Police are looking into the theft of $1,000 worth of aluminum from Seaside Glass on Pond Road.
The aluminum, staff told police, was stolen from the metal pile at the rear of the business by a man with a dark-colored GMC pickup truck. Police reviewed security footage, and have forwarded the case to detectives.
A domestic incident on Washington Street ended with paramedics taking a man to the hospital.
Police were called to 111 Washington St. around 1 a.m. Tuesday. The woman there told them that her boyfriend came home intoxicated, started throwing things, and then fell on his face, according to police reports. She told officers she didn’t want him in the home. Police called paramedics who transported him to the hospital for evaluation.
At 12:55 a.m. Tuesday, police responded to a Shepherd Street residence for a report of a domestic incident. When they arrived, they found a couple arguing over possession of a dog. The man wanted to take the dog with him, but didn’t have a place to stay; police told him to leave the dog with his wife.
A Woodbury Street resident reported he received over 20 phone calls Monday from a Northampton man. He said the caller believed he had a relationship with the man’s wife and threatened to make his life “miserable.” Police told the man Tuesday at 9:49 a.m. to file a harassment order.
Officers responded to Tarr’s Road for a report of a dog theft at 12:55 p.m. Tuesday.
A woman at the residence told police she had been taking care of her ex-boyfriend’s dog for four months. She said she’d been in touch with him about coming to pick it up. She told police the man’s daughter had come by earlier that day looking for the dog and made a scene. She said she didn’t want the man’s daughter on her property and wouldn’t give the dog to her.
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