Two drunk drivers arrested over weekend

By Mary Reines

Shaina Mishkin/Collegian

Saturday, Oct. 5

12:12 a.m. Mary L. Quinn, 21, of Westfield, was arrested at 911 North Pleasant St. on charges of disorderly conduct. She was “causing a commotion” as she walked down the street.

12:49 a.m. After reporting for a noise complaint, police took about 30 minutes to clear out a party of approximately 150 people at 2 Shays St. Three people received a summons for unlawful noise.

12:55 a.m. Police made three arrests at 17 Salem Pl. with charges of unlawful noise and nuisance house. Another person received a summons on charges of underage consumption of alcohol.

2:20 a.m. After a three-vehicle crash at 486 North Pleasant St., Gjergji N. Progi, 21, of Worcester was arrested on charges of operating under the influence, operating to endanger and negligence.

9:41 a.m. Caller reported hearing a male in mental distress on the path behind the baseball fields at 95 Montague Rd. Police reported college-age males conducting mock survivor scenarios.

11:06 a.m. A backpack and piggy bank were taken from 950 North Pleasant St. Apt. 61. None of the electronics were disturbed. Perpetrator likely entered through the back window.

Sunday, Oct. 6

12:16 a.m. Police cleared out a large party of about 150 people on 1008 North Pleasant St. Five people were arrested on charges of unlawful noise.

1:39 a.m. Cars crammed the driveway at 35 Northampton Rd. where no one initially answered the door. Guests were uncooperative in leaving. When two residents were arrested on charges of unlawful noise and nuisance house, about 75 guests finally left the area.

2:16 a.m. Michela Alexandra Luchetti, 19, of Wayland, was arrested at 35 Northampton Rd. on charges of operating under the influence, motor vehicle lights violation, license not in possession and operation to endanger. She was initially stopped because her headlights were out.

10:11 p.m. A wallet, laptop and backpack were stolen from a vehicle parked at Puffton Village, 1040 North Pleasant St. The driver’s side door was unlocked.

Totals
Liquor law violation arrests: 7
Liquor law violation summons: 8
Noise complaints: 19
Vehicle stops: 7
Vehicle crashes: 6

Mary Reines can be reached at [email protected]