Orange Police Log: June 3

Published: 6/5/2019 11:38:08 AM
Modified: 6/5/2019 11:38:01 AM
Monday, June 3

8:55 a.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Mechanic Street. Caller reporting black Dodge (no plates on vehicle) parked in the back of apartment building and does not belong to anyone residing there. It was found tobelong to one of her tenant’s friend’s car. She stated it was in the way of her dumpster and wanted it removed. She was advised it would be at her own expense since it is not a police matter and car is on private property. Vehicle towed.

10:17 a.m. — Chase Street caller advises subjects who were previous tenants were found on her porch attempting to steal items. They left, heading down Main Street in a dark blue Chevy Malibu. Landlord en route and would like police to stay until he can speak with them. Reporting party said subject had grabbed a fishing pole outside that belongs to her. They gave it back. Landlord said subject have permission to be on the property. Both advised of options.

Noon — Car versus deer, Route 2. Caller conferenced in with State Police.

2:22 p.m. — Officers and K9 Drago off at Mahar Regional School for a drug sniff of luggage prior to the students’ Washington DC trip. No incidents.

4:10 p.m. — Officer advises he is out with vehicle at the registered owner’s residence, Route 122, Blodgett. Following up on a report of erratic operator on South Main Street. No signs of impairment; party stated he was just tired.

4:47 p.m. — Motor vehicle stopped on New Athol Road for inspection sticker violation. Arrested Natasha Lee Hayes, 23, of Cottage Street, Orange, on a warrant. Transported to police station.

5:12 p.m. — Officer wanted, caller advises approximately nine minutes ago while driving on Pleasant Street, a party jumped on the car. Caller advises subject is no longer on Pleasant Street and she is en route to pick them up at the park. Officers concluded that subject yelled at another as they drove by. The reporting party initially thought the females jumped on the car but that part was a misunderstanding. All advised of options.

5:17 p.m. — Caller reporting four to five white females were throwing fists at each other, at the bar next to the smoke shop. Approximately 18-20 years old. One wearing a white hoodie, another a black hoodie. While on line, caller said it appeared they were leaving.

6:10 p.m. — Walk-in to speak with officer as subject has been threatening and harassing her in regard to issue with subject and car (he took plates off the car). Party wants on record as subject claims he will be calling DCF on them and does not care if the children are removed. Restraining order option and keep the peace options explained.

7:16 p.m. — Captain advising subject will be getting released tomorrow and will have a GPS monitor. Subject will be staying at a Congress Street location.

7:58 p.m. — Cheney Street; Sheriff’s officier requested victim notification be made to party that subject has been bailed.

8:55 p.m. — Report of male-female disturbance at Pleasant Street. Officer spoke with parties involved. Minor argument which they got over with. All ok.

9:04 p.m. — Possible identity theft, East Main Street. Party reports when he went to cash a check at Walmart, he had to enter his Social Security number. Walmart advised him a different name came up for his SS, but would not tell him what the name was. Advised he contact Athol Police to file a report, and they advised him to file one with the Orange Police, since it occurred in Orange. Athol also gave the party a phone number to call to report the possible identity theft.

9:52 p.m. — Prentiss Street caller reporting a bear in their driveway. Officer responded and scared it away.

10:25 p.m. — Caller reporting the couple from earlier are fighting again, Pleasant Street; yelling screaming and running in and out of the house. Officers responded and the couple left the house prior to arrival.

10:45 p.m. — West Main Street, disturbance. Caller states an agitated male showed up trying to enter apartment. After allegedly threatening to stab her boyfriend, he drove away in an unknown direction in a small sedan. He wanted to enter the building, when caller refused he threatened other parties, stating he will fight them; a mention of knives and firearms were also stated. Advised to call back if he shows up again.

10:52 p.m. — Pleasant Street caller reporting subject arguing. The female says the guy cannot be found by the cops. Caller believes the cops have already spoken with the parties earlier after a physical fight.

11:40 p.m. — Caller reporting tenants are banging and slamming things around. Officers spoke to downstairs tenants and were advised of complaint. Loud music turned down.

11:04 a.m. — Report of black bear in backyard, Wood Place, headed toward North Main Street. Area checked, no contact. 

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