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Police Log for Week of November 25 - December 1, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
December 4, 2018

Holliston's own "Nessie" spotted in Factory Pond?

November 25, 2018:

Four traffic stops - all Holliston drivers.

November 26:

00:29 AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 684 Washington; Philip D. Hull of Sherborn for OUI liquor - 5th violation and miscellaneous equipment violations.

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Ridge; caller found a dog on her property and requested HPD assistance. HPD took dog to station. Owner notified (bail amount not disclosed).

Four more traffic stops - all Holliston drivers again.

November 27:

Road hazard, Washington; at least 12 places where dirt and gravel dumped on south bound road. Cars swerving to avoid stones creating hazards.

Complaint, Oak; owner reports trees were cut down about 10 days ago. Neighbor reports seeing detail crew cutting trees (good to know they didn't cut themselves down).

Suspicious activity, Mayflower; caller reports seeing his stolen log splitter for sale on craigslist (Look on ther bright side: chance to replace it cheap).

Crash, High and Concord; Framingham versus Hudson, Minor rear ender.

Finally a traffic stop of a driver not from Holliston.

November 28:

Animal incident, 1540 Washington; dead deer in the road. MassDOT called, not Hwy (state road).

Noise complaint, Adams; gunshots reported. Advised that hunting season is open.

Complaint, Jeffrey; employee reports person putting items in dumpster. Person located and advised to call company.

Animal incident, Kingsbury; report of missing long-haired Chihuahua.

Animal incident, 122 Hollis; car versus deer. Driver claimed the deer (Hwy looses another roadkill feast).

Animal incident, Central; small black lab on the loose.

Today closes out with 10 warrant services attempted.

November 29:

Crash, Charles; Middlebury VT versus Mendon. Minor.

Animal incident, Woodland; report of an "animal" in the road. HPD reports that the animal made its way back into Factory Pond.

Animal incident with arrest, Washington & Cranberry; witness reports car versus deer. The driver ran into the woods after the deer. When he returned, Cory Fisher of Framingham was arrested on an outstanding warrant (but Officer, it was the deer's fault).

Animal incident, Norfolk & Goulding; report of deer in the road but then ran off.

November 30:

Crash with summons, Concord & Ashland; Framingham versus Holliston. Fence and hydrant destroyed. Hometown Automotive called. Marvin Barrios of Framingham for unlicensed operation (3rd offense).

Crash, Washington & Linden; Milford versus Holliston. Minor.

Crash, 703 Washington; Connecticut versus Bellingham. No details.

December 1:

Animal incident, 122 Hollis; car versus deer. No injuries reported but the deer is definitely dead (good news for Hwy barbeque).

Fourteen traffic stops today (probably thought today was November 31st).

During the reporting period, 23 citations and 19 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

 

 

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Comments (1)

People are going to be eating well this week. It is hard to believe all the Holliston crashes I thought we know better.

- Jean E. Morrissey | 12/6/18 10:08 PM

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