Whitehall Police Logs: Feb. 7-13

Feb. 7

12:38 p.m.

Police were called to Saunders Street for a reported mental health and transported one person to the Glens Falls Hospital Behavioral Health Unit.

7:56 p.m.

Called to assist fire company with traffic on Poultney Street

9:14 p.m.

Williams Street resident reported dog missing. Neighbor later found and returned the dog.

Feb. 8

2:05 a.m.

Patrol officer found that roads were snowy and icy and reported that to the Department of Public Works.

4:10 p.m.

Police assisted EMS with a medical call on Elizabeth Street.

Feb. 9

4:03 a.m.

Police issued one ticket for illegal overnight parking.

8:39 a.m.

Called to Mountain Street for an illegally parked car. It was removed without incident.

7 p.m.

Police were called to Boardman Street for a report of a restraining order being violated. Justin Panoushek, 27, of Rutland. Vt., was charged with first-degree criminal contempt.

Feb. 10

8 a.m.

Police were called to Center Street for a car blocking private property. Resolved without incident.

9 a.m.

Police were called for alleged harassment over a parked vehicle. Situation resolved after speaking with landlord.

4:50 p.m.

Report of a three-car accident on Broadway near First Avenue. Police charged Gary Ryan of Avon, Conn., with following too closely. One person was transported to Glens Falls Hospital for minor injuries.

5:45 p.m.

Police were called to Kirtland Street for a report of a Facebook account being tampered with. Person making the report was to follow up with police.

6:34 p.m.

Called to Poultney Street after a tractor-trailer knocked wires onto the road while turning around. Police controlled traffic while National Grid repaired the lines.

Feb. 11

7:25 a.m.

Called to Broadway for an automobile accident with no injuries. Ruth J. Rudd, 40, of Whitehall was charged with unsafe backing.

9:30 p.m.

Responded to a civil complaint on Main Street regarding snow piled in a right of way.

1:35 p.m.

Responded to Champlain Avenue for a report of harassment of Facebook.

3:30 p.m.

Responded to Boardman Street for a trespassing complaint. Report was unfounded.

Feb. 12

11 a.m.

Called to Neddo Street for a report of aggravated harassment by text and on Facebook. Police advised person to stop the harassment.

11:10 p.m.

Assisted Verizon with traffic control on Poultney Street

1:30 p.m.

Responded to a civil complaint on Main Street regarding a lawn tractor parked in a right of way.

2:45 p.m.

Called to Mountain Street to locate an individual. Could not find the person.

5:02 p.m.

Called to a domestic disturbance on Fifth Avenue for a teenager being verbally abusive.  Situation resolved. Domestic Incident Report filed.

9:53 p.m.

Called to West Street for an aggravated harassment complaint. Warrant issued for suspect.

9:57 p.m.

Called for Broadway for a noise complaint regarding a loud child. Situation resolved.

Feb. 13

1:35 a.m.

Assisted EMS on West Street.

5 a.m.

Police issued two tickets for illegal overnight parking on Potter Street, two on Main Street, one on Williams Street and one on Skene Street.

6:47 p.m.

Police charged Brian Bombard, 33, of Queensbury with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right on Poultney Street.

10:25 p.m.

Called to Adams Street for a report of aggravated harassment by texting. Case is pending investigation.

Note: Police report that in the last two weeks, they have  issued 34 tickets.

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