Orange Police Log: Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2021

Published: 2/18/2021 1:36:42 PM
Modified: 2/18/2021 1:36:40 PM

Saturday, Jan. 30

2:21 a.m. — Motor vehicle violation, East Main Street. Traffic stop for revoked registration/insurance. Plates seized, motor vehicle towed by Arsenault Towing. A 54-year-old from Orange will be summonsed on charges of operating motor vehicle with registration suspended and uninsured motor vehicle.

8:41 a.m. — Party states there has been a pickup parked in front of their dumpster for three days now, East Main Street. Reporting party states they contacted the party who left it there yesterday and said he would be out later to pick it up. Reporting party called the tow company, but they advised they needed to contact the police department first. Spoke with owner, vehicle removed.

1:24 p.m. — Party requesting a call from an officer regarding her ex-boyfriend may have driven by her house, Congress Street. She would like to give the police the possible vehicle description and talk about getting a 209A.

6:22 p.m. — While on medical call, officer observed a vehicle parked on the wrong side of the road facing the opposite direction in a no parking zone and slowing the flow of traffic as it was creating a one lane roadway, North Main Street. The vehicle was still in the same location when clearing medical and a parking citation was issued.

8:26 p.m. — Party called to report that subject leaves her white SUV parked on the street all the time overnight while the parking ban is in effect, Chase Street.

10:16 p.m. — Burglar alarm activation, South Main Street. Officer responded and was unable to make contact with anyone at the residence. All appeared to be secure and no vehicles were noted on the property.

11:37 p.m. — Party advises there was a fight outside, East Main Street. Reporting party’s boyfriend witnessed subject slash/stab the tires of the female’s vehicle. Female party has left the scene. Upon arrival all was quiet. Officers spoke with male subject who admitted he had an argument with his girlfriend but it was only verbal and he denied slashing any tires. The area was checked for female subject’s vehicle with negative contact. A BOLO was requested for surrounding towns to check her welfare.

Sunday, Jan. 31

12:50 p.m. — Caller found a wire to one of her outside lights had been cut and the spark plug wire for her snow blower had been tampered with, Congress Street. The reporting party thinks this happened back in December when she had another outside cut. The reporting party suspects a subject of doing this. The reporting party was looking to have this logged and is getting video from her work in Gardner and will apply for a 209A tomorrow with the court.

12:57 p.m. — Party came to the station as subject showed up at the house earlier and has now left, Tully Road. The reporting party explained how his mother who is the property owner does not want subject there. The reporting party is not sure where subject is currently living. The reporting party took a trespass notice to fill out and will call if he returns so an officer can stand by while it is served to him.

2:10 p.m. — Officer requested for a subject with Down syndrome that may have placed an item in his pocket, East Main Street. The person he is with is attempting to have him give up the item. Subject took a drink and a bag of candy and put them in his pocket. After speaking with subject, he returned the merchandise and no charges will be pressed.

3:53 p.m. — DCF requests a well being check of three children, East Main Street. Upon arrival, the TV was on and alcohol observed on the living room table, no answer at the door. DCF advised of findings. Call from party wanting to know why the police were at the residence. He is with subject at this time. He gave her cell phone number if the police would like to call her to inform her why there were looking for her.

8:53 p.m. — Officers responding to Pinecrest to keep the peace while a male party retrieves property from his girlfriend’s residence, East River street. Same done without incident. Reporting party also wanted it logged that his car was keyed sometime last night.

Monday, Feb. 1

3:30 a.m. — Clerk requesting an officer regarding the occupant of a room, Daniel Shays Highway. Clerk advises they have been banging the doors and continually ringing the bell. Clerk believes they need to be checked out. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the clerk who advised he wanted the male party to leave. While checking the room, the male party had already left.

7:42 a.m. — Manager of Honey Farms looking to see if an officer can do a welfare check of a tractor trailer unit that has been parked in their parking lot for two days, Daniel Shays Highway. The operator was spoken with and was waiting to deliver his product today and he will be leaving shortly.

11:00 a.m. — DCF into the station requesting an escort while they speak with subject, East Main Street. Same done without incident.

12:35 p.m. — Party sent an email that someone has been going into Central Cemetery with a snowmobile, Mechanic Street. He would like them spoken to and told to cease. Officer went to the house, no answer. Owner of the snowmobile called the station back. He apologized and stated the sled is for sale and the person who took it for a test drive went into the cemetery. He said it won’t happen again.

4:41 p.m. — 911 caller checking if her son is going to be okay, East River Street. Advised to contact Athol Hospital.

5:28 p.m. — Party advised he went to check on his sister and this woman came out and started screaming at him, Daniel Shays Highway. The reporting party was advised he was not welcome on the property and sent on his way. Officer spoke with sister, who was fine.

5:49 p.m. — Party advising subject keeps calling and the message says to call back with credit card information, Whitney Street. Reporting party would like an officer notified.

7:39 p.m. — Party advises there is an older white female that has a limp and that is upset and appears to be stranded, East Main Street. Reporting party advises she keeps walking in and out of the store.

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