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Arrests Most Recent First

Police Log Most Recent First  

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, June 4, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  7 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  8 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  3 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  6 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  1 Time issued motor vehicle complaints.

  8 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, June 4, 2007

12:11 am A caller from East Main Street reported that a vehicle had rolled over in front of his house.  Officers Linda Higgins and Jacob Campbell responded along with the Fire Department.  There was no personal injury and the vehicle was towed.

 

Sunday, June 3, 2007

5:37 pm Officer Stephen Buckley stopped a motor vehicle on South Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded as back up and subsequently  a 27 year old male from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Speeding in Violation of a Special Regulation and Operating a motor vehicle with License Suspended.

 

5:07 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil responded to Alprilla Farm Road for a past larceny report.

 

4:30 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil responded to Clinton Street for a report of vandalism to a mail box and a residence lawn.

 

1:42 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Patrick O'Brien regarding an argument that transpired between him and an employee of a Cedar Street business.  Officer Patrick O'Brien spoke to the employee as well.

 

11:41 am A caller reported that heavy equipment was moving bark mulch on Lumber Street.  Officer Patrick O'Brien spoke with the supervisor and they stopped for the day.

 

8:20 am A caller from Wood Street reported that a rock was thrown into her car window during the night.  Officer Thomas Griffin responded and took a report.

 

1:44 am Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett stopped a vehicle on West Main Street and subsequently arrested a 43 year old male from Medfield and charged him with Marked Lanes Violation and OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense.

 

Saturday, June 2, 2007

9:53 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with two teens who were observed cutting across the fields on Hayden Rowe Street to get to a friends house.

 

8:23 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with a caller from Grove Street who reported receiving a suspicious phone call.

 

4:36 pm Officer Timothy Brennan stopped a motor vehicle on East Main Street and subsequently issued a criminal application to the operator.

 

3:07 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with a caller regarding phone calls that they had been receiving.

 

12:02 pm A caller from Glen Road reported a missing propane tank.  Officer Jacob Campbell responded and took a report.

 

11:36 am A caller reported that his wife was just in a minor motor vehicle accident on Stagecoach Way.  He stated that the person that hit her was refusing to exchange information.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and reported that the second vehicle had left the scene upon his arrival.  Officer Gregg DeBoer then reported that the vehicle returned to the scene and was issued a complaint application.

 

11:22 am A caller reported that they saw a couple of kids with an orange spray can near the High School.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

9:09 am A caller from Chamberlain Street reported that his mailbox was damaged and there was a truck parked illegally.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and stated that the post was knocked over a little bit and he was able to repair it.

 

Friday, June 1, 2007

11:29 pm A caller reported almost hitting a male teen and female teen who were walking down in the center of Gibbon Road.  Officer Jacob Campbell responded and spoke with the two teens who stated that they would stay out of the road.

 

10:22 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace removed a group of youths from Lakeshore Drive who were there after hours.

 

10:15 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace spoke with a male passenger of a vehicle who was reportedly observed urinating in a West Elm Street parking lot.

 

10:03 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer stopped a motor vehicle on West Main Street.  Sgt. Charles Wallace responded as back up and subsequently the operator was issued a criminal application for Operating an Unregistered and Uninsured Motor Vehicle.

 

9:17 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officer Matthew McNeil responded to Main Street for a dispute between neighbors.

 

7:14 pm A walk-in wished to speak with an officer regarding her vehicle being hit by an unknown vehicle in a Main Street parking lot.  Officer Gregg DeBoer viewed the damage and took a report.

 

7:05 pm Officer Matthew McNeil assisted the Fire Department with a utility pole fire on Ash Street.  Officer Matthew McNeil reported that the upper wires were burning and that the electrical company was notified.

 

6:22 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer assisted the Fire Department with a boat that was leaking fuel in a West Main Street parking lot.

 

1:47 pm A cell phone caller reported that she hit a deer on Ash Street and it was still alive.  Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officer Thomas Griffin responded and put the animal down.

 

8:58 am A caller from Wilson Street reported that a neighbors Bull Mastiff was running loose.  The Animal Control Officer was paged and contacted the owner.  The owner stated she was in Ashland and would return to the house right away.

 

10:21 am A caller from Lakeshore Drive reported that a "dressed up" blonde female just approached her door appearing to be a solicitor.  When she was asked if she was selling anything shed stated that she was not.  Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.

