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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)

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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

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