major crime and incident report

Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020

WESTFIELD

11:34 a.m.: vandalism, Maple Terrace, a caller reports that someone had destroyed one of his marijuana plants and stolen other plants of his as well, the responding officer reports that an incident report was filed and that he will follow up the next day;

5:09 p.m.: weather complaint, Russellville Road, a patrol officer reports that there are two trees down in the area of Russellville and Root Road due to ongoing inclement weather at the time, Police received additional weather related calls to Western Avenue, Springdale Road, East Mountain Road, Sunnyside Road, Shaker Road, Paper Mill Road, Old Stage Road, Lloyds Hill Road, Montgomery Road, Rachael Terrace, Maple Terrace, Lindbergh Boulevard, Court Street, Llewellyn Drive, Day Avenue, Congress Street, Beverly Drive, Foch Avenue, Buck Pond Road, Malone Avenue, Southampton Road, Loomis Street, Pequot Point Road, Casimir Street, Harold Avenue, Highland View Street, Irene Drive, Collins Street, Ridgeview Terrace, Main Street, Dewey Avenue, Twin Pines Drive, Union Street, Spruce Street, Loomis Street, Pochassic Road, Livingstone Avenue, Frederick Street, Cleveland Avenue, Medeiros Way, Paper Mill Road, and Rogers Avenue between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.; 

7:26 p.m.: motor vehicle accident, Montgomery Street, a caller reports that a vehicle drove into a tree and knocked out their windshield, the vehicle operator reports that she misjudged the distance between her vehicle and the tree and sideswiped it, the responding officer reports that the operator declined medical attention and went on her way;

10:30 p.m.: suspicious person, Mechanic Street, a patrol officer reports that he was flagged down by a party who said that a man was attempting to look inside of his son’s bedroom window, the officer reports that the son of the reporting party said the man was knocking on his window and trying to talk to him, the officer reports that the reporting parties were advised to call the police immediately if the man shows up again.

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