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Police Log for Week of November 26 - December 2, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
December 5, 2017

If you are the victim of identity theft and call the Police, who do you say is calling?

HPD collecting now through December 15, 2017

November 26, 2017:

Crime took the day off, at least in Holliston.

November 27:

Crash, 674 Washington; three cars involved, including one from Framingham and two from Millis. Hometown Auto called to collect the spoils.

Animal incident, Wenakeening Woods; boxer puppy following the caller (can I keep him, can I, please?)

Erratic driver, Pope; local landscaper reports driver was texting and flashed what appeared to be a gun at the window.

November 28:

Two citations and one erratic driver.

November 29:

Crash, 918 Washington; Kingston driver messed with Holliston driver. Hometown Auto called to pick up the pieces.

Identity theft, Cedar. No details

November 30:

Larceny, Underwood; computer mouse stolen from a mailbox (what kind of trap do you set to catch a computer mouse thief?)

Suspicious activity, Chamberlain; report of attempt to break into Habitat for Humanity home.

Animal incident, 311 Fiske; car versus dog. Dog taken to vet by owner.

Animal incident, 600 Highland; deceased deer (somebody notify Santa.)

December 1:

Crash, Prentice & Highland; those involved left the scene before HPD arrived.  

Animal incident, Ashland; small black & white dog walking with nobody at the other end of the leash.

Vehicle stop with summons, 1605 Washington; Ademir DeSouza of Milford for lights violation and operating without a license (I can't believe it!) 

December 2:

03:51AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 1661 Washington; Claudio Dos Passos of Framingham for marked lanes violation, OUI liquor and unlicensed operation (at least the lights were on).

During the reporting period 25 citations and 17 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

How Millenials dumpster dive.

 

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Comments (1)

Holliston is such an awesome town, out of towners come here to meet. It gives me a nice cozy feeling. We even attract dogs who want to be here without there owners. Jean M.

- jean morrissey | 12/7/17 5:59 PM

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