Montague Police Logs: Feb. 1 to Feb. 15, 2021

Published: 3/3/2021 3:56:32 PM
Montague, Feb. 1

12:37 p.m. — Report of four spent fireworks near the pull-off at Old Northfield Road. No one around. Officer Nathan Pervere disposed of items and is checking the area for any additional items.

2:55 p.m. — Caller reporting his vehicle went off the road on Industrial Boulevard, went into the woods and struck a tree. Advise no injuries, no smoke/fluids and airbags did not deploy. Rau’s requested for a tow.

5:55 p.m. — Report of a two-car accident on Turners Falls Road. Caller was plowing his driveway when another car slid into him. No injuries reported. Rau’s requested for a tow. Officer Cody Wells providing courtesy transport.

Montague, Feb. 2

8:33 a.m. — Officer Michael Sevene advising someone struck the stop sign at the corner of Letourneau Way and Dell Street prior to his arrival and the sign is bent over. DPW advised.

Montague, Feb. 3

7:44 a.m. — Caller on L Street reports that at approximately 7 a.m. someone broke into his vehicle. Has it on surveillance, which he can access on his phone. Officer Daniel Miner spoke with him at the Police Station.

5:30 p.m. — A Park Street caller reports a two-car accident in front of his home. Tow requested for Chevrolet Malibu. Chief Christopher Williams providing courtesy transport to Millers Falls Road.

Montague, Feb. 4

6:36 a.m. — Caller (not home currently) was contacted by her 11-year-old daughter, who believes she saw a person looking into her window on L Street. Stated she could make out a person’s head, messy hair and possibly a cellphone being shone through the window. Officers spoke with an adult who was home, no evidence found of someone looking into the window. Homeowner will look into surveillance cameras.

Montague, Feb. 5

Noon — Caller states she was crossing the street at the intersection of Avenue A and Seventh Street and was in the crosswalk when a gray Toyota came flying through the crosswalk and almost hit her. Caller gave the plate number of 819WIO, but it did not come back to anything.

4:53 p.m. — Caller in the area of 345 East Chestnut Hill Road states a man is kneeling in the snow at the end of her driveway and claims to be overdosing on marijuana. Man does not want an ambulance, just an officer. Units advised. Shelburne Control advised to tone for medical.

Montague, Feb. 10

9:51 a.m. — Caller at Highland School Apartments on Millers Falls Road reports a stolen rental vehicle. Enterprise Rent-A-Car contacted him that his vehicle had been in an accident. When the caller called State Police, he was informed the vehicle crashed on/near Exit 3 in New Haven and was totaled. Caller states he parked the vehicle at his residence last night, did not allow anyone to use the vehicle, and that the keys were last seen in his apartment but that he does not know where in the apartment they are. Does not know the license plate number.

11:30 a.m. — Delivery driver stuck behind the locked gate on Migratory Way. Services rendered by Officer Nathan Pervere.

Montague, Feb. 13

6:31 p.m. — Shelburne Control took a report of heavy smoke in the Millers Falls area that can be seen from 25 French King Highway. Officer Cody Wells located a fire on Millers Falls Road. Confirmed with Turners Falls Fire Department that the residents had a burn permit. Fire under control. Fire Department then located a working fire at 108 South Prospect St. Used to be a structure but is now just a large fire. Unpermitted burn of a trailer. Fire Department extinguishing the fire.

Montague, Feb. 15

8:07 p.m. — Seth Recore, 33, of Montague Street in Turners Falls, was arrested for OUI-liquor over .08 percent (second offense), operating to endanger, and operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked for OUI.


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