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Arrests/Police Log, May 1 edition

by | May 1, 2019 | Police & Fire

ARRESTS

 

April 9

1:02 a.m. Officers Brendon Lyver and Ryan Polselli conducted a motor vehicle stop on West Main Street and subsequently arrested Cameron M. DeRose, 21, of 194 Goodale St., West Boylston, and charged her with operation of motor vehicle with license suspended, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle, and willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle.

 

April 11

2:10 a.m. On South Street, Sergeant Aaron O’Neil and Officers Preston Mucciarone and Brendon Lyver arrested Miranda M. Barnett, 38, of 16 Tanglewood Drive, on a warrant.

 

April 18

12:41 a.m. Sergeant Aaron O’Neil checked on an individual walking on Wood Street and subsequently arrested Zachery Rosenoff, 35, of 3 Merchant Road, Framingham, on a warrant.

 

POLICE LOG

 

April 9

6:34 a.m. An Equestrian Drive resident reported a suspicious vehicle in front of her house and wanted the area checked before her children headed out to the bus stop. Officers Brendon Lyver and Ryan Polselli responded and advised the caller that it was a high school senior involved in the “Senior Assassin” game.

8:13 a.m. A Main Street store employee reported three males asked a cashier if she wanted to “make a quick 20 bucks.” Sergeant Scott van Raalten and Officers John Corridan and Arthur Schofield responded and a report was to follow.

9:57 a.m. A Main Street caller reported suspicious activity of an individual from a previous incident harassing customers again. Officers Matthew Santoro and Arthur Schofield responded and advised the individual to leave.

10:43 a.m. A caller reported a 40-foot ladder was stolen overnight from a South Street location. Officer John Corridan responded and took a report.

1:47 p.m. A caller reported an abandoned vehicle with no plates sitting in the middle of the roadway of Pond Street. Officer John Corridan responded and reported a tow truck was en route.

5:30 p.m. The Ashland Police Department requested assistance with a person check on East Main Street. Officers Derek Morton and Moira McGaffigan attempted to locate the person with a negative find.

 

April 10

7:14 a.m. A Lumber Street resident complained of a construction company in the area constantly working before 7 a.m. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and advised the contractor of the town bylaw.

8:45 a.m. A motorist reported being struck from behind and the other vehicle was attempting to leave. Officers Panagiotis Hontzeas and Stephen Buckley responded and assisted the parties with the paper exchange.

10:54 a.m. A Peppercorn Way caller reported a vehicle that did not belong to the neighbors was parked on the street for several days. The owner was located and said he was having his driveway repaved. All was OK.

12:43 p.m. A walk-in reported a case of fraud. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas assisted.

5:37 p.m. A walk-in reported a suspicious male at Hopkinton State Park, where she was walking. Officer Benjamin Stickney assisted and a report was to follow.

 

April 11

12:16 p.m. The Environmental Police reported a male was harassing a female at the State Park on Cedar Street. Officers Stephen Buckley and Benjamin Stickney responded and spoke with the reporting person and the Environmental Police, however, the suspect left the park.

8:32 p.m. A Hillcrest Drive caller reported he believes his daughters were followed home earlier in the day and wanted the incident logged.

10:53 p.m. A Wood Street caller reported her dog was bitten by a neighbor’s dog. The animal control officer was notified and planned to respond the following morning.

 

April 12

12:27 a.m. A motorist reported hitting a deer on the Interstate 495, Exit 21A off-ramp. Officer Brian Sanchioni responded and reported the animal was able to run away, and the vehicle was fully operational.

7:26 a.m. A caller reported a vehicle speeding and going through stop signs on Wedgewood Drive. The license plate was obtained, and Officer Arthur Schofield left a message for the driver.

11:04 a.m. A caller complained of vehicles speeding up and down Downey Street every day, especially after school dismissal. The caller requested extra checks of the neighborhood.

11:55 a.m. Multiple calls were received about an odor of natural gas on Ray Street. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded along with the Fire Department, and it was confirmed that a controlled release of gas took place in Milford.

12:17 p.m. Multiple calls were received from Hayden Rowe Street about the odor of natural gas in the area. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and an investigation was commenced.

4:12 p.m. Sergeant Aaron O’Neil spoke to a female taking photos of the police station. She stated it was for a school project.

