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Police Log for Week of March 24 - 30, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
April 2, 2019

Underwood Street resident told HPD that her dogs broke out and are headed for Pinecrest Golf Course, and officers compete for a new toaster.

March 24, 2019:

K 9 training in Hopkinton.

Fraud, Temi; illegal charges appeared on bank statement (Honey. I've never been to the Golden Banana).

March 25:

1:40 AM, Noise complaint, Highland & Partidge; dogs barking for over 45 minutes. HPD asked owners to bring in the dogs (why is it that dog owners can never hear their dogs barking at night?)

Crash, 38 Taylor; walk-in to HPD reports that his vehicle is with someone, somewhere in the last six weeks.

  • (Photo courtesy of Janine Gerard)

Wire down, Winter; Republic trash truck tangled with the overhead power lines and lost. Most of Monday's collection delayed to Tuesday.

K 9 training at 79 Lowland.

ID theft, Piedmont.

Animal incident, 235 Underwood; two dogs broke loose and are reportedly headed for Pinecrest Golf Course.

K 9 assist to Medway police for suspect on the run. One suspect apprehended.

March 26:

Animal incident, 101 Summer; Injured Fisher cat dispatched.

K 9 training, 79 Lowland (burglars take note: 79 Lowland should be low on your list of places to rob in Holliston).

Repo man on Curve Street.

K 9 training on Boynton.

Animal incident, Washington & Church; dead raccoon (too late for last rites).

March 27:

K 9 traing at HPD.

25 traffic stops today.

March 28:

Crash, Washington & Prospect; Framingham versus Holliston. No details (but we know that the Holliston driver was not at fault).

Suspicious activity, Charles; report of possible intoxicated male behind the building. Checked OK by HPD.

Animal incident, Pond View; report of White Boxer that possibly bit another dog. Situation mediated by HPD dog whisperer.

Crash, Green; Verizon truck  versus hydrant.

Crash, 323 Woodland; two Holliston drivers meet in the school parking lot.

Assist citizen, Mill; report of eldely woman walking around in red pajamas. GOA (elderly women too fast for HPD?).

March 30:

00:19, 00:23 and 00:31 AM traffic stops, Waashington; Officer Charette going for that toaster.

Vehicle stop with summons, Mobil station; William Baxter of Holliston for operating with a suspended license.

Property damage, Quincy; Framingham car stuck in the yard.

21 trafficstops today (toaster locked in).

During the reporting period, 55 citations and 41 warnings were issued. Possibly a new record. Five erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

This is what happens when a Millenial becomes a Gentleman Farmer:

 

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Comments (1)

another good week at comedy central.

- Jean Morrissey | 4/2/19 11:47 AM

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