The Recorder – Montague Police Records: May 4-9, 2022

Posted: 2022-06-02 16:34:36

Wednesday May 4

12:24 p.m. — An employee of the Montague Machine Co. on Rastallis Street reports three men smashing windows behind the business. Unable to locate.

9.13pm – A caller from Millers Pub reports that a woman assaulted a man, causing trouble with other patrons inside the club. Police arrested Serina Annette Cook, 25, of Grand Avenue in Millers Falls, for assault and battery on a public employee and disorderly conduct.

Thursday May 5

3:33 p.m. – A caller from Unity Park says he was attacked by a group of children. The caller said he had marks on his face and started having a panic attack, but refused medical attention. Police then called for an ambulance and spoke to the parents of a suspect, who said they would call later when they came into contact with the minor. A juvenile arrest was carried out on a 13-year-old teenager for assault and battery on a person with an intellectual disability.

Friday, May 6

3:03 p.m. – A caller on the South Prospect Street Bridge reports a vehicle broke down in the middle of the bridge, potentially due to a broken front axle. Police monitored traffic until AAA arrived.

11:41 p.m. – The bar manager at Rendezvous on Third Street reports that a patron is causing a scene with one of his bar staff. The man involved was gone, but the caller asked for options. It would be the third meeting. The caller then called back to provide a name, as well as a residence near Fourth Street.

Saturday May 7

2:06 p.m. — A caller from Highland Circle reports a bear walking by. Police located two bears heading into the woods leading to the golf course.

4:38 p.m. – A G Street caller reports seeing a dog while fishing on Thursday that was still there at the time of the call with an apparent leg injury. Caller took possession of the animal in hopes of bringing it to the shelter. A volunteer came to take possession of the dog.

Sunday May 8

6:31 p.m. — A caller from Montague Avenue reports that there is a cat in a house that has not been taken care of and that the owners have not been home for eight months. The same report was submitted in April, at which time Animal Control investigated and found no issues. The police left a message for animal control.

7:26 p.m. – A caller from N Street reports that a man on a dirt bike drove through his yard and left marks. When the appellant asked him to clean it, the individual allegedly refused. Benjamin Luke Stennes, 26, of Fourth Street, was charged with destruction of property under $1,200.

Monday May 9

9.17am – A Fourth Street caller says he has four rabbits in his yard after their mother was killed by a hawk. Animal control came to get the rabbits.