Greenfield and Montague Police Logs: Oct. 21 to Oct. 29, 2019

Published: 11/12/2019 6:30:30 PM
Greenfield, Oct. 21

3:25 p.m. — Only house on King Road, recently burglarized. Caller states his son can see multiple people in the woods near his house; concerned it might be suspicious. Spoke to the witness and obtained information about the ongoing issue. He will email pertinent documents/photos.

Greenfield, Oct. 22

7:15 a.m. — Caller reports both her and her neighbor’s mailboxes were damaged overnight. Mailboxes appear to have been clipped by a mirror. Still in working condition. Caller just wanted incident documented.

Montague, Oct. 22

12:52 a.m. — Officer out checking on a vehicle near the pier on First Street. Female said she was just looking for a place to watch stars. Female was moved along.

Greenfield, Oct. 23

6:55 a.m. — Caller on Riverside Drive reporting her 12-year-old son threw shoes at her; he reportedly has post-traumatic stress disorder. Stating her son steals her belongings to try to sell them at his school. The Department of Children and Families has been involved previously (caller stated they were at the home yesterday). Spoke with reporting party, who reported her child became unruly and upset after she found a note in his bag regarding an issue he is having at school. Spoke with child. Reporting party advised.

Montague, Oct. 24

8:40 a.m. — Report of stolen donation jar at Scotty’s Convenience Store, taken Monday afternoon. Suspect on surveillance.

Montague, Oct. 25

9:50 a.m. — Report of illegal dumping on Lake Pleasant Road. Male in dark blue Ford F150, unknown plates, dumped a black contractor bag of unknown contents on the side of the road. Sgt. John Dempsey advised.

12:16 p.m. — Report of vandalism to reporting party’s building overnight. Appears to be a BB shot through a window.

3:19 p.m. — Reporting party states there are three kids shooting a handgun-styled BB gun near the “dog park” area of Unity Park. They are shooting at trees and other random targets. Parties spoke to about the laws and about recent complaints. Also advised of consequence that may be incurred.

3:31 p.m. — Walk-in reporting theft of money from his business by a former employee.

Greenfield, Oct. 27

11:35 a.m. — Caller from an apartment on Congress Street reporting her debit card was charged for $851 and $783 out of California; not charges she made; already canceled card but requesting an officer call back.

8:25 p.m. — Dispute between child’s mother and father on Pray Drive. Mother threw the kids out of the house without proper clothing. Assisted with getting clothes for children. Ending transport at station. Arrest: Jayme Leann Jordan, 31, of Greenfield.

Greenfield, Oct. 28

5:03 a.m. — Caller reports an accident with no injuries at the intersection of the Mohawk Trail and Miner Street. Officer reports the sign by the left-turn lane has been taken out and needs replacing. The sign itself is reusable, the post is not (broken in half). Caller reports his vehicle went off the roadway, struck a sign and collided with a guardrail. Reporting party states no fluids are leaking, and no smoke or fire from the vehicle. State notified of damaged sign post needing to be replaced.

1:33 p.m. — Caller reporting they lost a cellphone in Northampton, called the cellphone several times and someone answered. Same advised they tried to chase them down to give the phone back but couldn’t catch up. Agreed to meet at Home Depot in Greenfield where the finder was picking her son up from work when she started demanding a finder’s fee. Met with male and female in possession of cellphone. Same turned over to her with no issue, parties advised.

Greenfield, Oct. 29

11:56 a.m. — Caller on Adams Road reports her Honda generator was stolen.

2:40 p.m. — Caller reporting several chickens and a turkey on his property on High Street. Referred to animal control officer.

Montague, Oct. 29

2:27 p.m. — Reporting party requests to report two past breaking-and-entering attempts and BBs scattered around the Brick House Community Resource Center. Believed to have occurred over the past two months.

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