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Police Log for Week of March 18 - 24 2018

by Paul Saulnier
March 27, 2018

Who knew that Bobcats carry insurance and Bullwinkle will be so proud.

March 18,2018:

Complaint, Holliston Mobil; caller reports cashier will not pay correct amount of winning scratch ticket. HPD determined that correct amount was paid. Advised to take it up with the governor.

Motor vehicle check, Mayflower; report of blue pickup parked near Well 6. HPD spoke to owner who was sleeping in the truck. Advised to return home to Sherborn (and stay out).

March 19:

Vehicle stop with summons, 370 Hollis; Amanda Lee Elis of Holliston for failure to signal, unlicensed operation and refusal to identify self.

March 20:

Wire down, South and Fisher (late to the party).

Crash, Washington & High; Medway car gets too close to Holliston car in a minor way.

Crash, 277 Washington; Framingham versus Dartmouth (good for Holliston).

March 21:

Tree limbs down on Highland and Hollis.

Crash, 365 Washington; Hopkinton versus Worcester (good for Hometown Auto).

Crash, 1929 Washington; Laconia driver off the road. Ambulance and Hometown auto called.

March 22:

Crash, 101 Summer; Car versus Bobcat. Paperwork exchanged.

Crash, Gorwin; student driver off the road. SRO responded, spoke to the student and helped get vehicle out of the snow bank.

March 23:

Crash, Norfolk & Goulding; two Holliston cars successfully test their air bags. Hometown Auto back to work.

Community service: participate in Special Olympics in Medway.

March 24:

Animal incident, Norfolk; resident reports that a moose was born in the yard five days ago and was concerned about it's well being.

Noon, Ashland Street; Repo Man hooked a Honda CRV.

During the reporting period, 27 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Driving in The Snow

Before I complain the next time I get into that cold car I'll try to remember what it was like for my  grandparents  

 

 

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Comments (1)

Looking at that picture makes me cold in my nice warm home.

- Jean Morrissey | 3/27/18 7:15 AM

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