APD Logs: Friday, Sept. 20 – Sunday, Sept. 22

Final weekend of the summer


By Kathrine Esten and Ana Pietrewicz

The following police logs are from the Amherst Police Department from Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 to Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019.

Friday, Sept. 20, 2019


8:47 a.m.: A large maroon suitcase was left in the area of the bus stop at 400 Amity St. A female was found to be in possession of the luggage and confirmed to be the owner of the suitcase.

11:56 p.m.: A reporting party stated a college-aged female wearing a pink crop top was extremely intoxicated and unable to walk on her own near First Baptist Church at 434 North Pleasant St. The female was being carried/dragged by two college-aged males. The parties were gone on arrival. Minutes later, an officer advised that an Uber driver flagged him down while on a call and stated he dropped those parties back at a dorm on the University of Massachusetts campus.


8:50 a.m.: A reporting party walked into the Amherst Fire Department to report vehicles parked on both sides of the street and said he didn’t think a fire truck could get through. An officer knocked on several doors and some vehicles were moved, but an owner could not be located for a blue 2009 Jeep Commander. The Jeep was cited, as it only had nine feet of clearance for the road.

Motor Vehicle Stop

9:26 a.m.: The driver of a white 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee was arrested for operating with a suspended license near 693 Main St. The registered owner of the Jeep took control of the vehicle.

5:06 p.m.: A gray 2013 Honda CRV was involved in a crash near 201 North Pleasant St. The vehicle was towed.

7:08 p.m.: A 2018 Hyundai Elantra was observed near 58 College St. without any headlights on and took a while to stop. When the operator was asked why she didn’t stop, she stated that she was confused if the officer was trying to get around her or pull her over. No impairment was observed or detected. She was educated on pulling over for emergency vehicles and issued a verbal warning.

7:19 p.m.: A gray 2012 Ford Fusion was issued a verbal warning near 300 East Pleasant St. for operating without headlights.

7:55 p.m.: A black 2009 Lexus IS250 was issued a verbal warning near 1040 North Pleasant St. for operating without headlights.

8:14 p.m.: A blue 2004 Ford Explorer was stopped for speeding near 350 Belchertown Road. A case of Busch light beer was in plain view in the back seat and additional alcohol was located during a subsequent search. The driver, a 19-year-old male, was issued a summons for being a minor in possession of alcohol.

8:16 p.m.: A verbal warning was issued to the driver of a gray 2015 BMW X5 near 24 North Pleasant St.

8:24 p.m.: A verbal warning was issued to the driver of a green 2005 Acura MDX near 19 Northampton Road.

8:56 p.m.: A verbal warning was issued to the driver of a black 2005 Honda Pilot for crossing marked lanes. The operator checked out okay.

9:32 p.m.: The driver of a brown 2009 Honda Accord was given a verbal warning for a lights violation.

10:05 p.m.: A black 2012 Hyundai Elantra was issued a verbal warning for operating without headlights near 301 South Pleasant St.

10:24 p.m.: A 2019 Kia 4D was issued a verbal warning near 521 South Pleasant St. for operating without headlights.

10:52 p.m.: A green 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer was issued a verbal warning for a crosswalk violation at 187 North Pleasant St. near Zanna.

Follow Up

10:17 a.m.: A campsite was found 0.28 miles into the woods near 38 Jenks St. a few days earlier and checked by the AFD. It was a well-built campsite but had recently fallen into disarray and was no longer capable of providing shelter. There was no sign the occupant had returned since the AFD had responded there. A police dog was unable to track recent scent from the area.

Assist Business/Agency

10:50 a.m.: A service net staff in Colonial Village was tasked with retrieving an involved party’s glasses from an apartment and was made aware by the party’s nephew that people may have gained entry to his apartment through a window. The involved party was in the hospital with significant medical issues. People inside the apartment had keys and stated the involved party had asked them to watch his apartment while he was away. Officers informed them the involved party had no right to invite anyone to stay while he was not present. All were cooperative and the apartment was cleared of people.


11:18 a.m.: A reporting party requested assistance in removing a subletter from an apartment at 50 Meadow St. According to the reporting party, the subletter had been living in the apartment for a month and not paying rent, despite a verbal agreement to sublet. The subletter agreed to move out and the reporting party got the apartment key and was satisfied.

