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HIB Cleanup this weekend for the Judges. Volunteers welcome.

Police Log for Week of April 15 - 21, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
April 24, 2018

Hopkinton Police make lousy cowboys and a possible 21st Century Moses reported in Hopping Brook.

April 15, 2018

Animal incident, 4 Courtney Circle, Hopkinton; Hopkinton PD informed HPD that they have coraled 3 bulls believed to be from Holliston. HPD informed them that the bulls are actually oxen and are headed back home to North Mill Street.

Suspicious activity, Ashland & Cedar; report of a male yelling and chasing a car (probably Wayne Carini; he does it for a living).

11 PM, suspicious activity, Norfolk; report of a male walking around a house. HPD discovered two broken screens. Male GOA.

April 16:

Crash, Concord and Jennings; three cars, two from Framingham and one from Hopkinton. Minor (sorry, Hometown).

April 17:

Animal incident, 137 Concord; cat used the last of its nine lives.

Disabled vehicle, Garett; pot hole attack.

Suspicious activity, Regency; report of odd noises from a residence. HPD determined them to be from video games.

Crash, Washington; Ashland versus Blackstone (nice to see a Blackstone vehicle get into the action).

Suspicious activity, Hopping Brook Park; caller reports an infant car seat floating in the swamp.

April 18:

Animal incident, 427 Prentice; Prentice Street resident slays a deer without damaging the car.

B & E, Bertucci's Plaza; report of items taken from a parked car (bet it was uinlocked).

April 19:

Wire down, Adam Wheeler; trash truck - again.

April 20:

Crash with Summons, 299 Concord; another unlicensed Framingham person takes out a licensed Holliston resident. Mateus Ribeiro Vila-Novas of Framingham for careless operation and unlicensed operation.

April 21:

Crash, 1414 Washington; Uxbridge versus Holliston (still no call to Hometown Auto).

During the reporting period 5 citations and 6 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Cutest Uniform Award goes to this snazzy Chinese People's Army unit:

 

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Comments (1)

I would not want to be the one reading that my cat used his 9th life in the police log. It leaves one to wonder what it was up to. That gets the star report for the week.

- jean morrissey | 4/24/18 10:08 AM

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