Orange Police log Oct. 5-7, 2020

Published: 10/13/2020 2:38:47 PM
Modified: 10/13/2020 2:38:43 PM
Monday, Oct. 5

6:53 a.m. — Noise complaint, Red Brook Lane. Female party is yelling and screaming. Same is an ongoing issue.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

6:28 p.m. — Party advises while he was driving by he saw four or five middle school-aged kids hanging around and going into his empty building, West River Street. Located four subjects matching reporting party’s description. Same stated they had gone inside to hide a bicycle while they went down to the river as they did not want it to be stolen. They were advised to stay out of the building as it is trespassing and it is not structurally safe. Same understood.

7 p.m. — Motor vehicle violation, East Main Street. Theodore Joseph Boulet, Jr., 30, of Orange, was arrested on charges of operating motor vehicle with license suspended and three warrants.

Wednesday, Oct. 7

2:48 a.m. — Motor vehicle violation, South Main Street. Officer conducted a random query on a vehicle traveling ahead of him and he learned that the plates did not match the vehicle. Officer conducted the traffic stop and learned that the operator had exceeded the 21 allotted days for the registration process. The vehicle was towed and the driver was issued a criminal citation.

8:51 a.m. — Party called requesting a welfare check be done on his elderly parents as he has not been able to get ahold of them, Lake Avenue. Officer made contact with the parents who advised that their phone line was down and was being fixed that day. Everything was fine. Reporting party was called back and notified.

1:38 p.m. — Party into the station to report that she was scammed and provided someone with her social security number over the phone, East River Street. Advised to contact the social security office and notify them to ensure that there is no fraudulent activity.

1:57 p.m. — Caller reporting a past sexual assault.

4:22 p.m. — Party advises the neighbor across the street is threatening to stab her husband and reporting party’s father, East River Street. Officers responded and spoke to all involved parties. It was found that a few days ago the neighbor had reported that subject spit in her face. Due to this, relatives confronted subject about spitting in her face and all began to argue. The situation was mediated and they were all told to leave each other alone.

5:33 p.m. — Traffic hazard, Athol Road. Located a large tree across roadway resting on wires.

5:39 p.m. — Line and tree down, Magood Road. Power company advised.

5:40 p.m. — Traffic hazard, Royalston Road. Located broken tree leaning against wires.

6:13 p.m. — Line and tree down, Tully Road. Power company advised.

6:46 p.m. — Party called to speak with officer, East River Street. Officer returned call and reporting party is still trying to get his property from subject. He heard she is moving per landlord and she still has his property. He was asking if he could leave her a letter in her mailbox to leave his stuff and that he will come with the landlord once she moves out. He wanted on record in case issues arise.

7:04 p.m. — Call into the station regarding past shoplifting, East Main Street. Officer responded and investigation to be conducted.

9:14 p.m. — Caller states a vehicle just did a drug deal and is leaving the area, Fairman Road. Officer checked the area, the vehicle was gone on arrival.

9:47 p.m. — Party advises he can hear what sounded like a young child screaming help me, Dexter Street. Officers checked the area, unfounded.

10:11 p.m. — Trees and lines down, Athol Road. OFD notified power company.

11:30 p.m. — Party advises she got a notification on her RING app of someone at her residence, Stone Valley Road. Based on what they can see, a bald male entered their residence, a large van is parked out front. Items can be seen in the male party’s hand. Residence is currently under construction and no one should be inside. All units responded and checked the area/house. Nothing active. Officers did not see or hear any suspicious activities.

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