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Police Log for Week of June 18 - 24, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
June 27, 2017

June 18, 2017:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Spring; Janio Gomes of Milford for lights violation, unlicensed operation and unregistered vehicle.

Noise complaint, 100 Jeffrey; Art K Hydrovac advised.

Crash, School & Mechanic; (two Hollistonians bump into each. Nobody's fault. Stuff happens).

Animal incident, Westfield; resident concerned about snapping turtle in the backyard.

June 19:

Crash, Mill; car versus rock. Two flats (and one dropped I phone).

June 20:

Erratic vehicle, Prentice; box truck "all over the road". Stopped and issued a verbal warning.

Animal incident, Central & Mitchell; call regarding a turtle on the side of the road. Advised to leave it alone (might be the dangerous snapper from Westfield). GOA.

Vehicle stop with summons, 123 Washington; Kristen Cina of Milford for marked lanes violation and operating with suspended license.

Animal incident, Bertucci's; Dog in the road.

June 21:

Disturbance, Windsor; caller reports being attacted by listed suspect who fled on foot. BOLO issued for David Hunt of Holliston for A/B with a dangerous weapon and property damage.

Warrant service, Pearl; David Hunt on an arrest warrant.

Crash, 154 Norfolk; car versus bike. No details.

Disturbance, Lowland & Woodland; caller said that he was robbed.

June 22:

Crash, 846 Washington; Holliston car hit by a Wilmington car. Minor (but still not very nice).

Suspicious activity, Gorwin; caller reports suspicious male in the yard. Said he was looking for his cell phone. After he left, caller noticed packages in unusual area and suspects person was stealing them. Described as high school age with a red skateboard and strawberry blond hair.

June 23:

Crash, 2162 Washington; Texas car hit something. No details.

Animal incident, Lakeshore; called concerned about farm animals kept inside residence.

Crash, South & Fisher; Holliston driver hit by a Franklin driver.

June 24:

Crash, 944 Washington; one Holliston driver. No details.

Larceny, Central Cafe; report of three juveniles who stole from the owner.

During the reporting period, 19 citations and 8 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

Not surprised about the crash at Fisher and South. Ever since the stop signs went up it has become more dangerous. Only half the people stop or even slow down. Before the signs went in you knew who was going to do what, now it's a game of chance; you may have the right of way but it no longer means much.

- LJW | 6/27/17 1:45 PM

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