Greenfield, Sept. 29
3:06 p.m. — Report that a man was seen peering into resident’s windows Friday night on School Street. Police to patrol area.
4:08 p.m. — Report of a verbal threat by man who said he had a gun, then left in vehicle. Police located vehicle, man fled from police. Woman later reported that her daughter’s boyfriend pulled up to house, yelled at her, threw item and drove away. No arrestable crime; women advised of restraining order options.
9 p.m. — Report of man sleeping in alley, near Mohawk Mall, Main Street. Police moved him along.
Greenfield, Sept. 30
2:16 a.m. — Domestic disturbance, on Bouker Street where caller says there is a disturbance, and there’s a fight going on upstairs, with yelling and screaming, and things being thrown; officers sent; found to be a verbal argument between boyfriend and girlfriend; the female stated she was arguing with the boyfriend over bills, her young child, and other issues of life’s stresses, but denied any threats or physical altercation involved she admitted to being three months pregnant, but she was checked on, and all appeared OK; she was advised of some options.
11:02 a.m. — Accident reported on Country Club Road; officer and firedepartment sent; one-vehicle accident and vehicle was towed, but no injury reported.
12:04 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, at Armory Street apartments where caller states a male and female in an apartment there have been screaming at each other all morning; officers sent, spoke with all those involved and all stated it was a verbal argument only; a broken phone was found in the trash can.
12:27 p.m. — Breaking and entering reported on Pray Drive where the caller says someone is currently in her husband’s apartment, and it has been broken into several times in the past few weeks; officers with a K-9 checked the apartment after a key-holder from management opened the door; nothing found; the tenant is going to be totally out of the apartment by tomorrow, and the management is aware someone has a key to that apartment.
4:18 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, on Hayes Avenue; caller reports a male has their 1-year-old child, and is packing his belongings to leave with him; she also claims the male pushed her mother and pushed her onto the floor, and attempted to hit her with headphones; the situation was found tobe a verbal argument between the couple, and after speaking with the male he left on foot; the female advised an officer that she made a false report to the 911 dispatcher because, “the police are useless,” and she, “claimed that she was hit to get the police to come faster.”
8:14 p.m. — Suspicious activity reported at Stop and Shop parking lot where an officer saw a person slumped over the steering wheel; investigation led to arrest of John A. Souza, 58, of Chapman Street, Greenfield, charged with operating under the influence of liquor, sixth offense, a second charge of operating under the influence of liquor, with a reading of .08 or greater, having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
10:04 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, on Chapman Street where the caller states that people are fighting, and hung up; officers sent, found to be a verbal argument, and a courtesy transport was given to one person involved to get to Turners Falls.
Greenfield, Oct. 1
12:06 a.m. — Caller from Mill Street reports the downstairs neighbor called him on the phone and threatened him; officer to call back; then the downstairs neighbor called and stated the upstairs neighbors are making noise, right over his bedroom; officer was advised, and spoke with all involved; peace was restored.
12:06 a.m. — A walk-in from area of Swift Cleaners and the laundry area on Main Street reports a person, who he believes is a homeless female, was sleeping down there; the woman woke up, walked outside, and then urinated through her pants while walking in the parking lot; the female then went back inside and changed her clothes, but the reporting party isn’t sure they are her clothes; officer sent and the female was moved along, as she wasn’t determined to be a subject for protective custody.
12:09 a.m. — Berkshire Gas requesting an officer on Maple Street where they have reported gas leaks in that area, and they will be digging up the road; fire department also notified.
2:40 a.m. — Report of an unwanted person found asleep on the front porch at the First Methodist Church at Franklin and Church streets; officer found a homeless male sleeping; he was awakened, and advised the property owners didn’t want him sleeping there; he was cooperative, and moved along without incident.
Greenfield, Oct. 1
12:51 p.m. — Breaking and entering reported on Homestead Avenue; officer to investigate. but on call back, no answers on home or office phone or cell phone; officer left messages.
1 p.m. — Caller from Highland Pond area reports a large snake on the path there; nothing further reported.
1:01 p.m. — Report of a person down on High Street, officer to check status.
1:07 p.m. — Officers making arrest on High Street of Pamela Provo, 47, listed as homeless, of Greenfield, on a warrant, and then taken directly to court, without incident.
1:32 p.m. — Caller from River Street requests an office regarding a 60-year-old man communicating with the 12-year-old daughter on Facebook; under investigation.
1:44 p.m. — Report of a minor accident in the Cumberland Farms parking area on Main Street; two vehicles, information exchanged.
2:20 p.m. — Caller reports her vehicle was struck by another vehicle in Foster’s Supermarket parking lot on Allen Street; operators exchanged information, but she didn’t have the vehicle information on her when she called.
