Orange Police: Nov. 9-10

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Published: 11/14/2018 11:12:43 AM
Modified: 11/14/2018 11:12:51 AM
Friday, Nov. 9

12:53 a.m. — Motor vehicle stop, East River Street. Owner had recently received citation from Mass. State Police. Verbal warning issued for expired inspection.

6:37 a.m. — Party to station with metal clipboard containing a day planner; placed in lost and found.

6:37 a.m. — Motor vehicle lockout, East Main Street. Party at gas pump locked keys in his 2012 Ford F150.

12:45 p.m. — East River Street, Harassment Prevention Order served in hand,

1:16 p.m. — officer flagged over and party reported a syringe in the grass within view of public, East Main Street. Concerned for the safety of children. Located and properly disposed of it.

1:18 p.m. — Spring Street; caller reports receiving text from party who she has a restraining order against (but has not yet been served), and he states he is enroute to the residence. She said she will not open the door to the male and requested officer to come to residence to serve paperwork.  Reporting party advised she will be notified when male is served. Area monitored.

2:04 p.m. — Officer flagged down by a motorist reporting a brown pitbull is loose on Dexter Street. Concerned that children will be leaving in about an hour. Will check area.

2:15 p.m. — Traffic stop, East River Street, for expired inspection sticker. Operator will address it.

2:45 p.m. — Lifeline activated, Blodgett Street.

3:02 p.m. — Caller reports the school zone signs on North Main  Street are flashing heading south, but not working at all headed north. Superintendent of Schools’ office advised.

3:09 p.m. — 911 hangup call, East Main Street. On call back party advised she was trying to change screens and did not need assistance. Conformed misdial.

3:53 p.m. — Traffic stop, East Main Street, for defective equipment ( passenger side brake light). Verbal warning issued.

4:04 p.m. — Illegal dumping reported at Nina Pierce Circle. Party states items thrown into his dumpster. Two individuals identified as possible suspects. Attempted to contact with negative results. Following investigation, person identified who filled the dumpster. He buys storage lockers, which is why property was found in the dumpster. Caller will handle as this is not a criminal matter.

4:24 p.m. — Traffic stop, East River Street for speeding. Operator issued a citation.

4:44 p.m. — Officer responded to Walmart for an individual that has been detained for shoplifting. Criminal complaint will be filed with Orange District Court.

4:54 p.m. — Motor vehicle lockout, keys in car, Memorial Drive Not a hazard.

7:41 p.m. — Male/female disturbance, Pleasant Street. Verbal in nature and sounds like furniture is being thrown. Officers spoke with all parties involved; situation mediated.

Saturday, Nov. 10

4:13 a.m. — Request for officer, East main Street. Caller advises her upstairs neighbor is harassing her and has for some time. He is stomping upstairs above her and “gassing” her. Officer spoke with both parties. Reporting party advises the male above her is following her around from upstairs and makes stomping noise, and gassing her through some hole in the apartment. Male states his girlfriend left to go to work about 45 minutes prior and he was in his bed the whole time. Male reminded of the harassment order in place. Officer tried to reason with caller, told to go to bed.

8:09 a.m — Motor vehicle violation, East Main Street. Parking ticket issued for parking in a handicap space. No placard observed anywhere in or on the vehicle. Later the owner came to the station  and produced a placard. Note left for officer to void ticket.

9:23 a.m. — General burglar alarm, Prentiss Street. Accidental.

11:16 a.m. — Airport Street caller reports he locked his keys in his red Ford Focus and same is running. Services rendered.

11:51 a.m. — Report of tree and lines down in area of Intervale and Holtshire roads. Orange Fire en route. Found primary lines down and road impassable. National Grid contacted. Found a pole was snapped and tree across road. Officer controlled traffic until scene was made safe.

Noon — Walk-in reports his truck was hit in the parking lot at Walmart by subject. He exchanged information with the party but wanted it on record.

12;49 p.m. — Officer requested for female detained at East Main Street business for shoplifting. A 50-year-old female, of East Main Street, Orange, will be summoned to court for shoplifting more than $250 by asportation.

1:04 p.m. — Report of a traffic route road sign blew over and is now in the breakdown lane at West Main Street and South Main Street. Mass. Dept. of Transportation contacted. Sign was picked up and moved onto the sidewall.

1:15 p.m. — Request for officer. Stone Road party reported her 14-year-old daughter is believed to be with a 21-year-old male from Pittsfield at Butterfield Park. She met the man on the internet. The girl will not come home. The park and surrounding area were checked and they were not located. The parent was notified, and she reported that she knew where her daughter was and that her brother was with her and the 21-year-old, keeping an eye on things.

1:25 p.m. — Report of cabin burning in the woods, smoke showing, Ward Road. Scene not accessible by vehicle. Resident was not home, and attempt made to locate him at his mother’s residence with negative results. Later learned he was at Athol Police Department and they were advised of the situation and to break the news to him.

2:49 p.m. — One male and one female detained at Walmart for shoplifting. Walmart declined to press charges on male. Female, Rebecca A. Partridge, 36, of East River St., Orange was arrested on charge of shoplifting by asportation.

4:42 p.m. — Report of vehicle parked at Dexter Street and North Main Street location for a few days; same filled with junk. Officer will follow-up with Gardner Police. Spoke with owner who stated vehicle will be removed next day.

8:36 p.m. — Hit and run reported, East River Street. Party advises he is following a white vehicle that ran him off the road and crashed into another vehicle. Advises he is driving on East River Street going toward the police station and vehicle is all over the road and ran two other cars off the road. While on the line he saw an officer and stopped to talk with him. Officer out with the vehicle. Arrested Kimberly M. Leesha, 35, of Spring Street, Winchendon, on charges of marked lanes violation and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor (third offense). Vehicle towed.

8:55 p.m. — East Main Street caller advises a man chased them with two knives when they asked him to turn down the music. Caller advises she and girlfriend will wait by the library. Upon arrival found party and five other individuals kept going to subject’s apartment, kicking his door and yelling at him to turn down the music. Admitted that the third time he opened the door holding a knife because he was outnumbered and yelled at them to get away from his apartment. Reporting party advised to stay away, and if they have an issue to call police.

9:45 p.m. — Walk-in complaining that the upstairs neighbor on East River Street, who he has had ongoing issues with, was yelling at him while outside smoking a cigarette.

10:15 p.m. — East River Street caller complaining subject was yelling at her, waving paperwork. Claimed he also urinated on the property. Advised same would be on record as subject just left the police department complaining about her.



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