Orange Police Log: June 14-15, 2020

Published: 6/25/2020 4:00:10 PM
Modified: 6/25/2020 4:00:04 PM

Sunday, June 14

1:04 a.m. — 911 call for a bear that had been hit on Route 2. Caller transferred to State Police.

1:13 a.m. — Ongoing issue with ATVs riding up and down the street, Oxbow Road. Reporting party states they headed towards a residence which he believes is where the party lives. Reporting party states he caught two of them on his camera. Spoke to homeowner of residence who stated he did not ride his ATV past the reporting party’s house prior to this call, nor is he currently residing there, just doing work to the property. Same knows the reporting party has cameras and said it could have been others in the neighborhood as he is not the only one who owns an ATV on that road. Same is also aware it is an ongoing issue and plans to speak to the reporting party personally at some point. No ATVs visible on the road or property upon officer’s arrival.

7:30 a.m. — Female party in the lobby to sign a stolen motor vehicle report, East River Street. Same entered into NCIC.

8:06 a.m. — Officer advising he will be heading over to an address to check on a party, Chase Street. Officer took a phone call from a party advising they had been in an accident. Party is in the hospital and other party did not answer the door when a party stopped by this morning.

12:19 p.m. — Party would like to report her wallet and a set of car keys missing, East Main Street. She doesn’t not know if they are lost or stolen. A call from another party advising she is being accused by her neighbor of stealing a wallet. Officer advises wallet was located in the middle of the road and was handed over to him and will be heading to the address to return same. Officer advises he spoke to all involved and it is all set.

1:07 p.m. — Athol Hospital faxed a report of a cat bite, East Road.

2:00 p.m. — Walk-in requesting assistance with a motor vehicle lockout at the church, New Athol Road. Entry gained.

4:50 p.m. — Party advises approximately five to 10 minutes ago a male and female with a bike full of stuff were fighting and then both parties walked off and left the bike in the middle of the sidewalk, East River Street.

5:08 p.m. — Party would like to speak with an officer about some vandalism, Kelton Street. Reporting party wanted it on file that she believes someone purposely damaged her buttercup flowers that were on the side of the road. Same were bent over, unable to tell what exactly happened.

7:33 p.m. — Party reporting two needles in front of the stumps by the hydrant, South Cemetery. Reporting party would like someone to pick them up.

10:02 p.m. — Party advises a female on a bicycle that appears to be intoxicated or on something, East River Street. Officer providing courtesy transport to residence in Athol. Officer advised there was no one home, Athol PD also on scene. Will have her in protective custody. Party was released to her daughter.

11:54 p.m. — Party advises the house next to Pinecrest is having some sort of fire, East River Street. Reporting party called back and stated the fire is getting larger and going into the trees. Assisted FD. Stood by while fire was extinguished.

Monday, June 15

12:14 a.m. — Officer out assisting State Police with a search for a female, Athol State Police Barracks.

1:47 a.m. — OFD calling for burglar alarm sounding, East Main Street. Building was all secure. Key holder responded.

5:20 a.m. — Burglar alarm, Prospect Street. Building was secure. No key holder response.


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