 

April 13

12:29 a.m. A Cedar Street Extension resident reported losing power, and an 89 year-old in the house required an oxygen tank. Officer Ryan Polselli responded and offered transportation to the hospital. The caller declined and stated he would monitor the oxygen while waiting for Eversource to restore power.

9:28 a.m. A motorist reported a vehicle backed into his vehicle on Wood Street. Officer Preston Mucciarone responded and took a report.

11:05 a.m. A walk-in reported a suspicious incident that took place at the Fruit Street sports fields. Officer Stephen Buckley took a report.

11:17 a.m. A walk-in reported an unattended suspicious item in a Main Street parking lot. Officer Benjamin Stickney responded and reported it was a large exercise ball and moved it out of the parking lot.

12:02 p.m. A North Mill Street caller reported the ongoing issue of a neighbor’s dog chasing her when she walks by. The animal control officer was contacted.

1:13 p.m. An East Main Street resident reported a loose pig in her backyard. The owner of the pig was contacted to remove it.

2:53 p.m. A caller reported a loose pig on Fawn Ridge Road. Officers Jay Deiana and Moira McGaffigan responded and contacted the animal control officer, who had the pig in sight but was unable to retrieve it before it ran into the woods. The owner was notified.

3:09 p.m. A walk-in reported the harassment of her daughter. Officer Moira McGaffigan assisted.

3:17 p.m. A caller reported a religious protest was taking place on the Town Common. School Resource Officer Philip Powers stated that the peaceful group checked in with him earlier and all was OK.

6:48 p.m. A Grove Street resident reported an abandoned bicycle on his property. Officer Jay Deiana responded and took the bike to the station.

 

April 14

11:32 a.m. A caller reported a pig running around on Sanctuary Lane. The animal control officer was contacted.

12:12 p.m. A Briarcliff Drive caller reported that it appears someone drove over her lawn. The caller requested more checks of the area.

12:28 p.m. A Brian Lane resident reported seeing a large pig in the woods near his home. The animal control officer was notified.

1:03 p.m. A Front Street resident reported she learned her identity was stolen when she was filing taxes. The caller went to the station and Officer Arthur Schofield assisted.

4:20 p.m. A walk-in handed in a cell phone found on Main Street. The owner was contacted and was to pick up the phone in the afternoon.

6:54 p.m. A walk-in handed in a wallet found on Church Street. The owner was contacted and was to pick it up after the Boston Marathon the following day.

 

April 15

9:51 a.m. Sergeant Timothy Brennan transported Boston Marathon runners from West Elm Street to the Athletes Village.

11:36 a.m. Sergeant Matthew McNeil assisted the State Police Rapid Response Team on Wood Street.

11:37 a.m. Sergeant Timothy Brennan provided a courtesy transport for a person from the Town Common to Knoll Road.

2:25 p.m. A walk-in handed in a checkbook found by Ice House Pond on West Main Street.

 

April 16

6:33 a.m. A caller reported nearly hitting a person skateboarding on Amherst Road three days earlier. No injuries or damages were incurred. The caller was advised to visit the station to complete a report.

10:40 a.m. A runner reported losing his out-of-state driver’s license during the Boston Marathon. The incident was logged and the caller was advised on how to locate and replace a license.

12:21 p.m. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas assisted an operator who ran out of gas on West Main Street.

2:30 p.m. A Downey Street caller, who was trying to work at home, complained of a boat on the lake revving its engine. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded and did not find a boat on the lake.

9:01 p.m. A Saddle Hill Road resident reported fraudulent charges on her credit card. Officer Benjamin Stickney advised the caller and a report was to follow.

 

April 17

8:09 a.m. A Lumber Street caller reported a truck hit wires attached to her house and they were still attached but hanging low. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded and contacted Verizon. Eversource also was contacted about a secondary wire disconnected from a transformer.

4:50 p.m. Officers Derek Morton and Philip Powers responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two cars on West Main Street. No injuries were reported. A tow truck removed both vehicles. A report was to follow.

10:28 p.m. A caller reported a trash can fire in front of a Kimball Road residence. Officer Benjamin Stickney responded along with the Fire Department and extinguished the fire.

 

April 18

2:01 p.m. A Lumber Street manager reported an ex-employee threatened him. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded and took a report.

2:56 p.m. A Maple Street walk-in reported her vehicle was hit overnight while parked in her driveway. Officer Jay Deiana responded and took a report.

