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Police Log for Week of March 17 - 23, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
March 26, 2019

Rockets, swans, hawks and dogs. Just another week of high anxiety in Holliston.

Cross over it and you will be electrocuted

March 17:

Suspicious activity, Stoddard Park; report of bottle rockets being set off. Parks & Rec's science teacher in charge of blast off.

Crash, Mill & North Mill; Milford car rearranged a stone wall.

March 18:

K 9 training, Hopping Brook Park.

11 traffic stops today (something to do on a slow day).

March 19;

Crash, 635 Washington; Auburn versus Providence (if it were'nt for these crashes, we would have no idea all these out-of-towners are visiting our fair town).

Animal incident, Dunks; report of injured swan. HPD assisted the swan in moving to the side of the road (to die in peace).

Animal incident, Westfield & Travis; report of small dog apparently lost in the area. Unfounded (dog insisted it was not lost)

Erratic driver issued a summons, 414 Washington; Amin Saeid of Philly for driving an unregistered & uninsured vehicle.

March 20:

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Baker; Gilberto Souza of Lowell issued a summons for violating 89-9 (traffic control signs) and 90-10 (operating without a valid license).

Animal incident, Travis; caller unable to exit vehicle due to two "pit bull-like dogs". HPD passed the call on to the ACO.

K 9 training, HPD.

Crash, 470 Concord; no details.

K 9 training, 79 Lowland.

March 21;

Animal incident, Avon; small dog on the loose. HPD responded to this call but the dog ran into the woods.

Crash, 815 Washington; Pawtucket versus Ashland. Minor.

Crash, Superette; two Holliston residents vie for limited parking.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 10 Wingate; Emilson Deoliveira of Bellingham for operating with a suspended license.

Complaint with arrest, Windsor; Cedric Simpson of Holliston for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and evading a taxi fare.

Check prisoner.

March 22:

Check prisoner.

March 23:

Road hazard, Washingon & Exchange; report of large metal object in the road. Unfounded (HPD made several passes through the square without getting a flat tire).

Animal incident, Exchange; Turkey Vulture sitting on the side of the road. HPD checked. It was OK and not hurting anyone (or any turkeys).

K 9 training, 79 Lowland.

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 20 warnings were issued. One erratic driver was reported and stopped.

BWTM

A tip for Millenials, most of whom know nothing about keeping their wheels in proper balance.

 

 

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