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Police Log for Week of February 3 - 9, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
February 12, 2019


February 3, 2019:

K 9 training, Boynton.

Animal incident, Fairview; report of fox acting strange. ACO notified (maybe the ACO should be notified when the Selectmen act strange).



Animal incident, Woodland; report of an animal stuck in Mill Pond and in need of assistence. Its a beaver and its not in need of assistance (city folk).

Animal incident, 1137 Highland; car versus deer (no word on whether the deer needs assistance).

Animal incident, Cedar; dogs locked in running car. Owner located.

February 4:

Animal incident, Gorwin; loose German Shepard. ACO notified.



Smoke & Fire, 960 Washington; barn fire.

Crash, Pleasant; Stratford CT versus Holliston.

Complaint, Green; report of unknown popping sound from the woods (making illicit popcorn without a license).

9:30 PM, traffic complaint, Union; concern for excess traffic in Mudville due to street closure from the barn fire.

February 5:

Well being check, Highland; report of elderly woman with a coat walking and looking lost.

February 6:

K 9 administration, HPD; training reports (even the dog has to fill out reports).

February 7:

One erratic driver reported.

February 8:

Complaint. Lowland; equipment in the area being hit by pellets.

Fraud, Turner; caller provided personal information to scam caller.

Crash, 674 Washington; Revere versus Holliston. Rear-ender (can you write that in a police log?).

February 9:

Animal incident, Washington & Winter; person brought a loose dog to HPD. Owner located (fines levied?).

Check prisoner. No details.

During the reporting period 18 citations and 12 warnings were issued. One erratic driver reported and again no unlicensed, uninsured drivers stopped.

BWTM

Today it costs $200 every six months until the kid is 8.  Ah, the 'good old days.'

 

 

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To my eyes, it was rather an uninteresting week. We need a quiet week now and then.

- Jean Morrissey | 2/12/19 8:19 PM

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