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HPD/ HFD Media Conference: April 23, 2013

by Paul Saulnier
April 23, 2013

 

 

  • Incident Highlights (April 8, 2013 to April 23, 2013)

         4/8 – Residential B&E on Gorwin Drive; confronted by resident; suspects fled; K9 call out from Ashland and Holliston.

         4/15 – MV crash with complaint issued. Utility pole damaged.

         4/16 – K9 Unit (Stone/Cesh) assisting Ashland PD with commercial B&E at the Hess Gas station on Rt. 126. Ashland K9 was not available.

         4/16 – K9 Unit (Stone/Cesh) assisting Hopkinton PD with mv B&Es

      

       27 Incident Reports, 9 Arrest Reports, 9 Crash Reports, from 668 log entries    

 

  • PD Highlights (April 8, 2013 to April 23, 2013)

          4/8 – Media Conference (Introduction of K9 Unit – Officer Matt Stone and Cesh)

          4/8 – “Holliston on Patrol” (Guest: Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian)

          4/15 – Marathon Coverage (Starting Line) (Sgt. Leurini, Det. Ryan, Off. Stone)

          4/19 – Station Tours (Dalrymple and Griffith) (“Week of the Young Child”). About 60 children and parents took the tours.
            

  • Future Dates, Events, and Projects

          4/24 – Funeral of slain M.I.T. Officer Sean Collier (K9-Stone/Cesh will provide security and Det. Ryan will be present for the memorial service at Briggs Field). The service is not open to the public.

          4/27 – DEA Drug Takeback Day (Det. Todd) during the HBA Spring Stroll. No syringes are accepted here (Holliston Family Pharmacy accepts those.)

          4/27 – Spring Stroll (PD presence)

          5/6 – Town Meeting (no HPD warrant articles)

          5/15 – Police Memorial Day (Officer Johnson Ceremonies in front of the HPD and at Saint Mary's Cemetery)

          5/19 – K9 Dog Walk  begins at the Historical Society and proceeds down Linden Street to Woodland Street, Railroad, Central, and Washington to the society grounds.

          5/27 – Memorial Day Parade (Police Honor Guard)




Incident Highlights (April 8, 2013 to April 22, 2013)

   23 Fire Incidents (3 mutual aid, 1 direct alarm)
   35 EMS Incidents (13 BLS transports, 16 ALS transports, 7 no transports)
            
    4/11 – mutual aid to Sherborn. Our truck connected to the fire hydrant on Brook Street to send water up to the fire on Western Avenue.
    4/15 – mutual aid to Hopkinton (Marathon coverage at Clinton Street)
    4/15 – mutual aid to Ashland (Marathon coverage at Roberts road)

FD Highlights (April 8, 2013 to April 22, 2013)

4/8 – K9 Media Briefing (HPD)
4/12 – Emergency Response Taskforce training (Holliston Public Schools administration attended)
4/17 – Fee Hearing with the Board of Selectmen. Fees for false alarms will be doubled and more so get your alarm systems fixed. Ambulance fees will go up 25%.
4/18 – Week of the Young Child Open House. The Fire Station hosted about 75 children and adults.
4/22 – Summer Emergencies training for Ambulance personnel on typical summer issues like bites from insects and snakes, and issues related to high temperatures.
    
Future Dates, Events and Projects

4/27 – HBA Spring Stroll (Public Safety Display: 11am – 2pm). There will also be a chili tasting contest to raise funds for the firefighters scholarship fund.
5/5 – HYBSA Parade
5/6 – Annual Town Meeting (no warrant articles by the fire department)
5/10 – HFMRA Scholarship Deadline
5/27 – Memorial Day Parade
6/1 – Touch-A-Truck
 

Chief Cassidy would like everyone to be cognizant of their house numbers for many safety-related resons. Please review the press release for the State Fire Marshall's office.

 

 

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