Thursday, June 28, 2012

Police log

Recent activity of the Springfield Police Department.

OFFENSE: Fight in progress

DATE/TIME OF ARREST: 06-18-12 / 2157 hours

VIOLATION: Simple Assault/Disorderly Conduct

DEFENDANT: Terrick Craft
AGE: 28
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

VICTIM : Brett Dezaine
AGE: 25
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: This department responded to a report of a fight in progress in front of Jasinski's Market on Park Street. Upon arrival we were able to get a video of the incident from the security camera located on the exterior of Jasinski's Market. After viewing the video four subjects were arrested for various offenses.



OFFENSE: Fight in progress

DATE/TIME OF ARREST: 06-18-12 / 2157 hours

VIOLATION: Simple Assault/Disorderly Conduct

DEFENDANT: Brett Dezaine
AGE: 25
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

VICTIM : Terrick Craft
AGE: 28
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: This department responded to a report of a fight in progress in front of Jasinski's Market on Park Street. Upon arrival we were able to get a video of the incident from the security camera located on the exterior of Jasinski's Market. After viewing the video four subjects were arrested for various offenses.



OFFENSE: Fight in progress

DATE/TIME OF ARREST: 06-18-12 / 2157 hours

VIOLATION: Simple Assault/Disorderly Conduct

DEFENDANT: Kathy Chandler
AGE: 35
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

VICTIM : Justin Fiske
AGE: 25
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: This department responded to a report of a fight in progress in front of Jasinski's Market on Park Street. Upon arrival we were able to get a video of the incident from the security camera located on the exterior of Jasinski's Market. After viewing the video four subjects were arrested for various offenses.



OFFENSE: Fight in progress

DATE/TIME OF ARREST: 06-18-12 / 2157 hours

VIOLATION: Simple Assault/Disorderly Conduct

DEFENDANT: Justin Fiske
AGE: 25
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

VICTIM : Terrick Craft
AGE: 28
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: This department responded to a report of a fight in progress in front of Jasinski's Market on Park Street. Upon arrival we were able to get a video of the incident from the security camera located on the exterior of Jasinski's Market. After viewing the video four subjects were arrested for various offenses.



DATE: 05/30/12

VIOLATION: Trespassing and VCOR

DEFENDANT: Vincent Turcio
AGE: 23
TOWN OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Turcio was at the hospital, but due to his behavior and lack of need for medical attention, he was given a trespass order to keep off Springfield Hospital property. He was escorted off the property, but moments later returned. He was subsequently arrested and transported to the Springfield Police Department for processing, where it was found he was on conditions of release. He was then transported to court Where he was later remanded to he custody of the Southern State Correctional Facility.



DATE/TIME OF ARREST: 06-06-12 / 0006 hours VIOLATIONS:
1) Driving Under the Influence
2) Driving While Suspended
3) Negligent Operation
4) False Information to Law Enforcement Officer


DEFENDANT: Benjamin Carr
AGE: 22
TOWN OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: During a traffic stop for operating a motor vehicle in a People's Bank parking lot without headlights at a little past midnight, Benjamin was found to have a criminally suspended drivers license and had been consuming alcohol. DurinG the investigation the officer determined that Benjamin was under the influence of alcohol. Carr was released on a citation to appear in court at a later date.



VIOLATION: domestic Assault & 2nd Degree Unlawful Mischief DEFENDANT: George Simonds
AGE: 42
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Springfield, Vermont

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Assaulted and Restrained Wife

Released on a citation to appear in Windsor County Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date



DATE: 05/29/12

DEFENDANTS: Jesse Emerson / Thomas Thompson
AGES: 32 / 26
TOWN OF RESIDENCE: Windsor, VT / Springfield, VT


SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On May 29, 2012 Emerson was stopped on Eureka Road, Springfield, Vermont for speeding. During the stop it was found that he was criminally suspended and on Conditions of Release. During the stop, the passenger Thomas Thompson was found to be in possession of marijuana. Both subjects were cited to appear in court and released.



Offense: Retail Theft

DEFENDANT: Kristin Kenreich AGE: 46 Town of Residence: Springfield Vermont

Victim: Rite Aid

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On June 2nd, 2012 The Springfield Police were called to the Rite Aid in the Springfield Plaza for a shoplifting complaint. On arrival an Officer contacted Kristin Kenteich(Williams) of Springfield, Vermont. Kristin was cited into The Windsor Superior Court, Criminal Division to answer to the charge of Petit Larceny. The total cost of the items was over $160.



Source: Springfield Police Department

4 comments:

  1. Way to go SPD. Keep getting these SCUMBAGS off the street.

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  2. Administrator,
    Please request & publish photos of such arrests. Doing so would put the good people of Springfield on notice of who to be aware of. The arrest records with photos are readily available as public documents.

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  3. Dear Administrator,
    Could be a new section of the site. I've seen weekly papers down south showing mug shots and charges filed. Might be useful to the rest of the law abiding citizens.

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  4. If you want a chuckle please go to the Springfield Police Facebook Page and read the comments on the post about the burglary on 6/29.

    High comedy. It is like a print version of the Jerry Springer Show.

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