Police Log for Week of December 24, 2017 - December 30, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
January 2, 2018

NOW YOU KNOW WHY NO TRASH IS TO BE PUT AT THE ROADSIDE BEFORE 7AM ON YOUR COLLECTION DAY.

 

December 24, 2017:

00:51AM, Vehicle stop with summons, 634 Washington; Antonio Fauero Decarvalho of Framingham for speeding and reckless operation.

Christmas:

03:00 AM, 157 Concord; Maria from Ashland not impressing Santa with the first citation given out on Christmas in Holliston.

Erratic driver with arrest, 512 Norfolk; Paul Daigneault of Barre, Maine for operating to endanger and OUI liquor.

December 26:

Check prisoner.

Crash, 1250 Washington; trash truck trashes a utility pole.

Crash, 589 Concord; a  PT Cruiser from Framingham cruised into a Framingham Silverado.

Crash, Washington & Highland; Medway car taps a Holliston car on the bumper.

Crash, 4 Great Meadow; NH car slid off the road. Hometown Auto put it back on the road.

Crash, 479 Washington; two Holliston cars defend themselves from a Franklin car, Hometown back to help.

Crash, Norfolk & Central; Holliston & Hopkinton cars hit hard. Hometown Auto and an ambulance called.

December 27:

Animal incident, 1661 Washington; car versus deer. car damaged. Deer decided not to be examined.

Suspicious activity, Johnson; concerned resident reports a man walking around neighbor's house and nobody is home. HPD found no footprints other than his and wildlife.

Complaint, 44 Central; trash barrels tipped over and contents all over the road. Happened during the night. NOW YOU KNOW WHY NO TRASH IS TO BE PUT AT THE ROADSIDE BEFORE 7AM ON YOUR COLLECTION DAY.

Crash, Pleasant; Bellingham car uses tree to check bumper integrity.

Erratic driver with arrest, 629 Washington; Jason Phaneuf of Hopedale for negligent operation and OUI liquor.

Check prisoner.

December 28:

Animal incident, car versus deer and a mailbox; 129 Adams; deer left the scene before dispatcher arrived.

December 29:

Crash, 28 Curve; car versus hydrant. No details (probably just as well).

Erratic driver with summons, Washington & Locust; Eric Souza Costa of Ashland for marked lanes violation and unsafe operation.

December 30:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Hopping Brook'; Joseph Chesmore of California for speeding, reckless operation, failure to stop for police and OUI liquor.

During the reporting period,12 citations and 4 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Advice from the  Gainesville Police Department .

PRO TIP:

1. Don't steal stuff. It's just not nice.

2. Certainly don't steal a $250,000 2017 Ferrari California.
2a. Especially when the window sticker is still on it.

3. If you ARE going to steal a $250,000 Ferrari...with the window sticker still on it...DON'T drive next to a Gainesville/Alachua County Drug Task Force vehicle with a License Plate Reader.

4. The "18MPG" is incorrect. We were only able to get 10mpg out of it when we drove it to the station.

5. #4 is a joke. We had it safely towed for the rightful owner.

 

 

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