Look for Friends of Trails Ambassadors at Blair Sq TODAY, 9-11 am
Lizzy Borden, The mystery Continues, Tomorrow @ Historical Society.
Harvest Fair 547 Washington St. TODAY, 10 am - 4pm
>> Aerial Spraying for EEE continues <<
** EEE Alert Level Raised to Critical in Holliston **
^^ Mosquitos carrying West Nile Virus have been found in Holliston ^^

Police Log for Week of May 26 - June 1, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
June 4, 2019

Confirmed: there are no ticket quotas in Holliston and the squeaky wheel on Jennings gets some attention.

May 26, 2019:

Assist citizen, Grove; a Mr. Young requested walking directions to the Wrentham Outlets. He has walked all the way from Natick. Brought to HPD to recharge his phone battery (better to have charged his car battery).

No citations issued today.

May 27:

Vehicle stop with arrest, 703 Washington; Jose Loja Guaman of Milford for operating with a suspended license.

Noise complaint, Stoddard Park; patron playing music really loud, disturbing the peace.

No citations issued today either.

Check prisoner.

May 28:

00:04 AM, Washington & Pleasant; Officer Coackley issued the first warning of the week to an Ashland resident.

04:04 AM, Crash, 254 Prentice; Holliston resident hit a utility pole, dropping wires and closing the road. One person taken to hospital.

Traffic complaint, Jennings; caller says cars are not stopping at the stop sign.

Complaint, Stoddard; lots of litter on the trail.

Animal incident, 460 Central; injured raccoon on the run.

Repo Man on Washington.

Only the second warning on the week issued.

May 29;

Complaint, Jennings; caller says that the cars continue to ignore the stop sign. HPD set up selective enforcement.

Seven traffic stops today (now that's more like it).

Repo Man on Central.

May 30:

Animal incident, 72 Chamberlain; report of injured deer 15 feet into the woods. GOA.

Complaint, 110 Central; Charlie reports a strong odor of natural gas in the house. HPD and HFD responded within 5 minutes and were on standby until Eversource arrived shortly thereafter and fixed the problem. Charlie was grateful to all who responded.

K 9 training, 201 Summer.

May 31:

K 9 assist to Bellingham for lost juvenile.

Complaint, CVS; Ray is concerned that trees are obstructing line of site for small vehicles (try it in a Mini).

Animal incident, 383 Fisher; large turtle in the road creating traffic hazard. Removed by a citizen prior to HPD arrival (ie, GOA)

Larceny, Adams; caller reports trash barrrel stolen, including the trash inside. (one person's trash is...)

Suspicious activity, Hopping Brook Park; Hopkinton driver doing burnouts in parking lot. One person taken to Washington Street, leaving the car behind overnight.

June 1:

Animal incident, Arch; dog on the loose.

Animal incident, 140 Summer; report of a dog biting another dog (no word on whether the dog filed charges).

During the reporting period 7 citations and 17 warnings were issued. Four erratic drivers were reported and dispatchers logged 297 calls.

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It is my hope that anyone wanting to move a turtle from the road wears protective clothing as turtles are not the most sanitary of the animals. I love them though but cautiously.

- JEAN MORRISSEY | 6/5/19 4:52 PM

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