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Springfield Ohio Police Station Address: 130 N Fountain Ave, Springfield, OH 45502, United States


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The Springfield Police Department is part of a long history of Law Enforcement in New England, dating back to the city’s founding in 1636.

The SPD developed from the early years of “law and order” in the settlement to a modern day law enforcement agency.

Beginning with the days of the Constable, the role of Marshalls, to the emergence of police officers as a profession, the SPD been a part of the develop of Law Enforcement in the USA.

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The Springfield Police Department is warning homeowners and realtors of a scam that we have taken two separate reports on this week.

This scam targets homes for sale, including foreclosures. The scammer will attempt to rent those homes through classified websites such as Craigslist.

The scammer is taking pictures from primary sites such as Zillow and reposting those pictures on secondary sites such as Craigslist, listing the property for rent as their own.

In one case, the scammer broke in and replaced the locks to be able to give keys to an unknowing victim/tenant.

On Monday night, Springfield Police made two arrests involving people attempting to rent a home that was not theirs. The Springfield Police Department believes that more people are currently involved in similar schemes.

On Monday, a relator went to a home on Jordan Street to put up business signs, when three people arrived saying they were moving into the home. Two other people, later identified as Alberto Ramirez and Yaliber Aguiar, arrived at that time to let them in. When these scammers realized a real estate agent was at the home, they took off in their car. At that point the real estate agent called 9-1-1 and police responded and were able to locate the car about 20 minutes later and stopped it on Dwight Street near the I-91 ramp. Two arrests were made.

33 year old Alberto Ramirez of Beauchamp Street was arrested and charged with:
• Larceny over $1200 by a single scheme
• Operating a Motor Vehicle with a suspended license,
subsequent offense
• Operating a motor vehicle with a rejection sticker
• Default Warrant (Armed Robbery)

26 year old Yaliber Aguiar of Sorrento Street was arrested and charged with:
• Larceny over $1200 by a single scheme

If you notice your home or a home that you are selling/renting is receiving suspicious inquiries, the locks have been changed or you see your home for sale/rent on a website that you did not approve, you need to call your local police department and make a police report.

This applies to anyone who notices this type of activity no matter if you are a relator or homeowner, it is everyone’s responsibility to report these issues so that they are investigated and can be stopped.

The Springfield Police Department is providing some information to protect yourself if you are trying to rent a home.

• Verify who you are talking to, reputable realtors do not operate on Craigslist or another similar websites
• If the phone number listed is from a non-local area code, that
is a red flag
• If the “landlord” is willing to text or email you a lease/rental
application or if it is a standard lease form downloaded from
the internet that is another red flag
• Never send anyone you don’t know money via an app or
internet transfer
• Request to meet the person in public, at their place of
business is recommended.
• If an offer is too good to be true, it probably is

We have some more information about how to protect yourself and identify rental scams in these links. (Thanks to the Mayor’s Office of Consumer Information)

https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0079-rental-listing-scams

https://www.consumidor.ftc.gov/articulos/s0079-estafas-de-listados-de-propiedades-en-alquiler

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Springfield Police Officers arrested Terry Rivera in the woods near Oak Ridge Street Wednesday night at approximately 10:30pm.

Around 10pm, Officers located a stolen car driving in the area of State St. and Maple St. When Officers activated their emergency equipment the driver, later identified as Terry Rivera, continued driving through a red light at Union St. and Walnut St. Mr. Rivera continued to ignore several red lights on Walnut Street and was traveling at a high rate of speed. A second police cruiser was positioned on Walnut Street when Mr. Rivera drove directly towards the cruiser. An officer had to quickly swerve to avoid being hit by Rivera’s stolen car. Mr. Rivera was now driving in the middle of the road.

This pursuit continued through several streets in the Forest Park neighborhood. Another officer had his cruiser near the intersection of Scott St. and Alderman St. with the emergency lights on when Mr. Rivera swerved toward that cruiser. The officer was able to move his cruiser and avoid being struck. Mr. Rivera then continued through the “X” driving dangerously.

At this point the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing began to monitor Mr. Rivera’s car as he drove through the South End and Mason Square without stopping at any stop signs or red lights, putting anyone in those areas in danger.

Springfield Police ended their pursuit and Mr. Rivera eventually drove into Ludlow. Ludlow Police began to pursue Mr. Rivera in their town. Springfield Officers then positioned themselves on the Springfield side of the Ludlow Bridge and observed Mr. Rivera drive back into the city. Mr. Rivera then continued driving and turned down Oak Ridge Street, which is a dead end. Mr. Rivera jumped out of the car and ran into the woods where he was taken into custody after a brief foot pursuit.

Officers also located 10 bags on heroin on Mr. Rivera. The car was reported stolen out of Westfield.

39 year old Terry Rivera of Canon Circle is charged with:
• Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (2 Counts)
• Receiving a stolen motor vehicle
• Reckless operation of a motor vehicle
• Possession of a Class A drug
• Threat to Commit a Crime
• Failure to stop for police
• Arrest Warrant
• Default Warrant

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Meet Sparky. She is a 2 year old German Shepherd mix and is looking for her forever home. Officer Keith Fleming took some pictures with her on the Kevin Ambrose Memorial Bench outside Thomas J. O’Connor Animal Control and Adoption Center on Monday.

TJO and Dakin Humane Society are participating in the nationwide #cleartheshelters event this Saturday August 18th hosted by NBC and Telemundo.

TJO will be open from 10am-3pm on Saturday and will have discounted adoption fees.

Dogs, cats, guinea pigs and rabbits will be available for adoption.

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Meet Milky Way. He is a 5 year old cocker spaniel mix looking for his forever home. Officer Israel Reyes found a new friend and took some pictures with Milky Way on Monday at Thomas J. O’Connor Animal Control and Adoption Center.

TJO and Dakin Humane Society are participating in the nationwide #cleartheshelters event this Saturday August 18th hosted by NBC and Telemundo.

TJO will be open from 10am-3pm on Saturday and will have discounted adoption fees.

Dogs, cats, guinea pigs and rabbits will be available for adoption.

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The Springfield Police Department’s Strategic Impact Unit under the direction of Lt. Lawrence Murphy recovered more than 80 bags of heroin and made three arrests Wednesday morning.

While waiting to execute a search warrant at 127 Cedar Street, Members of the Strategic Impact Unit witnessed two drug transactions Wednesday morning between 11AM and 11:30AM outside that home.

Officers pulled over one suspect and recovered five bags of Heroin from Jose Diaz. Officers later conducted a traffic stop and recovered five bags of heroin from Nilsa Agosto. They were both arrested.

Detectives then spotted Juan Febus getting into a Mercedes outside 127 Cedar Street, secured Mr. Febus and executed the search warrant. A 3 year old was sleeping in the home at the time the search warrant was executed. Detectives recovered a digital scale and packaging materials inside the home. Detectives also recovered 6 bags of heroin on Mr. Febus and an additional 65 bags of heroin inside the car. Mr. Febus was arrested.

30 year old Juan Febus of Cedar Street is charged with:
• Distribution of a Class A Drug, Subsequent Offense (2 counts)
• Possession with the intent to distribute a Class A Drug

69 year old Jose Diaz of Ceder St is charged with:
• Possession of a Class A Drug

51 year old Nilsa Agosto of Myrtle Street in Indian Orchard is charged with:
• Possession of a Class A Drug