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Police Log for Week of July 7 - 13, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
July 16, 2019

Look on the bright side: some days loose dogs are a bigger problem in Holliston than drugs.

July 7, 2019:

Animal incident, 225 Underwood; "Matty" the dog is missing. Located later by the owners (cancel the BOLO, recall the SP helicopters).

The five citations issued today pale in comparison.

July 8:

Animal incident, Gregory; another dog missing. ACO notified.

Animal incident, Marked Tree and Webster; small dog running around loose in the neighborhood ("women and children to get from street").

Repo Man after a GMC Acadia on Shaw Farm.

Animal incident, 1135 Washington; this loose dog is running in traffic causing hazardous conditions.

Crash, Norfolk & Central; Hopkinton versus N. Attleboro and a stop sign. Hometown Auto called.

K 9 training, 201 Summer; evidence and article search training.

July 9:

Community interaction, High School; Junior Police Academy underway..

July 10:

Animal incident, Washington & Concord; report of a sick raccoon. GOA (dogs take note).

Crash, Highland & Connolly; Franklin versus Holliston.

July 11:

Vehicle stop with summons, Hollis; James Sampson of Holliston, No details.

K 9 training, 201 Summer; evidence and article search training.

July 12:

Crash, Washington & Central; two Holliston drivers. One taken to hospital. Hometown Auto took one vehicle.

B & E, Lowland; entry attempted to a business using a drill on the front door.

Crash, Concord & Brooksmont; Milford versus Holliston. One taken to hospital.

Crash, Bertuccis; Natick car versus Nashua motorcycle.

K 9 training, 79 Lowland; evidence and article search training.

July 13:

Crash, 802 Washington; three cars involved. One taken to hospital. Hometown Auto brought three hooks.

Crash, 1011 Washington; Framingham versus Framingham 

Crash, Winthrop & Vine; overnight hit & run. Outside mirror damaged.

Smoke & fire, 20 Raleigh; car in the garage showing smoke, then fire. Fire Deprtment responded (advice: keep a fire extinguisher in the garage by the door and one in the car).

K 9 training, Middle School; point to point exercise.

During the reporting period, 29 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Only two erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

 

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Comments (1)

This must be dog field days they were very active this week. I believe dogs need there own police department

- JEAN MORRISSEY | 7/16/19 8:47 AM

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