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Police Log for Week of August 20 - 26, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
August 29, 2017

Cats and dogs and even a horse. And when you gotta go, you gotta go!

August 20, 2017:

01:15AM, Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Highland; Francis X. Sarmiento of Milford for unregistered vehicle and unlicensed operation.

Crash, Washington & Summer; Providence car came all the way to Holliston to interact with a Framingham car in a minor way.

Animal incident, Fiske & Bullard; report of a horse found. Owner also found.

Assist citizen, South; male on the side of the road looked lost and confused (how most wives describe their husbands).

August 21:

Animal incident, Washington and Curve; dead cat in the road. Hwy called but does not pick up dead domestic animals. ACO notified but could not find the cat. (not all that dead apparently)

Erratic driver, 1058 Washington; cited for tailgating.

Animal incident, South; missing short haired cat.

Suspicious activity, Washington & Curve; report of man in boxer shorts and t-shirt holding a roll of toilet paper and rubbing his eye. Went into the bushes (at least he "went" in the bushes).

Animal incident, Governor Prence; short haired cat found (happy ending for this cat).

Sgt Waugh & Officer Hickey initiated 13 traffic stops in 3 hours. That's one every 14 minutes. No time for coffee or a donut.

August 22:

ID theft, Chamberlain;

ID theft, High;

August 23:

Animal incident, Washington & School; small dog in the road. Delivered to #29 School.

Animal incident, Christopher; two large dogs approaching caller's car, trapping caller in the car. GOA.

Vehicle stop with summons, 59 Hollis; Alessandra Reis of Ashland for failure to obey signs, markings, etc. - and unlicensed operation.

Animal incident, 1025 Highland, deer on the side of the road. Dispatched and Hwy called.

August 24:

Short haired cat remained indoors today.

August 25:

Erratic vehicle,

Hollis; caller reports vehicle "slowing down and speeding up" (with all those facts, driver will be stopped very soon).

11:30 PM crash, 220 Locust; car versus pole. Pole OK but Hometown Auto called for the car.

August 26:

Vandalism, Garrett; back window of car smashed by a bottle.

Crash, Washington & Brook; car versus motorcycle.

Crash, Washington & South; Bellingham car injured Holliston car. Drivers not injured.

Crash, Washington  & Concord; cars from Brockton and Franklin mark the spot where they first met.

During the reporting period, 34 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Seven erratic drivers were reported.

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another good morning coffee with The Holliston Reporter. OH! Yes! the coffee of the day is Back to School Blend. I am so lucky my class starts the end of September. all that time to enjoy this coffee. Jean Morrissey

- jean morrissey | 8/29/17 9:30 AM

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