Motor Vehicle Crash

12:49 p.m.: A female party claimed she was traveling eastbound on Main St. in a green 2003 Subaru Legacy when a gray 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee pulled out of South Whitney and struck the rear quarter panel on the Subaru. The accident occurred on Sept. 13 and was not previously reported by either party. Information was exchanged between the parties and the damage was under $1,000. The reporting party stated she wanted the accident on record with the APD.

Motor Vehicle Complaint

 1:50 p.m.: A reporting party advised that a female driver in a red 2012 Hyundai Sonata was driving erratically near 1 Mechanic St. The driver allegedly went through a stop sign in front of South Congregation Church and was weaving in the road. The reporting party stated the driver had pulled over to the side of the road and he passed her. The driver was gone on arrival, but Ware Police Department later stopped the motor vehicle and updated the APD that the driver suffered a medical emergency.

Assist Other Police Department

2:15 p.m.: The APD was informed by the Belchertown Police Department to be on the lookout for a female driving a blue 1995 Ford Escort. The driver had last been pinged in the area of Bay/Harris and may have been heading back to Ware. The Belchertown Police Department believed she may have been trying to drive off a bridge. The information was given to units via mobile digital computer and radio.

911 Hang Up

2:50 p.m.: A person at 243 Triangle St. accidentally called 911 while trying to dial out to IT Support.

Assist Citizen

3:27 p.m.: A man came into the station to report that he bought $800 worth of gift cards after being scammed by way of text message by someone claiming to be his boss. The citizen was advised to notify his bank.

7:08 p.m.: A female party came to the station to report that her Snapchat account had been hacked. She received a text message from an unknown number with a photograph of her in a state of undress. The text message indicated: “your boy is selling these online.” The female party stated her boyfriend denies this. An officer advised her there was not much the APD was going to be able to do, but that they would look into the hacker’s IP address given to her by Snapchat.

9:48 p.m.: A reporting party requested an officer at 1040 North Pleasant St. because a member of management was allegedly threatening her boyfriend. The manager came up to her boyfriend as he was walking his dog and said he believed he was living in the residence because he saw him there all the time and also mentioned he needed to get permission for the dog. The manager also said there was an issue with where the boyfriend parked. The reporting party and her boyfriend stated they felt the manager was being hostile toward them and they felt uncomfortable. They advised the reporting officer the boyfriend was not living there, he just visits often and stays the night sometimes. The officer suggested they contact a different member of management to try to set the record straight. The officer spoke with the manager, who stated the sole topic of conversation was that they needed a permit for the dog, and that he didn’t care if the boyfriend was living there or not.

Animal Complaint

4:06 p.m.: A reporting party stated there had been a dog in a red 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 for over an hour. The dog was panting and the reporting party did not know if the windows were cracked. Officers reported to 108 North Pleasant St. and found the windows were down, the car was parked in the shade, the dog had a water bowl and the temperature inside the car was mild and safe.

Disabled Motor Vehicle 

8:16 p.m.: The operator of a Zipcar stated the vehicle just stopped working while driving near 486 North Pleasant St. and he could not get it to start again. He contacted customer service, who was of no help with roadside assistance. The vehicle was in the middle of the left lane and was a hazard. The vehicle was towed and the bill was sent to Zipcar, because there was no reason that the operator should have to pay for the vehicle.

Noise Complaint

9:20 p.m.: There were reports of loud music with bass at 1040 North Pleasant St. Security addressed noise prior to the officer’s arrival.

11:06 p.m.: The reporting party stated there was loud music coming from 47 Kendrick Place. There was no noise in the area when officers arrived.

11:59 p.m.: Loud music was reported near 20 Beech St. There was a gathering for a 30th birthday party, which was ending when the officer arrived.

Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019

Noise Complaint

12:03 a.m.: Loud music and talking was reported at North Apartments.

1:48 a.m.: A loud party was reported was reported at Brandywine. The party was gone upon an officer’s arrival.

9:53 a.m.: A loud party was reported on Nutting Ave. Officers identified the party as being at Pi Kappa Phi at 38 Nutting Ave. Several guests were in the backyard with loud music and voices. A crowd was gathering and a table was being set up with “beer games.” A verbal warning was issued.

10:15 a.m.: A loud party was reported at an unknown location on Phillips St. A large commercial speaker was playing at full blast behind 19 Phillips St. The resident was advised to turn the speaker off and complied with requests.

