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HPD/HFC Media Conference: October 16, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
October 16, 2013

·        Incident Highlights (October 2, 2013 to October 16, 2013)

10/3 Larceny Under $250, Dunkin Donuts, Washington St. Customer scammed $10 from clerk.

10/5 K-9 Assist – Wellesley PD, article search for larceny case near commuter rail

10/7 Missing Juvenile, Francine Dr. located near house after several hours

10/9 Stolen M/V, recovered in Walpole by K-9 Officer Stone with use of Lojack system, Walpole PD advised.

10/9 Warrant Arrest (2), Gretchen Lane, from motor vehicle stop

        Possession of Class A - Heroin, Gretchen Lane, from motor vehicle stop

10/10 K-9 Assist - Framingham PD, 3 story building search to clear for police

10/11 Attempted Breaking and Entering, Pond View Rd. door knob broken off

 

26 Incident Reports, 3 Arrest Reports, 7 Crash Reports, from 691 log entries

 

·        PD Highlights (October 2, 2013 to October 13, 2013)

10/6 American Legion Awards (Sgt. Gatchell, Officer Belson, Dispatcher Hickey)

10/7&8 Range Qualification

 

·        Future Dates, Events and Projects

10/26 DEA Prescription Drug Take Back

10/28 Special Town Meeting

11/19 Coffee with a Cop, PD Training Room

11/30 Holiday Stroll, Downtown Holliston

 

Incident Highlights (October 2, 2013 to October 15, 2013)
13 Fire Incidents (2 still alarms)
31 EMS Incidents (16 BLS transports, 13 ALS transports, 2 no transports)
10/3 – Mutual aid to Medway (Summer Street)
10/9 – Smoke in the building (Windsor Drive)
FD Highlights (October 2, 2013 to October 15, 2013)
10/6 – American Legion Medal of Merit award ceremony
10/6 – 10/12 – Fire Prevention Week – “Prevent Kitchen Fires”
10/7 – School Safety Summit (Westford)
10/8 – Firefighter Rehab training (Stow)
10/10 – Fire Station tour (HCCC)
10/15 – Sports Injury Prevention class (HHS)
Future Dates, Events and Projects
10/28 – Special Town Meeting
11/30 – HBA Holiday Stroll
12/2-5 – Nova Scotia Business Inc. New England Trade Mission


 

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