John Johnson Remembered

Police Log for Week of June 3 - 9, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
June 12, 2018

Jessica McGowan, Holliston Police dispatcher

June 3, 2108:

Road hazard, Highland; caller reportrs traffic barrel in roadway. Unit C11 reports barrel readjusted.

10:30PM, Suspicious activity,Marilyn; caller reports car went by several times, tossing glass bottles out the window onto the driveway.

June 4:

Crash, Concord & Taylor; Hopedale meets Pawtucket. Minor but Hometown Auto showed up anyway.

June 5:

Crash, 849 Washington; impromptu meeting with drivers from Framingham, Medway and Ashland. No personal injuries.

June 6:

Prpoertry damage, Winter; watermelons damaged a mailbox overnight (watermelons probably damaged as well).

Property damage, Winter; another mailbox damaged.

Traffic complaint, Church; crossing guard reports "blue van with windows" didn't stop at the stop sign (understandable if the blue van didn't have any windows)

June 7:

Vehicle stop with summons, 266 Washington; Suiany Derocha Lima-Castello of Holliston. No details but waited for a licensed operator to arrive.

Vehicle stop with summons, Woodland & Lowland; Tissan R. Ximines of Waltham for operating with a revoked registration. Hometown Auto scooped up the offending vehicle.

Vehicle stop with summons, 40 High; Matthew DaRosa of Woonsocket for unlicensed operation - expired on June 3.

June 8:

01:45 AM, Suspicious activity, Central; report of male in the back yard "pretending to be on his cell phone and unaware of the flashlight shining on him".

Suspicious activity, Old Cart Path; report of male & female exiting red SUV and knocking on the front door. the male entered the garage and then both left the scene. GOA.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Marked Tree; Dionatas Soares Rodrigues Ferreir of Framingham for uninsured vehicle.

Vehicle stop with summons, 531 Concord; Patrick Santana of Bellingham for undisclosed reasons.

June 9:

Animal incident, 478 Prentice; deceased racoon.

Animal incident, Fiske; orange cat missing.

Crash, 1595 Washington; rollover. Hometown auto called.

Crash with summons; 1850 Washington; motorcycle down. Mark Williams of Framingham for operating after revocation.

During the reporting period, 12 citations and 3 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

BEING SLOW OF MIND I FINELY REALIZED WHY SO MANY OUT OF TOWNER COME HERE TO MEET. THE TRUTH IS THEY WANT TO MEET HOMETOWN AUTO. Oh! yah why mess up a watermelon poor thing so sad.

- Jean Morrissey | 6/18/18 6:44 AM

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