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Police Log for Week of April 23 - 29, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
May 2, 2017

An idea for Milleniums: bring back two cans and a string. They never needed recharging.

Jean Spera keeping everyone safe at the corner of Central and Railroad

April 23, 2017:

11:19 AM, first citation of the week went to a Holliston resident.

Vehicle stop with summons, 137 Hollis; Jose DaSilva Lemos of Framingham for various motor vehicle violations.

Vehicle stop with summons, 118 Washington; Vanderei Compos DeOliveira for various motor vehicle violations.

Vehicle stop with summons, 890 Washington; Darwin Caguana Castro    c

Animal incident, 441 Highland; car versus deer; Dispatch sent Dispatcher ... Fire up the barbie.

April 24:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Quincy Place; Anderson DaSilva Guimaraes of Framingham for speeding & operating with a suspended license.

Crash, 870 Washington; three Rhode Island drivers meet in their usual way.

April 25:

Vehicle stop with summons, 555 Concord; Daniel Jonas Gonzalez-Rios of Franklin for Chapter 90, Section 9 (No person shall operate, push, draw or tow any motor vehicle or trailer, and the owner or custodian of such a vehicle shall not permit the same to be operated, pushed, drawn or towed upon or to remain upon any way except as authorized by section three, unless such vehicle is registered in accordance with this chapter and carries its register number displayed as provided in section six, and, in the case of a motor vehicle, is equipped as provided in section seven). "for various motor vehicle violations" is a lot easier for both of us.

Vehicle stop with arrest,Summer; Dorothy Fahey for negligent operation, OUI-liquor, operating with a suspended license (2nd offense) and an open container of alcohol.

Check prisoner.

April 26:

Check prisoner.

Crash, 492 Washington; two cars meet in a minor way.

Crash, Washington & Summer; Springfield driver and a Warwick driver exchange paint and paper

Animal incident, Foxwood; small white dog found (can I keep him, Ma. Can I, can I?)

April 27:

A slow day for Holliston's Finest.

April 28:

01:28 AM, Wilkins; Steve McCean of Hopkinton taken into protective custody on charges of malicious destruction of property over $250.00.

Check prisoner.

Crash, Washington & Highland (Crash Central); minor. Both cars drivable (maybe, but by whom?)

Suspicious activity, Central; white male, apprioximately 20 years old, wearing a hoody covering his face, carrying what appears to be a weapon. Checked OK - carrying a portable devise for charging his phone (what's next- a charging device to charge his charging device?).

Crash, Mechanic & School; two Holliston drivers involved. One taken to hospital.

April 29:

Taken into Protective custody, Justin Thomas of Holliston. No details provided.

Animal incident, Underwood; caller stated that there is a rabid fox in the yard. GOA (apparently it is also a rapid fox).

During the reporting period, 44 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Safety first. So now Junior won't swallow a bug

 

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