2:26 p.m. — Person reported missing from Victory House on High Street where the caller says the client didn’t get on the bus to return to the program after school, but got on another Greenfield bus; staff member will
be in to file a missing person report.
2:55 p.m. — Despondent person reported on Russell Street where a Section 12 mental health protection process was issued, and the person was transported to the hospital by BHA.
3:46 p.m. — Accident reported near the Circle K gas station on the Mohawk Trail; two vehicles, one vehicle cut across the travel lane and was struck by another vehicle; officer found that operator of vehicle one was at
fault, and report issued.
5:16 p.m. — Threat being made on Church Street where the caller says a male from Wendell, and a friend of a female here, who is the reporting party’s best friend, told the reporting party he was going to bash the reporting party’s head in if he, the reporting party, ever laid hands on the female again in the future; the reporting party states he never touched her before other than a hug; the caller was advised the incident would be documented, and the caller doesn’t have a description of the person making the threat.
5:49 p.m. — Caller from Plain Road reports a sick coyote in her backyard, EPOs were advised and said they will check it out.
5:56 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, on Grove Street, and found by officers to be a verbal argument over child custody issues; the father has paperwork from district court stating he has legal custody of the minor child until
tomorrow at 2 p.m.; peace was restored.
10:11 p.m. — Despondent person reported on Phillips Street where the caller says his daughter made some suicidal remarks; officers sent, and she was voluntarily assisted to the hospital for CSO evaluation, at the patients request.
Greenfield, Oct. 2
12:01 a.m. — Report from Conway Street by a caller who says she believes the downstairs neighbor is using drugs, probably meth; officers sent, situation investigated.
2:06 a.m. — Domestic disturbance reported on Aster Court where the caller says a male threw things around the apartment and she said he has been drinking alcohol tonight; the reporting party then said that when she called police the male got into his white Hyundai Sonata and left; officers sent, found to be all verbal and she will seek a restraining order at court in the morning.
8:24 a.m. — Vandalism reported on Main Street at the NELCWIT offices, officer to investigate.
Montague, Sept. 29
5:37 p.m. — Report at station of property damage accident at Turners Falls and Turnpike roads. Advised of options.
6:12 p.m. — Suspicious person at Peskeomskut Park pavilion. Verbal warning given.
8:54 p.m. — Reported larceny on Turners Falls Road. Person advised of options.
Montague, Sept. 30
1:21 a.m. — David A. Carey, 46, of Lincoln St., Greenfield, was arrested on charges of a marked lanes violation, driving to endanger, driving under the influence of liquor, OUI liquor fourth offense, failing to stop for police and possession of an open container of alcohol in the vehicle. Greenfield police were called to assist.
5:39 p.m. — Caller from Thirteenth Street reports a gold Lexus has been parked at the end of her street with four occupants for over an hour, and she is concerned; officer advised, and checked the area, and spoke to a resident who did obtain a plate number to that vehicle; checking with state and found the plate doesn’t match up on a Lexus; officers will BOLO for that vehicle.
6:07 p.m. — The Lexus was located in a driveway on Church Street; the registered owner was attempting a swap but didn’t lose possession of the first vehicle; it will be parked in this driveway and will be properly registered tomorrow; the operator states he dropped off a friend in the Patch, and that is why the vehicle was parked there
Montague Oct. 1
12:59 a.m. — Traffic hazard reported on Greenfield Road where the caller says a tree had fallen into the roadway; he was able to move part of it, but it is still a hazard; some more debris was removed by an officer, and a message left for the DPW to finish the clean up.
10:31 a.m. — Harassment reported from Avenue A, where the caller says a male was verbally harassing her, and causing a disturbance outside, and in the common hallway of the building; officer to call her back.
2:15 p.m. — Report of an accident on Millers Falls Road in vicinity of the airport; where caller says one car went into a telephone pole; one person is out of the vehicle and walking around; the pole is broken in half, but the wires and pole aren’t in the road; officers and fire department sent, BHA and WMECO also notified; Officer advises the top of the pole is sheared off and wires are still hanging; officer issuing a citation to the operator; awaiting WMECO.
4:25 p.m. — Larceny of a bicycle stolen from where it was located at the Carnegie Library on Avenue A; reporting party said she was just coming out of the library when she saw a young male riding off on her bike; she relayed the boy’s first name, as provided by library personnel; officers checking the patch, area also behind Greenfield Savings Bank, and locations in that area, but unable to locate the youth; under investigation. The boy was described as, white, about 5’, 1”, and about 14-15-years-old, with bright purple hoodie and dark brown hair; bike is blue, mountain type bike, with orange lettering.
