Thursday, Nov. 15
Continuing: Officers checked various neighborhoods for winter parking ban violations. Several residents were given warnings; others who had been previously warned were issued citations.
7:57 a.m.: A caller reported a verbal argument between two people at Fatima Shrine. The caller said a male was seen aggressively putting children in to a yellow jeep. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle.
10:01 a.m.: A 911 caller from Hanlon Road reported a male attempting to enter her home. Officers responded and spoke to the man who was attempting to repossess a vehicle registered to the address. The vehicle owner no longer lived there.
6:39 p.m.: A resident from Hollis Street reported receiving suspicious packages that had not been ordered by him. A detective followed up with an investigation.
8:21 p.m.: An officer from the Quincy Police Department found a vehicle that had been reported stolen by a Holliston resident.
Friday, Nov. 16
A caller from Old Cart Path reported finding two cash registers in the woods near Tea Party Lane. An officer responded and picked up the registers. One had been stolen from Ashland, the other from Framingham. Both were returned.
8:44 a.m.: An officer investigated a juvenile incident at the Adams Middle School/
Saturday, Nov. 17
2:45 a.m.: A caller reported dogs barking aggressively at an apartment on Washington Ave. The caller said they believed the resident had recently been evicted.
2:04 p.m.: A caller reported a found cash drawer near Bonney Drive. 12-630 of
7:36 p.m.: A resident of Concord street reported suspicious flashlight activity near a residence in the area. The house was unoccupied when officer arrived.
Sunday, Nov. 18
1:33 a.m.: A 911 caller from Governor Prence Way reported that they heard someone trying to enter their house through a basement window. Officers responded and did not locate anyone suspicious in the area.
10:24 a.m.: Multiple callers reported a fire alarm activation at Cutler Heights. An officer from the Holliston Police Department responded and spoke to a resident that reported a grease fire had occurred but the sprinkler system was able to contain it.
12:33 p.m.: An officer requested assistance to remove an intoxicated vendor from the craft fair at Holliston High School.
5:59 p.m.: An officer responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of Highland and Washington streets. No injuries were reported although one vehicle was towed and the operator was given a citation.