** 29% of Town Still Without Power at 7 AM on Saturday **
Troop 14 pancake breakfast Saint Mary's Hall, Sunday, 8 - 11:30, $5/person
Holliston Pantry's Souper Bowl, Saturday, February 6, 5:00-7:30pm
Masons' Hoagie Sale, Sunday 11 to 3, 647 Washington

HPD/ HFD Media Conference: April 8, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
April 9, 2013

 

Sergeant Craig Denman presented the following information at the start of the briefing:


 Incident Highlights (March 25, 2013 to April 8,, 2013)

3/28 Shoplifting (2 counts) CVS Pharmacy, Approximately $200 in merchandise stolen (mostly cosmetics)

3/29 Breaking and Entering, Brothers Automotive, Washington St. auto parts stolen (under investigation)

3/29 Larceny from a Building, Holliston Antiques, Washington St. assorted jewelry stolen (under investigation)

4/2 Breaking and Entering, Larceny under $250, Holliston-Villari Self Defense School, Washington St. (under investigation)

4/2 Breaking and Entering, Larceny under $250, Chinese Medicine for Health, Washington St. (under investigation)

4/4 Larceny, 310 Woodland St. 5 flags stolen (no suspects)
 
26 Incident Reports, 6 Arrest Reports, 5 Crash Reports, from 646 log entries

 

 PD Highlights (March 25,2013 to April 8, 2013)

4/6 Coffee with Cops HPD

4/8 Media Conference, introducing K-9 (2:00pm)
 
·        
Future Dates, Events and Projects

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)HFD sometime between 11am – 2pm

4/27 Spring Stroll – Downtown- K-9 unable to be there, HPD personnel will be present 

Meghan Driscoll, above, is completing her internship with HPD. A senior at Holliston high, Meghan plans on a career in criminal justice. The program involves observing officers on duty, watching training videos, and tagging along in the patrol car over the course of about 60 hours.

 

Incident Highlights (March 25, 2013 to April 7, 2013)

 

   18 Fire Incidents (1 mutual aid)
   19 EMS Incidents (9 BLS transports, 10 ALS transports)

                                   

            4/4 – permit fire out of control (South Street)

            4/4 – mutual aid to Medway (station coverage) (brush fire)

 

FD Highlights (March 25, 2013 to April 7, 2013)

 

3/28 – Emergency Response Taskforce training (Holliston Public Schools)

4/1 – Winter Storm Nemo After Action Report conference (MEMA)

4/3 – Be Safe, Feel Safe School Safety Conference (Westford)

4/4 – MetroWest Regioal Emergency Planning Commission meeting (Sherborn PD)

4/5 – Special Olympics Basketball medal ceremony (Medfield)

           

Future Dates, Events and Projects

 

4/15 – BAA Boston Marathon (Ashland and Hopkinton)

4/17 – Rate Hearing (Town Hall). Increases in the ambulance fee and the false alarm fee.          Current rates do not cover the cost of service. It has been two years since the last rate increase.

4/18 – Week of the Young Child (Open House: 10 am – 12pm)

4/25 – New England StatNet meeting (Charlton)

4/27 – HBA Spring Stroll (Public Safety Display: 11am – 2pm)

5/6 – Annual Town Meeting

5/10 – HFMRA Scholarship Deadline

 

           

 

 

Posted in Police/Fire.

E-mail This Article

Comments (0)

Advertisement

Advertisement

Recent Articles by Paul Saulnier:

Police Log for Week of January 24, 2016

This week we feature more dogs on their own and an above average number of traffic stops.

Continue ...

Work Begins on Habitat for Humanity Homes on Chamberlain Street

The land abutting Chamberlain Pines Swim & Tennis Club on Chamberlain Street will soon be the site of two new modest homes.

[Comments:1]

Continue ...

The High School Intern Program

Holliston businesses could learn a lot by associating with Holliston High seniors through the school's intern program.

[Comments:5]

Continue ...

The PJ Kilkelly Plan for the Serocki Farm

Former AGCom member PJ Kilkelley attended the January 27, 2016 meeting of the Board of Selectmen to review his plan fo the future of the Serocki Farm on Rogers Road, purchased by the town for the residents of Holliston. Establishing a Farm Board, improving soils and raising funds are key elements of the plan.

[Comments:5]

Continue ...

Selectmen Agree on Strategy for Serocki Farm

AgCom said that they can't manage a project of this magnitude

Continue ...

Advertisement

Recent Articles in Police/Fire:

29% Of Town Still Without Power

by Bobby Blair

[Comments:2]

Continue ...

Wires, Tree's and Limbs Down all Over Town

by Bobby Blair

[Comments:3]

Continue ...

Police Log for Week of January 24, 2016

by Paul Saulnier

This week we feature more dogs on their own and an above average number of traffic stops.

Continue ...

Fire & EMS Log: January 23 - 28, 2016

by Chief Michael Cassidy

Continue ...

Early Morning Car vs Pole

by Bobby Blair

[Comments:2]

Continue ...

Advertisement