 

9:44 am A caller from Hayward Street reported that a male in his 60's, wearing jeans and an orange shirt, claiming to be from a electrical company asked her if there were any telephone poles behind her house.  She advised him that there were none and she stated that he appeared to be very nervous and thought that he was suspicious because he was not wearing any company ID.  Officer Stephen Buckley located and spoke with the man, who was an employee of the electrical company.

 

6:57 am A caller reported that the dog house at EMC Park had been broken into during the night.  Officer William Burchard viewed the damage and took a report.

 

1:26 am Officer Jacob Campbell assisted the Fire Department for a fire alarm activation on Holt Street.

 

Thursday, May 31, 2007

7:49 pm A caller from Spring Street reported a water leak by the recently repaired hydrant.  Sgt. Charles Wallace  confirmed the leak and requested that the Water Department repair it.  The Fire Department were also advised that the residents were complaining about a significant drop in water pressure.

 

6:33 pm A caller from Sterling Drive reported that her dog name "Maggie" had been missing for over three hours.  The dog had a collar with a 2007 Hopkinton dog license on it.  The Animal Control Officer was advised of the situation.

 

6:28 pm The Holliston Police Department requested an officer meet their units on Clinton Street for a minor motor vehicle accident with no personal injuries.  Sgt. Charles Wallace responded and subsequently an operator was issued a criminal application for Failure to Use Care and Caution While Passing.

 

6:08 pm A caller from Hayden Rowe Street requested to speak with an officer regarding a rent dispute between himself and his roommate.  Sgt. Charles Wallace responded and spoke with both individuals involved.

 

5:09 pm A caller reported that a person was passed out in a motor vehicle which was parked in a Main Street parking lot.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:20 pm An operations manager of a delivery business reported that a brown dog exited a house on Jamie Lane and bit the delivery driver as he was leaving.  The victim reported minor bleeding and bruising on his right leg but did not need any medical attention.  The Animal Control Officer was advised of the situation and investigated.

 

9:19 am A caller from Wood Street reported that students on a bus were throwing fruit at his and another vehicle this morning.  The caller also stated that students were jumping from seat to seat and that he believed that the driver had no control over the children.  The bus supervisor was notified and took care of the situation immediately.

 

5:40 am A caller reported that there was a fire starting in a bark mulch pile on South Street.  Officer Linda Higgins responded and advised that a small area may need to be sprayed down.

 

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

11:10 pm A caller reported that a male, with no shoes on, was staggering on Briarcliff Drive.  Officer Aaron O'Neil located the individual who was all set, he was just out for a walk.

 

7:22 pm The Westborough Police Department requested that officers be on the look out for a stolen vehicle that may be in Hopkinton.

 

5:32 pm A caller reported that a large pile of bark mulch was dumped on Stoney Brook Road.  A landscaper was working there and the caller thought that it was a dangerous situation.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area.

 

2:43 pm A caller reported that bark mulch was on fire on West Main Street.  Officer Patrick O'Brien assisted the Fire Department.

 

11:21 am A resident of School Street reported that a small red pick-up truck was parked in her driveway and two young men inside of it were requesting to speak with her.  The caller asked them to leave her driveway because she needed to leave her home.  She believed this to be suspicious activity.  Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area with a negative find.

 

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

8:55 pm A caller reported that a truck was running in the rear of an East Main Street business.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded, but was unable to get into the area because the gate was locked.

 

4:44 pm A caller reported that a manhole cover appeared to be coming off at the area of Main Street and South Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

1:54 pm A passing motorists reported to Officer Stephen Buckley that there was a lot of nails in the roadway on Main Street.  Officer Stephen Buckley responded and removed a handful of nails from the road.

 

Monday, May 28, 2007

9:40 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officers Stephen Buckley, Matthew McNeil and Aaron O'Neil responded to Front Street for a report of assault.  Subsequently, a 45 year old female from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Assault and Battery and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon.

 

9:30 pm An employee of a Main Street gas station reported that a motor vehicle left without paying for gas that was pumped.  Officer Aaron O'Neil located the vehicle and the registered owner's house.  The employee then called back and stated that he made a mistake and confused the motor vehicle with another vehicle.  He advised that there was no theft of service and apologized.

 

3:20 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officers Stephen Buckley and Philip Powers responded to Colella Farm Road on a report of a missing four year old girl who had blonde hair, pink t-shirt and stripped pastel shorts.  The Fire Department also responded to assist with the search.  Officer Philip Powers advised that he located the child and everything was fine.

 

2:50 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace responded along with the Fire Department on a report of a smoldering bark mulch fire on West Main Street.  The fire was put out by the Fire Department.

