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Apr 07

Some Recent Arrests / Scams

Posted on April 7, 2014 at 7:26 AM by Jeffrey Rudinski



On March 21 at 10:05 p.m. Officers Justin Wall and Thomas Motyka responded to a residence on Millbrook Drive for the report of a disturbance. There was damage to the residence. Two youths, a 17 year old and 18 year old Jeffrey Miller of Wilbraham were charged criminally. The 17 year old was charged with Breaking and Entering to commit a misdemeanor (Assault and Battery), Vandalism and Assault and Battery. Miller was charged with Assault and Battery, Vandalism and Intimidation of a Witness.

On March 25 at 5:51 a.m. Officer David Diogo stopped a motor vehicle on Boston Road for previously failing to stop for a stop sign. A record check revealed that the operator had no license and a warrant for his arrest out of Chicopee. Jamie Holmes 42, of Chicopee was arrested by Officer Diogo without incident.

On March 25 at 9:35 a.m. Detective Jeffrey Rudinski received information that John Boudreau 57, of Wilbraham violated a restraining order and there is currently a warrant for his arrest.

On March 29 at 3:00 p.m. Officers Joseph Brewer and Lawrence Rich responded to a single motor vehicle crash where a BMW had left the roadway off Cottage Avenue and struck a tree. The 39 year old female was not hurt but arrested for OUI Liquor, OUI Drugs and Negligent Operation. She was also cited for open container and marked lanes violations.

On March 29 at 11:45 p.m. Officer Alderico Florindo responded to an erratic operator call on Boston Road. The vehicle was stopped and had evidence of being in a crash. The operator, Dennis Biron 64, of Bondsville failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for OUI Drugs, Negligent Operation and Leaving the Scene of a Crash

Scams - Recently a resident called and stated a male pretending to be a Microsoft employee told her that her computer had viruses and for her to log on a particular website. Her computer did not have any issues and luckily she did not go to the website.

Another resident called and advised the Wilbraham police that a man pretending to be an IRS agent called and stated her taxes were wrong and that she owed money.  When she advised the caller that her accountant did her taxes the phone hung up.