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Police Log for Week of June 10 - 16, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
June 19, 2018

The folks on Mohawk take notice: good fences make good neighbors.

June 10, 2018:

Suspicious activity, Holly & High Rock; caller reported a white van with a white man and a white female taking pictures of a house. Unable to get plate number.(If anyone recognizes the van or the people in the picture below, please call HPD)

 

 

 

 

 

June 11:

Animal incident, Jar Brook; report of a skunk stuck in a fence. ACO off duty (ya sure).

Complaint, Locust; dump trucks cutting through. Caller concerned about weight limit.

June 12:

Suspicious activity, Washington; white box truck, three men with tools from Pinnace Stone Depot attempting to work at wrong address (or say nothing and get a free stone patio)..

Crash, Bertucci's; "caller reported she was rearended". Other vehicle left the scene (I just record what is written).

Crash, Norfolk & Central; two Holliston residents tested their air bags. Hometown Auto responded and brought HPD with them as patrol car had a flat tire responding to the call.

June 13:

Vandalism, Underwood; ongoing problem.

Complaint, Dean; report of argument between a man and a woman while driving (from Red Green: Love is blind, marriage is an eye opener).

June 14:

Animal incident, Church & Railroad; report of a German shepard and a rottweiler that atacked a man on the rail trail. ACO notified.

Civil matter, Mohawk; property line dispute between neighbors including disposal of trash.

Crash, Washington & Hollis; Boston versus Holliston. Hometown Auto took both away.

11 PM, Repo Man on Regency.

June 15:

Crash, Bertucci's; Wayland and Holliston diners will remember this lunch.

Crash, 89 Cross; caller reported striking a parked truck while backing up.

June 16:

Animal incident, South & Fisher; Pepe LePew deceased in the road. Hwy notfied (details available at: .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaN7xuAIjXI&list=RDEaN7xuAIjXI&start_radio=1)

Crash, 492 Washington; drivers from Ashland, Natick and Holliston rearrange their metal and plastic parts. Minor.

Animal incident, 750 Concord; caller reports that his son was bitten by a cat.

During the reporting period, 26 citations and 7 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

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Comments (1)

Hope Pepe Le Pew Got in fence got himself out safely. NOTICE ALL SKUNKS ARE HE. Liked the pic with 2 dogs hugging This week was a mixed bag for sure. made my day again. BOY, I DO HAVE AN EXCITING LIFE! BUT I LIKE IT THAT WAY.

- Jean Morrissey | 6/19/18 12:51 PM

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