 

2:25 pm Sgt. Charles Wallace stopped a motor vehicle on Main Street.  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded as back up and subsequently the operator was issued a criminal application for Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and the registered owner was issued a civil citation for Allowing Operation of a Motor Vehicle by an Unlicensed driver.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, May 28, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  12 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  18 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  2 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  6 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  3 Times issued motor vehicle complaints.

  5 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, May 28, 2007

3:53 am Officer Jacob Campbell stopped a motor vehicle on West Main Street and subsequently cited the owner for plates being suspended.

 

Sunday, May 27, 2007

11:04 pm There were several 911 calls for a disturbance on Lake Maspenock.  A woman was reported crying and a male was yelling at another male, threatening to kill him.  There was also reports of a "loud bang", possible gunshots.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Aaron O'Neil responded along with the Upton Police Department and the Fire Department.  The area was checked with a negative find.

 

10:52 pm A caller reported a disturbance on Hayden Rowe Street.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and it was a tenant problem.

 

9:01 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil responded to Granite Street for a noise complaint with a negative find.

 

7:59 pm Officer Stephen Buckley checked and spoke with a male who was walking on Rafferty Road.  He had a verbal argument with his mother and was walking to his fathers.

 

12:40 pm A caller reported hearing gunshots in the area of Fruit Street.  Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area with a negative find.

 

10:17 am A realtor reported that while she was showing a house on Victory Lane she found several syringe needles in the house.  Officer Philip Powers checked the area.

 

8:11 am Officer Patrick O'Brien took a larceny report from a Hill Street resident.

 

1:38 am Officer Timothy Brennan stopped a vehicle on Norcross Road and subsequently arrested an 18 year old male from Hopkinton and charge him with Person Under 21 Possession of Liquor and Keep Noisy and Disorderly House.  A 21 year old male from Wet Roxbury was also arrested and charged with two counts of Sell/Deliver Liquor to Person Under 21 and OUI Liquor.

 

12:57 am A walk-in stated that three males were trying to ask for a ride because they had broken done on West Main Street.  Officer Jacob Campbell responded and transported them to the station.

 

Saturday, May 26, 2007

8:43 pm A resident of Hill Street reported that they returned home and found that several item were stolen from their house.  Officers Patrick O'Brien and Timothy Brennan responded and took a report.

 

6:44 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer arrested a 27 year old male from Hopkinton for a Warrant.

 

5:10 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer investigated a gas run off that occurred at a West Main Street gas station earlier in the day.

 

4:21 am A caller reported that they hit a deer on West Main Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and put the deer down.

 

2:30 am Officer Gregg DeBoer assisted the State Police and Southborough Police with a stolen motor vehicle stop on 495.

 

Friday, May 25, 2007

10:55 pm A caller reported an injured possum on Pleasant Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and moved the deceased animal to the side of the road.

 

8:25 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer assisted the Fire Department with a transformer fire on West Elm Street.

 

4:00 pm There were several calls for a head on collision on West Main Street.    Officers Gregg DeBoer and Matthew McNeil responded and advised that it was a truck towing a boat and a pick up truck.  Two victims were transported the hospital and the vehicle were towed.

 

4:08 pm A resident of Pond Street reported that her Beagle/Shepard mixed dog was missing.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 

3:34 pm A caller reported that ATV's were operating on Amherst Road.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded to the area, but had to leave due to a motor vehicle accident.

 

10:14 am A Main Street gas station attendant reported that a person got gas and cigarettes and there credit card was declined.  He stated that he would be right back with the money and it had been 25 minutes already.  Officer Thomas Griffin checked the residence with a negative find.

 

7:45 am A caller from Pleasant Street reported that a younger child was roaming the streets, running around.  Officer Thomas Griffin responded and the child was gone upon his arrival.

 

2:24 am A resident of Bullmoose Run reported that her husband had not returned home from a night out in New Hampshire.  She stated that after twelve years he had never been late.  The woman then called back and reported that her husband had been located.

 

12:07 am Officer William Burhcard checked on a person who was walking to Framingham on Hayden Rowe Street.  Officer William Burchard transported him to the Ashland town line.

 

Thursday, May 24, 2007

11:53 pm A caller reported seeing a fire in the area of Wood Street.  Officers Gregg DeBoer and William Burchard responded along with the Fire Department and the fire was contained.

 

10:45 pm Officer Timothy Brennan took a report of larceny of an iPod that was taken while plugged into a computer.

