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Police Log for Week of December 9 - 15, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
December 18, 2018

Santa just read the police log and has canceled all reindeer leave effective immediately.

December 9, 2018:

Animal incident, 74 Summer; car versus deer. Driver reports that the deer my be in the area.

Animal incident, 180 Ashland; dead deer in the road way (found him).

Animal incident, 57 Summer; injured deer near the rail trail.

December 10:

Assist citizen, Adams; caller reports "someone fell down the basement stairs" (suggest a roll call to see who is missing).

Traffic control, Washington & Exchange; caller reports vehicle ran the red light. I have observed that one Mini waiting on Exchange is not enough to change the light to green. At least two cars are required.

December 11:

ID theft, Governor Prence; charges in excess of $3,000 on credit card. BTW, Prence (c. 1601 – March 29, 1673) was prominent in Plymouth colony affairs and was colony governor for about twenty years covering three terms.

December 12:

Crash, 550 Washington; Wellesley versus Holliston. Paint & paper exchanged.

Animal incident, Ashland St; car versus deer.

Disturbance, Dean; report of man yelling in the roadway, then jumping the fence into new development on Dodd. HPD took Neythen Ross Yovicsin of Holliston into protective custody.

Crash with summons, 811 Highland; caller reports hit & run with property damage. Michelle Zeytonjian of Holliston for leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.

Erratic driver with summons, Washington & Highland; Chukwuemeka Okoroji (try to say that 10 times fast) of Millis for negligent operation, following too closely and possession of an open container of alcohol.

December 13:

Vehicle stop with summons, 12 Concord; Jose Santana-Lopes of Framingham for failure to stop for a school bus and unlicensed operation (Jose, when you study to take the test for a driver's license, you will learn that you have to stop for a school bus. You will also learn other other valuable information that could reduce your fines significantly).

Animal incident, 235 Woodland; car versus deer.

December 14:


Complaint, Anne Marie; report of surveying equipment left in the area (next time, call me. I can always use back-up equipment).

Animal incident, 1855 Washington; car versus deer. Dispatcher dispatched the dispatcher to dispatch the deer. Santa's cook claimed the remains.

Animal incident, 92 Pilgrim; dog bite reported. Dog took the fifth.

December 15:

00:21 AM, vehicle check, Washington; HPD checked vehicle on the side of the road with engine running. Holliston resident pulled over to use the cell phone (another excellent Holliston driver).

K9 training, Hopping Brook Park; article and tracking exercises.

Complaint, Regency; verbal dispute between neighbors.

During the reporting period, 21 citations and 12 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM



Word to the wise. If your car collides with a deer in the roadway and you report to your insurance company that the deer ran into you, then you won't have to pay the deductible (not an issue for Framingham drivers).

 

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And venison for dinner for the town.

- Jean Morrissey | 12/18/18 3:29 PM

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