Mary Poppins dress rehearsal - today at 10:30 am at Adams Middle School
HOLLISTON HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY July 21, 9 - 12. Adams Middle School

Police Log for Week of September 17 - 23, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
September 26, 2017

Erratic driver stopped on Washington Street confessed to "checking" his phone.

September 17, 2017:

1:30 AM, Erratic driver, Washington & Courland; driver admitted to "checking his phone". Advised.

05:00 AM, Animal incident, Concord & Baker; deer struck and dispatched by the Dispather sent by the Dispatcher to dispatch the deer..

Crash, 1402 Washington; Salem driver deposited his paint on Holliston driver's car.

September 18:

Animal incident, Bonney; mangy coyote spotted (who or what put those spots on the mangy coyote?).

September 19;

Crash, 432 Norfolk; Holliston car hit sometime in the night. Neighbor reported hearing a crash around 6:00 AM.

Animl incident, 370 Hollis; deceased deer on the sidewalk (dispatcher not dispatched by the Dispatcher.)

Animal incident, 45 School: owner of Buster called. Would like to be notified if spotted on the loose (even if he has no spots).

Crash, Norfolk & Central; Framingham and Millis involved. One person taken to hospital and one car taken to Hometown Auto.

Crash, 110 Church; two Holliston residents meet at Depot Liquor.

Vehicle stop with summons; Carol A. Herbert of Bellingham for lights violation, no inspection sticker and no insurance.

Animal incident, Timber Ridge; missing black and white boxer mix. Found (no mention of spots).

September 20:

A few traffic stops and lots of coffee.

September 21:

Animal incident, 137 Concord; two dogs playing traffic (my older brother used to tell me to do that).

September 22:

Warrant service, Christopher Pope on a warrant.

Check prisioner.

Crash, 763 Washington; Ashland versus Holliston.

Crash with summons, Washington & Woodland; two Holliston cars. Joe R. Barrera of Holliston for operating with a suspended registration.

September 23:

Animal incident, Vine; black cat with pink and blue collar missing.

B & E, 520 Concord; leaf blower stolen (check neighbors' yards for leaf-free conditions)

BWTM:

 

 

 

E-mail This Article

Comments (1)

How many dispatchers does the dispatcher dispatch when the dispatcher needs to dispatch a deer?... Say that 10 times fast

- Erin Palmatier | 9/26/17 11:55 AM

Advertisement

Advertisement

Recent Articles by Paul Saulnier:

Police Log for Week of July 8 - 14, 2018

Sarak Malek has been a part-time dispatcher since she moved to Holliston two years ago. When not sending out Holliston's Finest to answer calls around town, Sarah works in health research in Boston.

4

Continue ...

Bocce Ball is Alive and Well in Holliston

The sport of Bocce Ball is alive and well in Holliston.

2

Continue ...

Police Log for Week of July 1 - 7, 2018

Welcome Dispatcher Renee Masiello. Although new to Holliston PD, Renee, the mother of four, has been a dispatcher for 17 years. Renee is currently full time in Milford and previously in Hubbardston, Barre and Spencer.

1

Continue ...

July Fourth 8 Arch Bridge Light Show

The Friends of Holliston Trails with support from Celebrate Holliston, the VFW and the American Legion, completed the grand opening of the rail trail on July 4, 2017 with a spectacular light show.

2

Continue ...

Melissa Ford Steps Up to Save the Day

When the DJ could not find the National Anthem in his library, Melissa Ford stepped up to save the day.

2

Continue ...

Advertisement

Recent Articles in Police/Fire:

Car Fire Totals Vehicle

by Bobby Blair

1

Continue ...

Police Log for Week of July 8 - 14, 2018

by Paul Saulnier

Sarak Malek has been a part-time dispatcher since she moved to Holliston two years ago. When not sending out Holliston's Finest to answer calls around town, Sarah works in health research in Boston.

4

Continue ...

Fire & EMS Log: July 6 - 12, 2018

by Chief Michael Cassidy

Continue ...

Mid Morning Crash

by Bobby Blair

3

Continue ...

Police Log for Week of July 1 - 7, 2018

by Paul Saulnier

Welcome Dispatcher Renee Masiello. Although new to Holliston PD, Renee, the mother of four, has been a dispatcher for 17 years. Renee is currently full time in Milford and previously in Hubbardston, Barre and Spencer.

1

Continue ...

Advertisement