Orange Police Log: March 17 & 19

Published: 3/22/2019 10:46:45 AM
Sunday, March 17

1:21 a.m. — East River Street caller said he knows the police are trying to check on his welfare. He was out walking and will stand by. Officer met up with the individual, who said he was just sad about his friend’s death. He was intoxicated and given a ride back to his residence.

2:43 a.m. — Caller states subject came home and since then has gotten drunk and is tapping on the glass window with a metal claw, East River Street. Transported male party to Athol Hospital for evaluation.

7:45 a.m. — Report of injured hawk on East Main Street sidewalk; requests Animal Control respond with a cage. Bird flew from sidewalk toward Cumberland Farms; caller believes it has a broken leg. Area checked, no contact.

10:51 a.m — Resident to station reporting officer is working on a larceny of a package that was mis delivered and there is a vehicle at the residence now. The common area dna outside was checked and no package was observed. Reporting party advised.

2:51 p.m. — Motor vehicle accident, no injuries, Fountain Street. Party requests officer; her vehicle was backed into on the property. Elantra was backed into by a Rav4; minor damage to rear left door and fender of Elantra. Minor damage to left side or rear bumper on Rav4. Advised to exchange information to make report to insurance.

6:05 p.m. — Report of loose pitbull running in and out of traffic, East Main Street. Owner took dog into his vehicle.

6:39 p.m. — Traffic stop for speeding, East River Street. Operator Stephany A. Robertson, 38, or Bryant Street, Athol, placed under arrest on default warrant. Transported to the police station.

10:46 p.m. — Athol Hospital Emergency Room faxed a Massachusetts burn injury report to be left for the chief.

10:54 p.m. — Athol Hospital called in a dog bite, East River Street. Information faxed to police.

Thursday, March 21

8:19 a.m. — Pickup truck lost its load, East River Street. Officer assisted resident in picking up tree branches that fell from truck.

9:12 a.m — Dexter Street. Caller reports irate subject was in the office making threats to do harm toward her and others in the school. She has since left, but caller asked to speak with officer. It was reported the parent entered the classroom of her son and disrupted it to the point where other teachers came out into the hallway. A threat to physically assault a female teacher was also made. Officers advised the teacher that charges could be brought for disturbing a school assembly if a statement was provided. The 258E order process was explained to the female teacher as she has been harassed and threatened numerous times. Officer responded to the residence and spoke with female party and situation was mediated. Female will refrain from school property until a further meeting is set up.

10:38 a.m. — Caller advises she drove to Hannaford’s and back and a white car has been disabled on West River Street area the whole time. Officer advised the vehicle has a flat tire and the son of the operator just arrived on the scene.

10:43 a.m. — Disabled motor vehicle Tully Road and Evergreen Drive. Caller reporting maroon car abandoned in the middle of the road. Dick’s Auto moved the vehicle.

10:54 a.m — Suspicious activity, Orange Municipal Airport. Caller reporting sometime in the past 24 hours, someone moved a key around on his key ring. This was the key to a door. Keys were in his car. Wanted on record.

2:20 p.m. — Walk-in with his father reports he recently applied for SNAP benefits. He was told that his Social Security number is being used, showing he has been a short order cook for the past 12 years which would have had him starting employment at the age of 6. He was provided contact information for fraud and credit reporting companies and advised the incident would be on record.

5:27 p.m. — Vehicle stopped for expired inspection sticker, East Main Street.

6 p.m. — Larceny, New Athol Road. Caller asked to do a theft report for stolen air tools and tool sets. Theft occurred around 3:05 p.m. and is on the store video. Report taken.

6:28 p.m. — Safety hazard, East Main Street. Report of needle in middle of the road on double yellow. Area checked; nothing found.

9 p.m. — Caller requested officer make contact with subject on East River Street. Caller states hospital informed they can’t get ahold of a subject and they are moving a patient to ICU and would like him to call party at UMass, Worcester. Notification made.

9:40 p.m. — East River Street caller requesting an officer speak with a man who has come onto his property with a shopping cart full of cans and other items. The unknown male has gone down to the river bank on his property and caller would like to know why he is there. Officer located the shopping cart, but unable to locate the male party. Officer spoke with individual yesterday who was just rented a room at the YMCA. The cart is used to collect cans. He left it on the property so he did not have to push it back to Athol. Officers unable to locate him.

Friday, March 22

1:49 a.m. — Report of drunk, South Main Street. Caller states subject is operating a black Suzuki and is intoxicated. Caller advises the involved party is following her. Caller also advises there was a BOLO on the Route 2 corridor in Leominster for her. Officer spoke to Gardner Police who state a call was placed from individual concerning her level of sobriety and they wished to have a welfare check done. Officers made contact with female who was in her parked vehicle. Officer determined she was extremely intoxicated. The 54-year-old female from Cranston, RI was eventually placed in protective custody.



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