Oktoberfest this Friday. Tickets at http://www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org/
Haunted Hayride - Saturday, October 21st
Celebrating The First Annual Walk of Hope - Sunday, October 22nd
Kamala classes in ZentangleĀ® and Art Journaling and SoulCollageĀ®
Placentino Book Fair October 17th & 18th. See Below
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Police Log for Week of May 7 - 13, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
May 16, 2017

Bling job on Woodland and Bertucci's parking lot  is becoming as popular as Washington & Highland.

May 7, 2017:

00:56, 21 Central; Officer Todd Hagan issued the first citation of the week to Connie of Franklin.

May 8:

Crash; Central & Norfolk; three cars and a utility pole involved. Hometown Auto called.

Crash, 550 Washington (in front of HPD); Framingham driver impacts a Holliston driver. Minor

May 9:

Vandalism, Ashland; During the night someone swerved right across the front lawn  (possibly to avoid the boogeyman).

Traffic complaint, Marshall; report of high speed traffic during commuter hours (how long has it been since we had such a complaint on Washington?).

Suspicious activity, Old Cart Path; report of a black sedan hitting a recycling barrel, leaving the scene and returning (do damaged recycle barrels qualify for the recycling?)

Crash with arrest, 1569 Washington; Jeffrey Anderson of Southboro ran into a law-abiding Holliston driver and was dutifully arrested by Holliston's Finest for OUI liquor, marked lanes violation, reckless driving and possession of an open container of alcohol ("But Officer, I'm hardly under the affluence of incohol").

Check prisoner.

May 10:

Crash, 240 Prentice; two out-of-towners meet in a minor way.

Larceny, High School; stolen bag reported.

Crash, Bertucci's; two more out-of-towns meet after lunch.

May 11:

Suspicious activity, Highland; report of hose from a propane tank going into second floor window. HPD determined that the hose is connection to contractors' air compressor.

Larceny, Woodland; report of missing jewelry.

Crash, Bertucci's; Ashland diner spoils Hollistonian's dining experience.

May 12:

Crash; Washington & Pleasant; Franklin and North Attleboro residents collide with possible injuries. Hometown Auto called.

May 13:

Unlucky day for 12 drivers stopped for various infractions.

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 6 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported. One was placed in the Greybar Hotel to dry out.

BWTM:

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