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Police Log for Week of December 10 - 16, 2017

by Paul Saulnier
December 19, 2017

December 10, 2017:

02:30 AM, erratic driver, Washington; Hwy reported vehicle "all over the road". HPD followed car to town line .No violations (rear view mirrors not just for checking for food between your teeth).

Erratic driver with arrest, Washington & Concord; Adalso Gomes DeSilva of Milford for reckless operation, possession of an open conttainer of alcohol and operating with a suspended license (who thinks this was a first for Adalso?).

Check prisoner.

December 11:

Parking complaint, Kathryn; Hwy reported several vehicles and a Bob Cat parked in the center of the road. Owners advised.

December 12:

Crash, Washington & Summer; cars from Mapleville, RI, Lakeville and Stoughton interact. One person taken to hospital. Hometown Auto called.

Scam, Gorwin; phone survey scam reported. Caller started the survey but did not complete it. Now all 1-800 numbers dialed go back to the scam call.

Crash, Caseys; report of past hit & run involving two Holliston drivers (mistaken identity - twice).

December 13:

Suspicious vehicle, Stonybrook; Rick reports slow moving white vehicle in the neighborhood. Determined to be a representative of Comcast soliciting.

December 14:

Vehicle stop, Washington & Church; driving on a flat tire. Driver taken to hospital for observation. Hometown Auto called.

Crash, Underwood and Peter; Worcester car crashed into Underwood car.

Crash, Bertucci's; Uxbridge car bumped into Holliston car (no dinner rolls were damaged in this incident).

December 15:

Crash, 84 Marshall; utility pole killed after jumping in front of Holliston driver.

December 16:

Crash, Washington & Central; Milford car inflicted minor damage on Holliston vehicle.

During the reporting period, 12 citations and 5 warnings were issued. Five erratic drivers were reported.

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