Antrim police log: May 2, 2013
Wednesday, April 24
Motor vehicle theft: At 5 p.m., police responded to Clinton Road after receiving a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival and making contact with the calling party, police observed a call to pull in behind the cruiser . The calling party stated that was the car she reported stolen. The car was being operated by a neighbor who lives in an adjacent apartment. Police took a report for documentation, but the calling party did not wish to press charges, stating she was satisfied with the car being returned to her.
Abandoned vehicle: At 6:45 p.m., an officer was approached by a motorist who stated that there was an abandoned vehicle parked in the middle of the road on the top of the Depot Street hill. Police responded to Depot Street and found the vehicle with no operator. The vehicle is owned by Karen Spohn, 53, of Brookline. No charges were filed, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
Arrest: At 7:30 p.m., police arrested Diogo Filipe Pacheco-Aguiar, 21, of Acton, Mass., on an active warrant out of Antrim for reckless driving. The warrant was activated when Pacheco-Aguiar was stopped for a passing vehicles at a high rate of speed in Antrim in April. Pacheco-Aguiar was released on $2,500 personal recognizance and was given a court date of June 6 at Hillsborough District Court.
Assist other agency: At 9:41 p.m., police responded to Starret Road in Bennington to assist Bennington police with an unwanted person and a disturbance. The issue was an ongoing neighbor dispute. Police assisted as necessary and cleared without incident.
Thursday, April 25
Report taken: At 9:45 p.m., a female resident came to the Antrim Police Department to report harassing phone calls and text messages from a male subject who is the father of her child. While taking the report, the male subject called her phone and spoke to officer Brian Lord. Lord told the male subject multiple times to not call or text that number anymore, or else he would be charged with harassment. The male subject said he understood, and no report has been taken since regarding the phone calls.
Saturday, April 27
Complaint: At 9 p.m., dispatch advised police of shots fired in the downtown area. It was determined by police to have been fireworks, not gun shots, on Pleasant Street. Police spoke with the owner of the home, advising that it was a class three fire danger day. The owner told police he was finished setting off the fireworks. No charges were filed.