 

10:04 pm A Cedar Street business owner reported that people were sitting outside of the store when he was closed.  Officer Timothy Brennan checked the area with a negative find.

 

8:29 pm There was a report of a boy left behind at EMC park.  The mother of the boy thought that his father had him and the father thought that the mother had him.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and contacted DSS.

 

8:26 pm A caller reported that a nine year old baby was hit by a softball on Hayden Rowe Street.  Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officer Timothy Brennan responded and the baby was transported to the hospital.

 

3:20 pm A caller reported a hit and run motor vehicle accident on Main Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with the victim and attempted to locate the other vehicle involved with a negative find.

 

3:05 pm A walk-in reported a minor motor vehicle accident on Saddle Hill Road.  Officer Timothy Brennan spoke with both individuals involved.

 

1:17 pm Officer Timothy Brennan reported that there have been an intoxicated person in the High School, who was visiting faculty.

 

3:18 am A caller from Kimball Road reported hearing noise behind her house.  She thought that it may have been a deer and was unsure if it was hit or not.  Officer William Burhcard checked the area with a negative find.

 

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

8:14 pm A caller reported that kids were at the rope swing off of Westcott Drive.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area and removed some youths from the rope swing.

 

6:00 pm Officer Timothy Brennan investigated a report of a alcohol violation at a West Main Street business.

 

3:43 pm A caller reported nearly hitting a dirt bike on Downey Street.  The caller stated that the dirt bike rides around the area all the time on the roads.  Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with the operator and advised him to walk the bike to his destination.

 

2:07 pm An employee from a Main Street business requested assistance with removing youths who were skate boarding on the outside stairs.  Officer Stephen Buckley responded and removed the youths.

 

1:39 pm A caller reported that a landscaping crew was parked in a bad spot on Teresa Road.  Officer David Shane checked the area with a negative find.

 

1:17 pm A caller from Courtney Circle reported hearing a very loud guitar.  Officer David Shane spoke with the youths and advised them to turn it down.

 

12:59 pm There were several calls reported a motor vehicle accident on West Main Street.  Detective John Porter and Officers Stephen Buckley and Philip Powers responded and one victim was transported to the hospital.

 

1:08 pm A town hall employee reported that kids were skateboarding on the stone wall.  Officer David Shane responded and removed the youths.

 

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

9:05 pm A caller from Hayden Rowe Street reported that a male was staring into her window and yelled that he was a neighbor who needed money for medicine.  He said that 911 did not come when she told him to call them.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Matthew McNeil responded along with an ambulance.  The person was a neighbor who was trying to raise money for medicine for his parents the wrong way.

 

7:09 pm Officer Matthew McNeil reported that he was attempting to stop a vehicle on West Main Street.  The Upton Police Department, Milford Police Department and the State Police were notified that the vehicle did not stop.  The operator subsequently was stopped and issued a criminal application.

 

7:37 am Officer Thomas Griffin assisted the Fire Department with a transformer fire on School Street.

 

Monday, May 21, 2007

8:24 pm A caller complained about a loud dirt bike being operated on North Mill Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil spoke with the operator who stated that he will be aware of his neighbors when riding.

 

8:10 pm A caller from Priscilla Road reported that a coyote of fox chased her cat onto her porch earlier in the day and that her husband had located what appeared to be a couple of dens in the woods behind their house.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 

3:44 pm There were several calls for a car fire in a Main Street business's parking lot.  Officers Stephen Buckley and Aaron O'Neil assisted the Fire Department and the vehicle was towed.

 

2:51 pm Detective John Porter assisted the Fire Department with a reported odor of natural gas on Mayhew Street.

 

12:19 pm A caller from West Main Street reported a minor motor vehicle accident, possibly a hit and run.  Detective John Porter responded and took a report.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, May 21, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  11 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  4 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  2 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  8 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  6 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, May 21, 2007

6:20 am A caller from Phipps Street reported that money, slips and checks were taken over the weekend.  Officers William Burchard and Jacob Campbell responded and took a report.

 

Sunday, May 20, 2007

6:46 pm A caller from Tammer Lane reported that she received multiple harassing calls from a blocked phone number.  The caller was advised to keep a call log, set her phone not to accept calls with a blocked number and to contact her phone server.

 

3:26 pm A caller reported new vandalism at the Sandy Beach bath house.  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and took a report.

 

2:39 pm A caller reported that he had a stray brown Lab in his yard.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 

1:17 pm A caller reported that three teenagers were seen leaving the storage shed at Carrigan Park.  Officer Philip Powers spoke with the three boys and they did not take anything.