10:37 p.m.: Three residents were warned about loud music at Salem Place Condo at 10 Salem Place. There were approximately five people inside, who were cooperative. A verbal warning was issued.

11:26 p.m.: The reporting party said there were loud voices and stomping in the apartment above his in Colonial Village at 81 Belchertown Rd. Apt. 143. A group of females were playing a board game and loudly laughing. They were advised of town bylaws.

11:27 p.m.: A reporting party stated there were loud voices at 74 Main St. The noise was gone on arrival.


12:17 a.m.: A party reported people and cars at the top of his driveway at 32 Plumtrees Road. An officer spoke with several people with flashlights on the roadway speaking loudly and looking for a ride back to town. The officer informed the reporting party of his findings.

2:22 a.m.: A tent was set up in the parking lot of the Notch Visiting Center by a hiker. The hiker was a Mount Holyoke student who attempted to go on a hike around 9 p.m. but found it was too dark and decided to set up a tent in the parking lot until 5 a.m., whence she would attempt to hike again. The hiker was returned to her dorm.

2:59 a.m.: A reporting party stated that there was a male looking into windows at 150 Fearing St. The reporting party stated that the male had set off fire alarms in the building two weeks ago. He was described as a tall male, approximately six feet tall, with long hair and in his forties. An officer spoke to the involved male, who stated he was looking in the window because his friend was buying a pizza and he was curious as to what was taking so long.

10:48 a.m.: A reporting party at Greenfield Savings Bank said that a male was attempting to cash a fraudulent check. A bank employee made contact with the owner of the business that the check came from and the business owner verified the properties of the check. The check was found to be authentic.

Stolen Motor Vehicle

2:59 a.m.: Officers observed a truck pull into West Cemetery and stop. An individual exited the truck and walked down Triangle St. After approaching the vehicle, the officer found it to be unoccupied. An area search for the party who left on foot was completed with negative results. The vehicle was found to be stolen from a residence on Southeast St. No charges are pending at this time.

Liquor Law Violation

 11:38 a.m.: An underage involved party was observed walking northbound on Sunset Ave. carrying an open White Claw. She was carrying another in her bag.

11:45 a.m.: Another party was walking westbound on Fearing St. carrying an open White Claw. A separate party was carrying an open Truly seltzer. Both parties were arrested for violation of open container laws.

1:36 p.m.: An officer observed a 21-year-old male walking down Fearing St. with an open container of an alcoholic beverage. The male party was arrested for violating open container bylaws.

1:37 p.m.: A warning was issued to a 21-year-old individual carrying an unopened White Claw at 53 Fearing St.

1:40 p.m.: A 20-year-old female party was walking eastbound on Phillips St. in a red plastic firefighter hat. Upon seeing the police cruiser, the female party shielded a can under her left armpit that was found to be an open can of Natural Light seltzer. A summons was issued for being a minor in possession and violation of open container bylaws.

1:42 p.m.: A summons was issued for a liquor law violation at 53 Fearing St.

2:40 p.m.: At 53 Fearing St., a warning was issued over a liquor law violation.

2:47 p.m.: A warning was issued over a liquor law violation at 22 Nutting Ave.

6:47 p.m.: A 20-year-old male from Groton was observed walking with an open beer on the sidewalk of South Whitney St. The involved party initially provided false date of birth but quickly admitted to being underage. The male party was issued a summons for underage possession and an open container.

Animal Complaint

7:31 p.m.: Goats in the area of 163 Sunderland Rd. fled into the fields near the vacant house between Sunderland Road and Route 116.

Assist Other Police Department

12:37 a.m.: Hadley Police Department was looking for a transport from 63 South Pleasant St. to the UMass bus depot. Transport occurred without issue.

2:58 p.m.: Officers were told to be on the lookout for a gray 1998 Chevrolet Geo Prizm after the operator made non-specific threats. The call was cancelled at 3:21 p.m.

9:14 p.m.: Sunderland Police Department requested the assistance of a Spanish-speaking officer at the scene of an arrest for operating under the influence. An officer went to Billy’s Liquor Store at 112 Bridge St. in Sunderland to assist.


1:02 a.m.: A caller from Pi Kappa Phi at 38 Nutting Ave. reported three males were refusing to leave and were “getting ready to start an altercation.” The reporting parties reported that they did not want the involved parties at their house. The officer observed a verbal altercation and sent the involved parties on their way.

