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Police Log for Week of June 2 - 8, 2019

by Paul Saulnier
June 11, 2019

Arlo visited site on Norfolk and we shared the roads with a fox and an owl.

 

June 2, 2019:

00:06, Erratic driver, Concord; Honda owned by Mayron of Milford reportedly operating erratically, passing multiple vehicles, running several red lights and speeding towards Ashland. Call transfered to Ashland PD. They, in turn, transfered the call to Framingham PD.

Crash, car versus utility pole. Roll over. Framingham driver taken to UMass Medical Center in Worcester. Hometown Automotive rolled the car back to the sunny side up and took it away.

Animal incident, 511 Concord; dead fox in the roadway.

Disabled vehicle, Concord and Ashland; Wayne's blue 1934 Ford hot rod waiting for AAA to bring it home for Wayne to fix.

K 9 training, Boynton.

June 3:

Civil matter; Norfolk; on-going issue on illegal dumping but identifying items found.

June 4:

Crash, 54 Brook; car versus tree.

Crash, 34 Prospect; car versus parked trailer.

June 5:

K 9 training, Marshall Street soccer fields.

Crash, 160 Washington; Milford versus Wellesley. Minor.

Animal incident, 579 Washington; fawn stuck in a hole. Reunited with its mother (a hole that big should be fenced off)

June 6:

Animal incident, Placentino; snapping turtle at the front door (must be between 3 and 8 years old to enter).

Disturbance, Irving; several calls about fighting. Situation mediated.

Crash, 418 Hanlon. no details.

June 7:

Recovered stolen van, Wedgewood; commercial vehicle stolen from Woonsocket, RI recovered. Video footage from Nestcam requested. Hometown Automotive towed away the evidence.

Animal incident, Underwood & Oak; baby owl in the roadway, possibly injured.

June 8:

Complaint, Highland & Prentice; refrigerator by the side of the road with the door still on it. GOA.

Suspicious activity, Governor Prence; caller requested neighborhood search after hearing someone trying to remove a screen from his window. All screens in place. Negative search results.

During the reporting period, 23 citations and 19 warnings were issued. Six erratic drivers were reported and Dispatch logged 306 calls.

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