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Police Log for Week of August 19 - 25, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
August 28, 2018

Weight conscious burglar on Gorwin and...

August 19, 2018:

00:20 AM, Noise complaint, loud party in the area. Advised (decent people are trying to sleep)

Complaint, HPD; walk-in complaining that pedestrians are not pressing the CROSS button downtown (maybe they enjoy a challenge)

Suspicious activity, Gorwin; caller returned after a few days away and found several empty diet Coke cans on the table. Called back - son dropped by while caller was away.

August 20:

Crash with summons, 220 Hopping Brook; Natick truck versus Whitman tractor-trailer. One medflighted to hospital. Holliston Auto Body called as well as Ted's Towing. Richard Gordon of Natick issued a summons for speeding and negligent operation (Texting or other use of mobile device).

Animal incident, Shaw Farm; while walking, neighbor's dog attacked walker's dog. ACO called.

Crash, 702 Washington; Franklin driver intercepted a Holliston driver in Saint Mary's parking lot.

Vehicle stop with summons, 1580 Washington; Edward White of Medway for operating with a restricted license.

August 21:

02:30 AM, 49 High; single car. Holliston Auto Body called.

Selective enforcement, Exchange & Union; stop sign enforcement. Twenty-two cars, no violations.

B & E, Adams; Marlboro K-9 called. No details.

August 22:

Selective enforcement, School & Mechanic; Eight cars. no violations. 31 mph max.

Erratic driver with summons, 703 Prentice. Edward Norton of Holliston for operating with a suspended license.

August 23:

Crash, 1070 Washington; three cars (Holliston, Blackstone & NY). No personal injuries reported but Hometown Auto gets a two-for tow

Animal incident, Westfield; Holliston resident found two dogs. ACO notified (no suggestion that they looked lost).

August 24:

Suspicious vehicle, Willowgate Rise; caller said that male driver in a classic car (probably a Corvette) drove by several times, eventually parking in front of caller's home. GOA.

August 25:

Traffic complaint, Curve; caller requested extra enforcement due to speeders.

During the reporting period, 19 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

California bans plastic straws. Can Massachusetts be far behind?

 

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Comments (1)

A good day at my home the POLICE LOG HAS ARRIVED. 1st) I am collecting my straws 2) the little girl is so cute. 3) and most important to me. I AM A PROWED PEDESTRIAN. I press the button when I wist to cross the street. I have lost count of the drivers who beckon me to cross and shake my head no and point to the red hand facing me. One guy rolled down his window and promised he wouldn't hit me. Lucky for me he got the green light because I think he was going to push me across the street. OH! I almost forgot the accident on hopping brook. I could see in the picture he didn't even brake no skid marks. I am still sending good wishes and thoughts his way. Sorry to be so chatty today.

- Jean Morrissey | 8/28/18 10:19 AM

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