Oktoberfest this Friday. Tickets at http://www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org/
Haunted Hayride - Saturday, October 21st
Celebrating The First Annual Walk of Hope - Sunday, October 22nd
Kamala classes in ZentangleĀ® and Art Journaling and SoulCollageĀ®
Placentino Book Fair October 17th & 18th. See Below
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Police Log for Week of July 16 - 22, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
July 25, 2017

Wake up little Suzy, wake up, and we'll have fun, fun, fun until Daddy takes the T-bird away.

July 16, 2017:

Animal incident, Woodland; two white dogs in custody. ACO notified (read them their rights?).

Smoke & Fire, North Mill; lawn mower fire.

Crash, Dunks; Holliston resident's car was victim of hit & run.

Well being check, Adams; report of couple asleep in vehicle for two hours. GOA

July 17:

Crash, Water & Exchange; Sherborn driver gets tangled up with two Holliston drivers.

Soliciting, Silver; licensed by the state but not Holliston. Advised.

Fraud, Everett; check fraud.

Crash, Hollis & Highland; two Holliston residents donate one car to Hometown Auto.

Suspicious activity, High; person suspected of trying to break into neighbor's barn.

July 18:

Crash, 313 Washington; cars from Sherborn, Framingham and Millbury join bumpers.

Erratic vehicle, Washington; traveling at high speed, ran a stop sign with kids hanging out the windows. Parents of the driver notified.

Vehicle stop with summons, 777 Washington; Lucas Hernique Viana of Milford for multiple commercial violations (those ads from Ernie Bock are commercials commercial violations).

Animal incident, Skyview Terr.; report of loose dog that looks malnourished.

July 19:

Suspicious activity, Highland & Rolling Meadow; report of suspicious cooler bag on the side of the road. HPD bomb squad confirmed it to be a bologna and mustard sandwich.

Crash, 1345 Washington; Brockton & Holyoke distracted by the beautiful roadside flowers.

Complaint, Holly; resident upset that UPS driver opened front door and put package in the foyer.

July 20:

Crash, Norfolk & Central; two Holliston residents involved; one taken to hospital.

Erratic driver with citation, Washington & Hopping Brook; dump truck all over the road. Rev Manuel Marrero of Brockton cited for 90/13 (impeded operation).

Soliciting, Highland; resident called HPD twice about solicitors with no IDs. One advised, the other not found.

July 21:

Repo Man on Dalton.

Animal incident, Stoddard; report of sickly-looking fox.

Vehicle stop with summons, 101 Summer; David Sheehan of Medway for operating with suspended license and uninsured vehicle.

July 22;

2:00 AM, suspicious activity, Washington & Summer; two men walking. Transported to Milford line (...and stay out!).

Crash with arrest, 1580 Washington; Raven Goldfarb of Framingham for reckless operation and OUI Liquor.

Check prisoner.

Soliciting, reported on Westfield and Winter.

During the reporting period, 36 citations and 25 warnings were issued. Seven erratic drivers were reported.

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