** Holliston 34 --- Westwood 6 **
8th Annual Tim's Trot Sunday, September 23 Holliston High School.
Get Your gutters leaf proofed by John Gagnon. Call 508 429 4884
Celebrate Holliston Saturday Sept. 22nd
Historical Society Harvest Fair Sept. 23rd

Police Log for Week of June 17 - 23, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
June 26, 2018

BOLO for a patched up dog and citations are up big time so be extra careful out there.

June 17, 2018:

10:30PM, Animal incident, Lakeshore; report of loud noises coming from animals at listed address (Beach Boys "Pet Sounds"  turned way up?)

June 18:

Crash, Washington & High; Millis versus Framingham (both insured!). Minor but one person taken to hospital. Traffic light reportedly not working.

Suspicious vehicle, Cutler Heights; report of possible drug activity on the previous night.

Road hazard, Central & Franklin; report of asphalt spilled on the road (too bad it wasn't spilled into a pot hole).

Animal incident, 44 Exchange; lost gold and white border collie. Answers to "Lucy".

June 19:

Crash, 293 South; two Holliston residents. One taken to the hospital.

Crash, 501 Gorwin; Holliston driver taken out by a Norfolk driver.

Road hazard, Francine; cable wire down. Comcast notified (will arrive sometime between 9 and 5).

Animal incident, Partridge; two small dogs in the area.

Animal incident, 1158 Washington; black snake reported. Unit C10 took the snake away (the caller's hero).

June 20:

02:00 AM, Vehicle stop with summons; 585 Norfolk; Thomas Kendall of Medway for number plate violation and operating with a suspended license.

Traffic control, Union; high speed 24 mph.

June 21:

Follow up investigation with arrest; Patricia Desena of Milford for armed and masked robbery and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony.

June 22:

Animal incident, Prentice; report of lost dog, beige with patches. Answers to "Baby Girl" (so does my wife!).

Animal incident, 1989 Washington; deceased coyote causing traffic hazard.

June 23:

Other than one erratic driver reported and two warnings issued, not too bad for a Saturday in Holliston.

During the reporting period, 35 citations and 19 warnings were issued. Five erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

 

 

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Comments (1)

another fun week OR I LEAD A VERY DULL LIFE. Next week the fire post will be a good post again SOMETIMES I CAN PREDICT THE REPORT.

- Jean Morrissey | 6/27/18 1:16 PM

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