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Police Log for Week of March 26 - April 1, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
April 4, 2017

Why is it that dog owners never hear their dogs barking outside in the middle of the night?

March 26, 2017:

00:07 AM, Vehicle stop, Washington & Quail Run; Sergeant Glen Dalrymple set a new record for earliest stop of the week when he gave Rosa from Framingham a verbal warning.

01:57 AM, Noise complaint, Dorset; dog barking loudly for an extended period. HPD asked owner to bring the dog inside for the night.

Animal incident, 851 Central; report of a dead deer in the back yard.

Crash, 702 Washington; report of hit and run.

March 27:

Crash, 1292 Washington; two Holliston residents exchange paint and compare insurance companies.

March 28:

Crash, Washington & Summer; two cars. Minor.

Crash, 818 Washington; two cars meet in a parking lot. Minor.

Crash, Dunks; two cars. no personal injuries.

Suspicious activity, High; caller reports suspicious noise in the back yard. HPD found nothing (can you "find" noise?)

March 29:

Suspicious activity, High, more suspicious noises outside the house. Still nothing "found".

Animal incident, 258 Norfolk; black dog in the road. GOA.

March 30:

K 9 training; Flagg School.

Repo Man on Windsor Drive.

Identity theft, Manchester Circle.

Crash, High School; son of Gorwin Drive resident drove car into a pole. AAA called for a tow.

K 9 training, Mayflower; tracking exercises in the woods.

Crash, 355 Adams; one Hopkinton car hit something. Hometown Auto called for a tow.

April 1:

Road hazard, 255 Highland; large pothole on the fog line. Hwy called.

During the reporting period, 31 citations and 6 warnings were issued. One erratic driver was reported.

BWTM:

An elderly man was stopped by the police around 2 AM and was asked
where he was going at that time of night.

The man replied, "I'm on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and
the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late."

The officer then asked, "Really? Who's giving that lecture at this time of night?"

The man replied, "That would be my wife."

 

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