Longmeadow Police Logs, Dec. 23-29, 2019

Monday, Dec. 23

11:07 a.m.: Longmeadow police received a BOLO for a vehicle stolen from the Dunkin’ Donutes on Maple Street in East Longmeadow. The vehicle was later located.

1:34 p.m.: A reporting party on Farmington Road stated she was walking her dog when two dogs came running out of 203 Ellington Road and bit her dog. The reporting party was not bit, but wished to file a report.

5:36 p.m.: Police received a report of a missing person on Greenacre Avenue. The missing party was found next door.

11:33 p.m.: A reporting party on Sylvan Place stated his E-350 cutaway van was stolen. The reporting party later called to state his brother had the vehicle.

Tuesday, Dec. 24

11:31 a.m.: A motor vehicle crash occurred on Bliss Road.

2:57 p.m.: A reporting party on Pinewood Drive stated he saw a trespasser who was on his property driving a blue Corolla. An officer spoke with the reported trespasser and advised them to stay off of other people’s property.

10:22 p.m.: A reporting party on Quinnehtuk Road stated a wild animal was in the backyard and attacked their dog. The animal was identified as a coyote. The reporting party’s dog was not injured and the coyote left.

Wednesday, Dec. 25

7:05 a.m.: A reporting party stated two large coyotes reported on Dec. 24 were back in his yard and requested an announcement be made on the town’s Facebook page to warn others.

11:18 p.m.: East Longmeadow police requested a K9 track into the woods following a vehicle break.

Thursday, Dec. 26

1:09 p.m.: A reporting party requested to speak with an officer regarding a person from a window company who allegedly took $400 and did not do the work.

7:50 p.m.: A reporting party stated they saw a wolf or coyote, last seen around houses on Knollwood Drive.

11:05 p.m.: Police responded to a residential fire alarm on Williamsburg Drive and found smoke and dogs barking.

11:27 p.m.: A reporting party on Ely Road said she hard a strange sound outside of her residence, adding it sounded as if a vehicle may have gone off the road by her house.

Friday, Dec. 27

7:43 a.m.: A motor vehicle crash involving a car and a tree took place on Dwight Road.

10:23 a.m.: A motor vehicle crash involving a mail truck took place on Longmeadow Street. A citation was issued for failure to yield.

9:51 p.m.: A resident of Morningside Drive reported they received two calls from an unknown party claiming to be from the Hu Ke Lau in Chicopee and they would be delivering an order to them. The reporting party requested an officer drive by. The reporting party called back wishing to file a police report because he heard on Facebook that people were getting lured out of their houses.

Saturday, Dec. 28

2:36 p.m.: A female party on Converse Street reported a suspicious male who came in and asked if they had any “Yeshiva offices in their building. Police were unable to make contact with the reporting party or locate the described party. Officers also attempted to make contact with personnel in Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy but the doors were locked and no one was at the location.

Sunday, Dec. 29

8:43 a.m.: A mail carrier on Cooley Dr. reported she was walking to a house to deliver mail and the front of the house and yard smelled like gas. Columbia Gas responded.

10:45 a.m.: A reporting party on Green Hill Road stated he had someone on camera going through his vehicle but nothing was taken.