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Police Log: March 25-31, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
April 1, 2013

Magic trick doesn't impress cashier, and one dog owner thinks his doggy do qualifies as a neighborly gift.

March 25:

Complaint with arrest, Faghner Dasilva, of Norwood. Warrant arrest 

March 26:

Vehicle stop, 35 Church; Jose Marin Garro, of Framingham, for crosswalk violation and unlicensed operation of vehicle.

Vehicle stop, 204 Hollis; Alexandra Feloni, of Holliston, for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

March 27:

Two citations and two warnings.

March 28:

Complaint, Noel; resident reports that a man walking his dog is repeatedly allowing his dog to do his duty on the caller's lawn.

Larceny, Holliston Gas & Go; employee reports that a customer put money on the counter to pay for gas but then took it back and left (now you see it, now you don't).

Complaint, Temi; resident reports that youth rang doorbell twice in one hour and then ran off.

March 30:

Suspicious activity, 590 Winter; report of youths vandalizing property. HPD transported three youths home.

Vehicle stop with summons, Charles; Alexandria Feloni of Holliston, for failure to drive in the right lane and operating with a suspended license.

Suspicious activity, Town Forest @ Adams; three vehicles parked in area of Town Forest. Two by-law citations issued.

Traffic Complaint, Fairlane; caller reports being followed by another car. HPD located vehicle. Occupied by a coworker trying to contact caller.

March 31:

Happy Easter.

 

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