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Police Log for Week of January 7 - 13, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
January 16, 2018

A week full of strange calls to HPD and A Crash a Day Keeps the Good Driver Discounts Away

January 7, 2018:

Crash, 492 Washington; two lost souls from Medway find each other.

Erratic driver, 59 Central; report of plow driver operating recklessly. "Checked. No unusual operation" (says a lot about plow operators)

Complaint, Hopping Brook Road; snowmobiles on the rail trail. Advised. Promised not to return on snowmobiles.

Crash. 32 Highland; Millis driver tries to climb utility pole with minimal success.

Animal incident, Washington; complaint of dog barking incessantly from an uncertain location. Barking stopped just as HPD closed in on location.

January 8:

Complaint, 736 Highland' report of "tree making noise". Caller fears tree may fall (caller must have read The Secret Life of Trees).

Crash, 174 High; wayfarers from Marlboro and Ashland seek refuge in Holliston.

Crash, Central & Church; motorist ran over some fire fighting equipment that fell off HFD fire truck responding to a call. Advised on how to collect for damages.

Assist citizen, Brooksmont Drive; caller wanted to advise HPD on new road in town (don't forget to call the tax collector)

January 9:

Crash, 136 Fiske, one car. No details but Hometown Auto called to pick up the biggest piece.

Suspicious activity, Marked Tree; report of woman screaming for help.HPD found a woman playing in the snow with her daughter (imagine the noise when she tells her to make her bed).

Crash, 703 Washington; two not-so-wise men from Medway and Upton arrive at a lit spot at the same time.

January 10:

Vehicle stop with summons; 725 Washington; Segundo S. Espinoza of Milford for licensed operation of unregistered vehicle.

Crash, Washington & Elm; DPW front end loader versus a little Honda (hardly a fair contest).

January 11:

02:30AM Crash, Another Upton driver involves a invHolliston resident in vehicular mayhem. Hometown Auto responded.

January 12:

02:00AM, Vehicle stop with summons, 224 Concord; Juan Manuel of Milford for speeding and unlicensed operation (Juan, consider buying a driverless vehicle).

Crash, 660 Marshall; two Holliston drivers so concerned about encountering an Upton driver that they bumped into each instead.

During the reporting period, 14 citations and 19 warnings were issued.

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