 

12:12 pm An anonymous caller reported that a woman was standing in the roadway on Fruit Street accosting vehicle and impeding traffic.  Officer Thomas Griffin checked the area with a negative find.

 

10:45 am A caller from School Street reported that a lawn crew was making a lot of noise.  Officer Thomas Griffin checked the area with a negative find.

 

12:53 am Sgt. Charles Wallace stopped a vehicle on 495 and subsequently issued a criminal application to the operator for speeding and unlicensed operation of a vehicle.

 

Saturday, May 19, 2007

10:55 pm A Jordan Road resident complained about a possible under age drinking party and about beer cans that were all over the neighborhood.  Sgt. Charles Wallace spoke with the host of the party, who stated that the guests were of age and that he would clean up the cans in the morning.

 

7:20 pm A caller reported that a suspicious skinny black male, with a black jacket, was seen looking into windows on Greenwood Road.  Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officers Matthew McNeil and William Burhcard responded and subsequently arrested a 26 year old male from Hagerstown, MD for a Warrant.

 

6:33 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a vehicle on Main Street and subsequently issued a civil application for operating after a suspended license.

 

5:52 pm A caller reported that two extremely emaciated and un-kept looking stray dogs, without collars, were running loose around West Main Street.  The Animal Control Officer was advised.

 

4:48 pm A caller from Emerson Way reported finding a stray yellow Lab, with no tags, but with an invisible fence collar, in her yard.  The Animal Control Officer was advised.

 

3:49 pm An association member reported that someone had broke all the lights and the lower entrance of Walcott Valley.

 

9:50 am A resident of Hilltop Road reported a large pot hole on Said Street.  The DPW was notified.

 

9:11 am A caller reported that a medium sized brown dog was walking up the middle of West Main Street towards Upton.  Officer Philip Powers checked the area and it was gone upon his arrival.

 

Friday, May 18, 2007

10:42 pm A caller from McHugh Lane reported that his black Lab/Terrier mixed dog had been missing since the afternoon.

 

6:48 pm The State Police reported that they got a call for a road rage incident.  One of the operators showed the other operator a firearm.  Officers Gregg DeBoer and Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

6:26 pm The Ashland Police Department reported that a green Blazer was operating erratically and was heading towards Hopkinton on East Main Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:49 pm The State Police reported a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on 495.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officer Aaron O'Neil responded along with an ambulance.

 

1:11 pm A caller reported that an asphalt truck was speeding on Clinton Street.  The resident stated that they called the asphalt company and advised them of what happened.

 

8:36 am A resident from North Mill Street complained about a black sedan that operates erratically daily.  The plate number was obtained and Officer Stephen Buckley looked into the matter.

 

Thursday, May 17, 2007

10:47 pm Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officers Gregg DeBoer and Aaron O'Neil assisted the Westborough and Southborough Police Departments with locating a missing juvenile female on Cedar Street.

 

9:23 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer responded to Wood Street for a report of an argument between a father and daughter.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked and spoke with both involved.

 

8:41 pm A 911 caller from Woody Island Road reported that his neighbor was dumping paint into the lake.  Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officer Aaron O'Neil spoke with the neighbor, who accidentally had spilled a gallon of paint into the water.  The Fire Department was notified.

 

7:18 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer stopped a vehicle on Cedar Street and subsequently issued a criminal application for operating with a suspended license.

 

4:27 pm A resident of Lumber Street reported that he found some unused syringe needles that were dumped on his property.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and spoke with the resident.

 

11:33 am Officer Timothy Brennan reported a larceny of an iPod from the High School.

 

11:33 am Officer Patrick O'Brien spoke with an individual who was putting business cards in mail boxes on Pond Street.  He was advised to leave the area.

 

8:09 am A fox was reported to be in the area of Downey Street and residents were concerned about the children at the bus stop.  Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.

 

8:06 am The Ashland Police Department reported a gas evasion in their town.  Officer David Shane checked East Main Street with a negative find.

 

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

7:02 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officers Stephen Buckley, Matthew McNeil and Aaron O'Neil responded to an abandoned 911 call from a Tammer Lane resident.  A female called back and said that there was no need for officers to respond.  The resident was informed that officers must respond to a 911 call and subsequently a 45 year old male from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Assault and Battery.

 

6:39 pm There was a report that Spring Street had been flooded out.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and advised that there was a large puddle, but vehicle were able to pass.

 

3:21 pm Officer Timothy Brennan notified the bus coordinator of a bus that cut off another vehicle on Marathon Way.  Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number and followed up with the situation.

