Northampton police weekend arrest/crime report
∎ Keith A. Plummer Jr., 30, of West Springfield, was arrested Sunday at 12:34 a.m. on charges of vandalizing property and disorderly conduct outside McLadden’s Irish Publick House on Pleasant Street. Police said officers observed Plummer exit the pub with his hands up yelling and then break a sign outside the bar.
∎ Michael James Frenier, 37, of Holyoke, was arrested Saturday at 10:51 a.m. outside Therapeutic Associates on Center Street on charges of breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony, larceny from a building, wanton destruction of property over $250, receiving a stolen credit card and trespassing. Police said a tenant found Frenier inside the office building and said he allegedly broke a window to get in before going through unlocked offices. Frenier was in possession of mail and a credit card from inside the building when they arrested him at the scene, according to police.
∎ Police took a report Saturday at 10:23 a.m. that someone had broken off keys and glued them into the locks of four apartments at the Walter Salvo House on Conz Street.
∎ Steven Robert Wasilauski, 40, of 3 Karen Circle, Easthampton, was arrested Saturday at 12:24 a.m. outside Tully O’Reilly’s pub on Pearl Street on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. Police said Wasilauski allegedly brandished a small knife after he re-entered the bar after earlier being asked to leave. Police said staff disarmed Wasilauski before they arrived at the scene.
∎ Glenn Arthur Williams, 50, of 121 Kings Highway, Westhampton, was arrested Friday shortly before midnight outside the Clarion Hotel on Atwood Drive on a charge of operating under the influence of alcohol, second offense. Police said they found Williams passed out in his vehicle, which was running and in drive, though his foot was on the brake. Police attempted to wake Williams by using a cruiser air horn prior to his arrest.
∎ Nathan J. Schumann, 42, of 9 Lynn Drive in Southampton, was arrested Friday at 5:05 p.m. on Main Street downtown on a charge of open and gross lewdness (subsequent offense), and on a warrant. Police responded to the scene after a woman reported that Schumann was publicly masturbating with his pants down in his vehicle near the intersection of Gothic and Main streets.