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Police Log for Week of November 19 - 25, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
November 28, 2017

Possible solution to the problem on Mohawk Path.

November 19, 2017:

Check prisoner.

Smoke and fire, High School; microwave fire. No details.

November 20:

Check prisoner.

Erratic driver, Concord; Subaru Outback from Millis reportedly all over the road. Escaped to Ashland. Ashland PD notified.

Suspicious activity, Woodland; toy gun left in book drop (clue to a murder mystery?)

Erratic driver, Prentice; black Mazda from Holliston reportedly all over the road. Driver told HPD that he was being tail gated and pulled over to let the driver go by (See? Holliston driver not at fault).

Fraud, Concord; resident told to go to CVS to wire money for "cash winnings" (yes but for whom?).

Crash, 1292 Washington; car versus pole. reportedly less than $1,000 damage to the car, even less to the pole.

November 21:

Animal incident, Anne Marie; two coyotes spotted in the back yard.

November 22:

Crash, Railroad; Holliston car backed into another Holliston car (impossible).

Complaint, Mohawk Path; several calls regarding a verbal dispute between neighbors (they're gonna need a bigger fence).

Crash, 841 Washington; Holliston versus Milford. No details (but Milford obviously at fault).

Animal incident, 180 Concord; car versus deer. Neither filed a complaint and then left the scene.

Crash, 370 Hollis; two Holliston drivers again (I'm running out of excuses).

November 23:

Animal incident, Washington & Linden; car versus deer. Both refused treatment.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Whitney; Suelen A. Tonel-Souza of Framingham for operating with suspended registration and no insurance (well why would you insure a car that's not registered?)

November 24:

Suspicious activity, Adams; runner found a small bag with a white substance in it and brought it to HPD.

Erratic driver, Highland; gray Jeep cut off caller. Headed towards Ashland. APD notified.

November 25:

Vehicle stop with summons, 752 Washington; Francis M. Gonzalez of Milford for marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation (since Francis doesn't have a license maybe he doesn't know that he has to stay between the lines and, therefore, doesn't deserve a ticket for marked lanes violation).

During the reporting period, 11 citations and 3 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (2)

Hi, Paul: I'm just catching up here. Love your sassy police report. Hope all is well. Happy holidays! Shirley Nelson

- shirley nelson | 12/6/17 11:09 AM

2 comments today! (1) fences make good neighbors so I have been told.That is quite a piece of are work BUT no peace with neighbors. (2) I really like it, that all erratic drivers head to Ashland. On second thought I just realized we lost ticket money not so nice. BOO! HOO!

- jean morrissey | 11/28/17 7:13 AM

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