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Police Log for Week of June 4 - 10, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
June 13, 2017

That really gets my goat and new sign to read "Dead Deer Not Allowed":

Someone near Birch Road is expecting the Big Flood.

June 4, 2017:

00:04, Vehicle stop with Summons. Luiz Guilherme Chiamulera of Everett for operating without a license (look on the bright side, Luiz. At least you helped Officer Woods set a new record for earliest stop of the week)

Animal incident, Highland; resident reports stray dog scratching at his door. HPD took dog to its owner.

Crash, 1540 Washington; two cars with injuries. Hometown Auto called.

Animal incident, Jeffrey; German Shepard on the loose.

Crash, Washington & Highland; two cars with injuries.

Disturbance, Turner; resident reports son kicking in the door. Transported home by HPD.

June 5:

Crash, TD Bank; (two Holliston residents will have to go back in to the bank to make large withdrawals).

Vandalism, Charles; Verizon building vandalized.

June 6:

Crime takes a day off.

June 7:

Crosswalk violation, Washington; driver cited for not stopping for a pedestrian.

Crash, Washington & Highland; two Milford residents caught being inattentive.

Animal incident, 49 Church; report of turtle in the road. GOA (fast turtle or...?)

Animal incident, 1750 Washington; report of something dead in the road. (GOA - kidding).

Animal incident, Birch; goat in the road.

Animal incident, 1929 Washington; dead deer in the road.

Trespassing, Norfolk; caller reports woman named Denise who should not be there. GOA but left signs of her presence.

June 8:

Disturbance, Wingate; caller reports two or three people running around the house. No description. GOA

Animal incident, 2115 Washington; complaint of dead deer in the road. Caller requests a sign placed in the area.

Vehicle stop with arrest,101 Summer; Vanessa Whittington of Framingham on a warrant.

Animal incident, Travis; report of an animal hit by a car.

June 9:

1:30 AM, North Mill; Repo man hooks another one.

Animal incident, Birch; report of loose pigs (is someone building an arc on Lake Winthrop?)

June 10:

Crash, Bertucci's; Framingham car abused a Holliston car.

Animal incident, Birch; loose bunny.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Locust; Michael Weir of Newton for unlicensed operation.

During the reporting period, 20 citations and 6 warnings were issued.Seven erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (3)

Someone who was behind in their payments lost their car to the Repo Man

- Paul Saulnier | 6/14/17 5:19 AM

So what exactly happened on North Mill????

- M Tate | 6/14/17 1:25 AM

Another fun week in Holliston except for all the animals DOA I have seen 2 baby deer running in town looking for mama. I hope they found their careless mama's

- jean morrissey | 6/13/17 3:01 PM

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