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Police Log for Week of October 8 - 14, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
October 17, 2017

Furry animals and poor driving skills dominate last week's log book.

October 8, 2017:

Officer Woods made 5 traffic stops before 8 AM.

Animal incident, Adams; short dog with black and white fur on the loose.

Crash, Highland & Hollis; one car slid off the road (to make room for other cars).

Animal incident, 612 Norfolk; sick raccoon reported (no Mass Health. Leave him there.)

Animal incident. Hollis; injured deer in the road (covered under Obama care.Take it to the vet).

October 9:

Animal incident, 1229 Highland; dog attacked a walker and her dog. ACO notified (apparenty the first dog disposed of its walker).

Crash, 634 Norfolk; Holliston car rolled over. Hometown Auto called.

October 10:

Crash, 567 Concord; Blackstone Ford truck hit a Holliston Pontiac for no apparent reason. Hometown Auto called.

Suspicious activity, Central & Willow Gate; report of 50 year old male in the road yelling profanities. Checked OK.

October 11:

Crash, Washington & Cranberry; Woonsocket versus Framingham (crashes are never good but at least Holliston was left out of this one.)

Crash, Washington & School; two Holliston residents haver a close encounter of the third kind (spoke too soon)

October 12:

Crash, Washington & Central; two Holliston residents unite.

Crash, Highland & Rolling Meadow; two Franklin drivers gang up on a innocent Holliston driver.

October 13:

Complaint, Arch; dog walker reports 2 teenage girls speeding. Advised

Fraud, Woodland; credit card fraud.

Vehicle stop with summons; 924 Washington; Luis Guaman of Milford for various vehicle indiscretions.

Officer Waugh made 5 traffic stops in 50 minutes late this night.

October 14:

Officer Woods made 4 traffic stops before 1:10 AM

Vehicle stop with summons, 1225 Washington; Isidro Castaneda-Santos of Framingham  for speeding and unlicensed operation.

Suspicious activity, Kuniholm; report of person trying to put a stove in a dumpster (dumpster diving in reverse.)

Complaint, Woodland; report of kids running in the woods with gas cans. Determined to be a child's scooter that ran out of gas. Older sibling advised.

During the reporting period, 26 citations and 17 warnings were issued. No erratic drivers were reported (doesn't mean that they weren't out there)

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Comments (1)

There was a lot of fun this week!

- jean morrissey | 10/20/17 5:57 PM

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