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Historical Society's 37th ANNUAL HARVEST FAIR September 24, 2017

Police Log for Week of June 24 - July 1, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
July 4, 2017

Finally no Holliston car was hit by out-of-towners and High Anxiety on Church Street.

June 25, 2017:

Crash, Concord & Colonial; three out-of-towners mess up. Hometown Auto thanks you all.

June 26:

3 AM Animal incident, Fiske; report of bat inside the residence; (looking for the belfry).

Crash, 161 Hill; tree stuck by another out-of-towner. Ambulance called as well as Hwy to move boulders back into the shoulder.

Larceny, First Congregational Church; playground equipment stolen.

June 27:

Just a few traffic stops today.

June 28:

Suspicious activity, Whitney; report of a safe found in the woods (apparently not too safe).

Crash, 140 Lowland; another out-of towner manages to avoid hitting a Holliston driver. So far so good.

Disturbance, Concord & Colonial; report of people fighting in the street.

June 29:

11:30AM, Parking complaint, Green; multiple citations issued (remember not to park on Green. The residents there have zero tolerance).

June 30:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Bullard Circle; Richard K. Brown III of Hollsiton for speeding, operating to endanger and failure to stop.

Animal incident, 46 Fisher; dead deer on the side of the road.

Animal incident, 296 Willow Gate; lost dog - small white Maltese.

July 1:

1:20AM, Crash, 368 Hanlon; still another out-of-towner hits a utility pole instead of decent Holliston driver. Hometown Auto gets the spoils.

Animal incident, Tracy Lynn; loose dog.

Suspicious activity, 29 Church; stranger walks into the house to the surprise of the wife who hits him over the head with a frying pan. Just kidding. He said he was there to paint a room. She said "not in this house" so he left. HPD found him next door painting the bedroom. Darn. We could have had the bedroom painted for free.

BWTM:

Millenials

Why do we call the last group -Generation Y ?

Y should I get a job?

Y should I leave home and find my own place?

Y should I get a car when I can borrow yours?

Y should I clean my room?

Y should I wash and iron my own clothes?

Y should I buy any food?

But perhaps a cartoonist explained it most eloquently below...

 

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