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Police Log for Week of April 29 - May 5, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
May 8, 2018

One thing we know for sure: it wasn't a skunk.

April 29, 2018:

1:48 AM, Vehicle stop with summons, 703 Washington; Rodrigo DeCastro of Framingham for various infractions.

Crash, Central & Railroad; Holliston driver inconvenienced by a Medway driver.

April 30:

Traffic control, Washington & Linden; assist 3rd graders on their way to 18th Century Days at the Historical Society. The tradition continues.

Crash, Washington & Elm; two Holliston residents involved with possible injuries. One taken to Milford Hospital. Hometown Auto called.

May 1:

Smoke & Fire, Francine; Fire Dept. notified. No fire found (GOA?)

Identity theft, Mohawk.

May 2:

No news is good news.

May 3:

Animal incident, Hollis & Highland; driver reports hitting a squirrel or a cat.

Crash, Washington & Cross; Grafton & Medway drivers avoid crashing into a Holliston driver but not each other.

May 4:

Crash, 101 Summer; multiple reports of a school bus running a stop sign and forcing a dump truck off the road, hitting a stone wall.

Assist citizen, Central Cafe; several calls reporting a female with car troubles (no comment).

Crash, 62 School; two Holliston drivers, neither from Mudville.

May 5:

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Marked Tree; Gustavo Neves of Milford for speeding and unlicensed operation.

Vehicle stop with summons, Kampersal Road; Messiah C. Williamson of Chelsea for speeding and operating with suspended license.

Foursome, Washington & Hopping Brook; Officer Leurini stopped 4 vehicles at once and issued citations to all four.

Vehicle stop with summons, 1292 Washington; Segundo Vellicla-Sanaguaray of Hopedale for several infractions plus doing them with a suspended license.

During the reporting period, 38 citations and 19 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

Why did you take my parents tv? No news is good news but leads to a boring day. I think it is sad, out of towners come to Holliston to get tickets and court dates.

- Jean morrissey | 5/8/18 7:06 AM

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