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Police Log for Week of September 3 - 9, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
September 12, 2017

Its turtles all the way down

Last week turtles and donkeys provided the distractions for HPD.

September 3, 2017:

Warrant arrest, Washington; Joseph R. Murphy, Holliston.

Check prisoner.

Crash, 510 Washington; Natick and Millis cars compare crash worthiness.

September 4:

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Union; walker reports black Lab attacked his dog and bit him. ACO notified.

Crash, 74 Summer; Franklin & Bellingham drivers compare insurance companies.

Animal incident, Johnson; deer caught in netting of backyard batting cage (not normally found in woods). Released.

September 5:

Check prisoner.

Road rage with summons, Norfolk & Hill; bus and truck involved, including tailgating, repeated bumping into the rear of the bus and pounding on the windows. Truck stopped by Medway PD.

Animal incident, Central & Maple Dell; black Lab in traffic.

Animal incident, 576 Highland; deer knocked over a bird feeder (easier than knocking over a batting cage).

September 6:

Crash, Railroad & Central; Franklin & Bellingham compete for the same space at the same time. Hometown Auto wins.

September 7:

Theft, Washington; report of packages removed from front porch by 3 to 4 teenage males.

Animal incident, Fiske; snapping turtle in the road causing hazard (especially if picked up).

10:45 PM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 1506 Washington; Pablo A. Munoz of Framingham for marked lanes violation, OUI liquor, negligent operation, speeding and open containers of alcohol and Marijuana. Hometown Auto called (for the car, not the contents)

September 8:

Traffic complaint, Concord; porta-potty on sidewalk obstructing traffic (contractor just providing a public service and gets s#*t on).

Crash, Norfolk & Central; Medway and Milford commuters late for work. Hometown Auto called again. (Residents of this area are massing for change).

Crash, 414 Washington; Smithfield diner ruins Holliston diner's dinner.

September 9:

Animal incident, 1083 Washington; HPD called to check welfare of donkeys. Officer determined that the donkeys are fine (what a relief).

Crash, Washington & Locust; Another Franklin driver crashes, this time with an Ashland driver. Hometown Auto's lot filling up quickly.

Erratic driver, Norfolk; reportedly honking aggressively (might just be from Mumbai)

Animal incident, Rail trail; loose dog found. ACO notified.

Vehicle stop with summons, 777 Washington; Julio C. Gomes of Ashland for crosswalk violation and unlicensed operation (might just be unfamiliar with the crosswalk rule).

11:30 PM, Animal incident, Irving; black & white cat seemed hungry. Caller has been feeding it (what a surprise).

During the reporting period,  15 citations and 18 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

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