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Orange Police Log: June 7-8

Published: 6/11/2019 8:25:29 AM
Modified: 6/11/2019 8:25:24 AM
Friday, June 7

9:10 a.m. — Caller having issue with neighbor. He has now put old appliances and furniture in the shared right of way. Wanted on record.

10:31 a.m. — Caller states she asked her friend to meet her at East River Street location so she could get the money she is owed. Party advises she opened her car door and subject closed the door on her leg. Vehicle gone on arrival.

Noon — Officer approached by party wanting to get her personal property back from where she used to reside, South Main Street. Stated party will not speak with her. Advised of options.

5:29 p.m. — Motor vehicle accident, Mayo Road. Report of car on its side, into a tree and it is leaking fuel. One patient refusal. Vehicle towed.

7:34 p.m. — Disturbance, Dexter Street. Ongoing issue. Dispatch could hear a female yelling in the background.  Also received a call from party on Dexter Street advising her neighbor was verbally threatening her. All parties spoken to. Situation mediated and peace restored.

9:09 p.m. — Caller advises subject pushed her down, Holtshire Road. Could hear a male party in the background saying ‘are you sure you know what you’re doing.’ Officer spoke with all involved individuals. Situation mediated and options discussed.

10:29 p.m. — Caller advises she is attempting to sue subject because she had gotten a service dog through a victim’s organization and claims while subject was training the dog, neglected and abused the dog. Reporting party advised subject has now posted on the internet details about the caller and the incldent involving the dog. Advised to contact Groton Police Department; number provided.

11:11 p.m. — Motor vehicle violation, East River Street. Officer advises plate appears to be illegally attached to a Chevy pickup truck. Dick’s towed. Officer spoke with registered owner over the phone. The owner alleged to have the proper paperwork with him at his home. The registered owner was given until Tuesday to come forward with the new active registration in order to avoid charges. Vehicle was towed to the registered owner’s home and the plates were removed for the time being.

Saturday, June 8

12:12 a.m. — Disturbance, West River Street. Female shouts ‘I’m trying to leave, and he won’t let me.’ Male subject in the background states ‘you stole all my money.’ Female advises intoxication, and caller disconnected. Female party called back advising she did not need officer as she was no longer there. Officer had traffic stop of vehicle involved in this incident on South Main Street. Officer spoke to all involved parties and was able to determine it was a misunderstanding and all was fine.

8:48 a.m. — Mechanic Street party asked to speak with officer about a custody issue. Her ex-husband took the kids to the beach and has not returned them. She was dealing with the Hampton Beach Police Department last night, but they were unable to locate him to assist in getting the kids back to her. Party drove to Hampton Beach as the ex claimed he lost his keys and was unable to return home and drop off the children. He further claimed he did not answer calls later on because his phone died. Reporting party will see relief through probate court.

9:12 a.m. — Officer wanted, Stone Valley Road. Caller advises party is out of control and he is looking for assistance. Caller mentioned he had a stick and was throwing rocks earlier. On arrival the situation was mediated.

11:22 a.m. — Caller advises two adult women were screaming at each other in front of one of the women’s children, Main Street. Got into a Chevy Impala and took left out of parking lot, East River Street. Area searched. Negative contact.

12:42 p.m. — Caller advises the two females from the earlier screaming incident have returned and were again screaming in the parking lot, East River Street. Upon arrival there were no issues. Subject was yelling for her boyfriend to help with their newborn and groceries.

12:52 p.m. — Breaking and entering, South Main Street. Caller advises the garage was broken into overnight. Stateshe had two parties staying inside his camper but he has since kicked them out. However, he noticed that one of the screens has been damaged. He looked the camper over and everything appears to be in order.

1:21 p.m. — Control received a call from Walmart stating they found a small amount of marijuana inside the store. Same was destroyed.

2:32 p.m. — Check welfare, Red Brook Lane. Party requests a check on subject making statements last night and today that she may want to harm herself. Upon arrival subject denied making Q5 statements and refused any services.

5:58 p.m. — East Main Street caller reporting a tractor trailer unit in the Walmart parking lot next to her residence that has been running since last night. Officer spoke with operator who will move to a different area due to his generator.

7:59 p.m. — Winter Street caller reporting he can hear a male/female disturbance through the woods. Upon arrival, police mediated situation and peace was restored.

8:03 p.m. — East Main Street caller reporting her neighbor put up a derogator sign on her other neighbor’s property.




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