Archive 2008 - 2019

Police Log for Week of August 4 - 10, 2019

by Paul Saulnier

August 4, 2019:

Animal incident, Gorwin; annoying dog barking its fool head off (Newton's Fifth Law of Nature: dog owners never hear their own dogs barking).

K 9 demonstration, Hopkinton.

Crash, 57 Summer; car versus bicycle with possible injuries. Patient refusal. Hometown Auto called.

Crash, 306 Washington; Hopkinton versus Upton. Hometown Auto called.

Erratic driver with arrest, 550 Washington; Natick resident for lights violation, reckless operation and OUI - drugs.

Check prisoner.

August 5:

Verbal warning issued to a Holliston resident for unreasonable use of horn (this driver would get a medal in Mumbai for this).

Crash, 600 Central; car vesus pedestrian. One to hospital.

Complaint, Holly; discolored water (just pretend it's iced tea).

Check prisoner.

August 6:

K 9 demonstration, Goodwill Park.

August 7:

Animal incident, Jarr Brook; report of an animal in distress in the bush next to the caller's house. ACO called.

Vehicle stop with summons, 1011 Washington; Marlboro reident for numerous violations (90/10, 90/9, and 90/7aa x2).

August 8:

Crash, 1661 Washington; Ashland versus Framingham. Hometown Auto took home the biggest loser.

Crash, 776 Washington; Burlington versus Holliston. Minor.

August 9:

Crash, Washington & Summer; Medway versus Holliston. Minor.

Crash, Washington & Cross; Needham versus Bellingham. Minor.

Vehicle stop with arrest, 830 Washington; Quin Moran, homeless on a warrant, conspiracy to violate drug laws, resisting arrest and possession of Class E drug.

Trespassing with arrest, Noel; Jacques Mitre, homeless, for trespassing, A&B on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Crash 1077 Washington; Medway versus Holliston. Hometown Auto called.

Crash, 414 Washington; two from Holliston. Minor.

August 10:

Fraud, walk-in; Craig's List scam.

Complaint, Karen Circle; use of 2 ATVs in the area.

During the reporting period 30 citations and 22 warnings were issued. Three erratic drivers were reported and Dispatchers recorded 419 calls.


The first Millenials.

Comments (1)

I came to town 29 years ago I love this country town OOPS I think it is gone I hope we can get it back. I wish I knew how to get it back. :(

JEAN MORRISSEY | 2019-08-15 16:57:40