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Police Log for Week of November 18 - 24, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
November 27, 2018

Next year AJ should sell tickets and pop corn to his annual pre-Thanksgivng demolition derby at Outpost Farm.

HPD is a collection point for toys again this year.

November 18:

1 AM, Vehicle stop with summons, 985 Washington; Rogiero Luiz-Gallio-Tenorio of Bellingham for speeding and unlicensed operation (if Rogiero's daughter marries someone with two hyphened last names, their kids will need a special driver's license with three lines for the name - assuming they bother to get one)

Vehicle stop with arrest, 182 Medway; Samael Notis of West Boylston for speeding, failure to stop and reckless operation.

Check prisoner (would you like to see the breakfast menu?).

Larceny, Tracy Lynn; EBay purchase never delivered.

November 19:

Animal incident, Maple Dell; report of dead squirrel in the road. Hwy notified (fire up the barbie)

Crash, Washington & Woodland; residents of Spring and Winter exchange opinions about driving in Holliston.

November 20:

Crashes, Outpost Farm; three separate reports of minor crashes, mostly involving outside mirrors.

Animal incident, 63 Prentice; car versus deer. GOA.

Animal incident, Washington & Spring; golden retriever on the loose.

Crash with summons, 805 Central; car versus pole. Riley Michael Silk of Holliston for marked lanes violation and negligent operation. One taken to hospital. Hometown Automotive took the car.

11:30 PM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 928 Washington; Antonio Marello of Bellingham for failure to stop and OUI liquor.

November 21:

Animal incident, 182 Highland; car versus deer. No deer-tails.

Crashes, Outpost Farm; the cost of the turkey dinner much higher this year for four more customers.

Animal incident, South; car versus deer. Again no deer-tails.

November 22:

1 AM, Vehicle stop with Summons, 79 Hollis; Darryl Bettis of Holliston for failure to stop/yield, operating with a revoked license and failure to stop for police.

Animal incident, Highland; dead deer on the side of the road. Hwy called (fire up the barbie - assuming they are still hungry after roasting the squirrel).

Vehicle stop with summons, 365 Highland; Graiele Nunes Deoliveira of Framingham for marked lanes violation, unlicensed operation and uninsured vehicle.

November 23:

5:30 AM, Breaking & Entering, Andrew; caller reports seeing someone enter his car.

Animal incident, Norfolk & Hill; car versus deer. Driver took the deer with him (no need to call Hwy).

Animal incident, 54 Meadowbrook; dead deer in the roadway (OK to call Hwy this time).

ID theft, Kim. No details.

Crash with arrest, 623 Prentice; Gary E. MacAlpine Jr. of Milford for negligent operation, OUI liquor (2nd offense) and possession of a firearm while intoxicated.

Check prisoner (comfy?)

November 24:

Crash, 55 Garett; report of damage to driver's side door and mirror. Apparent hit and run.

6:50 PM, Noise complaint, Cranberry; Medway fireworks display.

During the reporting period, 19 citations and 16 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported.


Date night when Daddy's a cop:







Have her home by 11



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BOY, Paul Your sarcasm is up and running today. Coffee was better for it.

- Jean Morrissey | 11/27/18 10:23 AM



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