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Police Log for Week of January 28 - February 3, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
February 6, 2018

January 28, 2018:

Vehicle stop with summons, 692 Concord; Juan F. Alfarno of Framingham for speeding and unlicensed operation.

January 29:

Animal incident, car versus deer, 258 Norfolk; damage to left mirror, driver's door, rear fender and both antlers.

Identity theft, Underwood.

January 30:

Crash, 585 Norfolk; Holliston car hit by mail box.

Crash, South; caller reports a passing vehicle clipped caller's side mirror and kept going.

Crash, Concord & Kuniholm; Southbridge car selected a Holliston car to damage. One person taken to hospital.

Larceny, Winthrop; unauthorized use of credit card.

January 31:

Vehicle stop with summons, 923 Highland; Kevin Alverto Martinez of Ashland for 90/18, 90/23 and, if that's not bad enough, also for 89/4.

Crash, 815 Washington; Framingham driver took on a Holliston DPW vehicle with predictable results.

Complaint, Elm; parent called to say daughter's jacket is missing (APB worthy?)

Crash, 441 Washington; Holliston driver reported minor contact with a plow truck @ Dunks

Animal incident, Rolling Meadow; caller found a lost dog and brought it to HPD (do lost dogs look worried or confused?)

Suspicious activity, Taylor; caller thinks someone broke into her home. Checked OK.

Crash, Concord and High; Sherborn versus Whitinsville.

February 1:

Larceny with Summons; 98 Central; Business owner reports 2 bottles of alcohol stolen. Security video reviewed and resulted in juvenile being arrested for possession of alcohol under 21 and shop lifting.

Larceny, Fiske; caller believes someone stole his mother's credit card and used it.

Animal incident, Mohawk; six month old golden doodle in a blue harness has run away (maybe it's out looking for a cart to pull).

February 2:

No news is good news.

February 3:

00:27AM, Erratic driver, 550 Washington; BOL by Ashland PD. Ordanio Pionto-Desilva of Milford for marked lanes violation, OUI liquor, negligent operation and unlicensed operation (should have called Uber)

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, Westfield; caller trapped in his car by two dogs acting aggressively towards him. ACO notified. Owner showed up.

During the reporting period, 10 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.




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Comments (1)

Clouds are really smart. Why do those from out of town come to get caught with no license, registration, or with alcohol in the car? HPD is the best. Holliston is a town to be reckoned with.

- Jean Morrissey | 2/7/18 7:13 PM



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