4:06 p.m.: A reporting party stated there was a large crowd of college-aged individuals throwing bottles along Hobart Lane. No active disturbance was found after police arrival. The small crowd did not appear unruly or out of control.

5:24 p.m.: A 911 caller reported two male parties in a heated verbal argument for the second time this week. At the time of the call, the males were separated, one male left on foot toward Main St. bus stop. The other male was still at the residence at 67 Spaulding St. A housemate stated they were attempting to discuss damage one housemate alleged the other had caused. During the conversation, the housemate became agitated and slammed the front door and knocked over a TV tray on his way out of the house. The involved party was in possession of an open container and under 21. He drank out of the container in front of officers and admitted it was wine. The 20-year-old male was placed under arrest for being a minor in possession and violating open container bylaws. He was uncooperative during booking and was charged with indecent exposure after pulling down his pants to expose his genitals and refusing to pull up his pants.

9:16 p.m.: A 911 caller requested PD assistance saying they had a 19-year-old male party “blacked out drunk” trying to start fights and that they currently had him pinned down and restrained at Townhouse 17 at 50 Meadow St Apt. 17. The party was placed in police custody and released to the custody of a friend. They took an Uber from APD back to John Adams dorm.

Motor Vehicle Stop 

12:54 a.m.: A blue 2007 Toyota Yaris was operating on College St. without a passenger side headlight. The operator was found to be driving with a suspended license due to unpaid fines. A summons was issued and the operator was transported to a residence on Amherst Road.

1:14 a.m.: A brown 2014 Honda CR-V was traveling on Belchertown Road onto Southeast St. without lights. The operator was informed of the issue and advised to turn their lights on prior to operating the vehicle.

1:22 a.m.: A gray 2005 Honda Accord was observed driving down North Pleasant St. without lights on. Field sobriety tests were issued and the operator was found to be under the influence and was placed under arrest for operating under the influence, as well as having an open container in the vehicle.

1:35 a.m.: A black 2014 Toyota RAV4 was pulled over for operating with a brake light out. The operator was made aware of the issue.

1:50 a.m.: A gray 2010 Toyota Prius made an illegal right on red. The operator was issued a verbal warning.

10:49 p.m.: A gray 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse was traveling northbound on North Pleasant St. without headlights. Officers waved the vehicle over and attempted to identify the operator and noticed the backseat passenger making furtive gestures towards a backpack in between his legs. Occupants removed and frisked for weapons. A small amount of marijuana was seized from an underage passenger. The involved party was summoned for a minor in possession of a Class D substance. A verbal warning was issued for operating without headlights.

Motor Vehicle Crash

6:48 a.m.: A brown 2013 Nissan Altima was traveling eastbound on Belchertown Road when a deer jumped over the guardrail and collided with the vehicle. The operator pulled over and tried to locate the deer. There were no injuries, but the vehicle was rendered inoperable with damages over $1,000.

11:54 a.m.: A gray 2010 Honda Civic and a green 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee collided at The Hangar Bar and Grill. The Jeep was turning and collided with the Honda which was travelling southbound on University Drive. Information was exchanged and the drivers were advised to contact their insurance companies.

5:03 p.m.: A reporting party scraped his passenger side front bumper against the driver side door of a 2013 Honda Fit. A reporting party went to his car, a black 2012 Audi A3, and wrote a note for the vehicle owner. When he returned to put it on the windshield, the vehicle had left the scene.

6:30 p.m.: While traveling eastbound on Main St., a gray 2010 Toyota Corolla was attempting to turn right into on-street parking in front of the Elements on Main St. The vehicle traveling behind the officer, who was on a bike, began to turn and struck the bicycle with the rear passenger side quarter panel. There was a small cuff on the vehicle and no damage to the bike. The operator was issued a citation.

Motor Vehicle Complaint

9:11 a.m.: A reporting party stated a gray Jeep Wrangler was driving all over the road and was last seen turning into a parking lot. The vehicle was gone upon officer arrival.

11:01 a.m.: A reporting party and a blue 2004 Honda CR-V were involved in a road rage incident. The operators exchanged words at the intersection of Meadow Street and North Pleasant Street. The operator of the blue Honda got out of the vehicle. The Honda was last seen driving south on North Pleasant Street.

