Police Logs, Sept. 15 to Sept. 18, 2007

Thursday, September 21, 2017
Greenfield, Sept. 15

1:55 p.m. — A caller at Camp Kee-Wanee on requested assistance after she was denied entrance to Wormtown with a service dog. The officer spoke with a manager, who insisted he was trained in Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines regarding service dogs, and determined the dog was not a service dog. The manager stated that when he refused the woman entry, she grew angry and he then wished to deny her entry due to her attitude. The caller showed the officer information from a doctor about her disability, a service dog certificate and the dog’s vest. The dog appeared to be trained. The officer advised the woman to contact a private attorney and the state attorney general’s office.

Greenfield, Sept. 16

3:12 p.m. — A child on a bicycle at Cumberland Farms on Federal Street was struck by a vehicle, which then left the scene. The car was possibly a silver Camry. The call was transferred to MedCare. Officers checked area businesses for surveillance footage, but none of the businesses were able to record the incident.

4:57 p.m. — An accident without injuries occurred between a gray 2007 Toyota Corolla and a gray 2007 Toyota Yaris across from Stop & Shop on the French King Highway. The vehicles sustained minor damage.

Greenfield, Sept. 17

6:08 p.m. — Police responded to a possible disturbance at Aster Court after reports of a male party screaming loudly and swearing. “Per usual, Cowboys fan couldn't contain their excitement over a touchdown. Advised of complaint and not to get hopes up for playoffs,” the log states.

8:31 p.m. — A reportedly intoxicated male was going around the Days Inn on Colrain Road. The male, who resides in Greenfield, was sent to the hospital on protective custody, while he awaits a bed later in the night  at the Franklin Recovery Center for the detox unit.

10:50 p.m. — Joshua Dubois, 37, of Wells Street was arrested on charges of vandalizing property, involving a light.

9:58 p.m. — A two-car crash on Route 2 near Exit 27. A male driver heading east, crossed into the westbound lane and struck a green pickup truck. Both drivers went to the hospital. The Massachusetts Department of Transit was notified debris needed to be cleaned up, while Greenfield police and fire attempted to clean it all. Exit 27 would be temporarily closed down.

Greenfield, Sept. 18

11:32 a.m. — Police received a call about a a woman on Linden Avenue who overdosed, possibly on sleeping medications. The person was taken by MedCare to the hospital and a Section 12 had been issued.

4:34 p.m. — An employee of Dollar General on Federal Street reported that another employee may have stolen over $2,500. Under investigation.