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Police Log for Week of August 13 - 19, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
August 22, 2017

Would you let your teen take driving lessons from this instructor?

August 13, 2017:

02:30AM, Erratic driver, Prentice; little blue Prius, possibly intoxicated. All over the road. GOA (probably a bad charge).

Animal incident, 1294 Highland; deceased animal in the road. HPD officer removed it from the road.

Trespassing, 194 Lowland; reporting party said a man approached his juvenile daughter and tried to talk to her. Checked OK by HPD  - language barrier - man was asking for permission to fish on the property (Diverse Holliston).

Crash with arrest, Washington & Fairlane; Hopkinton versus Medway. Ryan Wasielewski of Medway on a warrant.

Animal incident, Cottage; two pigs from Lakeview running around. ACO said she could not respond due to legal reasons (apparently pigs were not aware of Farm To Table dinner planned for later in the week).

August 14:

Crash, 414 Washington; two Framingham cars. Minor.

Animal incident, 116 Locust; bear spotted in the backyard. Environmental Police declined to respond (don't call us for anything bigger than a ground hog).

August 15:

Vehicle stop with summons, 519 Washington; Talles Mourao of Framingham for crosswalk violation and unlicensed operation (probably doesn't know about the crosswalk rule).

Suspicious activity, Goodwill Park; male making religious statements to people on the basketball court (should have been talking to the tennis players - more religious).

August 16:

Repoman on Washington (Honey, where did you park the car last night?).

Animal incident, 209 Courtland; waundering black and white dog.

August 17:

Vehicle stop with summons, 414 Washington; Jose C. Tacuri of Milford for operating an unregistered, uninsured vehicle and allowing another unlicensed operator to operate the vehicle. Zoila Pomavilla of Milford for unlicensed operation (wonder if either one knows the crosswalk law).

Verbal warning, Central; issued to driving instructor and student for failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.

Crash, Highland & Prentice; one car into the woods.

8:31PM, Verbal warning, Washington; HPD asked Linda to turn on the headlights as it's after dark.

August 18:

Crash, Mohawk and Mayflower; two Mohawk ladies stop to talk - just not quite in time.

August 19:

10:45 PM, Noise complaint, Oak; multiple reports of fireworks in the area. All quiet.

11:53 PM, Noise complaint, Spruce & Hemlock; All quiet.

During the reporting period,30 citations and 11 warnings were issued. Five erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Only public restroom at the other end of the TransAlaska Highway:

 

 

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Comments (1)

Another good morning with coffee and police blotter. Thank you, Paul.

- jean morrissey | 8/22/17 8:51 AM

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