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Police Log for Week of February 25 - March 3, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
March 6, 2018

Many Holliston residents will see lower electric bills this month along with lower wires and utility poles.

February 25, 2018:

Six traffic stops.

February 26:

Suspicious activity, Cedar; someone throwing rocks at and shining lights in home windows (is that you Romeo?)

9:30AM, motor check, Central; two people sleeping in car in parking lot.

Larceny, Adams Middle School; money stolen from office.

Crash with arrest, 1750 Washington; Caitland King of Medway for OUI liquor, marked lanes violation,

February 27:

Check prisoner.

Crash, Ashland & Concord; Franklin driver impedes Ashland driver. Minor but still not nice.

February 28:

Vehicle stop with summons, 657 Highland; David Q. Dos Santos of Holliston for speeding and unlicensed operation.

Wire down, 44 High Rock; Republic trash truck snagged a wire again this week (wrong way to become electric powered).

Larceny, 106 Lowland; one employee reportedly stole from another employee.

Suspicious activity, Pleasure Point; report of 3 unattended back packs. HPD found owners out on the lake.

March 1:

Suspicious activity, Hill & Highland; report of male in a red Toyota truck opening mail boxes. GOA. Medway PD notified.

Larceny, Regal; lawn mower stolen (snow blower broken?)

March 2:

9:01AM, first call for downed tree limbs and wires. Many more to come.

Crash, Washington & Hollis; Franklin & Holliston collide. One taken to hospital. Hometown Auto called.

Trees and wires down all over town. One person trapped in car on Pleasant Street between two downed poles.

Crash, 1038 Washington; one car off the road stuck in the mud. Hometown Auto to the rescue.

10:35 PM, last call of the day for downed trees and wires.

March 3:

10:47 AM, first call for a wire down.

Crash, Pinecrest & Prentice; Framingham driver takes out a Holliston driver. Homeetown Auto back to work.

11:00PM, Erratic driver, Washington, caller following white Toyota Venza with the number 3 on the license plate.

During the reporting periood, 15 citations and 12 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

I so enjoy Mr. Saulnier's reports. Makes me laugh. Thank you and keep it coming.

- Irene Campbell | 3/6/18 11:35 AM

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