Weekend filled with alcohol-related violations

By Marleigh Felsenstein

By Shaina Mishkin/Daily Collegian)
(Shaina Mishkin/Collegian File Photo)

Friday, Sept. 5

There was a breaking and entering at Phi Sigma Kappa on North Pleasant Street. Two doors were taken and possibly some windows.

9:26 a.m.: Medical assistance was needed on Greenwich Road for a 56-year-old male who had difficulty breathing. He was transported to Cooley Dickinson Hospital by the Amherst Fire Department.

1:04 p.m.: An unknown person entered an unlocked garage at a residence on Montague Road and placed an old desk chair inside. The owner found no other signs of breaking and entering besides the chair.

4:45 p.m.: Irritating phone calls from Florida were directed at an elderly woman on Lincoln Avenue.

4:49 p.m.: Irritating phone calls were directed at Chez Albert on North Pleasant Street from a potentially fake Western Massachusetts Electric Company.

5:08 p.m.: A male on a bus on Belchertown Road refused to get off the bus and caused a disturbance.

6:16 p.m.: A woman on Blackberry Lane received a spam check in the mail from GCDW Global Services in London, England, claiming that she had won a prize. The woman was advised not to cash the check.

8:16 p.m.: Vandalism was reported on North Pleasant Street on a brown 2004 Ford Taurus with a bent license plate.

8:34 p.m.: Medical assistance was needed for a 31-year-old female who fell and hit her head. Prior to her injury, she was aggressive toward others and was trying to bite them. She was taken to Cooley Dickinson Hospital for further evaluation.

9:01 p.m.: The Amherst Police Department assisted AFD with a car fire at the Amherst Motel on Northampton Road.

10:53 p.m.: A person was observed urinating over a residence fence on Fearing Street. They were advised to use the proper facilities.

Saturday, Sept. 6

12:39 a.m.: Medical assistance was needed for a male on North Pleasant Street who fell off of his bike and hit his head. He was unresponsive.

12:44 a.m.: There was a noise complaint filed on Belchertown Road because of a party that had people jumping off of the roof. The party was issued a warning.

2:47 a.m.: A dark Jeep Cherokee drove on the wrong side of the road on Grantwood Drive.

6:39 a.m.: An ambulance was called for a 66-year-old female that had difficulty breathing on Berkshire Terrace.

7:23 a.m.: A party called from Belchertown Road and informed police that his cousin was reportedly going to harm herself with a knife and had taken her prescription pills with her to this location.

7:12 p.m.: A red traffic light remained on for 15 minutes on Meadow Street, causing traffic.

7:21 p.m.: There was a reported larceny of a bicycle at Cumberland Farms on Montague Road. The owner later recovered the bicycle.

7:51 p.m.: Male parties wearing shorts and tie-dyed t-shirts were seen hopping the fence at Ernie’s Towing on Montague Road.

11:29 p.m.: Medical assistance was needed at Puffton Village on North Pleasant Street for a female that had cut her wrist because she was angry at her boyfriend.. She was transported to Cooley Dickinson Hospital.

11:34 p.m.: Edson Souza, 19, was arrested on East Pleasant Street for possession of alcohol under the age of 21.

Sunday, Sept. 7

12:41 a.m.: Christine DeSocio, 22, of Auburn, New York, was arrested for OUI liquor, failure to stop/yield and negligent operation of a motor vehicle to endanger.

1:08 a.m.: Justin Marshor, 20, of Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania, was arrested on North Pleasant Street for possession of alcohol while under the age of 21.

12:19 p.m.: Fraud was reported on Spencer Drive from a woman who reportedly wired money to Western Union Bank to an unknown party.

5:01 p.m.: There was a forced entry on Paige Street, and the thief stole $300 in cash.

A student ordered delivery from Miss Saigon restaurant on North Pleasant Street, and reported the driver to the police because of an intoxication suspicion. There was apparently an argument between the driver and the student over the amount of the tip money given. The driver had no actual signs of intoxication.

Marleigh Felsenstein can be reached at [email protected]