Yesterday with Officer Labonte, we talked to a man that called in about a confrontation with an ex girlfriend that has a restraining order on him and since he never violated it, we told him ways to avoid violating it in the future, talked to someone about their car that was abandoned on the side of the road and gave them their options. Then the night ended with two motor vehicle accidents that we came across almost simultaneously.
On Thursday with Officer Labonte, we served a restraining order for a man to not see his kids or ex wife anymore. Later that evening with Officer Coates, we made three traffic stops and the night ended with an accident on route 2 in between the Gardner exits and the individual who caused the accident was arrested for OUI and was taken into State Police custody.
On Thursday afternoon with Officer LaBonte, we served a restraining order on a man that required him to stay away from his kids. Then we went to a motor vehicle accident where a car had fallen off a trailer and rolled off a hill and right into another car at the library. After that we made a traffic stop because the driver drove into a parking lot on the exit side so it was a danger to drivers leaving the parking lot.
Last Friday with Officer Labonte, we talked to a couple who had questions about what to do with their lost license plates, then we provided an escort for a man with a restraining order against his girlfriend because he needed to get his property from her home and the girlfriend didn't feel safe with him in her house alone. The girlfriend was told to be off the property for a short amount of time so they wouldn't see each other
On Thursday with Officer Coates, the afternoon started with a call about someone parking and leaving their car on private property so the individual who called it in had questions about what could be done. He had to move it before morning to have a dumpster put in where the car was parked so he was going to tow it later that evening. We went to Hannaford's where the owner worked and told him he would have to move it or it will be towed buy the land owner. Then we conducted a motor vehicle stop for cutting everyone off at an intersection. There was a call right after for an attempted suicide though no one was hurt and the individual was feeling better and unharmed.
0n Friday, Officer Coates brought me out on the 3-11 shift and he made a motor vehicle stop for not yielding, then investigated a reported larceny. A woman reported that her neighbor accuses her of stealing his package that he had ordered from Zales but she had security camera proof that he took the package into his home on that day. We had learned that the neighbor was refunded for the watch. The investigation in ongoing
On Thursday with Officer Chauvette, we spotted a know crack dealer and she was asking suspicions so we went up to talk with her and she said her roommate had a stolen gun so later in the day we followed up and Officer Chauvette stoke with the individual in the apartment and it turned out to only be a BB gun. Then after we went to a downed wire call and while we were there a parked truck rolled about 50 feet down the hill into a tree in someones yard.
On Thursday with Officer LeBonte, we responded to a couple alarm calls and a domestic dispute involving family problems where one of the individuals was arrested
On Thursday I rode along with Officer LeBonte and we had a busy day. It started with going to check on a special needs individual, then a couple motor vehicle stops where one of them lead to an arrest for driving under a suspended license and we also found heroin on the driver. Later that evening we went to a breaking and entering call, domestic call, and followed up on a man who was robbed.
Today was an unusually slow day for us, we were on the first shift instead of the second as always. We made a few traffic stops, went searching for a missing person but was a family misunderstanding, and ran plates.