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Police Log for Week of August 26 - September 1, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
September 4, 2018

At Fatima Shrine someone believes that the Lord helps those who help themselves.

August 26, 2018:

00:31, First traffic stop of the week by Office David Charette on a Hopkinton driver.

02:300, Assist other agency, Jeremy Brett of Holliston for violating an abuse prevention order.

August 27:

Animal incident, Pearl; snake in the house. Information on removal was given.

Traffic complaint, Washington & Central; caller concerned that new lights are causing backups and creating heavy traffic on side streets. Advised to leave earlier.

Animal incident, Pearl; snake still in the house. Advised to call nonemergency line (apparently the snake didn't understand the advice given).

Larceny, Fatima Shrine; ongoing theft of the donation box ("How low can you go" doesn't apply to just The Limbo).

August 28:

Crash, Washington & Exchange; Taunton driver meets Holliston driver in Mudville Bypass.

Crash with summons, 1090 Washington; Marlboro driver hit Holliston driver hard enough to require the services of Hometown Auto Body. Thaina Goncalves-Daeleida of Marlboro for following too closely and unlicensed operation.

Crash, 388 Winter, Holliston truck kissed a pole. Hometown Auto Body picked up the pieces.

August 29:

Vehicle stop with summons, Railroad & Elm; Luciene Deoliveira of Framingham. Licensed operator took control.(No details, but I can guess).

Crash, Washington; hit and run. Milford PD caught Kevin Coombs of Douglas for driving an uninsured vehicle.

Animal incident, Rockland; caller found a dog. While on phone with HPD the owner appeared and took it back (another good reason for the leash law).

Suspicious activity, Hopping Brook; caller reports seeing a woman trying to force another woman into a vehicle. No details.

August 30:

Trespassing with arrest, Exchange; Jordan Murawski of Holliston for trespassing.

Check prisoner.

Traffic complaint, Locust; BMW driver blocked path of caller and wanted caller to back up.

Traffic complaint, Pine; caller complained that cars are speeding down dead end thinking it's a way to avoid downtown traffic improvement plan.

August 31:

Disturbance, Willowgate Rise; report of altercation between female friend and her ex-boyfriend. Male transported to Hopkinton border.

Crash, Washington & Spring; Framingham car tangled with two Holliston cars. One person taken to hospital.

September 1:

Complaint, Carlton & Marked Tree; report of a Jeep with multiple kids inside speeding in the neighborhood (would be really interesting if there were multiple senior citizens inside).

During the reporting period, 18 citations and 16 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Red Green took over when Newton retired:

"Water seeks its own level. Booze goes straight to the head"

 

 

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Comments (1)

I think the snake would be very happy in the donation box. The fathers would take good care of it.

- jean morrissey | 9/4/18 12:35 PM

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