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Police Log for Week of June 30 - July 6, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
July 9, 2019

Nine crashes last week, including two unusual hit & runs (or hits and run).

June 30, 2019:

Crash, 654 Central; one Holliston car hit something. No details.

Crash, 543 Concord; Framingham versus Holliston. Smoke showing (coming from the ears of a driver?).

K 9 training, 375 Hopping Brook Road; article/evidence search.
                   79 Lowland; obedience training.

July 1:

Crash, Washington & Highland; Milford versus Las Vegas versus Woonsocket.

Crash, Washington & Central; no details other than minor.

Crash, 567 Central; Framingham versus Worcester. Minor.

K 9 training; 201 Summer; article/evidence training.

July 2:

Repo Man on Kathryn Lane.

Crash, Washington & Washington Path; Framingham and Bellingham versus Holliston. Minor.

Crash, 127 Union; Bondville, VT versus Union Streeet resident (statistcally, most crashes happen within a mile or two from home - if that helps this Union Street resident).

Crash, 81 Wingate; car versus mailbox. Driver taken to hospital (get well soon)

July 3:

Suspicious activity, walk-in; report of what looks like a WW II bomb sitting on a table in the backyard on North Mill. Confirmed reproduction (Not to worry as it needs a B-17 to drop it).

Vehicle stop with arrest, 32 Fairlane; Luis Paucar Morocho of Framingham for unlicensed operation (is it true that you don't need a license to drive in California any more?).

Check prisoner.

Crash, Washington & Johnson; two Holliston residents exchange paint, paper and small talk.

K 9 training, 125 Hopping Brook Road; article/evidence training.

Independance Day:

05:48 AM, Noise complaint, Pinecrest Golf Course; lawn mowing way too early. Advised.

July 5:

Animal incident, Washington & Highland; car versus deer. Deer left the scene.

Animal incident, Washington & Baker car versus deer. This time the car left the scene.

July 6:

01:00 AM, Noise complaint, 870 Washington; barking puppy (a Great Dane?).

04:00 AM, Noise complaint, Gretchen; report of a man marching up and down the street, cussing and yelling.

K 9 training, 201 Summer & 79 Lowland; article/evidence training.

During the reporting period, 18 citations and 17 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported. Dispatchers logged 325 calls.

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