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Police Log for Week of March 3 - 9, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
March 12, 2019

If called by the High School Principal, don't answer and a cat fight on Concord are last week's lowlights.

Want the pothole on your street fixed? Try a sit-in

 

March 3, 2019:

K 9 training, Lowland.

March 4:

Parking complaint, Turner; Hwy reports cars parking on road during snow emergency. Hometown Automotive called (that's not good).

Noon, Traffic complaint, Washington & Hollis; concern about "grid lock" at the intersection.

ID theft, Francine.

Crash, Prospect & Highland; Hopkinton versus Holliston. Minor incident.

March 5:

Crash, Locust; car versus school bus. No details.

Complaint, High School; scam calls from the Principal requesting money for ad space on school calender.

Animal incident, 79 Hollis; two dogs on the loose. Sherborn police found them (that's not good either).

Crash, 1147 Washington; Holliston, Mansfield and Hopkinton meet and greet. Hometown Automotive joined the crowd (that's not good for one of the cars).

Disabled vehicle, Brook; two flat tires due to pot hole (worst type of pot).

ID theft, Francine.

March 6:

Animal incident, 249 Hollis; injured deer.

Animal incident, Erin; ACO requesting help getting older blood hound into van.

Complaint, Concord; Road rage. After horn use by one female driver, the other female driver got out, approached the first one and pulled her hair through a partially open window.

Disturbance, Dean; request for assistance with "out of control" male. Neythen Ross Yovicsin arrested for trespassing.

Check prisoner.

March 7:

Crash, Washington & Highland; Milford meets Hopedale to exchanges paint and paper.

Crash. 406 Washington; two Holliston residents meet in the parking lot to compare body aches.

March 8:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 815 Washington; Jose Villafante of Framingham on a warrant while stopped at the Mobil Station (HPD is always watching).

Fraud, Everett. No details.

K 9 training, HPD and Verizon on Charles.

March 9:

Crash, 1225 Washington; Hometown Automotive called to put it back to the shiny side up.

K 9 training, Boynton;

Family problem, Pilgrim; report of missing person. State police helicopter, Sherborn and Millis PD help HPD and K 9 in the search. Person located.

Animal incident, Washington & Highland; deer struck.

Animal incident, 692 Highland; deer struck.

During the reporting period, 37 citations and 18 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were reported. No Uns were cited.

BWTM:

Crime & Punishment 101 for millenials:

America is so advanced that even the chairs are electric.

 Doug Hamwell

 

 

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Comments (3)

Art. In the old days "cat fight" is what we called it when two girls tangled

- Paul Saulnier | 3/12/19 1:43 PM

"cat fight on Concord"-what the hell is that supposed to mean?

- Art Winters | 3/12/19 9:14 AM

1) Highland, not a good place for deer Someone needs to tell them there is not a deer crossing there.

2) I think I am in need of a snowman.

Haven't had coffee yet I may see things differently later.

- Jean Morrissey | 3/12/19 7:25 AM

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