Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Police log

 Recent incidents and arrests as logged by the Springfield Police Department


Arrest on Warrant
Case Number: 17SF001671
Investigating Officer: Officer Prince
Date of Arrest: March 1, 2017
Defendant: Ethan Willey, 22, Burlington, Vermont
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 03/01/2017 at approximately 11:10 p.m., officers observed a male acting suspicious who walked into the woods on Park Street. 
Officers looked for the male and found him walking behind the former Park Street School. 
Officers made contact with the male who gave a false name but was recognized as Ethan Willey. After several minutes the male admitted that he was in fact Ethan. It was discovered that Ethan had an active arrest warrant and he was taken into custody. 
Ethan was transported to the Springfield Police Department for processing and was then lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in lieu of $300.00 bail.



Violation of Conditions of Release
Case Number: 17SF001543
Investigating Officer: Officer Leonard
Date of Arrest: February 25, 2017
Defendant: Tina M. Griswold, 44, Springfield, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Springfield Police received phone call alleging Tina Griswold had been drinking. It was further reported that Griswold was in a black Jeep with unknown Vermont registration possibly headed to Mountain View Drive, here in Springfield. Officers checked for the vehicle while on patrol, but did not locate it. At approximately 1540 hours the described vehicle was located in the Mountain View Drive apartment complex. 
Contact was made with the male operator, who was known to be Griswold's husband. He identified Griswold as the passenger seated in the vehicle. 
Contact was made with Griswold and there was alleged odor of alcohol emanating from her. 
Griswold was taken into custody and transported to the police station for processing. After processing she was released on a flash cite with conditions of release. Griswold is to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division, Windsor Unit on Monday February 27, 2017 at 1230 PM to answer to the allegation of violating her Conditions of Release.



Possession of Cocaine
Possession of a Controlled Substance
Case Number: 17SF000866
Investigating Officer: Officer Neily
Date of Arrest: February 3, 2017
Defendant: Logan Moore, 21, Newbury, NH
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Springfield Police were dispatched to Summer Hill St. in Springfield, VT for a report of possible drug activity. Upon investigation Logan Moore was taken into custody for alleged possession of a controlled substance (Xanax) and possession of cocaine.
Moore was issued a citation to appear in Windsor County Criminal Court to answer to the alleged charges on April 4, 2017.



Possession of Heroin
Case Number: 17SF001333
Investigating Officer: Officer Prince
Date of Arrest: February 18, 2017
Defendant: Devin Speed, 20, Weathersfield VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 02/18/2017 at approximately 7:30 pm, officers observed a suspicious vehicle parked in the driveway to the Union Street School. 
Devin Speed was the only occupant of the vehicle. A search was conducted and suspected heroin was allegedly located inside the vehicle. Devin was issued a citation to appear in Windsor County Criminal Court on April 4th for Possession of Heroin.



Arrest on Warrant
Case Number: 17SF001270
Investigating Officer: Officer Santagate
Date of Arrest: February 17, 2017
Defendant: Theresa Ambrose, 57, Springfield, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 2/17/17 Officers arrested Theresa Ambrose for an alleged outstanding warrant. Due to circumstances she was issued a citation to appear in court on 2/28/17.



1st Degree Aggravated Domestic Assault
Domestic Assault
Case Number: 17SF001436
Investigating Officer: Sgt Fitzgibbons
Date of Arrest: February 22, 2017
Defendant: Scott Burton, 40, Springfield, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Burton was taken into custody following an investigation into an alleged assault involving family members.
Burton appeared in Windsor County District Court on February 23rd to answer to the alleged charges.



Burglary
Petit Larceny
Case Number: 17SF001113
Investigating Officer: Sgt Fitzgibbons
Date of Arrest: February 19, 2017
Defendant: Noah Jakway, 18, Springfield, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 2/12/17 a burglary reportedly occurred at a sober living house in North Springfield. Investigation led to the arrest of Noah Jakway, who will appear in the Windsor Superior Court on 2/21/17 for the alleged offenses.




Leaving the Scene of an Accident
Case Number: 17SF000899
Investigating Officer: Officer LaFlam
Date of Arrest: February 11, 2017
Defendant: Aaron Altmayer, 35, Springfield, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On February 4th, 2017, the Springfield Police Department responded to the intersection of Main St. and Clinton St. with a report of a motor vehicle crash. The investigation revealed that one of the involved vehicles had left the scene prior to law enforcement arrival. 
On February 11th, 2017, Aaron Altmayer, 35, of Springfield, VT, was cited to appear in the Vermont Superior Court - Windsor Criminal Division on March 28 to answer to the alleged offense of leaving the scene of an accident.



Arrest on Warrant
Case Number: 17SF001654
Investigating Officer: Lt. Mark Fountain
Date of Arrest: March 1, 2017
Defendant: Arnaldo Cruz, 53, Jersey City, NJ
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: Officers responded to the area of 25 Union Street for a report of two (2) subjects who were fighting. It was discovered while investigating this incident that a witness to the incident, Arnaldo Cruz 01/25/64 had two (2) outstanding arrest warrants for him in Vermont
Cruz was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility-Springfield in lieu of $1000.00 bail

2 comments :

  1. Isn't that nice that they provide temporary housing for these people who already have outstanding arrest warrants? Why I was talking to the Missus just the other day about this nice way we rotate housing between the rooming houses and the prison, its awfully cold out there and they can get showers at the prison before they come back to the rooming houses. Its kind of a shame though that they might clamp down on those blighted houses in three or four years, going to cause a housing shortage that is. But at least we don't have to worry about that much for the next few years as that nice Town Manager isn't in a big yank about enforcing any of those shiny new ordinances that those pesky left-wingers on the Selectboard got passed.

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  2. It's more shameful the drug use and abuse goes unchecked, because the druggies have more rights than the police! Springfield isn't safe anymore.

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