3:40 p.m. A caller reported youths attempting to enter Center School on Ash Street. Officer John Corridan responded and checked the area with a negative find.

8:57 p.m. Officer John Corridan attempted to stop a Jeep Grand Cherokee with attached plates on Wood Street. The vehicle continued onto Interstate 495 South, and the State Police were notified and deployed stop sticks. The Bellingham Police Department was notified.

 

April 19

2:06 a.m. A Falcon Ridge Drive caller reported her daughter, who attends Quinnipiac University, was missing in New Haven, Connecticut. The New Haven Police Department and Quinnipiac Public Safety were contacted. The girl was later located asleep in her dorm. Her mother was advised.

9:38 a.m. A walk-in reported someone was following her. Officer Arthur Schofield assisted and a report was to follow.

1:49 p.m. A Turnbridge Lane walk-in requested an investigation of a previous car fire. Officer Benjamin Stickney assisted.

3:51 p.m. A Hayden Rowe Street resident complained of noise at a neighbor’s house. Officer Jay Deiana responded and found all quiet.

4:29 p.m. A walk-in reported a case of larceny. Officer John Corridan took a report.

7:29 p.m. An Elm Street caller reported finding a bullet casing in his driveway. Officer Moira McGaffigan responded and determined it was a blank. A report will follow.

9:16 p.m. Sergeant Aaron O’Neil and Officer Brian Sanchioni checked on a vehicle parked on Loop Road and subsequently confiscated and destroyed marijuana. Parents were notified and the vehicle was to remain at the scene for the evening. A report was to follow.

 

April 20

1:04 a.m. Officer Brian Sanchioni checked on a vehicle parked on West Main Street and found an Uber driver waiting. All was OK.

9:44 a.m. A Grove Street caller reported her house was being flooded. Officer Arthur Schofield responded. The homeowner contacted a plumber.

4:29 p.m. A Huckleberry Road caller reported an inside odor of gas. Officer John Corridan responded along with the Fire Department. An oil leak was discovered, and the oil company was contacted for repair.

6:49 p.m. A walk-in turned in a wallet and iPhone found on Lumber Street. Officer Ryan Polselli returned the items to the owner, who resides at a residential facility.

7:38 p.m. A caller reported losing her keys at the State Park on Cedar Street and wanted the incident logged.

8:14 p.m. Officer Moira McGaffigan assisted a disabled motor vehicle that ran out of gas on Cedar Street.

9:19 p.m. A caller reported losing a men’s leather wallet containing numerous gift cards and cash. The incident was logged.

11:46 p.m. A Constitution Court resident reported a vehicle was parked in her assigned parking spot and she had called a towing company for removal. Officer Brendon Lyver ran the plates and determined the vehicle belonged to someone in the neighborhood. Officer Lyver attempted to contact the owner.

 

April 21

4:21 p.m. A caller reported a motorcycle weaving in and out of traffic at a high rate of speed on East Main Street. Officer Jay Deiana responded and followed the motorcycle onto Interstate 495 North and contacted the State Police.

7:05 p.m. An out-of-town visitor’s dog ran off into the woods on Pond Street. Officers Jay Deiana and Moira McGaffigan responded but could not locate the animal. The animal control officer was notified. The dog was eventually located.

7:52 p.m. A walk-in turned in a bank card found at an ATM. The owner was contacted and visited the station to pick it up.

8:42 p.m. Sergeant Timothy Brennan checked on a suspicious person on Spring Street who was searching for a lost dog. All was OK.

10:26 p.m. A Patriots Boulevard caller reported a neighbor threatened him with a weapon while he was outside talking. Sergeant Timothy Brennan and Officers Jay Deiana, Moira McGaffigan and Ryan Polselli responded and a report was to follow.

 

April 22

8:07 a.m. Officers Ryan Polselli and Panagiotis Hontzeas responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident involving injuries on Hayden Rowe Street. An ambulance transported one patient to the hospital while another person refused medical assistance. A tow truck removed both vehicles.

12:02 p.m. A jogger reported being chased by two large dogs on Hidden Brick road. The animal control officer responded to the area but did not locate the dogs.

2:28 p.m. A Revolutionary Way caller questioned the legality of a longtime resident driving with out-of-state license plates and driver’s license. The caller was advised of the law.

9:40 p.m. A motorist reported a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident in a Main Street parking lot. Officer Benjamin Stickney responded and a report was to follow.

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