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Haunted Hayride - Saturday, October 21st
Celebrating The First Annual Walk of Hope - Sunday, October 22nd
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Placentino Book Fair October 17th & 18th. See Below
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Police Log for Week of April 9 - 15, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
April 18, 2017

Local Crime Stoppers were busy last week

April 9, 2017:

Pothole reported on Hill Street (Crime Stoppers at work).

Repo Man on Adam Wheeler.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 169 Concord; Edson Defreith of Holliston for unlicensed operation.

Check prisoner.

April 10:

Smoke & Fire, Norland; report of out-of-control fire due to burning leaves (permit states that burning leaves is not allowed).

Lost & Found, Goodwill Park. Ring found in sandbox (those Cracker Jacks prizes are becoming valuable?).

Identity theft, Mitchell.

Report of injured dog on the Rail Trail. GOA.

April 11:

Trespassing with arrest, Windsor; Michael Patrick Geesham of Holliston for trespassing.

Check prisoner.

Crash, Washington & Pleasant; Waban driver interferes with Holliston driver's progress. Minor.

April 12:

Road hazard, Prentice; Crime stoppers report multiple potholes  in vicinity of Outpost Farm (apparently also a pothole farm).

April 13:

Larceny, High; report of stolen checkbook.

Fraud, Winthrop; report of usage of a stolen credit card.

April 14:

Traffic complaint, Wilson; frequent speeding reported. Extra patrols requested.

Animal incident, Vine; dog sitter reports that 3 or 4 dogs on the loose. Last seen headed for Winthrop St (likely the last scene for the sitter as well).

Suspicious activity, Turner; report of man at the door offerring to assist in lowering energy bills. Man told HPD that he worked for "Town Square Energy".

April 15:

Noise complaint, 100 block of Washington; two reports of possible gun shots in the area. Checked OK by HPD.

During the reporting period, 31 citations and 11 warnings were issued. Only one erratic driver was reported (crime stoppers too busy looking for potholes).

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