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Holliston Police Log: Stolen Pickup Truck Recovered In Woods

The following information was provided by the Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.

Tuesday, Jan. 8

7:12 a.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle in the school zone on Woodland Street issued a driver a citation for speeding.

7:47 a.m.: A resident of Charles Street reported that his gray 2002 Dodge Ram pickup truck had been stolen overnight.

10:27 a.m.: A resident of Highland Street called to see an officer regarding a damaged mailbox.

12:39 p.m.: Two vehicles crashed on Concord Street while avoiding an ambulance. No one in either vehicle was injured but both vehicles were towed.

1:38 p.m.: A caller from Fiske Street reported a pickup truck parked deep in the woods near the power lines. An officer responded and discovered that it was the same truck that had been reported stolen from Charles Street earlier in the day. The owner was notified and driven to the scene. At this time no charges have been filed.

5:56 p.m.: An officer served a restraining order from Hopkinton to a man who was living in Holliston with his mother.

Wednesday, Jan. 9

6:22 a.m.: An officer came upon a minor rear end crash on Washington Street at Cross Street.

6:45 a.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle at St. Mary’s Church. Officers are seeking a summons to charge the driver with operating an unregistered vehicle and operating with a suspended license.

7:28 a.m.: A bus driver complained of vehicles traveling through the flashing red stop lights at Adams Middle School.

1:07 p.m.: A caller from Fruit Street requested an officer to look at a window she believed had been tampered with in an attempt to break into the apartment.

3:32 p.m.: A caller reported a green pickup truck passing vehicles on Washington Street near the Sherborn line. An officer stopped the vehicle near ABC Glass and spoke with the operator.

5:01 p.m.: A caller from Winthrop Street reported a heavy-set male in his 50s laying in the road. The male declined assistance from the caller and refused medical assistance when the Holliston Fire Department responded. Two hours later the man was transported to the hospital when an officer followed up with him.

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