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Police Log for Week of October 28 - November 3, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
November 6, 2018

Trash truck driver deserves a big "THANK YOU" and look for "Holliston Springs" water for sale on store shelves soon.

October 28, 2018:

Vehicle stop with summons, 899 Washington; Julie Keyes of Framingham for lights violation and operating with a suspended license.

Smoke & Fire, Rail trail & Mayflower; caused be downed wires.

Animal incident, Stoddard; dog owner advised that dogs are not allowed at Stoddard Park.

Animal incident, Housing Authority; black lab on the loose.

ID theft, Lakeshore.

October 29:

Crash, Concord & Kuniholm; Woonsocket versus Holliston. Air bag deployed but no personal injuries reported. Hometown Automotive called.

ID theft, Morse Farm.

October 30:

Animal incident, Arch; loose dog's paw was run over by a passing truck.

Well being check, High; trash truck driver observed elderly woman fall. He helped her back into her house. Later transported to hospital.

Animal incident, 1070 Washington; two small dogs in the road (so what else is new?).

Animal; incident, 990 Washington; dog hit by a car. Dog taken to vet.

Crash, Mayflower; deer hit by a car. Deer not taken to vet.

October 31:

Selective enforcement, Locust; 29 vehicles observed. High speed of 33 mph recorded.

Traffic complaint, Union; high speed of 29 mph recorded.

Crash, 118 Norfolk; deer hit by a car. Deer not taken to vet.

Crash, Washington and School; two Holliston drivers traded paint and papers. (I hate it when that happens to Holliston drivers.)

Crash, Washington & Woodland; Medway versus Dover (much better)

Vehicle stop, Johnson; operator advised that his golf cart cannot be driven on public roads (probably a resident of The Florida Villages)

November 1:

Late night noise complaints, Highland (9:00 PM Dumpster loading) and Franklin (11:30 PM leaf blowing - must have the optional light attachment)

November 2:

Other than 2 traffic stops, it was Mayberry USA)

November 3:

02:30 AM, Property damage, Hill; two innocent mail boxes were attacked.

Multiple calls for storm drains to be cleared to reduce flooding.

Animal incident, Johnson; two Springer Spaniels sprung from their residence.

Multiple calls about tree limbs down all over town.

Road hazard, 847 Washington; caller stated that "there is water coming out of the ground" (look out Poland Springs).

Animal incident, Concord & Brooksmont; dead deer on the side of the road.

During the reporting period, 21 citations and 25 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

I love Radar. Looks like a good week for grilled venison. It is my hope that people will either leash their dogs or get rid of the dog Why would anyone want to see there dog injured.

- Jean Morrissey | 11/6/18 1:32 PM

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