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Police Log for Week of December 17 - 23, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
December 26, 2017

Mother Nature trims the trees all over town making driving even worse (thought impossible).

December 17, 2017:

Vehicle stop with summons, 560 Washington; Juerell T. Eddy of Framingham for operating with a suspended license and speeding.

Seven traffic stops today

December 18:

Erratic driver, Washington; reported by Milford PD. Stopped by HPD. Driver issued a warning for speeding and tailgating (seems like the car being tailgated should also get a ticket).

Larceny, Cheryl; USPS package stolen.

Vehicle stop with summons, 289 Washington; James W. Blackall of Milford for failure to stop/yield and operating with a suspended license.

Fraud, Middlesex Savings Bank; fraudulent checks cashed.

Smoke & Fire, 21 Pearl; house fire.

December 19:

Crash, 2:37AM, 180 Mellen; VW Jetta versus utility pole (Bottom of pole now VW blue).

Crash, 1750 Washington; Lakeville car bumps into Holliston car. Minor.

Crash, Exchange and Union; Bellingham shortcutter intersects with Holliston car in a minor way.

Crash, 100 Summer; Milford and Bellingham drivers leave Holliston with less than fond memories.

December 20:

Suspicious vehicle; Fiske Pond Road; caller concerned about a gray Hyundai parked for extended period. Taking pictures of wildlife.

Animal incident, Arch; loose dogs. Ongoing issue.

Vandalism, High School; car vandalized.

Crash, 1345 Washington; Framingham driver wanted to be where Holliston driver was.

Animal incident, 520 Norfolk ; car versus Blitzen. Santa considering pressing charges.

December 21:

Crash, Washington and Highland; car versus traffic light pole (wait until next summer when there will be many more light poles to hit).

Crash, Washington & Prospect; Framingham and Hopkinton drivers interact enough to call Hometown Auto for help.

Erratic driver with citation, Washington & Concord; Framingham driver cited for littering.

December 22:

3AM, Animal incident, Central & Dalton; car versus Donner (another driver off Santa's list).

Crash, 368 Hanlon; car off the road. Ambulance and Hometown Auto called.

Animal incident, Pinecrest; black lab with a collar and no tags picked up. Caller stated that dog will be kept if owner not located.

Vehicle stop with summons, 702 Washington; Luz M. Loja of Framingham. No details (use your imagination).

Crash, 414 Washington; Milford and Medway drivers share the blame. Minor

December 23:

Crash; 122 Norfolk; slippery roads make this stone wall a familiar target. Hometown auto called.

Eleven calls for wires and tree limbs down.

During the reporting period, 31 citations and 4 warnings were issued. Two of three reported erratic drivers were stopped and treated appropriately.


The Generation Gap widens:


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