Orange Police Log: June 18, 2020

Published: 6/29/2020 5:18:20 PM
Modified: 6/29/2020 5:18:16 PM
Thursday, June 18

1:28 a.m. — Burglar alarm, Prentiss Street. Checked the area. All doors were locked. No key holder.

4:59 a.m. — 911 transfer from Athol PD, male party stating he was trying to call his credit card company, Stone Road. Reporting party advises he was trying to make sure his phone worked as he is unable to reach his credit card company. Reporting party denied needing police, fire or medical assistance. While speaking to the reporting party he stated he’s now forgotten who he was trying to call. Officers responded and spoke with the reporting party. Same stated he misdialed, but maybe needs some help getting up. Officers offered medical service which reporting party refused. As only service needed was a lift assist, officers stood by until reporting party safely walked inside.

11:50 a.m. — Return phone call to party who was inquiring what to do about the ongoing noise problems she is having with her neighbors, Chase Street. She also has concerns about subject threatening her son because of a past incident between the two. She was advised to contact her landlord and to call the police if issues arise.

12:16 p.m. — Custody issue, West Main Street. On arrival, party advised that subject does have custody of the kids; however, he has been drinking and doesn’t feel comfortable letting the kids go with him. DCF was contacted and advised who can take the kids until subject sobers up. An approved party was contacted and responded and took control of the kids. DCF was advised.

3:30 p.m. — Athol dispatch took a call from a veteran’s service group advising they received a call from a subject who made vague self harm threats, Daniel Shays Highway. Officer advises he checked Eagleville Road area, negative contact. The van was later located in Athol.

3:49 p.m. — Party advises cars parking on both sides of the road, Lake Mattawa Road. No hazard noted. Vehicles parked per usual this time of year.

3:57 p.m. — Report of a male and female fighting in the middle of the road, West Main Street. After speaking with both parties, found one party attempted to sell fake marijuana to other party. When he realized it was fake, he took his $40 back.

4:56 p.m. — Party advises subject is feeling suicidal and wants help, East Main Street. Alcohol involved, negative weapons. Transported to Athol Hospital by OFD.

5:29 p.m. — Party requesting a call regarding why cruisers were at his residence today, East River Street. Call returned.

6:13 p.m. — Hold up alarm, East Main Street. Officer advises the bank is closed. Checked over with party and no problems found.

7:01 p.m. — Motor vehicle stop, East Main Street. Operator issued a citation for an improper left turn.

7:38 p.m. — Party advises it appears the operator of a white van is falling asleep, South Main Street. Area checked with negative contact.

7:40 p.m. — Party advises she has a bear in her yard and her dog broke free and went after it, Prentiss Street. Reporting party advises the bear is still in her yard, but her dog is off in the woods and the reporting party is concerned the dog/leash is caught up on something. Officer able to scare the bear off using sirens and then was able to free the dog which was stuck in the woods.

8:08 p.m. — Party advises his collapsible chair fell over and he can’t get up, Stone Road. Reporting party advises he is not injured. Unsure if his door is unlocked. OFD was advised.

Friday, June 19

12:26 a.m. — Burglar alarm, Dexter Street. On arrival the building was secure.


Please support the Athol Daily News' COVID-19 coverage

Thank you for your support of the Athol Daily News.


E-Edition & Local Ads


Weather


athol forecast

Most Popular


Phillipston votes reduced NRSd Assessment

Athol Police Log: June 17, 2020

Dustin Johnson wins Travelers Championship by one stroke

Warning needed for “Our Town’ performances?

Royalston convenes outdoor town meeting

Social Media




Athol Daily News

14 Hope Street,
Greenfield, MA 01302-1367
Telephone: (413) 772-0261
FAX (413) 772-2906

 

Copyright © 2019 by Newspapers of Massachusetts, Inc.