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Police Log: November 26 - December 2, 2012

by Paul Saulnier
December 2, 2012

There is definitely a full moon out there.

(photo by Mark Wilson: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sparks68/535201677/ )

November 26, 2012

Assist citizen, 414 Washington; customer locked inside ATM (deposit another $500.00 and the door will be opened).

Animal incident, 135 Norfolk; resident reports pigs in his back yard. Look similar to neighbor's pigs (Let's not jump to conclusions).

November 27:

Animal incident, Concord & Ashland; car versus deer. (Insurance company loses.)

Complaint, 49 Holly; resident suspects someone attempted to remove gutters from house (Could it be the same person who is peeling the paint off my garage?).

November 28:

Restraining Order violation, 12 Lone Oak Circle; J.D. Hamre, arrested for violation of abuse prevention order.

Animal incident, 137 Hollis; HPD cruiser reports large number of ducks in roadway (jaywalking?).

November 29:

Complaint, Adams; caller reports seeing a hunter on town conservation land. Vehicle plates recorded. Caller will advise Conservation Commission.

Complaint, Queens Terrace; caller complained that landscaper is blowing leaves onto his property (should have hired R&R).

November 30:

Property damage, 380 Underwood; resident reports white van damaged stone wall. HPD located van on Chamberlain and cited the driver for leaving the scene of an accident.

Threats, 629 Washington; Water Department reports threats being made by phone.

Suspicious activity, Prospect; screws found in driveways.

December 1:

3 AM, Vehicle stop with arrest, 425 Norfolk; Randy Lopez of Rhode Island, for outstanding warrant.

A & B, 55 Robin Hill; report of past A & B.

December 2:

2 AM, Vehicle stop with summons; 1569 Washington; Adailton Morais of Framingham for vehicle lights violation and unlicensed operation of motor vehicle (I need a license?).

Vehicle stop with summons, 841 Washington; Bruno DeCastro of Rockland, MA for crosswalk violation and unlicensed operation of motor vehicle (should have talked to Adailton earlier in the day).

During the reporting period, 26 citations, 11 warnings, and 26 overnight parking tickets were issued.

 

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Paul: Love your comments!! Keep up the good work.

- Bill Duffy | 12/4/12 8:33 AM

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