Rindge police log: May 29, 2014


Tuesday, May 20

Email scam: Police officers sent out a warning alert advising residents to look out for email scams. Police are investigating what appears to be email scam through an online sales site. Interim Police Administrator Mike French said a Rindge resident posted a vehicle for sale on the site and then received an email requiring bank information. The resident did not provide this information. Police advises residents not to give out any personal information to strangers.

Wednesday, May 21

Shoplifting: At 3 p.m. police responded to the Auto Zone store on Commercial Lane for a case of reported shoplifting.

Thursday, May 22

Arrest: At 1 p.m. Korlyce French, 20, of Winchendon, Mass., was arrested at Walmart and charged with concealment of merchandise. French was released on a hand summons. He is scheduled to appear in court on July 2.

Friday, May 23

Arrest: At 11:20 a.m. John Szalwinsk, 21, of Brandford, Conn., was arrested on a warrant at the police station, charging him with providing false information to the police. He was released on personal recognize. Szalwinsk is scheduled to appear in court on July 2.

Saturday, May 24

Theft investigation: Police are investigating an alleged theft at Walmart. Police reports indicate the case involves bags of salt.

Sunday, May 25

Arrest: Shea Tenney, 28, of Winchendon, Mass., was arrested on a 2010 warrant charging her with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and criminal threatening . Tenney was released on personal recognizance bail and is arraigned to appear in court on July 2.

Monday, May 26

Neighbor dispute: At noon, officers responded to a neighbor dispute on Lake Drive. Police reports indicate the residents were arguing about a boat dock. The investigation is ongoing.

Accident: At 7:35 p.m., there was a minor traffic crash at the Sawmill Apartments Parking lot involving two vehicles. No injuries were reported and no arrests were made. Police said a 2008 Ford, driven by Bryan Milo, 22, of Nashua, hit a parked 1987 Monte Carlo.

Thursday. May 29

Arrest: At 9:25 p.m., police responded to a single motor vehicle accident on Robinson road. Trevor Laperle, 24, of Winchendon Mass was arrested and charged for DWI and transportation of a controlled drug. He was driving a 1995 Nissan Maxima north on Robins road when he lost control of the vehicle and went off the road. He was released on a $1000 personal recognizance bail with a court date of June 11.

Friday, May 30

Theft investigation: At 4:03 p.m., police received a report of a theft at Walmart on U.S. 202. One male suspected allegedly stole another customer’s merchandise after he had paid for it at the check out. The investigation is still on-going.

Arrest: At 9:30 p.m., a 17 year-old male of Rindge turned himself in on a warrant for willful concealment. Police said he had stolen light bulbs from Auto Zone on May 20. He was released on a $1000 personal recognizance bail with a court date of July 2.

Monday, June 2

Arrest: At 4:30 p.m., Ashley Pietrowski, 20, of Ware, Mass., turned herself in on an arrest warrant. Police charged her with false report to law enforcement. She was released on a $2500 personal recognizance bail court with a court date of July 2. Police said Pietrowski had provided false information regarding a motor vehicle accident on May 17 on University Drive. Police said she first claimed that she wasn’t driving the vehicle and then she admitted she did.

Motor vehicle accident: At 5:05 p.m., police officers were dispatch to Fitzgerald road for a motor vehicle roll-over. A 16-year-old Rindge resident was driving a 2000 Subaru legend when he became distracted and drove off the road. He was issued a hand summons for negligent driving with a court date of July 2.

Arrest: At 7 p.m., police arrested Robin Vaillancourt, 27, of Fitzwilliam on an arrest warrant for willful concealment. He was released on $1000 personal recognizance bail with a court date of July 2. The incident occurred on May 3 at Olympia Sports.

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