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*Curbside Leaf Pickup Week of November 26th*

Police Log for Week of July 1 - 7, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
July 10, 2018

Welcome Dispatcher Renee Masiello. Although new to Holliston PD, Renee, the mother of four, has been a dispatcher for 17 years. Renee is currently full time in Milford and previously in Hubbardston, Barre and Spencer.

July 1, 2018:

Animal incident, Stoddard Park; report of a dog in a parked car (OK unless it drives off).

Complaint, Turner; caller believes that man is using the facilities to do his laundry and does not live there.

Vehicle stop with summons (a two-for), Washington & Cross; Danilo Esteves-Rocha of Pittsfield for unlicensed operation. Also Bruno Fontes China of Pittsfield for allowing an unlicensed driver to drive his unregistered vehicle (with a friend like him...)

July 2:

Wires down, Appleyard; another trash truck takes down phone wires so nobody can call to complain that their trash has not been picked up.

Animal incident, Marilyn; two dogs, both King Charles Cavaliers, missing.

Complaint, Wilkins; report of large truck that caught overhead wires. HPD found the truck on Pearl where it hit a utility pole (monkey see, monkey do).

July 3:

Crash, Washington & Highland; Dartmouth versus Milford. No details.

Several parking complaints issues to vehicles on School and Pleasant Streets. No details.

Selective enforcement, Lowland; of 33 vehicles observed the high speed was 33 mph.

July 4:

00:04 AM, Visitor from Amronk, NY earned todays' first traffic warning.

00:50 AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 1245 Highland; Fabricia Manoel Defreitas, also of NY, was stopped for speeding, unlicensed operation and a warrant.

Check prisoner.

July 5:

Check prisoner.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Church; Andreia Silva of Framingham for marked lanes violation, unlicensed operation and no proof of registration.

Erratic vehicle with summons, 755 Washington; Scott Young of Pawtucket for negligent operation, possession to distribute a Class E drug.

July 6:

Road hazard, Washington & Rockland; report of truck leaking diesel fuel while driving.

Complaint, Woodland & High; tree branches obscuring the lights.

Selective enforcement, Union; 51 vehicles monitored; high speed of 31 mph and no parking violations.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 928 Washington; Nicholas Bueno of Milford for speeding, OUI liquor, negligent operation and marked lanes violation.

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Appleyard; caller stated that her dog was "mauled" by neighbor's dog (good fences...)

July 7:

Selective enforcement, Union; high speed of 33 mph.

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 23 warnings were issued. Seven erratic drivers were reported but did you notice: only one crash this week Hometown Auto should have taken the week off.

BWTM:

Our new lights downtown come with a manual on how to cross the street. Since it will take most of us some time to read it and understand it, we will have about 5 seconds to cross the street. Expect to hear some horns blaring.

If you want to go to the left, push this button to get to the button on the right that allows you to go left.

Now push this button if you still want to cross on the left. If you want to cross to the right, forget about it.

Can't figure out what to do? Push this button and then walk back to your car and drive to Framingham..

 

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Comments (1)

GEE! So happy there was only 1 fender bender this week Hope to break that record for the rest of the summer. So glad for the instructions for crossing the street. Now that I am old I hpe that is 18 minutes and not seconds.

- Jean Morrissey | 7/10/18 8:35 AM

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