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Police Log for Week of October 15 - 21, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
October 24, 2017

Young Picasso on Jar Brook and what do the colors black, white, tan and yellow have in common?

Why does one person's pain make so many others happy?

October 15, 2017

Animal incident, 2 Skyview; black lab in the road.

Animal incident, Washington & Western; white terrier in the road;

October 16:

Crash, 84 Prentice; Hopkinton versus Holliston. Draw.

Crash, 22 Winston; dump truck picks on parked car.

Crash, 122 Holliston; three Holliston drivers regrettably meet.

Vehicle stop with arrest, Fairview & Prentice; James Ronan of Hopkinton for reckless operation, marked lanes and OUI. liquor.

October 17:

Smoke and fire, 59 Turner; house fire reported by a neighbor.

October 18:

Animal incident, Concord; tan dog in the road.

Suspicious vehicle with arrest, 439 Washington; gold colored van with 3 occupants, one sick. Jonathan Arizandieta of Sudbury for possession of Class 1 drugs. For details see (http://hollistonreporter.com/article/13487/narcotics-investigation-arrest-and-seizure.html)

Animal incident, 109 Adams; dead coyote in the road (what color?)

Crash, Washington & Charles; two more Holliston drivers regret their close encounter of the third kind.

Crash, Washington & Central; one Holliston driver took on one of those useless poles we all hate.

Animal incident, Washington & School; deer struck and dispatched....etc.

Soliciting, Jar Brook; 10 year old boy selling hand drawn pictures.

October 20:

Vehicle stop with summons; Washington & Church; Marcella Freire of Marlboro for operating with a suspended license.

October 21:

Animal incident, Balancing Rock; yellow Lab in the road.

Animal incident, 212 Prentice; dog locked in white Lexus for 45 minutes. ACO notified.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 332 Concord; Mark Hernandez of Natick for speeding, marked lanes and OUI liquor.

During the reporting period, 32 citations and 13 warnings were issued. Just one erratic driver was reported.

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Comments (2)

BOY! I used to give a hard time to a guy who had show chickens and tell him he was taking them to cockfights and not chicken shows. I wish I could tell him that was his cage. OH WELL Jean M.

- jean morrissey | 10/24/17 3:47 PM

Wait... Huh? Holliston Police responded to a scene where a 10-year-old was selling hand drawn pictures..?!

- Ron Dowding | 10/24/17 2:19 PM

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