Hopkinton Police Log: Marijuana Violation, Multiple Break-ins
The following information was provided by the Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction. All arrests are reported.
Friday, July 27
8:54 a.m.: An officer spoke to a road crew working at the intersection of South Street and West Main Street. The crew was working in the roadway and were advised to back off, inside the fog line.
8:54 p.m.: Hemza Hussein, 18, of 24 Nazneen Cir., was arrested at his home. Hussein was arrested on warrant charges.
10:37 p.m.: Officers gave five people verbal warnings for trespassing on Lakeshore Drive. One person was given a ticket for possession of marijuana under one ounce.
Saturday, July 28
12:37 a.m.: A caller from West Main Street returned home and found that their front door was open. Officers from the Hopkinton Police Department checked the residence and found no evidence of a break in and nothing missing; the officers suggested that the door might have not been closed properly.
8:02 a.m.: Officers checked a location on Wood Street for an overdue/stolen white Dodge Caravan. Framingham Police asked for the check after a rental company reported that it had been rented and stolen. Hopkinton police were unable to find the vehicle.
10:22 a.m.: An environmental protection officer requested police assistance at the boat landing on Whitehall Reservoir.
11:57 a.m.: A caller from East Main Street reported that their house appeared to have been broken in to. An officer met with the homeowner and took a report.
12:20 p.m.: A caller from Oakhurst Road reported a suspicious call from Amica Insurance. The caller reported that they received a call after hours from a representative who said they wanted to view damage on Saturday and then never showed up at the scheduled time.
12:40 p.m.: A caller from Hillcrest Drive reported a suspicious female wearing a dark hoodie and tank top staggering while walking on the street.
3:50 p.m.: A person walked in to the station to report a person lying on the ground at the Center School playground not moving. Officers responded and reported that the person was asleep.
9:00 p.m.: Officers responded to multiple calls regarding the raised structures on Grove Street.
Sunday, July 28
1:44 a.m.: A caller reported a loud party on either Peppercorn Road or D.J. Murphy Lane. Officers checked the area but found it to be quiet.
7:23 a.m.: Officers spoke to all the parties involved in an incident on Hayden Rowe Street where one person threatened another’s wife.
2:38 p.m.: A caller reported a U-Haul that she had rented was vandalized.
4:50 p.m.: A caller from Woody Island Road reported several youths operating a motorized scooter in the roadway and not obeying traffic laws.
8:17 p.m.: A 911 caller from Spring Street reported that her ex-boyfriend was unwanted at her residence, but he would not leave. While officers responded the male left. He was stopped shortly after and advised to stay away from his ex.
9:14 p.m.: Officers responded to a complaint of a barking dog on Front Street.
Monday, July 30
11:46 a.m.: A caller reported a “pretty bad” crash on Pleasant and Main streets. Officers responded with the Fire Department. Both vehicles were towed and both occupants from one of the vehicle were transported to the hospital.
3:51 p.m.: Several callers reported a crash on the off ramp for 495. One officer responded with an ambulance and the state police.
4:03 p.m.: A caller from Saddle Hill Road reported that her house had been broken in to. Two officers responded and took a report.
4:13 p.m.: A caller reported a person walking their dogs at EMC Park in violation of the regulations. An officer spoke to the dog walker.
9:12 p.m.: A 911 caller from Church Street reported a cat running in and out of the roadway. An officer responded but could not find the cat. The caller was notified of proper 911 procedures.
10:06 p.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle on West Main street and arrested Jorge A. Cornejo, 41, of 4 Gardner St., Allston. Cornejo faces charges including second offense drunken-driving, open container violation and unlicensed operation.