Piano charlie at Bullard Farm, Wednesday, January 28th
** Holliston Grill Is Open **
Two Prana events this weekend. See Events
*** Shovel Your Nearest Hydrant ***
*** Shovel Your Nearest Hydrant ***
** Gov. Baker Issues Travel Ban Beginning at Midnight **
** Mobil Station ** Out of Gas at 1 PM yesterday **
** No Trash Pickup Tuesday ** Delayed One Day Rest of Week **
*** It's Begun ***
Storm alert Tuesday. Check on neighbors and friends

Police Log: April 1 - 7, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
April 8, 2013

Remember to lock your car doors at night.

Over 50 citations issued this week, and HPD would like its sign back.

April 1:

Larceny, Locust; money taken from a vehicle over night.

K9 training, Governor Prenus Way; evidence and article search exercises.

April 2:

Two citations and six warnings.

April 3:

Two citations and three warnings.

April 4:

Malicious mischief, VFW Hall; sign damaged and profanity posted.

Complaint, Hollis; report of landscaper blowing leaves into the street.

11PM, Animal incident, Winter/Ashland; report of loose dog.

April 5:

Larceny, Washington/South; Three road signs stolen.

                Tree Work Ahead

                One Lane Road Ahead

                Police Officer Ahead

Complaint, Central; resident found needles in the road and turned them into HPD for proper disposal.

April 6:

Complaint, Hopping Brook Road; report of two dirt bikers on the rail trail.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 461 Washington; Jaime Leopoldo Castro-Tacuri of Milford, for unlicensed operation and failure to wear a seat belt.

April 7:

Noise complaint, Highland; gun shots heard.

During the reporting period, 35 citations and 20 warnings were issued. Two erratic drivers were spotted.

 

BWTM

DON'T LOSE YOUR HEAD

TO GAIN A MINUTE

YOU NEED YOUR HEAD

YOUR BRAINS ARE IN IT

 

 

 

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