4:49 p.m.: A reporting party traveling north on Lincoln Ave. stated there was a gray 2013 Kia Optima that came upon him fast and pulled next to him trying to drag race. Words were exchanged and the Kia failed to stop at the four-way intersection. The reporting party followed the car to the end of Lincoln by the UMass lots to obtain the registration, then left the area and called police. They stated the main aggressors were the driver and front seat passengers and the backseat passengers looked scared and uninvolved. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

911 Hang Up

10:55 p.m.: At the Inn on Boltwood at 30 Boltwood Ave., an accidental 911 call was made from the front desk.

Recovered Property

9:46 a.m.: A party reported a blue and gray backpack under a bush. The backpack contained fishing equipment and was secured at Amherst Police Department.


3:37 p.m.: A reporting party stated there was a fight in process at 81 Belchertown Road, Apt. 95 in Colonial Village. Four to six people were still physical at the time of the call with no known weapons. The involved parties were Hispanic males and one overweight male “with a beard or beer.” The fight ended prior to police arrival.

Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019.

Noise Complaint

12:29 a.m.: Loud music was reported at The Pub at 15 East Pleasant St. The noise was not unreasonable and dispatch was advised to contact the reporting party and explain the bar would be closing in less than half an hour.

12:53 a.m.: A reporting party said there was a loud party in the area of 47 Hobart Lane. Upon arrival, there was very loud yelling and cheering coming from inside the residence. Security approached the officer and advised they had just spoken with the residents because they were trying to knock over their mailbox, had cut the tree down in their front yard and thrown it into the road and thrown a beer can at 45 Hobart Lane. This caused a hole in the siding near the second floor window of 45 Hobart. While speaking with residents, they advised all guests “lived” there and would not be leaving. The individuals inside kept turning the music back on louder each time while officers were trying to quell the noise. One roommate initially claimed to be sleeping and then stated he did not even live there, which he did. Another officer advised she previously warned the residents. Three residents were placed under arrest for noise and nuisance.

1:02 a.m.: A reporting party stated there were loud voices from a house near 60 Blackberry Lane. A verbal warning was issued to an involved party for the loud voices and outside music.

9:40 a.m.: There was a noise complaint of loud yelling at 149 Summer St. Apt. 61. All was quiet when officers arrived and there was no answer at the door.

Suspicious Motor Vehicle

12:39 p.m.: Green 2005 Ford Freestar was parked after hours at Puffers Pond at 200 State St. The operating party and passenger were conversing and moved along.

Motor Vehicle Complaint

12:42 p.m.: A reporting party stated there was a white Mercedes speeding and driving recklessly near Olympia Place Apartments at 57 Olympia Drive. Officers spoke with the reporting party on arrival who advised the vehicle had been traveling at 90 miles per hour back and forth. He stated the men in front of the apartment were the culprits. None of the men had vehicles nor was there any Mercedes to be seen. The reporting party has a history of exaggerating and finding everything suspicious.

5:02 p.m.: A reporting party stated an erratic operator in a gray 2006 Mercury Mountaineer in Pelham was close to the Amherst line and was speeding and ran her off the road. The erratic operator then struck another vehicle at 800 Main St. in Amherst. The female operator of the Mercury was placed under arrest and had a blood alcohol level of 0.23 percent.

Motor Vehicle Stop

1:02 p.m.: A blue 2008 Honda CRV was observed travelling northbound on North Pleasant Street with no lights. A verbal warning was issued to the vehicle operator.

2:04 a.m.: A black 2019 BMW 330XI was stopped near 70 Gray St. and issued a verbal warning.

12:31 p.m.: A verbal warning was given to the operator of an electric motorcycle without registration which had a red light violation and swerving near 364 North Pleasant St.

9:08 p.m.: A verbal warning was given to the operator of a brown 2003 Nissan Pathfinder for driving without headlights at 1 East Pleasant St.

911 Hang Up

1:36 a.m.: A resident at 622 Main St. advised officers the call did not come from the building and a search of the area had negative results.

1:38 a.m.: A possible disturbance occurred in 1136 North Pleasant St. Upon call back, the reporting party stated there was no issue and that he was not on North Pleasant. The caller was gone on arrival.

3:06 a.m.: An accidental 911 call was made at 188 East Hadley Road Apt. 119.

