Orange Police Log: July 14, 2020

Published: 7/30/2020 8:46:31 AM
Modified: 7/30/2020 8:46:30 AM

Tuesday, July 14

12:44 a.m. — 911 caller requesting an officer respond to her sister’s apartment because while the reporting party was on the phone with her she could hear her sister’s boyfriend yelling and swearing, East Main Street. Caller believes he is intoxicated. Upon arrival party stated all was okay because subject was now sleeping. Officer spoke with party by phone. Party was offered several options to separate her from subject but refused. Party will continue to keep in contact and call police back if necessary.

1:53 a.m. — Officer advises he found a male party sleeping on a bench at Walmart, East Main Street. Courtesy transport provided.

8:30 a.m. — Party into the station with an overdue parking notice from San Antonio, Texas, Horton Road. It was in regards to an overdue parking ticket from Roxbury in February. Party was supposed to send a check to Cincinnati, Ohio. Officer called Roxbury PD and this is not how they process tickets. Faxed Roxbury PD a copy of the letter that they believe is a scam.

11:55 a.m. — Party advised she got a letter from Massachusetts Unemployment regarding a claim she filed, Winter Street. She did not file a claim. The claim was effective 7/5/2020. She called unemployment. Same took a report and advised her to call police. She was advised to monitor her credit report.

1:34 p.m. — Caller reports a tree and wires down, Intervale Road. Unable to get out of driveway.

2:03 p.m. — Party advises he was on the phone with a company and he thought they were helping him get a loan, East River Street. He gave them his Social Security number so they could check his credit. When they told him it would cost him so much money down and a monthly fee, he knew it was a scam. He already contacted his back and Social Security. Wanted on record.

3:31 p.m. — Party advises that a suspicious vehicle that they had called before about is back parked on the side of the building, New Athol Road. Officers responded and monitored the vehicle. Same left shortly after units were in the area. Known passenger was later seen walking away from an abandoned home. Same said he saw bear tracks in the driveway and was looking at them. He was advised to stay away from the house as it is abandoned. Officers found unsecured door and searched inside of residence, all appeared okay and no forced entry.

4:07 p.m. — Party reports she got the Publishers Clearing House scam call, East River Street. They wanted her to pay $7,500 to process her claim.

4:40 p.m. — Walk-in requesting to speak with an officer, East River Street. Reporting party stated that she and subject still live together. He is verbally abusive. 209A options were discussed as well as other options.

4:42 p.m. — Party advises a woman in her 50s on crutches with a dog yelling at a male party in his 30s, East Main Street. Upon arrival the parking lot was empty. Spoke to reporting party who stated both parties had gone their separate ways. Monitored area but unable to locate.

6:40 p.m. — Walk-in party requesting trespass notice faxed to Brattleboro PD as she already spoke with them and they want it faxed from her local PD, East River Street. Notice faxed and requested them to advise when served.

7:59 p.m. — Traffic stop for failure to inspect, East River Street. Officer observed signs of drug activity while assisting officer on traffic stop. Subsequent search of vehicle resulted in two parties being charged with drug offenses. Heroin and prescription medication seized during same. A 29-year-old from Athol will be summoned on charges of possess Class A drug (heroin), three charges of possess Class E drug (Gabapentin), possess Class E drug (clonazepam), remove/alter drug label and conspiracy to violate drug law. A 41-year-old from Athol will be summoned on charges of possess Class A drug and conspiracy to violate drug law.

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