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Police Log for Week of October 22 - 28, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
October 31, 2017

Yes, we would like to make a withdrawal. No time for paperwork as we are late for a Halloween party.

October 22, 2017:

Animal incident, Maple: report of a beagle in distress and barking at a herd of deer (and the herd heard the beagle)

October 23:

Crash, 23 Water; van damaged overnight in parking lot.

Suspicious activity, Water; report of possible homeless person living under a porch and taking items from Dumpster (furnishing the apartment)

Crash, 42 Westfield; car versus mailbox (mailbox stripped the car of several pieces left on the scene.)

Animal incident, Central; Water Department holding a dog for ACO (charges include peeing on a hydrant)

October 24:

1:34 PM, TD Bank; panic alarm for bank robbery. Two armed robbers dressed in twinsy outfits (grey sweat pants and matching sweatshirts) and "cartoon masks".

Crash, Central and Franklin; minor attachment between a Framingham car and one from Medway.

Complaint, Rail trail; report of vehicle on the trail near Arch Street.

October 25:

Animal incident, Hopping Brook Park; car versus deer. No details (neither participant talking).

Disabled vehicle with Summons, Washington & Summer; Harrison J. Demarco of Bellingham for uninsured vehicle and operating with a suspended registration. Hometown Auto called.

Crash, Washington; debris from car carrier struck caller's car.

Crash, N.E.. Industrial Park; Hudson versus Douglas. No details.

Crash with Summons, 33 Brook; pickup truck stuck on front lawn. Anderson DaSilva of Hartford for operating with a suspended license.

October 26:

Animal incident, Summer; black & white dog walking down the road (owner missing)

October 27:

Road hazard, 157 Lowland; report of female with a fire hose (dangerous combination) spraying the road, causing a hazard to drivers.

Crash, 370 Hollis; Hopedale meets Milford. One person taken to hospital.

Animal incident, 567 Concord; large bear crossing road (owner missing).

October 28:

Crash, Brook & Mayflower; Hollistonian travels interrupted by Franklin driver. Hometown Auto called.

Smoke & fire, Brook; chimney fire.

During the reporting period, only 12 citations and 7 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (3)

Yuck! I missed that.

- jean morrissey | 11/2/17 6:50 AM

Well Jean it wasn't smart enough to lock out the driver.

- Paul Saulnier | 11/1/17 7:19 AM

Are you certain the car was smart?

- jean morrissey | 10/31/17 4:29 PM

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