10:47 a.m.: A call came in twice from Southpoint, 266 East Hadley Road, Apt. 109J. Spanish-speaking could be heard in the background. The area was checked but no one was in need of police services. Officers spoke with the maintenance personnel who lived at the address and he said this is the second time this has happened.

1:01 p.m.: A 911 hang up occurred in Ziomek Field at 21 Mattoon St. An officer advised he was at the fields and nobody appeared to be in distress.


2:55 p.m.: At Phi Sigma Kappa at 510 North Pleasant St., officers spoke to both male parties involved in a fight who stated they fought over something dumb. UMPD advised the two men had been seen fighting on a table. One shoved the other off the table and that person did not move and got dragged into the house. Both involved parties claimed they were friends and did not want to go further. The fight was over spilled hot sauce. One involved party declined medical attention. Officers advised them and the president to get the house in order because APD had responded to the residence multiple times this early in the semester. Additionally, a fake ID was seized from one brother. Brothers were all uncooperative when officers initially arrived.

6:26 p.m.: A reporting party stated there was a fight between two parties involving bottles at 81 Belchertown Road, Apt. 67. People on the scene denied any fight or disturbance. One older gentleman stated there were several teenagers arguing loudly, but no physical fight.


2:30 a.m.: At 55 Cottage St., a 2017 Chevy Impala was parked in a tow zone obstructing the flow of traffic. The vehicle was issued a ticket and towed.


4:37 a.m.: A reporting party stated there had been a male party in a white shirt and jeans that had been knocking on the door and windows for about 15 minutes near 27 Newell Ct. The reporting party stated the male party was standing out front on his phone and appeared to be intoxicated. The involved party stated he was called by the resident to go over. Resident did not answer the door or phone calls. The involved party took an Uber home.

9:58 a.m.: The reporting party wanted to speak with an officer regarding gun shots he heard in the area. There were no other reports of gunshots.

8:14 p.m.: At 100 Gray St., a male party was reportedly going door to door asking to use the bathroom to “poop and throw up.” He was described as a white male 14 or 15 years old, with blonde hair and blue eyes about 5’1” wearing a red shirt and red shorts. A similar call had been made the previous night. The suspicious party was not found and nothing was considered criminal at this time.

Assist Citizen

12:25 p.m.: A reporting party complained about someone illegally fishing in the pond at the end of Oak Knoll. The involved party was moved along.

4:50 p.m.: At 68 West Pomeroy Lane, a reporting party stated there were thumbtacks put behind her mother’s vehicle and this had been an ongoing issue with people trying to hurt her mother. They had video surveillance they wanted the APD to look at. There was a video of an individual walking by smoking a cigarette but did not appear to throw any tacks. The reporting party said they would continue to search through the video and said they had no idea who could be doing this. They wanted the incident on the record.

10:34 p.m.: A reporting party wanted to speak to an officer about a male who had been seen knocking on doors in the area. She informed officers that she and three other houses were knocked on by a teenage boy at 62 Gray St., Apt. 2. An area search was negative and residents were advised to keep their houses secure and call APD if they observed the boy again.


4:55 p.m.: A reporting party stated she head a male party yell but wasn’t sure of the exact location. Officers went to 68 Cowls Road, Apt. 102, but none of the residents heard any kind of disturbance.

10:59 p.m.: At 85 Amity St., Apt. 116, two males were heard arguing loudly. When officers arrived, one man was outside the Jones Library and the other man could be heard screaming at the top of his lungs from outside his apartment at 116 The Perry. While officers spoke to the man outside his apartment, nearby residents came outside and were extremely thankful that officers had arrived to help. Both residents advised they were PhD/Medical students who spent most of their time doing homework and studying. They said the man had been constantly banging on their door and loudly screaming and swearing at them almost every single night. They advised they had been afraid to call but thought about speaking to the property manager. The officers advised the residents to call every time the individual was at the door so police could help them and deal with the issue. Officers spoke to the individual who agreed to leave his neighbors alone and advised he was not thinking about harming himself or anyone else.

11:41 p.m.: At 85 Amity St., Apt. 116, a reporting party stated that a man had threatened to stab him and assault his wife. Upon arrival, the dispute was ongoing. The man had been involved in an earlier disturbance complaint and was placed under arrest for disturbing the peace.

Kathrine Esten can be reached at [email protected]. Ana Pietrewicz can be reached at [email protected].