Greenfield Recorder – Montague Police Logs: June 10 – June 16, 2024

Greenfield Recorder – Montague Police Logs: June 10 – June 16, 2024

Greenfield Recorder – Montague Police Logs: June 10 – June 16, 2024

Monday, June 10

8:28 am — Fifth Street reporting party requesting a call back from an officer regarding suspicious notes that were left at her home and in her mailbox. She was advised of her options.

3:02 pm — The reporting party states that he has a lot at the community garden in Unity Park and when he goes there, there is always a white Toyota sedan parked in the handicapped parking spot and they do not have a sticker to park there. When he asked them to move so he could park there with his mom’s sticker, the woman wouldn’t budge, saying she didn’t have to. The officer warned that there was no car in either place.

Wednesday, June 12

1:59 a.m. – Caller from Cumberland Farms on Montague City Road states they are working overnight and requests police move with a person who has been outside the store for more than 20 minutes. The man appears to be wearing a green hoodie. The officer advises that there is a First Amendment auditor at the location. No police action is required at this time. The Cumberland Farms employee has been advised.

Thursday, June 13

4:23 p.m. — Party reporting at Ce Ce Chinese Restaurant on Avenue A reports both license plates were stolen from her husband’s car during the workday. The officers consulted. The caller doesn’t remember what the plate numbers were because they were just replaced from this thing that happened earlier.

Friday, June 14

5:44 pm — Caller believed to be intoxicated reports he no longer lives in the state but has cameras installed on his ex-wife’s property on Lake Pleasant Road and his John Deere tractor was stolen and towed to a well-known store. He doesn’t know where the store is or who stole it. The party has been advised that this is a civil matter. The caller has no evidence that the tractor is his and has been advised to call back when he is awake to discuss the matter further.

Saturday, June 15

1:10 am — Caller from Suzee’s Third St. Laundry states that there are three or four people in the location who are not doing laundry and have turned off the lights. The caller states that they want to be moved and requests to remain anonymous. advised the officer.

2:38 p.m. — Caller who asks to remain anonymous says there are three kids on bikes on East Main Street whistling. Caller states it’s annoying and she told them to stop but they said they don’t have to so she called the police. The officers consulted.

7:16 p.m.—The Millers Falls Road reporting party would like to record that while she was walking her dog, an older woman came running toward her yelling at her. The woman was yelling obscenities and being very aggressive. The caller continued to walk but felt the entire interaction was disturbing. Provided services.

Sunday, June 16

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10:07 a.m. – Caller on L Street states a medical lab has billed him three times for services that have already been paid for by insurance. He needs it registered for insurance purposes.

10:28 PM – Randall Wood Drive reporting group says there is a Toyota Supra that keeps driving up and down the road every two hours with a very loud exhaust (85 to 90 decibels inside the house) . Caller states he has called about this vehicle in the past and knows of others in the area who have complained about it. Unable to locate.

11:02 p.m.—The bartender at The Rendezvous on Third Street states there is a male party wearing a black mask and hoodie harassing customers. The officer said he was a First Amendment auditor. The officer spoke to employees still in the restaurant and advised them to call back if necessary.