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Police Log for Week of September 23 - 29, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
October 2, 2018

Someone put a rock in a pot hole to call attention to it.

September 23, 2018:

3 AM, Road hazard, Washington; chair in the middle of the road (drugs will do that to you).

Crash, 547 Washington; Hopedale versus Holliston. Minor.

Animal incident, Pamela; report of dog missing - a puggle named Hildy.

Suspicious activity with summons, Pinecrest; numerous reports of male face down on sidewalk. Paul Wade of Holliston for resisting arrest and A & B on Police.

September 24:

Traffic Enforcement, Winter; request for extra police presence after school hours.

September 25:

Crash, 79 Lowland; truck versus light pole (won't say who won but it's dark there now).

September 26:

Crash, 616 Concord; tree branch fell on passing car (weeping willow?)

Crash, Washington & Underwood; Framingham versus Holliston. No details (but we know who is at fault).

Traffic enforcement, Winter; in responses to request for more police presence.

9:15 PM, Noise complaint, Garvin; report of dog barking for the previous two hours. Owners arrived home and took the dog inside (wait until New Years Eve).

September 27:

Animal incident, Highland & Rolling Meadow; Holliston versus deer. Deer ran off (No deertails).

Crash, 540 Washington; Worcester versus Holliston (we are under siege).

Crash, 101 Central, two Holliston drivers interact. One left the scene.

Crash, 89 Cross; minor but 3 ambulances took 6 people to the hospital.

Crash, Central & Fiske; a hit & run in Milford is caught in Holliston.

September 28:

Complaint, 241 Kuniholm; illegal use of a dumpster - couch deposited (safer place to sit than in a chair in the middle of Washington).

Traffic enforcement, Winter; high speed of 36 mph recorded.

September 29:

Road hazard, Pinecrest Golf course; stop sign sitting in the middle of the road (belongs on Washington by the chair).

Road hazard, Prentice; large rock in a pot hole (sometimes the cure is worse than the ailment).

Animal incident, Jennings & High; white dog on the loose. Ran off when HPD approached (looked like a Dispatcher).

Animal incident, 631 Central; report of something dead in the woods.

Crash, Washington & Summer; Bellingham versus Sherborn. Hometown Automotive called.

Crash, 10 Summer; Bellingham versus Medway.

Road hazard, Locust; report of a large pot hole.

Vehicle stop with arrest, Prentice & Bonney; Michael Kelliher of Hopkinton for OUI liquor, marked lanes violation and operating to endanger.

Check prisoner.

Suspicious activity, Dunster; report of female screaming. HPD determined it to be a birthday party for a 13 year old girl (can you hear me now?)

During the reporting period, 20 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Too late. Class is full.

Thanks, Nicki, for reporting this to HollistonReporter.com

 

 

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Comments (1)

I think there must have been a full moon this week. No town could be this crazy on its own unless it is the reporter or the reader.

- jean morrissey | 10/3/18 6:51 AM

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