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Police Log for Week of March 19 - 25, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
March 28, 2017

Ok. Here's my plan: I'll drive through town looking like a travelling circus and the police won't suspect me of not having a driver's license; and Officer Davy Crockett responds to calls on Wilson and Washington Streets.

March 19, 2017:

01:18, 1334 Washigton; Andrew from Bellingham earned a citation from Officer Remkus.

02: 07, Central & Willow Gate; Katina from Norfolk cited by Officer Woods.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Pope; Manuel C. Yupanqui of Milford (not to be confused with Manuel Yupanqui of Milford) for non-compliant aftermarket lighting and unlicensed operation.

Complaint, Wilson; resident suspects house window was shot out overnight. HPD found no footprints in the yard.

Crash, 78 Travis; Ashland man accuses Holliston woman of backing into his car (impossible).

Crash, Wahington & Highland; two cars. On schedule.

Animal incident, Stoddard Park; report that a dog fell through the ice. HPD retrieved the dog.

Animal incident, 56 Lowland; car versus deer. Hometown Auto called (for the car).

K 9 training, Placentino; tracking exercises.

March 20:

Crash, 59 Central; cars from Framingham and Sherborn met under less than favorable circumstances.

Identity theft, Wingate.

March 21:

Animal incident, Marshall & Gorwin; report of loose dog foaming at the mouth. Owner notified.

March 22:

Animal incident, Adams; resident reports a coyote in the backyard. ACO notified (Officer Crockett off duty).

Complaint, Central; report of fruit thrown in driveway. Ongoing issue.

Smoke & Fire, Cold springs; Mailman reports fire alarm sounding and smoke inside the kitchen. HFD responded. Food left on the stove.

March 23:

02:44 AM, Suspicious activity, Cole Court; report of "something walking towards the street" HPD determined it to be a rabbitt.

Crash, Ashland & Maple; one car. No details.

March 25:

Identity theft, HPD drop in; credit card usage.

During the reporting period, 34 citations and 9 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

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