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Police Log: November 12 - 18, 2012

by Paul Saulnier
November 18, 2012

This is supposed to be the season to give but some prefer to take.

November 12:

Good day on the roads today - only two citations and one erratic driver.

November 13:

Vehicle stop, Washington; Dustin Haines of Boston. For unregistered, uninsure vehicle.

Complaint, 169 Concord; report of youths repeatedly entering building.

Assist citizen, Goulding; driver reports dog ran into the side of his car and the owner yelled at him. Neither car nor dog injured.

November 14:

B & E, Village Auto Sales, 1292 Washington; cash register disturbed. State Police K-9 brought in.

B & E, Mr. Clean, 567 Concord; glass broken.

Gas line rupture, American Stripping, 194 Lowland; contractor hit the gas line.

B & E, Praying Indian Way; shed broken into.

Animal incident, Brookview; loose Rottweiler reported.

November 15:

Disturbance, 76 Hanlon; reposession of motor vehicle.

Complaint, 980 Highland; report of fire hydrant making noise (trying to scare away dogs?).

November 16:

Animal incident, 115 Norfolk; dispute between neighbors over an agressive dog.

November 17:

2:30 AM, Complaint, 850 Washington; constantly barking dog in apartment.

Recovered property, Bonney & Hargrave; recovered cash draw.

Smoke and fire, Cutler Heights; grease fire in residence. Put out by sprinkler system. See HollistonReporter.com coverage: Grease Fire at Cutler Heights.

Lost & Found, HPD; small ipod turned in. No information on device.

During the reporting period, 25 citations, 19 warnings, and 6 overnight parking tickets were issued. Six erratic drivers spotted (three caught and two cited).

 

 

BWTM

 

 

(Parent of the Year)

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Comments (2)

...the K9 is still in training...got.it.

- Needs Clarification | 11/20/12 1:23 PM

I was under the impression Holliston had a K9 unit?

- Need clearification | 11/20/12 7:34 AM

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