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Police Log for Week of September 10 - 16, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
September 19, 2017

Rear view mirrors. Not just for checking for food stuck in your teeth.

September 10, 2017:

03:30 AM, Erratic Driver; caller following car that is all over the road, crossing double line. HPD following. Appeared to be driving normally (rear view mirror not just for backing up).

Crash with arrest, 262 Highland; Michael Foody of Holliston for reckless operation and OUI, liquor (second offense).

September 11:

Crash, 414 Washington; Woonsocket & Whitinsville drivers in a rush to get home while their rolls are still warm.

Animal incident, Concord; goat in the road creating a hazard (slippery droppings?).

Fraud, Monroe; part of the Equinox breach.

September 12:

B & E of a vehicle, Mill; male observed breaking into a jeep and using the garage door opener.

Animal incident, 198 Highland; deer in the road (no report of hazard).

Crash, 776 Washington; Southbridge car wanting Holliston car's space.

September 13:

Vehicle stop with summons, 559 Concord; Austin J. Dean of Framingham for operation of an uninsured vehicle with revoked registration.

Vehicle stop with summons, 2271 Washington; Alexander Jose Souza of Milford for unlicensed operation, speeding and number plate violation.

September 14:

Crash, School & Mechanic; Franklin car avoiding downtown traffic bumps into Holliston car doing the same.

Three complaints about Trinity Solar soliciting without a permit.

September 15:

Annoying harassing phone calls, report of calls with HPD on the caller ID. Caller had a thick accent and threatened arrest.

Fraud, Temi; resident reports receiving a call from someone claiming to be from National Grid threatening to cut off the power if payment was not made. The owner then paid $800.00 to someone somewhere.

Crash, 777 Washington; caller reports car was hit in the parking lot.

Disturbance, Dodd; caller asked to have 4 people removed from the house.

Crash, 552 Norfolk; two cars involved, one hit a pole. One person taken to hospital.

Hopkinton PD incident entry:

Cedar Street, caller reporting DMV ran out of gas, now car will not start. May need a jump (good to see other Dispatchers like a little joke now and then)

September 16:

Animal incident, 265 Highland; two escaped horses - one Chestnut and one white (any other horses on the loose have not escaped).

Animal incident, 41 Silver; caller reports being bit by a dog. ACO to follow up.

During the reporting period, 17 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.



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Comments (1)

Another good day on the Holliston Reporter. The picture at the bottom of the police log. I BELIEVE THIS TO BE TRUE.

- jean morrissey | 9/19/17 12:22 PM



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