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Police Log for Week of July 2 - 8, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
July 11, 2017

Which Way to East Vassalboro? and ...

remember your mother's advice: never climb up a tree with a bear behind.

July 2, 2017:

02:35 AM, Vehicle stop, Turner; driving with a door open (no A/C?)

Noise complaints, Norfolk, Indian Ridge and Highland. Officer determined noise "not at an unreasonable level".

July 3:

Vehicle stop with a warning, 550 Washington & 39 Concord; same Holliston resident stopped by two different officers ("How was your day, Dear?")

Crash, 688 Prentice; Northboro villian bumped into Holliston resident in a minor way.

Two more noise complaints from Norfolk.

July 4 (Noise Day)

Animal incident, Lowland; loose pony near the bridge. Owner took control right away (Pony Express).

Suspicious activity, Mill; report of a boy, aged 10 or 11, asking for a ride to Holliston (answer at BWTM)

Trespassing, Hopping Brook Park; dirt bikers fled towards Milford.

Complaint, Juniper; neighbor complining that fireworks are landing in caller's yard. "Nine fingers" advised.

July 5:

Crash, Central & Railroad; Franklin driver selected a Hopkinton driver as an emergency brake.

Complaint, Central & Willowgate; male running in and out of traffic.

Vehicle stop with summons, 694 Washington; Abner Torres of Milford for a long list of infractions and irregularities.

Animal incident, 258 Hanlon; report of a bear in the front yard.

July 6:

Animal incident, Boynton; lost pit bull (I'd rather have the bear in the front yard)

Crash, 1540 Washington; Milford and Franklin drivers take out their frustrations on each other.

July 7:

Crash with summons, 1070 Washington; two Milford drivers collide. Nathaniel Davila earned a summons for reckless operation.

July 8:

Erratic driver reported driving with hazard lights on and all over the road. Delivering newspapers (HollistonReporter.com always delivers right to your computer without endangering the public).

Suspicious activity, Marshall; black van with ladder on the roof. Natick PD using Facebook to BOLO.

During the reporting period, 24 citations and 13 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Which Way to East Vassalboro?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Jn61NUd0q8

 

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