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Police Log for Week of April 30 - May 6, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
May 9, 2017

Resident questions HPD offer of low interest rates, and not all the clowns are in government.

April 30, 2017:

Noon, Larceny, Goodwill; bike reported stolen. Found two hours later on the rail trail.

Erratic driver with arrest, 350 Washington; Luis Caguana of Framingham for marked lanes violation, following too closely, being under 21 with liquor in the vehicle, unlicensed operation, outstanding warrant (too bad STUPID isn't chargeable).

Check prisoner.

May 1:

Spam call, Washington; resident reported a call with a caller ID of HPD offerring low interest rates.

May 2:

Animal incident, 50 Winter; car versus deer. Both left the scene (one with a little less paint, the other with a little less fur).

Animal incident, 1862 Washington; car versus dog. Dog taken to vet.

May 3:

Fraud, unknown person trying to open credit card accounts in the name of the caller (imitation not always a form of flattery).

Crash, 441 Washington; Franklin driver wanted Holliston driver's spot at Dunks. HPD gave Franklin residents a ride home (and stake out!).

Disturbance, Windsor; Edward Kenneth Pringle of Framingham taken into protective custody.

May 4:

Animal incident, Travis; ACO requested to remove three loose dogs.

May 5:

Complaint, Locust; report of syringes containing fluid left in mail box.

Suspicious activity, Copper; several calls about yuts toilet-papering a house. Owner aware (not concerned if only new paper used?)

May 6:

2:45 AM; Animal incident, 2000 block of Washington; dead deer discovered in driveway (not a John Deere).

Crash, 733 Highland; Medway driver interacts with two innocent Holliston drivers.

Crash, Prentice & Fairview; two Holliston residents meet.

Animal incident, Christopher; report of animal attack. No details (not even if it had a tail).

Disturbance with arrest, Underwood; Corey Wood Littman of Holliston for B & E for Felony, person in fear, witness intimidation, malicious destruction of property over $250.00 and resisting arrest.

Check prisoner.

Suspicious activity, Mill; Hopkinton PD reports person wearing a clown mask jumping out in traffic by town line (apparently they don't make a susicide mask).

During the reporting period, 10 citations and 9 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Safety first: Always use the crosswalks

 

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Uh, What was that word? Did you say two YUTES? Judge Chamberlain Haller

- Jamie Holland | 5/9/17 3:50 PM

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