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Police Log for Week of July 8 - 14, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
July 17, 2018

Sarak Malek has been a part-time dispatcher since she moved to Holliston two years ago. When not sending out Holliston's Finest to answer calls around town, Sarah works in health research in Boston.

July 8

Check prisoner.

06:00 AM, Selective enforcement, Union; several parking violations issued. No speeding issues.

05:30 PM, Union; high speed of 25 mph recorded.

July 9:

Check prisoner.

July 10:

Warrant service, Nicholas Bueno of Milford.

Identity theft, Wingate; calling party advised.

Crash, 1028 Washington; Chepachet, RI versus Holliston. No details (but we know who was at fault).

Suspicious activity, Adams; caller reports a male looking in their windows.

Suspicious activity, Pond View; male of same description looking in caller's windows.

11:45 PM, Crash, 76 Regal; single car upside down. One to hospital. Hometown Auto called.

July 11:

Crash, Marshall & Hanlon; Hopkinton abused Holliston minorly.

Bike path, Lowland; Hwy barricades placed on the trail due to bikers not stopping.

July 12:

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Cross; Sergio Cungachi-Caguana of Milford for unlicensed operation, misc. equipment violations and outstanding warrant.

Check prisoner.

July 13:

Complaint, Whispering Lane; report of damaged recliner on the sidewalk. Hwy notified (does Hwy need a replacement recliner?).

Suspicious activity, Hanlon; suspicious male with the same description as the window watcher on Adams and Pond View.

Crash, 1884 Washington; Middlebury, VT versus Holliston. One person taken to hospital and one car taken by Hometown Auto.

Parking complaint, High school; vehicle with heavy front end damage leaking fluids on the parking lot. Operator stated that he "hit" something on Concord Street (I guess he did).

Complaint, High school; school zone hazard light still operating (might be due to summer classes)

Crash, 582 Gorwin; two Holliston drivers interested in meeting in a minor way.

July 14:

Suspicious activity, Oak; caller reported a man in caller's woods in the backyard was throwing rocks and wood. HPD determined man was getting firewood (now that's planning ahead).

Complaint, recurring problem with neighbor's chickens entering caller's yard. Letter of disinvitation provided (chickens can read hen scratching).

Animal incident, Gorwin; bat in the house (open the belfry)

Animal incident, Erin; distressed rabbit in the road (eventually a flat rabbit in the road)

During the reporting period, 29 citations and 11 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Tom Rush wrote a song about a man who thought he was a chicken and spent his days pecking on the ground in his yard. His wife wasn't happy about it but she said that they sure could use the eggs.

 

 

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Comments (4)

Paul my morning coffee read will make my day. Thank you

- jean morrissey | 7/18/18 8:20 AM

Now let's see if the monitoring of excessive traffic and speeding cars as a cut thru for Milford and Hopkinton as well as parents taking their children to soccer is also accomplished. When there is a police presence, unfortunately it is the wrong times of day.

- Donna MacMurray | 7/17/18 1:48 PM

Did they ever find the guy peeping in the windows?? That's a tad bit creepy.

- Liane | 7/17/18 1:30 PM

Having the police on Union has definitely helped keep speed and volume down. Thank you HPD for helping us during these changes to downtown traffic!

- Tina Hein | 7/17/18 9:24 AM

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