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Police Log for Week of April 7 - 13, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
April 16, 2019

Fearing her house is surrounded late one night, Marshall Street resident called HPD .

It was a slow week for HPD so we go out of town for newsworthy logs.

April 7, 2019:

05:30 AM, Crash, 1439 Washington; Framingham driver experiments with moving a stone wall with his car. Hometown Automotive called to expose the results.

Crash, Prentice & Chamberlain; Framingham versus Waltham.

Noise complaint, Balancing Rock; cars revving their engines and peeling out. HPD found Franklin and Ashland cars in Hopping Brook Park. Advised.

K 9 training, Lowland.

Animal incident, 1112 Highland; small German shepard found. Buster's owner found.

April 8:

Crash, Superette; Uxbridge versus Holliston. Paint and paper exchanged.

10 PM, Noise complaint, Burnap; neighbor sanding floors. Advised.

April 9:

Road rage, Village Plaza; Framingham and Holliston drivers offer opinions on the other's driving capabilities.

April 10:

Animal incident, Washington & Western; car versus turkey. Sherborn PD notified.

Animal incident, Adams; animal dispatched. Homeowner to take care of the animal (Sorry Hwy).

11:45 PM, Suspicious activity, Marshall; HPD asked to check aound the house after hearing noises outside. Area checked and owner reminded that there are many deer in the area.

April 11:

Three citations and one warning issued.

April 12:

Animal incident, Winter; report of dog lying in the road. Owner took possession.

Crash, 22 Pleasant; Ashland versus parked Holliston car. Holliston Automotive called.

Crash, 100 Washington; Medway versus Walpole. Possible injury but treatment refused.

K 9 training, Boynton.

9 PM, Complaint, High School; cleaners being harassed by several people in the parking lot.

April 13:

K 9 training, Lowland and Placentino School.

During the reporting period 31 citations and 17 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.  Dispatchers recorded 329 calls.

BWTM:

Typical Millenial complaints:

Hayfok:

Early Monday morning, April 6, a woman requested to talk to a deputy because her housekeeper is not putting her towels away properly.

Peabody:

A caller reported a man making a disturbance at Bill & Bob’s Roast Beef on Central Street at 9:29 p.m. Tuesday. According to police, the man was upset that he received a cold egg roll on St. Patrick’s Day.

 

 

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