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Police Log for Week of June 23 - 29, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
July 2, 2019

Wouldn't it be great if the uninsured, unlicensed drivers just crashed into each other and left the rest of us alone?

June 23, 2019:

Crash, 74 Summer; Franklin versus Woonsocket. Minor

K 9 training, 201 Summer and 79 Lowland.

Suspicious activity, Marshall; report of a man yelling. YOA (yelling stopped on arrival).

June 24:

K 9 training, 201 Summer.

Crash, 662 Washington; Roxbury versus Medway.

Crash, Washington & Rockland; Medway versus Holliston.

June 25:

Crash, Washington & Woodland; Hudson versus Holliston.

Vehicle stop with summons, 237 Washington; Michael Young of Acton for 90/23D and 90/23H (could have thrown in an E, F and G for good measure).

Crash, 703 Washington; Framingham versus Milford (excellent choice).

Suspicious activity, Marshall & Gorwin; man wearing a construction vest "and pants" went into the woods with two large white bags (what can you do when you have 70 cubic feet of trash and only one 35 cubic foot container?).

Fraud, Peter; credit card fraud.

June 27:

Crash, Concord & Colonial; two from Holliston (insured and licensed). Hometown hooked one.

K 9 training, 201 Summer.

Trespassing with arrest, Dean; Neythen Ross Yovicsin of Holliston on a warrant.

Check prisoner.

June 28:

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Washington & Highland; car versus raccoon. Both survived.

Crash, 777 Washington; Milford versus Holliston. Minor.

Crash, Exchange; Truck versus rail trail bridge. Only the bridge survived.

Crash, 370 Hollis; ambulance requested. No other details.

June 29:

K 9 training, Summer.

Vehicle stop with arrest,815 Washington; Kaique Dos Santos Moura of Framingham for unlicensed operation and failure to wear a seat belt.

Check prisoner.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 48 Concord; Estuardo Herrera of Framingham for operating with a revoked license and failure to wear a seat belt.

During the reporting period, 15 citations and 9 warnings were issued. No erratic drivers were reported. Dispatchers logged 377 calls.

BWTM:

Ah, the good ol' days:

October 29, 1889 – Officer John Curran has made his annual return of arrests to the Prison Commissioners:
        For drunkenness:                 8
        Common drunkard               1
        Larceny:                               4
        Lewdness:                            2
        Disorderly house:                 1
        Disturbing the Peace:           3
        Assault:                                 2
        All others:                             4

 

 

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