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HPD/ HFD Media Conference: March 12, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
March 12, 2013

Police Notes:

•    Incident Highlights (February 25, 2013 to March 12, 2013)
2/25 Indecent Assault & Battery on Person over 14 (WEB Industries)
2/28 Assault & Battery, Assault & Battery on Police Officer, Resisting
Arrest; resulting from road rage incident
3/4 Items recovered from Antique Show stolen van incident (Hopping Brook Rd.)
3/4 K-9 assist to Sherborn PD, tracking suspect.
3/10 Assault & Battery on Person 60+, Assault & Battery, Malicious Destruction of
Property over $250 and Attempted Murder.

29 Incident Reports, 12 Arrest Reports, 9 Crash Reports, from 689 log entries

•    Future Dates, Events and Projects
3/21 FY14 Budget Review with Finance Committee
3/21 “A Community Forum Lets Talk Guns, A Discussion” Chief Moore will
participate along with other panelists. For more information on this very important discussion, go to: http://www.hollistonreporter.com/article/7921/Guns-and-Violence-Rights-and-Responsibilities.html
4/15 HPD Assistance to Hopkinton PD for Marathon (2 bikes and K-9)
4/27 National Drug Take Back Day (DEA) (Det. Todd) (Board of Health)
4/27 Spring Stroll- Downtown- 11am -2 pm HFD K-9 Demonstration(s)
 

Fire Notes:

Incident Highlights (February 25, 2013 to March 11, 2013)

   21 Fire Incidents (1 full department response)
   36 EMS Incidents (13 BLS transports, 16 ALS transports, 9 no transports)
            
    2/26 – Structure Fire (Norfolk Street)
    3/1 – MedFlight (Brigham & Women’s Hospital)
    3/10 –Suspicious Fire (Linden Street)

FD Highlights (February 25, 2013 to March 11, 2013)

2/28 – Budget Hearing (Finance Committee)
    
Future Dates, Events and Projects

4/5 – Special Olympics Basketball (Medfield)
4/27 – HBA Spring Stroll
5/6 – Annual Town Meeting

Chief Cassidy reported that the last three structure fires have been caused by electrical problems and offers the following information on preventing electrical fires:

 

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