Montague, Oct. 2
7:57 a.m. — Accident reported at the F. L. Roberts gas station on Third street where one vehicle backed into another vehicle, minor damage; under $1,000. Services rendered.
Sunderland, Sept. 29
4:25 p.m. — Officer sent to Amherst Road, for a request to remove and unwanted person from the residence; found that the lease holder was wanted for a default warrant and arrested was James Millar, 62, of Amherst Road, Sunderland, on the warrant; the unwanted person reported there was allowed to stay at the residence.
7:50 p.m. — Fire reported on Hadley Road for fire alarm and smoke in the building, officer and fire department sent, found to be food left on the stove with burning food; Sunderland Fire Department cleared the smoke.
10:11 p.m. — Anonymous caller stated a loud group outside the pool area of Sugarloaf Estates with yelling, and urinating outside; officer checked the area, as well as parking lots, report was unfounded.
Sunderland, Sept. 30
1 a.m. — Officer checking along Route 116 near the town line for suspicious activity report of someone possibly stealing a lawn sign, or maybe putting one out; officer found no one there, and several lawn signs are out in the area.
1:25 a.m. — Report of a hit and run versus a parked car at Snowzee’s on Amherst Road; the reporting party was yelling and rude to the dispatcher; officer investigated the report; report filed.
Orange Sept. 29
2:30 a.m. — Call from Electronic Monitoring state office is looking for a subject in town; officer sent to that location only to notify him that he needed to contact probation office, but on arrival he wasn’t there; state
office notified .
9:27 a.m. — Officer on East River Street to arrest Audrey Thompson, (cq both) 48, of East River street, Orange, on a probation warrant.
3:23 p.m. — A detail officer reports a tree in the roadway on Fairman Road; officer responded and found it would need to be cut up; a neighbor will take care of the tree.
Orange, Sept. 30
2:15 a.m. — Vehicle stopped for speeding on South Main Street, investigation leads to arrest of Scott Haenisch, (cq both) 36, of Winchendon, charged with operating under the influence of liquor, and speeding,. 12:58 p.m. — Caller reports her car was keyed overnight while parked on South Main Street, she will also report to her insurance company.
7:57 p.m. — Report of an accident on Route 2 by Route 122, no injury reported, but officers responded along with state police, and investigation leads to arrest of Patricia L. Vasseur-Melle, (cq both) 59, of Barre, charged with operating under the influence of liquor, marked lanes violation, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
8:30 p.m. — Report of an accident at Moss Brook and West Orange roads where officer found a car went into a telephone pole and the pole was snapped; investigation leads to arrest of Nicole L. Pielock, (cq both) 25, of Chapman Street, Greenfield, charged with operating under the influenceof liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and operating with suspended license; roads were closed until morning; the car will remain in place until the pole is stabilized.
Orange, Oct. 1
12:10 a.m. — Breaking and entering reported on Mechanic Street where the caller says she heard a loud bang come from another apartment, and she stated a known person came by early and grabbed most of his belongings; officers searched the building but there was no sign of forced entry.
1:50 a.m. — The fire department ambulance is requesting assistance on East River street with an out of control patient; officers sent, and the person had settled down on arrival and they were able to transport the person to the hospital.
6:10 p.m. — Overdose reported on High Street, that involved prescription medication and possibly other drugs, officer sent fire department was on the scene, officer assisted, and the fire department ambulance took the woman to Athol Memorial Hospital.
6:28 p.m. — Neighborhood disturbance reported on East Main Street where the officers spoke with the reporting party who said the neighbors below her and her mother have been yelling and swearing at them; the reporting party also stated that those people threatened to call DCF to take her daughter away; officers determined this was an on-going issue between both residences, and all were advised of rights and options.
7:15 p.m. — Caller from Ball Street reports he got some type of message on his computer, and it indicates it is from the FBI, and that it has frozen his system; it makes reference that he has been on porn sites and child porn sites and they want a fine paid, or he is subject to arrest; he states he doesn’t break the law, and has never been to any of these sites; he wants this on record and will be seeking assistance of a computer technician.
8:55 p.m. — Accident reported on Prospect Street, where the caller says he was Westbound on that street when a white car passed him, going in the other direction, and their mirrors struck, and his (mirror) broke; the other car didn’t stop; services rendered.
9 p.m. — The reporting party called to ask for an officer to come check her mother, who had made comments to the mental health units about wanting to hurt herself, and she was intoxicated; on officers arrival the woman admitted to wanting to hurt herself, and wanting help; she agreed to go to Athol Memorial Hospital; she was transported to Athol Memorial Hospital and turned over to medical professionals.