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Police Log for Week of December 23 - 29, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
January 1, 2019

December 28th is designated CRASH DAY in Holliston

 

December 23, 2018:

K9 training at Hopping Brook Park and Lowland Street.

December 24:

00:51, Vape city, Washington; left a candle burning in the window.

Animal incident, Marilyn, dead deer in the road.

Crash, 73 Brooksmont; car hit a garage door and damaged the car inside the garage.

Animal incident, 288 Winter; car versus deer. Deer R-A-N-N   O-F-T.

CHRISTMAS

00:35, Animal incident, 199 concord; car killed a deer (not one of Santa's).

Crash with summons, 1098 Highland; hit & run . Two mailboxes taken out. Damaged car located in area. Shawn A. Mulvaney of Holliston issued a summons for marked lanes violations and negligent operation.

Crash, 40 Union; Milford versus a parked Holliston car.

December 26:

Animal incident, Robin Hill; report of a deceased domestic animal in the road (bring a shovel or sling?)

Animal incident, Lone Oak; lost gray Himilayan kitty with a blue collar (the one with the red collar is not lost).

Vehicle stop with arrest, 1245 Highland; Derek Duffy of Milford for OUI liquor and assault.

December 27:

Check prisoner.

Crash, 585 Norfolk; Warren MA versus Holliston. Hometown Automotive called.

Crash, Washington & Underwood; Bellingham versus Holliston. 

December 28:

Crash, 193 Woodland; Miford car hit a hydrant. Hometown Automotive called and was hit by another car.

Crash, 135 Fiske; Taunton Corolla hit a hydrant.

Crash, Elm; Whitinsville car hit the guardrail.

Crash, Washinton & Marked Tree; two RI cars collide.

Crash, Washington & Woodland; Medway versus Holliston.

K9 training on Lowland and Boynton.

December 29:

Animal incident, 105 Morgan's Way; caller reports being bitten by a dog (apparently not a domesticated animal).

Animal incident, Norfolk & Hill; dog with a cone running in the road (conehead dog?)

Animal incident, Goulding; black/white/brown dog in the road (I'm no fashion expert, but those colors don't go together).

During the reporting period, 20 citations and 7 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported (none were of a sleigh pulled by four reindeer).

BWTM:

HPD announces economic move to will replace hugh SUVs with Minis. Arrestees will have to walk back to the station.

 

 

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Comments (1)

It was definitely a busy week, The deer had better move to another town and take out of town cars with them.

it looks like people from out of town don't like us, they could stay home. we are just a nice quiet town until they show up.

- Jean Morrissey | 1/3/19 2:37 AM

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