Published: 7/9/2019 11:12:33 AM
Friday, July 5
4:50 p.m. — Request for an officer for a female detained for shoplifting, East Main Street. A criminal complaint will be filed with the Orange District Court for the incident charging a 24-year-old from Millers Falls with shoplifting by asportation.
8:55 p.m. — Party reporting fireworks being set off for the past few nights, West Myrtle Street. Same advised they are shooting them off right out of the driveway. Stated his dog is going to have a heart attack and if police don’t go there and stop them, he’ll go himself. Spoke to parties who had used all the fireworks they had left. Advised of complaint.
9:01 p.m. — Report of fireworks being set off, East Myrtle Street. They also have a fire going as well. Spoke to party and advised him of complaint. He was told to stop lighting off fireworks.
9:26 p.m. — Caller advising the same people are setting off fireworks again, Hayden and East Myrtle streets. Officer walked the area on foot for 40 minutes, all quiet.
10:31 p.m. — Welfare check on party due to previous erratic operation report, Daniel Shays Highway. Party committed marked lanes violation and was not fit to drive. Attempts made to contact son to no avail. Party decided best to get a room at Executive Inn for the evening and will arrange for getting home tomorrow. Ware PD contacted as that is where party is from and they advise they did immediate threat on May 1, 2019. Citation issued and immediate threat paperwork faxed to RMV. Officer spoke with son who will respond tomorrow along with another driver. He will pick up keys at front window and then go to Executive Inn. He was advised of citation and immediate threat filing.
12:42 a.m. — Report of fireworks that sound like bombs in the area, High and Mechanic streets. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate any fireworks.
3:01 a.m. — Caller states he was at a location having a fire and had too much to drink and passed out, when he woke up 15 of his Suboxone were gone, West River Street. Same states he knows who took them. Officers spoke to all involved parties. Reporting party was advised that the accused had stated that they never took any of his medications. Reporting party was agitated and stormed off prior to the officers being able to take a report.
6:32 a.m. — Party states there is a syringe near the machinery, East River Street. Party will stand by for an officer. Item removed.
10:47 a.m. — Officer spoke with party from incident last night, Daniel Shays Highway. Spoke with son who said he will not be able to get up to pick up his father and the car. He requested the car be towed home and he will meet the tow truck at his father’s house. The on call wrecker, Jim’s Auto, responded for the tow.
11:19 a.m. — Party requests to speak to an officer regarding a call she received stating she won three million dollars and a red Mercedes, East River Street.
12:51 p.m. — Party states her 12-year-old daughter is out of control, Stone Valley Road. Party states no known drug or alcohol use and she does not have access to any weapons. Party stated she struck her with her hand, but denies needing medical attention. On arrival, subject had settled down and was in her bedroom. She was spoken with regarding the consequences of her behavior if this continues. The mother was advised of options. The father arrived home as officers were clearing.
1:00 p.m. — Caller states her grandson called her and said he was in jail, but not to tell his parents, Coombs Avenue. Party advised this is a scam. She stated she thought so and did not give them any information. Advised to call her grandson and/or his parents to confirm he is all right.
1:40 p.m. — Caller advises a two car motor vehicle crash, Mechanic Street. No injuries, but there are fluids leaking. Dick’s Auto contacted and en route for both vehicles.
3:41 p.m. — Party would like to speak with an officer about her son and grandson, West Myrtle Street. Officer spoke to grandmother and mother. Both stated he left around 11 a.m. with his 3-year-old child to go to the pharmacy and return home. After not returning, they feared both could be in danger. A BOLO was issued for the vehicle to stop and check the welfare of both. Subject returned home with the child shortly thereafter and both were confirmed to be safe.
4:48 p.m. — Green 4-door sedan has been parked for a few days, East River and Airport streets. Vehicle is actually in Athol. Athol PD advised, same states they are aware of it and vehicle is on private property and not a hazard.
9:05 p.m. — Caller states party left the “beacon” for her GPS monitor and is refusing to come get it, East Main Street. Party does not want to unplug it because she is afraid the cops will come to her residence because that is where it is registered. Spoke with party who will be coming to get the device.
9:17 p.m. — Caller states tree on wire and arcing, Spring Street. National Grid has info. Officers responded and assisted OFD engine and National Grid until roadway was passable.
9:20 p.m. — Party would like to make a noise complaint, Fountain Street. Advising a residence to the south of her is setting off fireworks and what sounds like a cannon. Checked area, nothing observed.
9:50 p.m. — Control advised officers were wanted, Eagleville Road. Party stated subject was walking down the road toward the house and was going to do them harm. Officers made contact with party on Eagleville Road. Stated he never said he was going to do harm to anyone and was only walking to the store to get cigarettes. Advised to stay away from Eagleville for the night.
10:10 p.m. — Fireworks going off in the area of the Armory. Party states they are getting her dogs going and the neighbors are going to start calling in about her dogs. Area checked, no fireworks observed.
10:35 p.m. — Party advises fireworks being set off, Lincoln Avenue. Officer checked the area, unable to locate.