∎ Police responded to a suspicious activity report at 391 Damon Road around 7:41 a.m. Sunday to find people arguing. No other information was a available.
∎ Police arrested an Easthampton man shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday after officers were called to help with a disruptive patron at a bar.
According to police reports, Nathan C. Ryan, 41, 15 Ballard St., Apartment F, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, subsequent offense, and refusing to show identification at an establishment that holds a liquor license Sunday around 1 a.m..
After being refused service, he began yelling, causing a scene, and he refused to cooperate with the officers, according to police.
∎ Around 5:40 p.m., Saturday police responded to a report that a car had been scratched on Bridge Street.
∎ Police took a report around 12:30 p.m. that an unlocked car parked at Elwell State Park on Damon Road had been entered and a purse and wallet stolen
∎ Police responded to a disturbance at 129 King St. around 11 a.m. Saturday, where they found a man yelling. There were no charges.
∎ Police around 8 a.m. Saturday responded to a break-in at 36 Strong Avenue where they found the door to a condo kicked in, an alarm sounding, but nothing apparently missing.
∎ Police took a report around 11 p.m. Friday that a patron at a Main Street restaurant had her debit card and $171 in cash taken from her purse.
∎ Around 4:30 p.m. Friday, police arrested Evan Lee Briand, whose address was listed as the homeless shelter in Amherst, on two counts of shoplifting. Police allege Briand took 24 cans of Red Bull from Wal-Mart on North King Street and 12 cans of Red Bull from Cumberland Farms.
∎ Police responded to a reported “road rage” incident around 2:30 p.m. Friday on Strong Avenue. According to reports two men left Route 91 and then parked on Strong Avenue in Northampton, where one man smashed the other man’s cell phone. The incident had diffused by the time police arrived. No charges were issued.
∎ Police took a shoplifting report from the Big Y on North King Street around 11:30 a.m. Friday. The person took two bottles of alcohol, but store employees had tracked him down and confiscated the items and did not press charges.