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Police Log for Week of January 6 - 12, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
January 15, 2019

Noisy sewage on Colonial, wet spot on Underwood and a Drugs on Wheels van stops for coffee at Dunks.

Holliston's first auto and buggy repair shop

January 6, 2019:

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Prentice; Narcieo Loja-Guama (say that 10 times fast) of Brocton for failure to stop/yield and unlicensed operation.

2 AM Noise complaint, Colonial; report of loud alarm in the area. HPD determined it was a septic tank alarm. 

K 9 training, Placentino School (being trained to sniff out Reese's Pieces).

January 7:

00:27 AM, Animal incident, 179 Highland; dead deer in the road. Hwy called.

00:52 AM, Assist citizen, HPD; Hampshire resident in to report hitting a deer.

K 9 training (bering trained to sniff out Game Boys).

I D theft; Mission Springs.

January 8:

Vehicle stop with summons, 479 Washington; Thomas Cusini of Bellingham for operating with a suspended license.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 792 Washington; Derek Dellamano of Franklin for texting while driving, operating with a suspended license, and a warrant.
 

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Christopher; lost dog found. Owner advised (lot a good that'll do).

Fraud, Middlesex Savings Bank; bank received several fraudulent checks.

Complaint, Central; caller stated that her husband, who has no license to drive, took her car to RI. While HPD was on scene, the husband returned (O boy).

January 9:

Crash, 129 Hollis; HFD reported witnessing  car strike a deer which smashed the car window.

Walk-in, Assist citizen, HPD; Holliston resident asking for directions to Natick (yes, Natick Massachusets).

Suspicious activity, Underwood & Howard; report of a male urinating on the side of the road. Transported to HPD for evaluation by the Fire Department.

Animal incident, 89 Brook; injured deer in the roadway. Dispatched (now a dead deer on the side of the road).

K 9 training, Hopping Brook Road (sniffing out burglars).

B & E, Carlton; report of earlier B & E.

Smoke & Fire, Courtland; electrical fire in basement of residence.

Smoke & Fire, Dean; electrical fire.

January 10:

7:30 AM, traffic complaint; Pleasant & Union; report of heavy traffic.

January 11:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 441 Washington; Soutfraseuth Pathammavong (say that once fast) of Boston for possession and distribution of class B and E drugs and a warrant.

Check prisoner.

Crash, 492 Washington; Medway and Bellingham residents trade paint and paper.

Crash, Washnigton & Summer; All the way from Cincinnati to tango with Hopedale.

Animal 682 Concord; snow plow versus deer. No contest. Hwy called.

Animal incident, Concord & Old Cart Path; car versus deer. Dispatcher dispatched the Dispatcher....

January 12:

6:13 PM, Crash, car versus pedestrian. report of male wearing all blck sitting in the middle of the road, causing trafic backup. Transported to Framingham Union Hospital.

Community interaction, HPD; new owner of Corner Market into HPD to introduce themselves (first day open was yesterday, January 14, 2019).

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 16 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

 

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Comments (2)

Since I left town four years ago, has the town added an intersection between Washington St., and Prentice St.? Thanks,

Ken

- Ken Bamberry | 1/17/19 1:57 AM

a very interesting week. more venison this week someone is lucking out. Glad I am vegan. Reading police log makes coffee better for some reason. Glad the dog found all the Reese's pieces. Good job well done.

- Jean Morrissey | 1/15/19 10:40 AM

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