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Police Log for Week of May 28 - June 3, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
June 6, 2017

Watch how often drivers in front of you cross the centerline on left curves in the road and the fog line on right curves.

They won't be chucking any more wood any time soon.

May 28, 2017:

Midnight crash with arrest, 126 Church; Chelsea T. Zono of Worcester for OUI and crashing into a parked car. Bail set at $40.00.

May 29:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Fairlane; Wisley E. Vieira of Framingham for marked lanes violation, OUI drugs and possession of Class E drug.

Erratic driver, Washington & Paul; issued a verbal warning for crossing the centerline several times.

May 30:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 58 Jennings; Geraldo Vasquez on an outstanding warrant.

Check prisoner.

Crash, CVS; two Holliston residents off their meds.

May 31:

Animal incident, 1568 Washington; report of dead deer in the road creating hazard

Vandalism, Andrews School; front door broken into (such a thirst for knowledge is heart warming - even if only to learn of the penalty for B&E).

Animal incident, Central; report of injured woodchuck. Dispatched

Erratic driver, 510 Washington; stopped and lectured on the evils of erratic driving.

June 1:

Crash, 1145 Washington; two Ashland residents wished they had stayed off Washington Street.

June 2:

Animal incident, 81 North Mill; rabid raccoon reported in back yard. GOA (rabid, not stupid).

Animal incident, Overlook; report of "some kind of animal dead in the road". HWY picked up the woodchuck.

Suspicious activity, 81 Railroad; "party reports a vehicle sitting in a parking lot taking pictures daily" (writer must have watched CARS and CARSII several times).

June 3:

Vehicle stop with summons, 459 Washington; a tow-for Wellington DaSilva of Framingham for operating with a revoked registration, uninsured vehicle, allowing an improper person to operate your vehicle, and Pedro Dematos of Framingham for unlicensed operation.

Animal incident, Arch; walker found small white lost dog on the rail trail (you know its lost by its bark). Owner found.

Walk-in, HPD; person requesting assistance in locating lost cell phone (if it was connected to a wall you would always know where it is).

Crash, 776 Washington; two Fiskes customers in a hurry to get latest gizmos for the kids.

Erratic driver, 589 Concord; reportedly crossed centerline and fog line several times. Stopped and lectured on the evils of erratic driving.

During the reporting period, 21 citations and 9 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.



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Comments (1)

Always a chuckle Paul! A great way to start a day! Keep them coming.

- Yvonne Giargiari | 6/6/17 7:19 AM



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