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Police Log for Week of August 12 - 18, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
August 21, 2018

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August 12, 2018:

00:30 AM, Erratic driver with summons, 725 Washington; Helio Quintela of Milford for marked lanes violation, unlicensed operation and registration not in hand.

Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Elm; Jose Garcia of Natick for crosswalk violation, failure to yield and operating with a suspended license. Hometown Auto brought a hook.

Check prisoner.

August 13:

Suspicious activity, Stonybrook; report of female, ~ 20 years old wearing a biking helmet and walking into the woods behind the caller's house. GOA.

Crash, 1011 Washington; Millis takes on Holliston. No winner.

Crash, 135 Norfolk; one car only. Hometown Auto wins.

August 14:

Crash, 1419 Washington; car hit a parked car. Minor.

Suspicious activity, Exchange; apparent attempt to enter residence as the front door is damaged (friends use the back door).

Vandalism, Rail Trail tunnel. No details.

August 15:

B & E, Adams; caller reports coming home to find the front door open.

Fraud, Rolling Meadow; credit card fraud.

Several calls regarding possible fireworks.

Road hazard, Prentice; report of moving dolling in the middle of the road. GOA (probably moved down the road).

Suspicious activity, North Mill; caller reports noises outside the house. GOA.

August 16:

Noise complaint, Marshall; leaf blower at 05:30 AM (the early leaf blower gets the PD)

Vehicle stop with summons, Concord & High; Elias DeCastro of Framingham for .... Hometown Auto wins again.

Animal incident, Locust; loose dog in the area. GOA.

August 17:

Animal incident, Washington; caller reports his dog was bitten by another dog. Advised to call ACO (or Judge Judy).

Animal incident, South; chocolate lab found. Owner identified by dog's license (wonder if there are more licensed dogs in Framingham than licensed drivers).

August 18:

01:35 AM, Crash with arrest, 29 Norfolk; Vincent Dexter of RI for speeding, OUI liquor, possession of an open container of alcohol and reckless operation (but he did have one wreck).

Check prisoner.

Erratic vehicle with summons, Hollis; Juver Deleon of Milford for marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation.

During the reporting period, 23 citations and 31 warnings were issued. Seven erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

 

I had a call that started out pretty dumb, but was actually pretty serious:

“911, where is you emergency?”

“123 Main St.”

“Ok, what’s going on there?”

“I’d like to order a pizza for delivery.” (oh great, another prank call).

“Ma’am, you’ve reached 911…”

“Yeah, I know. Can I have a large with half pepperoni, half mushroom and peppers?”

“Ummm…. I’m sorry, you know you’ve called 911 right?”

“Yeah, do you know how long it will be?”

“Ok, Ma’am, is everything ok over there? do you have an emergency?”

“Yes, I do.”

“..And you can’t talk about it because there’s someone in the room with you?” (moment of realization)

“Yes, that’s correct. Do you know how long it will be?”

“I have an officer about a mile from your location. Are there any weapons in your house?”

“Nope.”

“Can you stay on the phone with me?”

“Nope. See you soon, thanks.”

As we dispatch the call, I check the history at the address, and see there are multiple previous domestic violence calls. The officer arrives and finds a couple, female was kind of banged up, and boyfriend was drunk. Officer arrests him after she explains that the boyfriend had been beating her for a while.

 

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Comments (3)

Calling the police to report fireworks is the most un-American thing since the Soviet Union.

- Raul Quintanilla | 8/23/18 1:54 AM

BWTM is no joke. The Dipatcher did a great job.

- Henry Dellicker | 8/21/18 7:50 AM

JUST IN CASE ANYONE WONDERS WE HAVE ONE GREAT POLICE FORCE AND DISPATCH TEAM IN TOWN. READING THROUGH THIS WEEK WITH ALL THE GOA'S SOME REAL WORK WAS DONE. Jean Morrissey

- Jean Morrissey | 8/21/18 7:34 AM

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