Monday, July 18, 2011

Police log

Springfield Police Department activity from the week ending July 16th.

A 51 year old female resident has been charged with False Information to a Law Enforcement Officer after an investigation found that she filed false statements against an officer in performance of his job. She has been cited to appear in Windsor Superior Court at a later date.

A 23 year old Salem MA male has been cited into court after he was found to be travelling 74mph in a posted 40mph zone on Clinton Street. He is being charged with Excessive Speed.

A 48 year old Manchester VT man has been charged with DUI following a motor vehicle stop for speed and manner of operation. His roadside BAC was .185, more than double the legal limit. He has been cited to appear in Windsor Superior Court at a later date.

A 39 year old Springfield man has been charged with Violation Conditions of Release; False Information to a Police Officer; and Driving while License Criminally Suspended (DLS-C). he was released on citation to appear in court at a later date.

A 45 year old Springfield male was arrested on an active warrant for failure to appear in court on an earlier date. He was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in lieu of $2000.00 bail.

A 35 year old Springfield woman was arrested on an active warrant for violation of her probation. She was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in lieu of $5000.00 bail.


  1. Tony Petrillo7/18/11, 6:29 PM

    Let's not use this forum to Post the Police and Fire Blotters. Please!

    1. why not?

    2. well seems the police along with the judicial system lack enforcing law and keeping our town safe Amy Black was once again arrested this time shop lifting she's out on conditions already for being one of the many drug dealers awaiting trial for selling heroin mind you 2 counts of it, plus she before these last two crimes she was on conditions for fraud mis use credit cards yet even with her continued criminal conduct the courts and police let her remain free how's this possible

    3. I wrote Amy Black when I meant to say Amy Cole her boy friend Patrick Black is another drug dealer from our towns drug sweep arrested and released only to himself continue to violate his conditions of release yet he to isn't placed in jail for such yet if it where I violating conditions of release I'd be lodged don't figure or does it

  2. Excellent blog material. No where else can residents note what 16 full time police officers accomplish in the course of their duties. Anyone else note no effort to interview citizens or suspects to solve any property crimes? I feel so much safer!

  3. I like the police and fire blotters. It's a little dose of reality and it's only once/ week. Thanks for helping to keep citizens aware of what is going on!

  4. What is the big deal about the police log? They dont say names or any personal information. I like seeing that the police are doing their jobs.

  5. What did they do all week?

  6. If we don't see it here, it should be in the paper. Also believe we should see names and residence so we know what is going on around us.

  7. Many years ago the Springfield Reporter used to have a police blotter showing names of people arrested or charged with something. Not a bad forum here to show that info, since the Reporter does not have that anymore.

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  9. thers a real currupt police dept.the fat one is a lyer.

  10. 612-needs to lose his job.lies,lies,lies.thats wat 612 is all dumbo should just fly away......


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