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Police Log for Week of June 9 - 15, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
June 18, 2019

Last week's lowlights include a rock party on Washington, a parade of one on Gretchen and one frustrated and creative driver solves the rush hour traffic problem down town (no he didn't shoot out the lights).

Officers are taught to place a hand on the car as they approach. Why? Because if in the course of the stop the officer is murdered and the driver takes off, the officer's finger prints on the car will prove that he stopped the car.

 

June 9, 2019:

11PM, Complaint, Washington; caller reports multiple people outside throwing rocks. Additional patrols requested.

First three citations of the week issued to Holliston residents.

June 10:

Animal incident, Washington; caller complaining about a dog that is put outside every morning about 6 AM and barks continuously. ACO notified of continuing issue.

Crash, 87 Arch; caller reports small yellow school bus struck a vehicle & trailer and left the scene.

Crash. 110 Church; Woonsocket versus Holliston. Minor.

Erratic driver, Washington & Curve; report of tractor trailer losing its load. Parked awaiting a fork lift to adjust the load.

June 11:

9 AM traffic complaint, report of a Corolla driving down the Rail Trail (what else can you do when traffic is all backed up and Mudville is closed to non-residents?)

Animal incident, 365 Washington; injured turtle causing traffic delays (sometimes it's better to be the rabbit).

Fraud, Pleasant; credit card fraud.

K 9 training, 201 Summer.

June 12:

00:13 AM, noise complaint, Gretchen; report of a male "marching up and down the street yelling and cursing". Officer brought person back to his residence.

Crash, Washington & Marked Tree; Providence versus one of us. Hometown Automotive hooks one.

K 9 training, 79 Lowland and 201 Summer.

June 13:

Animal incident, 441 Highland; car versus deer.

Crash, Washington & Summer; Milford and Ashland gang up on Holliston. Someone was taken to hospital.

Crash, 550 Washington; Natick versus another one of us.

Suspicious activity, Johnson; caller reports suspicious activity at neighbor's house. HPD found men cleaning gutters (wearing masks and hoodies?).

Crash, High & Locust; Framingham versus us. No personnal injuries reported.

Erratic driver, Highland; HPD stopped the vehicle and issued a criminal complaint. Hometown Automotive took the keys and the offending vehicle.

K 9 training, 44 Boynton and 201 Summer. This K9 must have a PhD by now and could teach the course.

Complaint, Hemlock; report of a car with blue underlights racing up and down the street. Officer found the vehicle parked in a driveway with the blue underlights still on. ('nuff said).

June 14:

Animal incident, Underwood; report of black lab without and ID secured on the porch. Advised to call tha ACO (and tell her what?)

Crash, Washington & South; Medway versus Johnston, RI. Hometown takes the pair home.

Crash, Rolling Meadow; Cranston, RI versus Ashland and an argument developed.

June 15:

In preparation for Fathers Day, nothing really bad happened.

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 13 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported. Dispatchers logged 358 calls.

BWTM:

 

 

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Comments (1)

Looks like an uneventful week, except for the turtle hope it is OK. I like turtles. I like uneventful weeks for our police force.

- JEAN MORRISSEY | 6/18/19 10:41 AM

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