Holliston Police Log: 70 Winter Parking Ban Violations
The following information was provided by the Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction. All arrests are reported.
Thursday, Nov. 1
3:45 a.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle on Washington Street near Hopping Brook. According to police reports the vehicle was going 54 mph passing a vehicle going 39 mph in a 54 mph zone. The officer gave the operator of the stopped car a verbal warning for speeding.
8:07 a.m.: An officer responded to a car vs. light pole crash on Hollis Street.
10:24 a.m.: Officers responded to a two-car crash near St. Mary’s Church.
4:37 p.m.: An officer checked a vehicle that had been parked on Fiske Street since Tuesday. The vehicle belonged to a man who was hunting with the area.
4:59 p.m.: A caller from a business on Everett Road reported a male employee that was heard making threats to a female employee. The company immediately terminated the male and wanted the incident logged.
Friday, Nov. 2
1:00 a.m.: An officer issued warnings to 42 vehicle owners about violating the winter parking ban.
7:02 a.m.: An officer spoke to a hunter at the Holliston Sportsmen's Association about shooting too early in the morning.
9:46 a.m.: A caller reported that six bags of garbage had been dumped at Pleasure Point.
2:39 p.m.: An officer spoke with two residents of Meadowbrook Lane who were having a dispute about the property line.
3:09 p.m.: A caller from Gregory Road reported that her daughter had a male over that was unwanted in the home. An officer responded but the male in question had already left the residence.
3:25 p.m.: A caller reported that his vehicle was hit in the Holliston High School parking lot around 2 p.m. The caller said he would try to handle the incident on his own.
4:27 p.m.: A caller reported an on-going issue with vehicles not stopping at the crosswalks downtown.
6:29 p.m.: Officers responded to a car vs. deer crash on Locust Street.
6:30 p.m.: An officer assisted the Holliston Fire Department with an illegal fire on Carlton Drive.
7:35 p.m.: A resident of Westfield Drive reported that $80.00 had been stolen from her wallet while it was in her motor vehicle.
11:14 p.m.: An officer checked unoccupied vehicles at Fatima Shrine. No one was found in the area.
Saturday, Nov. 3
12:57 p.m.: An officer checked the High School parking lot for a suspicious vehicle. According to police reports the vehicle was connected to a known marijuana incident.
2:00 a.m.: An officer issued 32 warnings for winter parking ban violations around town.
4:43 a.m.: An officer removed a dead deer from Washington Street.
11:08 p.m.: An officer spoke to political activists at the cornet of Hollis and Washington streets about obstructing the view of turning vehicles.
11:55 p.m.: A caller from Shaw Farm Road reported dumping of fertilizer on conservation land in the area.
3:36 p.m.: An officer moved a deer to the side of Central Street after a motor vehicle hit it.
5:19 p.m.: A teacher reported a group of youths inside Holliston High School causing a disturbance.
10:12 p.m.: A resident of Courtland Street reported a stolen Scott Brown sign.
1:02 a.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle on Washington Street and took one female in to protective custody.
8:23 a.m.: A caller reported that someone had dumped political signs at Pinecrest Golf Club.
8:34 a.m.: A caller reported a stolen iPod from their vehicle on Jerrold Street.
8:12 p.m.: An officer responded to a report of a dead deer on Hopping Brook Road. The vehicle that hit the deer was still drivable.