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Police Log for Week of October 29 - November 4, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
November 7, 2017

Woodland street continues to be prime hunting ground for HPD with a radar gun and a book of tickets. SLOW DOWN

October 29, 2017:

Smoke & fire, 62 School; smoke showing in the bedroom (hot stuff!)

October 30:

Lots of trees down, power outages, CO alarms going off and flooding (very few citations issued today).

Smoke & fire, Mill; generator set porch on fire.

Crash, 12 Cedar; car parked in driveway damaged overnight by another car.

Larceny, Saint Mary's; bicycle taken (guess who saw you. Better bring it back.)

October 31:

Crash, Washington; driver reports being side swiped by a passing car.

Animal incident, 153 Ashland; deceased turkey on the sidewalk.

November 1:

Crash, 39 Underwood; Holliston driver. No details other than Hometown Auto called.

Vehicle stop with arrest, Concord & Washington; Matthew David Oakland of Millis for no inspection sticker and operating with a suspended license.

Larceny, Hopping Brook; report of property stolen from job site.

Animal incident, Arch; report of injured deer. GOA (smart deer).

November 2:

Complaint, Turner; caller unable to find her car. Called back - found it in another parking lot.

Animal incident, Lowland & Fiske; car versus deer. Dispatched (dumb deer)

Animal incident, Willow Gate; missing 10 pound white Maltese.

November 3:

Animal incident, 1350 Washington; deceased deer

Complaint, Prentice; report of two girls yelling about school.

Animal incident, Fiske; deer hit side of Holliston car and ran into the woods (wonder if the car was an Impala?)

During the reporting period 23 citations and 10 warnings were issued.One erratic driver was reported.

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Comments (3)

Paul, You will never know how much this valuable gift means to me. Hey! it is the best read news in town. Beats the Globe any day.

- jean morrissey | 11/8/17 7:58 AM

Thanks Jean. I appreciate your loyal following so much that I'm giving you a free one year subcription to HR, effective November 6, 2016

- Paul Saulnier | 11/7/17 5:21 PM

Another good morning at my home Thank you, Paul

- jean morrissey | 11/7/17 7:56 AM

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