Mason Police Log: May 23, 2013
Sunday, May 5
Criminal Mischief: At 11:45 a.m., a Sandpit Road resident reported damage done to her mailbox by an unknown person at some point during the night.
Monday, May 6
Arrest: At 7:40 p.m., police assisted HCSO deputies in executing an arrest warrant for Michael Johnson.
Saturday, May 11
Parking violation: At 1:30 p.m., police received a report of a Toyota Tacoma pickup blocking the gate entrance on the Mason Trail. Police made contact with the owner of the vehicle, a member of the Mason Conservation Committee performing a trail review, and advised them to keep the gate unblocked so that emergency vehicles can enter.
Animal complaint: At 5:30 p.m., a Briggs Road resident reported that an English setter dog was on her property and in an altercation with her dog. The resident was able to separate the dogs, and identify the owner, a Townsend Road resident. The owner of the dog picked up the animal. Police followed up with the owner of the English setter, who confirmed his dog was fine and properly licensed in Mason. Police issued a warning for allowing the dog to run at large.
Monday, May 13
Arrest: At 2 p.m., police arrested David Janik X of Mason for violation of bail conditions.
Alarm: At 4:30 p.m., police responded to a Townsend Road residence for an alarm activation for the inside basement door. On examination, there were no signs of unlawful entry. After speaking with the homeowner, police confirmed the likely cause to be the homeowners dogs jumping on the basement door.
Assist: At 5:36, police were advised to be on the look out for a white Wrangler Jeep with the top removed, occupied by one white man and one black, who were possibly involved in a theft from a residential home on Proctor Road in Townsend, Mass.
Wednesday, May 15
Animal complaint: At 12:30 p.m., police received a complaint from a Marcel Road resident concerning a stop payment. The resident is a dog breeder, who told police a customer put a stop payment on a check for a dog but didn’t return the dog. When contacted, the new dog owner alleged that the dog was very sick with two types of parasites, and she felt it was unsafe for the dog to go back to the breeder. The new owner agreed to reverse the stop payment issued. Investigation revealed the breeder allegedly sold the dog without the required health certificate. Police will be working with the N.H. Department of Agriculture to conduct a site visit to inspect conditions at the breeder.
Arrest: At 10:37 p.m., police arrested Timothy Woodard, 33, of Ashby, Mass., and charged him with disobeying an officer and aggravated DWI. Woodard was released on personal recognizance bail with an arraignment date of June 10 at the Milford District Court.