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Police Log for Week of March 11 - 17, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
March 20, 2018

 

Free roaming chickens with road rash for sale at substantial discount on Woodland

March 11, 2018:

Crash, 441 Washington; two Milford drivers in need of a caffene hit.

Identity theft, Donna; (Is there a therapy group for people who no longer have their identify?)

11 PM, Repo man on Washington Street.

March 12:

Crash, 1172 Washington; Allied trash truck trashes a Kia from Medway.

Credit card fraud, Norfolk (opposite problem from ID theft - one too many people know who you are.)

March 13:

Wires and tree limbs down all over town.

Multiple citations, Morgans Way; illegal parking.

March 14:

More wires and tree branches down.

Crash, 11 Pleasant Street; neighbor backed into caller's parked car.

March 15:

2 AM, Repo Man on Concord (Honey where did you park the Corolla?)

Larceny, Old Cart; construction materials and equipment stolen (anyone in the neighborhood with a new shed?)

Still moe wires and tree limbs down.

Property damage, Prentice; resident took a picture of truck crashing into his stone wall and noted license plate number. Driver advised.by HPD.

Crash, 235 Woodland; Beverly driver took out a Holliston driver and a hydrant.

Crash, Central & Norfolk; Cranston driver impedes Holliston driver.

March 16:

A few more wires couldn't take it any more.

Animal incident, 258 Norfolk; dog walking in the road. GOA.

Crash 77 Washington; Hopkinton & Holliston natives pow wow in the Superette's parking lot.

Suspicious vehicle, 24 Water; report of car parked in the lot for over a month (that's a lot of overtime).

Animal incident, Woodland; chickens in the road.

March 17:

2 AM, Vehicvle stop with arrest, Concord; Anthiny Panaggio III of Ashland for speeding, reckless operation and OUI liquor.

During the reporting period, 9 citations and 5 warnings were issued. Five erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (2)

We used to play dodgeball now its wire, tree, and chicken.

- jean morrissey | 3/22/18 9:12 AM

Those darn ACME cars never work!!

- Ron D | 3/20/18 11:49 AM

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