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Police Log for Week of April 2 - 8, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
April 11, 2017

Driver gets an expensive car wash on Prospect and Lassie confesses after 60 years.

April 2, 2017:

00:51 AM, 550 Washington; Officer Woods spots Migdalia from Framingham being naughty and hands her a citation. He stops three more before 7:30 AM.

Animal incident, 92 Central; concerned citizen reports spots a snake in the pond (who ya ganna call: Rescue or the Dispatcher?)

Crash, 21 Charles; report of hit & run in the parking lot.

Animal incident, 1292 Washington; report of dead animal on the side of the road.

Crash, 368 Prentice; one car and two mailboxes (a new record for mailbox demoliton derby).

April 3:

Animal incident, 150 Goulding; small dog in the road.

Crash, 195 Prospect; car versus hydrant.

Animal incident, Morgans Way; sick fox reported (who ya ganna call: Rescue or the Dispatcher?)

Crash, Washington & Charles; Framingham versus Medway but Hometown Auto won the contest.

Crash, 56 Prospect; tree jumped out in front of Holliston driver.

10:30 PM, disturbance, Jennings; loud music. Advised.

10:50 PM, disturbance, Jennings; music turned down but yelling turned up. Advised.

April 4:

Crash, 567 Concord; Worcester driver takes aim at a utility pole and hits it on his first attempt.

April 5:

Crash, Washington & Hopping Brook; Medway and Hopedale drivers pay for their lack of concentration.

Repo Man on Washington; it's 11:15 PM, do you know where your 2010 Cascadia Freightliner is?

April 6:

02:00 AM, Central & Bullard; deer runs into side of a car (Excedrin headache # 9)

Crash, 79 Hollis; Holliston driver encounters Ashland driver. Minor.

Crash, 487 Norfolk; Holliston driver encounters Medway driver. Minor

April 7:

Vehicle stop with summons; 589 Concord; Rogerio Neves Oliveira of Milford for marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation.

Identity theft, Ashland Street.

During the reporting period 18 citations and 5 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Death bed confession:

 

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Comments (5)

Paul, you still have time to write the Great American Novel with your witty thoughts. Thanks for keeping us SO informed.

- Tom Anguish | 4/14/17 9:07 AM

Thanks Jean. For the record I don't add anything to Chief Cassidy's Fire & EMT Log.

- Paul Saulnier | 4/12/17 3:31 PM

Paul thank you for publishing the police/fire blotter AS YOU SEE IT.

- JEAN | 4/12/17 3:07 PM

That's some religion you belong to, Chuck. Thanks for reading.

- Paul Saulnier | 4/12/17 6:08 AM

I read Paul's police report's comments religiously because although I feel badly for the people involved, his humor sets the stage and is wonderful...may he always continue. Chuck Campbell

- Chuck Campbell | 4/12/17 12:35 AM

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