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Police Log for Week of October 7 - 13, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
October 16, 2018

The usual dogs and chickens in the road along with kids in the yard and nappers on the Rail Trail.

Ride sharing wasn't invented in America

October 7, 2018:

00:42AM, Noise complaint, Pleasant; caller reports  seeing people leaving the house and "stumbling towards the cars". The people told HPD that they were watching a fight on TV (OK now we understand.)

Animal incident, Country; large black Lab in the road. Brought to the station. Owner picked it up.

Animal incident, Highland; chickens in the road.

October 8:

8:10 PM, Suspicious activity, Adams & Washington; report of person possibly standing by the road in a dark area (good opening line for a murder mystery).

October 9:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 550 Washington; Joey Hancock of Framingham for larceny of a vehicle, operating with a suspended license and outstanding warrants.

Check prisoner.

October 10:

Check prisoner.

Traffic complaint, Mechanic; walk-in told HPD that a vehicle past her while driving on Mechanic Street.

Crash, Washington & Locust; minor rear ender. Rear ended car did not bother to stop (what does that tell you, Sherlock?)

Complaint, Railroad & Central; male party sitting on a bench with his head on the table. Checked out OK. Taking a nap.

Well being check, Rail trail @ Arch; multiple call regarding a male, staggering and talking to himself. HPD transported the male to his girlfriend's place of employment (explain this to the boss).

October 11:

00:16 AM, Crash, Ashland; report of a car that may have hit a tree and is now just sitting in the road. Hometown Automotive called.

Crash, 164 Norfolk; Franklin selects Holliston for close combat drill.

Animal incident, Locust; walk-in reported dog named Penny missing from the backyard. Bad Penny turned up about 30 minutes later.

Crash, 1023 Washington; Uxbridge & Milford test the Pauli Exclusion Principle.

11:30 PM, Complaint, report of teenagers partying and trying to break into caller's house (testing the ADT Exclusion Principle)

October 12:

04:45 AM, Crash, 86 Washington; Saturn versus tree. Hometown Automotive wins.

October 13:

Nothing to report today (perps are very superstitious).

BWTM

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Comments (1)

kind of a quiet week on the home front. That is good now and then. the humor was however up to par and well worth reading. I do wonder why so many people seemed drunk.

- jean morrissey | 10/16/18 8:36 AM

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