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Police Log for Week of August 25 - 31, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
September 3, 2019

Overzealous travel agent on Central

August 25, 2019:

03:45 AM, Central; report of male yelling "Go away". Caller unsure of location.

August 26:

Suspicious activity, Irving; report of someone taking the caller's recycing container. Found abandoned at the end of the road (one man's trash...).

Crash, 100; U-Haul truck versus utility pole.

Community interaction, resident of group home brought in home made cookies for the department.

Animal incident, Chamberlain; white horse running in the roadway. Owner contacted (horse of another color in the roadway not mentioned).

Crash, 928; Franklin versus Bellingham. No details.

August 27:

Vehicle stop with summons, 126 Woodland; Holliston resident for 90/18, 90/23 and 90/11.

Crash, 76 Central; North Attleboro driver takes on two Holliston innocents. Hometown Automotive busy with two wrecks.

Crash, 100 Kuniholm; Ashland versus fire hydrant (not hard enough for a wash). Hometown called to the rescue.

August 28:

06:20 AM, missing person, South; Female resident missing for 1 to 2 hours at the time of the call. State Police Airwing and K9 responding. Milford Police checked the Rail trail. Blackboard message & social media alerted.

11:18 AM, South; missing person returned.

Crash, High School; minor fender bender on the part of a Holliston driver.

Crash, 1250 Highland; Providence versus Medway (keep it up).

August 29:

Vehicle stop with summons, 180; Framingham resident. No details.

Crash, Bertucci's Plaza; two hungry Hollistonians meet in the parking lot (pizza got cold).

K 9 training, 79 Lowland; article/evidence training.

Suspicious activity, Willow Gate; report of kids in the area toilet papering houses. GOA (not the toilet paper).

August 30:

Suspicious activity, Bank of America ATM, 414; Male observed entering ATM several times after customers (including the caller). Claims to be having a problem remembering his PIN.

Crash, 249 Courtland; Millbury versus Holliston. Minor.

Crash, 1202; Sutton driver takes out another Holliston driver. Hometown Automotive to sweep up.

August 31:

Assist citizen, North Mill; caller believes that mail is being taken from the mailbox. Advised to follow up with the Post Office.

Erratic driver with arrest, 609; Holliston resident for OUI liquor, negligent operation, failure to wear a seat belt, passing violation, marked lanes violation and license not in possession. Hometown Automotive called.

11:24 PM, Noise complaint, Ruthellen; loud music. Told to turn it off.

During the rporting period, 35 citations and 14 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported and dipatchers logged 292 calls.

BWTM:

This is the romatic wedding Millenials plan for themselves:

 

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Good week for the department. Noticed animals were in good behavior.

- JEAN MORRISSEY | 9/3/19 9:03 AM

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