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Police Log for Week of September 9 - 15, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
September 18, 2018

How many traffic stops can two HPD officers make between 6 PM and midnight?

September 9, 2018:

02:28 AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 652 Concord; stopped for following too closely, then: Jose Simaro was arrested for reckless driving, OUI liquor, unlicensed operation and marked lanes violation.

Check prisoner.

Suspicious activity, Norfolk; sounds of gun shots. Unfounded (replaces old term "GOA").

11:18 PM, Animal incident, 1292 Washington; golden husky in the roadway. HPD located the dog and the owner (no report of fine levied for unleashed dog and wasting HPD's time catching dogs).

September 10:

Vandalism, Whispering Lane; on-going problem with soccer teams.

Crash, Concord & Ashland; two Holliston cars collide (probably avoiding a Framingham car). Hometown Autobody called.

Smoke & fire, Appleyard; tree on fire. Eversource called.

Animal incident, Highland; owner called HPD to report that his large white dog has run away (after he removed his collar and leash perhaps?)

September 11:

11:00 AM, Animal incident, Elm; large white dog missing. Answers to "Fletcher" (apparently not)

Traffic complaint, Washington & Central; lights are on flashing (probably a good thing).

Vehicle stop with arrest, 543 Concord; Angel Palma of Framingham on an outstanding warrant.

Holliston's Finest issued a total of 22 citations and warnings in the last six hours.

September 12:

Crash with summons, Washington & Summer; two Milford residents exchange paint in Holliston.

Traffic complaint, Washington & Marked Tree; white van with "Spotless cleaning" on the side spotted throwing trash out onto street..

Animal incident, Jeffrey & Woodland; two large German shepherds in the road without collars. ACO notified (at this rate fines levied should lower the tax rate).

Crash, Washington & Concord; Milford driver takes on a town truck.

September 13:

Animal incident, 799 Washington; dog in the road towing his leash. Motorist tied the dog to a post at the Mobile Station.

Suspicious activity, 73 Charles; report of a male unconscious under the stairs.

Suspicious activity, Charles; second call on the man. Transported to the Millis line.

Selective enforcement, Union; 50 cars observed. One at 33 mph. All others at 30 mph or less.

September 14:

8:40 PM, B&E, Governor Prence; entry attempted with a crow bar and a foot. State Police K9 brought in.

September 15:

Vehicle stop with summons, 91 Kuniholm; Travis Blauth of Milford for driving an uninsured vehicle with suspended registration. Hometown Autobody drove off with Travis's ride.

Crash, 170 Norfolk; resident said that a white sedan hit the stone wall and left the scene.

4:47 PM, Traffic complaint, Washington & Central; lights in flashing mode (probably an improvement).

5:14, Hwy Dept called to "fix" the lights.

Traffic complaint, Washington & Central. caller stated that the crosswalk button not working. Hwy Dept called to "fix" the button.

Several noise complaints. Hopkinton fireworks.

During the reporting period, 25 citations and 31 warnings were issued. Five erratic drivers were reported.


Another Millenial affectation:


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Comments (2)

a very busy week with dogs and dodoes. very interesting read.

- Jean Morrissey | 9/18/18 11:36 AM

Jeffrey and Woodland don't cross. Just so you know

- Pete | 9/18/18 11:15 AM



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