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Police Log for Week of April 21 - 27, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
April 30, 2019

Prentice Street hazard may be the solution to the Mudville traffic problem; red hot wings were Wednesday's special on High Rock

and Central Street has its own hazard problems.

April 21, 2019:

06:00AM, Smoke & fire, High School; fire in the old commisary.

Crash, 137 Bullard; car in the ditch. GOA (look for a car with muddy tires on the right side)

Assist citizen, Kingsbury Lane; caller concerned about a hammock in the woods.

April 22:

Road hazard, 339 Central; deceased turkey (giblets everywhere).

Animal incident, Prentice; snapping turtle in the roadway creating a traffic hazard.

Crash, Central & Norfolk; Medway versus Spencer. Hometown Automotive called. Two people taken to hospital.

April 23:

00:24 AM, Road hazard. 22 Westfield Drive; report of sink hole previously fixed (one good fix deserves another).

Road hazard, Washington @ Hopping Brook; flooded.

Assist citizen, Hollis; pothole destroyed a tire on the caller's car.

Crash, Washington & South; Milford versus Austin, TX. Two people taken to hospital. Hometown took both cars.

Road hazard, 811 Hollis; multiple reports of multiple potholes. Multiple cones put out.

Animal incident, 531 Concord; caller reports that their dog was bitten by another dog (if you bit the owner would you be even?)

April 24:

01:30 AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, Washington & Curve; Thomas Cugini of Woonsocket, RI on a warrant.

Check prisoner.

Vehicle stop with summons, Washington & Hollis; Eric Lawrence Salhaney of Holliston. No details.

Crash, 235 Woodland; past hit & run reported.

K 9 training, Lowland.

Smoke & fire, High Rock; caller reports neighbor's grill engulfed in flames and attempting to put it out with a hose. HPD moved the grill away from the house.

Animal incident, Washington; caller reports indoor cat now an outdoor cat. Black & orange with green eyes.

April 25:

Traffic stop catch-up day: 15 stops.

April 26:

Crash, Holliston Superette; two Holliston residents traded paint and paper.

Another 10 traffic stops today.

April 27:

K 9 demonstration at Placentino.

Animal incident, 644 Washington; white dog running in the roadway. GOA.

Property damage, Jerrold; caller reports second floor window appears to have a bullet hole in it.

During the reporting period, 19 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported. HPD recorded 353 calls.

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