Orange Police Log: July 7

Published: 7/10/2019 11:29:14 AM
Sunday, July 7

Midnight — Party states male is attempting suicide, Perry Road. Same states he was saying things like he is “leaving” and “wishes he had more time.” Party states when he spoke with him he sounded like he was on some type of drugs and was writing letters. No known weapons. Officers made contact with the male party as well as other residents of the home and they all advised that everything was fine. Subject advised that he had no such thoughts and that everything was fine.

1:23 a.m. — Party advises there is a possible disturbance in apartment and can hear a lot of yelling, East River Street. Michael W. Roberts, 25, of East River Street was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace, subsequent offense; disorderly conduct, subsequent offense; resisting arrest and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer. Officer en route to house of correction; states the prisoner has hit his head 6-8 times in the back of the cruiser.

9:33 a.m. — Party states he has camera footage of a male party attempting to break-in, West Main Street. Party states it looked like he was trying to use a credit card to get the door open. Officers responded and spoke with the involved party. Party stated he is looking for his friend that lives there. Upon investigation, all was okay. Officer advised the party to pre-arrange the meeting next time and don’t be bothering other tenants.

10:05 a.m. —Report of threat via text, East Main Street. Officer responded and spoke with reporting party. Party stated that she received threatening text message from her son’s ex-girlfriend. Officer advised party of 258E order process. Officer received a credit card from the party and delivered it to the owner and advised her to stop contacting the party. All parties understood.

10:42 a.m. — Report of 911 call with raging people in the background, Daniel Shays Highway. Both units responded and checked the area. Negative contact with parties. Officers spoke with neighbors who stated two vehicles were involved in an incident where the parties got out of the car and raged at each other. Second 911 call from Sunoco with one of the involved parties. Both units responded and spoke with party. Party stated two young people were giving him a hard time. Officers advised the party to mind his own business next time and keep driving, or to contact the police instead of confronting them in the middle of the road.

10:49 a.m. — Reporting party advises that another party advised her that she was sexually assaulted last Sunday. Party advises that she is currently with her.

11:25 a.m. — Officer out to speak with subject, Adams Street. Teresa M. Blakie, 40, of Adams Street, was arrested on a warrant. Officer transported female to the house of correction.

11:26 a.m. — Party states there are people shooting, Packard Road. Party heard the shooting and walked up to get the address. Party states the parties saw her and have stopped shooting at this time. Officer responded and spoke with the involved party. It was a pellet gun, not a firearm. Advised of complaint.

1:17 p.m. — Party advises his red F350 is disabled and he has assistance en route to remove it, Brookside Road. Officer responded and checked the area. Disabled vehicle is on the side of the road, no traffic hazard.

2:30 p.m. — 911 caller reporting a male/female disturbance, Route 2.

5:44 p.m. — Party advises she is getting phone calls from a female party and the female is threatening to go to the reporting party’s address and beat her up because the female believes she was with the boyfriend, Brookside Road. Asked the party if she was able to block the female’s number and she advised she did, but she is still getting calls. Party called back saying the person texted her again. Officer advised her to ignore the phone calls and to save the messages so that if she discovers who is calling her she could possibly get a harassment prevention order.

7:18 p.m. — Officer alerted by a pedestrian of a male/female disturbance, East Main Street. Officer located parties who were having disagreement over finances in their relationship. Parties advised of the disturbance complaint and decided to go separate ways to cool off.

7:22 p.m. — Bear and two cubs hanging out in backyard, East River Street. No food sources have been left out. Caller advised to stay inside, not approach them and keep all food sources away from the outside area.

 

 


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