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Police Log for Week of July 22 - 28, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
August 1, 2018

It's after 10 PM, do you know where your cat or dog is?

July 22, 2018:

Just two citations and five warnings. Hardly worth hiding in the bushes.

July 23:

Vehicle stop with summons, Concord; Neythen Ross Yovicsin of Holliston for operating with a suspended license.

Crash, Washington & Central; Worcester versus Marlboro (practicing for the new lights going live on the 25th).

10:00 PM, Animal incident, Courtland; bat in the attic (must be sick as any self respecting bat would be out catching bugs at this hour).

11:30 PM, Animal incident, Oak; report of a small black dog running around.

July 24:

Animal incident, Central & Fiske; dead cat on the side of the road.

Vehicle stop with summons, 101 Summer; Denio G. Pinho of Framingham for operating with a suspended license and Cesar DeSousa of Marlboro for allowing Denio to drive and also for allowing him to drive an uninsured vehicle (hey Denio, with friends like Cesar....)

Animal incident, Bertucci's; report of "medium blond dog" walking around with no owner present (no comment).

July 25:

Complaint, Washington & Central;.verbal warning issued to driver for illegal U-turn (desperate drivers do desperate things)

Complaint, High; ongoing problem with dump trucks travelling on the road.

Animal incident, Arch; sick skunk reported. Dispatched (was Hwy called?).

Suspicious vehicle, Central; driver out looking for lost cat (there's one by Fiske's that's about an inch tall and a foot wide).

July 26:

Crash with arrest, 1292 Washington; car versus gas pump. Jaswant Singh Chani of Holliston for negligent operation.

Crash, Superette; Sherborn versus Milford. Minor

Crash, Washington & Central; North Attleboro versus Framingham (are the new lights as good for you as they are for the rest of us?)

July 27:

No crashes reported on Washington between Hollis and Green.

July 28:

Animal incident, Roy; report of a cat left in the road (how tall was he?).

Animal incident, Union; report of a dog in distress. Checked out and determined to be OK.

Observing downtown traffic: multiple jay walkers, illegal U-turns and stops past the stop line (obviously the Selectmen should hire McMahon to design crosswalks and lights every 25 feet between Hollis and Green).

Erratic driver arrested, 229 Norfolk; Matthew Hevey of Medway for negligent operaton, OUI - drugs, possession of Class A & E drugs.

During the reporting period, 17 citations and 24 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported.


Maybe HPD needs to check for speeders at a different location.


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