Longmeadow Police Logs, May 27-June 2

Monday, May 27

10:14 a.m.: Police investigate a report of a possible attempted breaking and entering into a residence on Chatham Road.

4:33 p.m.: Police assisted with a body in the river near Anthony Road.

7:01 p.m.: A caller reported children in the woods drinking on Wolf Swamp Road. An officer spoke to the children on the swingset and found all to be in order.

8:35 p.m.: A caller requested an officer at Merriweather Drive for a deer impaled on an iron fence. The deer was dispatched and the DPW was notified for its removal.

Tuesday, May 28

12:00 p.m.: Police received a report of a woman digging up plants on the treebelt of an empty house on Hazardville Road in the area of Leetewood Drive. An officer found no one digging at the residence and was unable to contact the calling party.

3:06 p.m.: Police assisted the Fire Department with a reported car fire on Longmeadow Street.

3:35 p.m.: An off-duty officer reported a black Ford SUV with dark covers on its plates driving northbound on I-91 from Connecticut with its lights on as suspicious.

Wednesday, May 29

6:37 a.m.: An officer investigated a report of a beige Honda Accord driving slowly down Longmeadow Street, but was unable to locate the vehicle.

7:46 a.m.: A motor vehicle crash occurred near Converse Street and Longmeadow Street.

10:53 a.m.: An officer reported a tractor-trailer took down wires in the area of Birchwood Avenue. The officer stopped the vehicle and a party at the original location called and confirmed wires were down. The officer later found damage to a home as a result and Comcast and Verizon were notified for the cut and hanging wires.

1:55 p.m.: Police received a BOLO from Hampden for a party making suicidal threats with a firearm.

2:01 p.m.: Police investigated a report from Mill Street of a suspicious black work van occupied by an older bald white male who followed him, asked for directions and then drove off when another vehicle came onto the street. Officers were unable to locate.

4:21 p.m.: Police investigate suspicious activity at a house on Drury Lane. 4:51 p.m.: A motor vehicle crash occurred on Dwight Road.

6:48 p.m.: Police received a report of a vehicle that drove off the road and onto the grass near Maple Road and Longmeadow Street. An officer made contact with the motorist who said she was trying to get her dog off the floor.

Thursday, May 30

2:35 p.m.: Police received a report from and Emerson Road resident that an erratic motor vehicle operator followed her home the night before.

10:55 p.m.: An officer discovered an unsecured door behind the plaza on Williams Street, but found that all appeared to be in order.

Friday, May 31

10:16 a.m.: Police investigated a report of a large group of people in a grey minivan soliciting on Cherry Lane. An officer found they were from a religious group and all was in order.

3:16 p.m.: Police investigated a report of a suspicious box found in the woods on Anthony Road. An officer found the item was from a geocaching game and no suspicious items were found inside.

10:45 p.m.: Police received a request for assistance with a suspicious white male driving a black sedan. The male had a backpack and was seen coming out of the woods to his vehicle on Porter Lake Drive in Springfield. An officer reported that while the incident happened in Springfield, he would check the surrounding streets in Longmeadow for the subject.

Saturday, June 1

12:29 a.m.: A resident of Westmoreland Avenue called to report a bat in the house. A responding officer reported the bat left and all was in order.

7:39 a.m.: A motor vehicle crash occurred on Wolf Swamp Road. A truck went off the road, through a fence and crashed into the woods. One party was transported to Baystate Medical Center and the vehicle was towed.

7:58 p.m.: Police received a 911 hang-up call. Upon calling back, a man reported his wife was having a stroke and he was transporting her to the hospital. Dispatch suggested he wait for paramedics to respond but he refused and stated he was a physician and would transport her himself. Officer were advised they may be on I-91 North and attempted to locate the vehicle to assist in getting to the highway safely but were unable to find the car.

Sunday, June 2

5:05 p.m.: An officer responded to a subject flagging drivers down near Bliss Street and Blueberry Hill Road and conducted a courtesy transport to Enfield, Connecticut.The Enfield Police Department completed the transport to East Windsor, Connecticut.

7:07 p.m.: A caller reported being threatened while walking in the park on Laurel Street.

10:40 p.m.: An officer reported a package left at the door. The box was empty.