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HPD/ HFD Media Conference: August 28, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
August 28, 2013

Sergeant Craig Denman opened the briefing with the folliowing summary:  

·         Incident Highlights (July 24, 2013 to August 28, 2013)

7/24 Seven Motor Vehicle Breaking and Enterings, Cole Court on the same   night.

7/26 Breaking and Entering, Wilson Street during the day (assorted jewelry taken)

7/27 Forged Registry of Motor Vehicles document, Central Street

7/30 Construction Accident, Church Street w/ Fire Department

7/31 Breaking and Entering, Highland Street during the day (nothing missing)

8/7 Assault and Battery on person 60 or older, Fruit St. (domestic dispute)

8/9 Assault w/Dangerous Weapon, Central Street (threat w/knife)

8/11 OUI/Liquor, Marked Lane Violation, Speeding, motor vehicle crash investigation, Washington Street.

8/11 Breaking and Entering, Washington Street (jewelry and other items taken)

8/16 Negligent Operation of Motor Vehicle, Fail to Stop for Police (Vehicle nearly struck detail officer)

8/20 Industrial Accident/Fire, Shaw Farm Road with Fire Department

8/27 Mutual Aid: Sherborn PD assist with arrest of two suspects who were interrupted by homeowner doing a Breaking and Entering during the day.

 

64 Incident Reports, 23 Arrest Reports, 21 Crash Reports, from 1849 log entries

 

·         PD Highlights (July 24, 2013 to August 28, 2013)

8/6 National Night Out, Goodwill Park, (Officers Stone & Waugh)

8/14&15 Active Shooter Training, Holliston High School, (HPD & State Police)

8/17 Public Safety Day, Cutler Heights, (Sgt. Denman & Officer Stone)

 

·         Future Dates, Events and Projects

9/21 Celebrate Holliston (Officers Stone & Waugh)

 

Chief Michael Cassidy presented the Fire Department summary:

7/30 – Industrial Accident (Church Street) – ground transport to UMass
8/11 – Motorcycle Crash (Washington Street) – ground transport to UMass
8/17 – Structure Fire (Hopping Brook Road) – sprinkler activation
8/20 – Industrial Accident (Shaw Farm Road) – Boston MedFlight transport to MGH
FD Highlights (July 24, 2012 to August 27, 2012)


8/7 – National Night Out (Green Street)
8/17 – Voluntary Toll Road for MDA (Rossini Corner)
8/17 – Public Safety Day (Cutler Heights)
8/20 – StatNet Meeting (UMass Boston)
8/20 – ConCom hearing. Request approved to add pavement behing the fire station to operate vehicles.
8/21 – Critical Incident Stress Debriefing attended by 18 police and fire personnel involved in the incident on Shaw Farm Road.


Future Dates, Events and Projects


9/22 – Celebrate Holliston
10/6 – American Legion Medal of Merit awards ceremony

As we head into hurricane season (remember Irene two years ago), the following tips are offerred:

 

 

 

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