Orange Police Log: July 13, 2020

Published: 7/28/2020 5:30:21 PM
Modified: 7/28/2020 5:30:19 PM

Monday, July 13

7:33 a.m. — Threat, Prentiss Street. On arrival, there were two messages stating that one of their employees was a racist and white supremacist. One of the callers was identified as there was already an issue between the two in regards to the same matter. The reporting party advised party left work. She was advised to contact the police if he arrives.

8:30 a.m. — Request for assistance with a lockout of a tractor trailer truck, Daniel Shays Highway. Same is running and is on the Dunkin’ side of the building. Entry gained.

11:03 a.m. — No trespass notices served to two parties to stay away from business, Prentiss Street.

12:25 p.m. — Party requests police check on a party, East River Street. They live together and he went to the hospital last week. She hasn’t been answering the phone, but she might not know how to charge it. On arrival, party was found to be home and well. Her phone is in the process of being fixed. Reporting party was contacted and advised.

6:17 p.m. — Party is looking to speak with an officer regarding getting her knife back that was held for safekeeping, East River Street. Officer located knife in evidence and was advised all set to return. Reporting party called back and came right down to retrieve.

7:02 p.m. — Motor vehicle violation, Route 202. Operator stopped for a modified exhaust. A 24-year-old from Orange was arrested on charges of operating motor vehicle with suspended license and improper operation of motor vehicle.

7:18 p.m. — Party advises he parked his motorcycle in the parking lot across from Stage On Main and walked to the pizza place, South Main Street. When he returned, he noticed damage to his motorcycle. Reporting party wanted to know if there were cameras that may have witnessed the cause of the damage. Officer called reporting party back a few times and line kept getting cut off. Message left for reporting party to call day shift tomorrow with particulars once he has better service.

8:54 p.m. — Party states there are fireworks going off, Center Drive. Second call advising the same. Officers responded and quiet on arrival. One of the residents was outside and was asked about setting off fireworks. He because upset and claimed police were threatening and harassing him and to get out of there, using colorful language.

9:53 p.m. — Barking dog, Stone Valley Road. Upon arrival knocked on the door several times with no answer. There were dogs noted in a pen outside.

10:06 p.m. — Officer wanted, Stone Valley Road. Party is outside swinging a stick around and won’t come back in the house. Upon arrival spoke with both parties. The situation was mediated and both came to a compromise.

10:22 p.m. — Call into the station requesting a welfare check on a subject whose Facebook page says they live in Orange and are posting suicidal statements on a Facebook discussion group. Called the reporting party back and it appears the posts have been taken down. Officer attempted to call cell numbers in house, but got no answer. Responded to residence and no one answered the door. All appeared in order. No call back from parents.

10:45 p.m. — Party advises subject took off on foot again, Stone Valley Road. Subject spoken to again in the driveway. After a lengthy discussion it was decided that CSO would be contacted.

11:40 p.m. — Party advises he woke up to glass breaking and can see a couple of figures with flashlights at the building and it looks like one of them is inside, South Main Street. There is a lot of damage. Three parties (two juveniles) involved were located and identified. Charges pending.


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