Police Logs, March 25 - 26
Montague, March 25
10:25 a.m. — Report from a person who says a subject male is trespassing on First Light property under the Gill/Montague Bridge; a detail officer then reported a man was on the ice and the officer yelled to him to leave the ice, as he can’t be there; but the man appeared to ignore him; as officers searched for the man dispatch got word that the man had come back across the ice, past the fish ladder, and toward the canal area, and may exit near the old Discovery Center; officers checked the area but they were unable to locate the man.
2:28 p.m. — Disorderly conduct reported from the FRTA dispatcher who says occupants of a vehicle threw paint on the bus and then passed the bus and turned from Millers Falls Road into Industrial Boulevard; the bus is currently picking up students at Turners Falls High School, and report is that the vehicle is a small sedan, possibly a Toyota Corolla, blue or black, occupied by several teenagers; officers checking the area, and one officer checking the bus found paint on the window consistent with a paintball; the vehicle may have passed a cruiser going the other way on Millers Falls Road and headed toward downtown; four males inside, and the operator has a scruffy beard and a winter hat. Still under investigation.
Greenfield, March 26
9:44 a.m. — Domestic disturbance on Country Club Road where the caller reports she was just assaulted by her 15-year-old daughter, who is currently inside the home, in her bedroom; the reporting person will wait outside for officer’s arrival, the daughter also has a history of self-harm; officers sent, and spoke with both people and advised them to provide each with enough space to cool off before an altercation becomes violent.
Montague, March 26
9:45 a.m. — Caller from Park Street reports someone stole her identity, and claims she was contacted by the IRS and advised she owes them money because they have her on record as having worked in 2013; the reporting person says she hasn’t filed taxes since 2010 because that was the last time she had consistent work, but that since 2010 she has had some work, here and there, but didn’t file taxes on it because she didn’t think the amount was significant; officer to investigate.
11:31 a.m. — Caller from the Karma Salon at Fourth Street and Avenue A reports their salon cat was just taken by someone, and they drove off with him in a maroon colored Jeep Cherokee, but plate was unknown; officer to investigate.