Archive 2008 - 2019

Police Log for Week of July 7 - 13, 2019

by Paul Saulnier

July 7, 2019:

Animal incident, 225 Underwood; "Matty" the dog is missing. Located later by the owners (cancel the BOLO, recall the SP helicopters).

The five citations issued today pale in comparison.

July 8:

Animal incident, Gregory; another dog missing. ACO notified.

Animal incident, Marked Tree and Webster; small dog running around loose in the neighborhood ("women and children to get from street").

Repo Man after a GMC Acadia on Shaw Farm.

Animal incident, 1135 Washington; this loose dog is running in traffic causing hazardous conditions.

Crash, Norfolk & Central; Hopkinton versus N. Attleboro and a stop sign. Hometown Auto called.

K 9 training, 201 Summer; evidence and article search training.

July 9:

Community interaction, High School; Junior Police Academy underway..

July 10:

Animal incident, Washington & Concord; report of a sick raccoon. GOA (dogs take note).

Crash, Highland & Connolly; Franklin versus Holliston.

July 11:

Vehicle stop with summons, Hollis; James Sampson of Holliston, No details.

K 9 training, 201 Summer; evidence and article search training.

July 12:

Crash, Washington & Central; two Holliston drivers. One taken to hospital. Hometown Auto took one vehicle.

B & E, Lowland; entry attempted to a business using a drill on the front door.

Crash, Concord & Brooksmont; Milford versus Holliston. One taken to hospital.

Crash, Bertuccis; Natick car versus Nashua motorcycle.

K 9 training, 79 Lowland; evidence and article search training.

July 13:

Crash, 802 Washington; three cars involved. One taken to hospital. Hometown Auto brought three hooks.

Crash, 1011 Washington; Framingham versus Framingham 

Crash, Winthrop & Vine; overnight hit & run. Outside mirror damaged.

Smoke & fire, 20 Raleigh; car in the garage showing smoke, then fire. Fire Deprtment responded (advice: keep a fire extinguisher in the garage by the door and one in the car).

K 9 training, Middle School; point to point exercise.

During the reporting period, 29 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Only two erratic drivers were reported.


Comments (1)

This must be dog field days they were very active this week. I believe dogs need there own police department

JEAN MORRISSEY | 2019-07-16 05:47:20