Orange Police Log: June 16 & 18

Published: 6/19/2019 12:20:36 PM
Modified: 6/19/2019 12:20:57 PM
Sunday, June 16

1:28 p.m. — Party believes a female party is possibly passed out on the main stairwell, West Main Street. Good intent call. Subject was back in her apartment prior to officer’s arrival.

1:31 p.m. — Party states her daughter took the family cat and dropped it off inside a backpack, Town Common. Party is enroute. OPD tied up with multiple calls, OFD will head over and check. Located the backpack, but it was open with nothing inside. Will check the area. Reunited.

2:41 p.m. — Party requesting an officer because everyone at the house was yelling and screaming, Ball Street. She advised she got mad and slammed the door causing the curtain to fall off the door and then she threw it outside onto the lawn. She also stated she had brought her cat to the house in a backpack and then let it go in the common because she no longer wanted it anymore. Subject spoken to and will be leaving for the night.

3:00 p.m. — Party reporting her foster child ran away again, Mechanic Street.

5:34 p.m. — Officer sent to keep the peace, Main Street.

5:37 p.m. — Party requesting an officer, South Main Street. Party states her wallet was stolen by her nephew. Upon arrival the party had located her wallet under a pillow.

8:22 p.m. — Loose cow in the road, Main Street.

9:40 p.m. — Loss prevention requesting an officer for a female who has been trespassed, East Main Street. Officers responded and spoke with the involved party. She stated that she cleared with the court and the corporation about the trespass order. Officer advised her that the order has not been lifted, so until that happens officially, she is still trespassed. Party understood and was sent on her way. Verbal warning.

11:48 p.m. — Party requesting the police take care of his ongoing issue with his neighbor, Red Brook Lane. Party advises subject has knocked on his apartment door and gotten in his girlfriend’s face making accusations, called her names and is saying they cannot have company after 10:30 p.m. Spoke to both parties involved. Peace restored for the night, advised to contact management for any other issues that aren’t police related.

Tuesday, June 18

11 a.m. – Officer wanted, West Main St. Caller said party came into his place of business to serve him paperwork regarding an eviction and stepped in front of a couple of customers to serve it. Female was in the background with her cell phone. Caller wasn’t sure if she recorded or took a picture of the paperwork being served and wanted this logged for an upcoming court date.

11:02 a.m. – Welfare check, East River St. Probation officer requesting a welfare check on party not answering her phone. Alcohol and location monitor (SCRAM) is mapping this area. No answer at door. Probation officer later called back as contact was made.

1:15 p.m. – Investigation started on a vandalism report, West Main Street.

1:22 p.m. – Caller reported that his neighbor threatened him in comments he made to other tenants in the building, East River Street. He is concerned about the threat and the subject’s behavior. Officer advised him of options and located male party who admitted to making the comments based on frustration. Subject advised to cease or there will be potential charges.

4:51 p.m. – Officer wanted, East Main Street. Caller reporting a hit in run in their town. Said the vehicle plate belongs to an Orange resident and would like police to contact owner and have them or operator contact their department. Control advised Leominster Police requesting to respond to the address for locating hit and run vehicle. Officer responded and no vehicle was at the residence.

5 p.m. – Warrant issued, East River Street. Officers responded to address to locate a male party with a warrant for violation of conditions of release. Spoke with the individual’s mother who said she would drop him off at the station once he gets out of work.

5:14 p.m. – Warrant issued for failure to appear, West Main Street. Anna M. Ford, 59, West Main St., Orange, was arrested on a default warrant.

5:45 p.m. – Caller from Athol Hospital ER requesting an officer to the ER. Responded and report taken.

6:38 p.m. – Burglar alarm or hold up, New Athol Road. Set off by cleaning lady. Alarm company advised multiple alarms coming in. Officers responded, building secure. Interior checked and no one inside. Keyholder responded and reset alarms and secured doors.

6:44 p.m. — Missing dog, West River Street. Dog is beagle-looking, older and white and brindle in color. No caller but is chipped. Area searched.

7:27 p.m. — Warrant served, East River Street. Jacob R. Parlett, 26, of East River Street, was arrested for an active violation of probation warrant.

7:56 p.m. – Caller advised her rescue dog attacked a raccoon and believes the raccoon may be dead, East River Street. Officer assisted Animal Control Officer.

8:39 p.m. – Officer wanted, New Athol Road. Caller reports that she stopped to look at a vehicle and noticed that someone at the dealership left the keys to another vehicle in the door of a car and would like officer to come to collect the keys. An employee responded and took possession of the keys.

9:02 p.m – Car vs. deer, New Athol Road. Caller advises he just hit a deer and denied having any injuries from the incident. There was damage to the right front end of the vehicle. Operator was advised to file an accident report and contact his insurance. Damage appeared to be under $1,000. Officers checked for the deer and were unable to locate.

Wednesday, June 19

3:28 a.m. — Extra patrols requested, Orange Industrial Park.

6:16 a.m. – Animal complaint, Cloukey Avenue and Hayden Street. Caller reported a Siamese cat acting strangely in the area and tried to contact the animal control officer. Caller is concerned the cat may have rabies. Observed cat appearing to have some type of issue, possibly distempered. Asked control to contact ACO.

6:52 a.m. – Received report of an 18-wheeler all over the road, Route 2. Caller was concerned that the driver may be falling asleep. Transferred to State Police.

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