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Police Log for Week of March 10 - 16, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
March 19, 2019

Bobblehead reported on Washington.

March 10, 2019:

Crash, 1058 Washington; Revere rides into Holliston. No horses were injured in this reenactment

Animal incident, Holly; a St. Bernard "broke out of a fence and headed in an unknown direction" (must be someone buried in a snowdrift somewhere).

March 11:

Noise complaint, Jerrold; Michael Costa arrested on a warrant.

Check prisoner.

Erratic driver, Washington & Central; stopped and vehicle taken away by Hometown Automotive. No word on the disposition of the driver

March 12:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 757 Washington; Luis Caguana-Caguana of Milford. No details.

Check prisoner.

March 13:

Crash, 1146 Washington; Bellingham versus Framingham. Minor injuries reported.

Crash, Washington & Oak; Sherborn versus Hopkinton. No details.

K 9 training, HPD (3 more CEUs and he can take the Sergeant's exam)

March 14:

Animal incident, 297 Ashland; car versus deer. Area checked. Failure to locate (same as GOA).

Crash, 20 Marilyn; Franklin versus Randolph;.Minor.

Animal incident, 192 Adams; Hwy's barbie steaks on the side of the road.

B&E, 1225 Washington; security footage of a man attempting B&E of several vehicles.

Vehicle stop with summons, 854 Washington; Amy Fitzgerald of Milford for 90/23 and 90/34J.

March 15:

Vehicle stop with summons, 114 Concord; Gabriel Antonio Fonesca De Souza of Framingham for 90/20 and 89/9 (name too long to fit on the license). I wonder. As he was growing up, was X the nickname of President Xi?

Larceny, 89 Rockland; Employer reports that employee stole item from property.

ID theft, Fiske Pond;

Motor vehicle check, Washington & Central; motorist reported a tractor trailer was losing its load. Advised.

Suspicious vehicle, 425 Washington; report of male in parked car "bobbing his head up and down".

Suspicious activity, Central & Dalton; man with green laser pointer running along the power line breaking glass and yelling. GOA.

March 16:

Disabled vehicle with arrest, 703 Washington; John Albert Foggs of Malden. No details.

Check prisoner.

Animal incident, 46 Cranberry; caller reports that his dog was attacked by a raccoon. Dispatched (no details on which one was dispatched).

Complaint, illegal dumping; 747 Washington; dumper told HPD that he was employed by tenant in the building (OK. Then it's legal dumping).

During the reporting period, 21 citations and 10 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported.

BWTM:

Troopers from South Carolina answer your questions after being pulled over:

"Warning...??? You want a warning...???  O.K, I'm warning you not to do that again or I'll give you another ticket..."

"Yeah, we have a quota... Two more tickets and my wife gets a toaster oven..."

"You didn't think we give pretty women tickets...??? You're right, we don't... Sign here..."

 

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