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Police Log for Week of September 30 - October 6, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
October 9, 2018

Unless it sees a cat

September 30, 2018:

Animal incident, Hargrave; stray dog brought to HPD. Owner contacted and picked up the dog (neither was fined nor imprisoned).

October 1:

Crash, Washington & Whitney; drivers from Ashland and Needham drive into each other. One taken to hospital. Hometown Automotive took one home.

Smoke & Fire; Water; caller smelled smoke coming from the basement. HFD disconnected washing machine.

Animal incident, Washington & Highland; report of German Shepard in the road. GOA.

October 2:

A few traffic stops and a dead battery are today's highlights.

October 3:

Repo man hooked a Hyundai on Lowland.

10-4 Good Buddy:

00:14, Vehicle stop with summons, Washington; issued to the company, Tech-Pro, of Westboro for operating an unregistered, uninsured vehicle with concealed license plate (apparently this company is not pro-legal)

Complaint, Cheryl; report of detail worker smoking in the street (typical of today's society. Nobody wants to get involved. Somebody should have thrown water on him).

Animal incident, Underwood; dog reported missing - escaped through an electric fence. Returned home a few hours later.

Animal incident, Prentice; pit bull on the loose. Owner called to reported there are two pit bulls on the loose.Both returned later (sounds like there was a high level canine meeting somewhere).

Crash, 567 Washington; Natick driver taken to hospital.

Crash, 188 Washington; Framingham driver taken to hospital. Hometown Automotive took the car home.

October 5:

Animal incident, Ashland; report of a dog named "Buddy" loose at the side of the road - a frequent occurrence. ACO notified.

Crash, 473 Concord; Northbridge takes on Natick but Hometown Automotive wins both rides.

Animal incident, Hollis; car versus deer. Deer walked away (does that constitute Hit & Run?)

October 6:

Smoke & fire, Robert; caller reported a gas smell. HFD on standby for Eversource.

Erratic driver arrested, Washington & Concord; Kenneth Pillot of Milford for negligent operation and OUI liquor.

Check prisoner.

During the reporting period, 25 Citations and 16 warnings were issued. Ten erratic drivers were reported (one was locked up).

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Comments (1)

If you are not registered or licensed to drive stay out of Holliston at any time of day. All in all, it was an enjoyable week for me. dogs are so smart before you get one realize that they come with a Ph.D. in how to make human life more interesting.

- Jean Morrissey | 10/9/18 12:23 PM

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