 

3:14 pm A caller reported that a wild animal was hit on Cedar Street and was still alive.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and reported that the animal was deceased.

 

2:27 pm Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for threats form the High School.

 

2:02 pm A caller reported an injured turkey in the middle of Pond Street.  The Animal Control Officer responded and stated that the turkey was gone upon his arrival.

 

12:17 pm A resident of Lowell Drive reported that a package was taken from their residence.

 

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

8:26 pm Officer Stephen Buckley responded to Doyle Lane for a past hit and run motor vehicle crash report.  The resident stated that her vehicle and a parked vehicle was hit by a box truck earlier in the afternoon.

 

7:57 pm A female victim from Davis Road requested medical treatment in regards to a domestic assault and battery.  She was transported to the hospital and a 44 year old male from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Assault and Battery.

 

5:51 pm A caller complained of dirt bikes on a Clinton Street business's property.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:30 pm A caller complained about her neighbor operating an ATV on his gravel driveway, kicking up stones onto her driveway and parked vehicle.  Officer Stephen Buckley spoke with both individuals and the ATV operator swept up the stones and will be more courteous with his riding.

 

1:38 pm A caller spoke with Officer Patrick O'Brien regarding possible fraud.

 

10:48 am Officers Patrick O'Brien and Timothy Brennan assisted the High School's administrators with a disruptive student.

 

8:20 am A caller stated that a truck lost a large piece of granite/stone on West Elm Street.  Officer Thomas Griffin responded and advised the a motor vehicle accident was the cause of the debris.

 

Monday, May 14, 2007

5:17 pm Officers Gregg DeBoer and Philip Powers responded to South Street for a report of a motor vehicle accident with no personal injury.  Officer Gregg DeBoer then advised that an operator was complaining of foot pain and requested medical attention.  The operator was transported to the hospital and the vehicle was towed.

 

5:02 pm A caller reported a badly neglected horse and pony on South Mill Street.  The Animal Control Officer was advised of the situation.

 

4:25 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a vehicle on Marathon Way.  Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officer Gregg DeBoer responded as back up and subsequently a 23 year old male from Milford was arrested and charged with Marked Lanes Violation and Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

 

4:25 pm A caller from Granite Street complained about bus one pulling over to the side of the road for twenty minutes, with all the windows closed, until the children were quiet.  The caller stated that she drove to the buses location and took her child off of the bus.  She also stated that this was not the first time that this has happened and wished for Officer Timothy Brennan to contact her.

 

2:28 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Philip Powers regarding a threat complaint.

 

2:00 pm A walk-in from Summer Street spoke with Officer Thomas Griffin regarding two credit cards that were stolen and were now being used.

 

10:54 am The Sterling Police Department reported that they had a warrant of apprehension for a person who was believed to be going to his father's residence on West Elm Street.  Officers David Shane and Thomas Griffin checked the area and were unable to locate the suspect.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, May 14, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  6 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  6 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  8 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  8 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  2 Times issued motor vehicle complaints.

  5 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, May 14, 2007

3:39 am Officer Jacob Campbell assisted the Fire Department with a report of a CO detector sounding on Stone Crossing Road.

 

Sunday, May 13, 2007

3:44 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with two people who were walking through the back garage and carport area.

 

3:20 pm A cell phone caller reported a possible plane down in the water inside the State Park.  The Southborough Police Department responded and advised that it was a possible windsurfer, mistaken for an aircraft.

 

3:09 pm There was a report of a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on South Street.  Detective Scott Van Raalten, Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officer David Shane responded along with the Fire Department.  Med Flight responded and transported one victim to the hospital.

 

7:58 am A cell phone caller reported that a black motor vehicle was passing cars over the double yellow line on East Main Street.  Officer Philip Powers stopped the vehicle on Main Street and subsequently placed a 25 year old male from Framingham in Protective Custody.

 

Saturday, May 12, 2007

8:52 pm A West Elm Street resident reported that he had been having a problem with a solicitor.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officer Linda Higgins checked and spoke with him.

 

8:24 pm There were several calls for a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of West Main Street and School Street.  Detective Scott Van Raalten, Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and subsequently arrested a 38 year old male from Ashland and charged him with OUI Liquor.

 

8:17 pm A caller from Cross Street reported that several cars were speeding in the area.  One vehicle was described as a black "low-rider". Detective Scott Van Raalten checked the area with a negative find.

 

8:01 pm A detail officer reported that there were dirt bikes in the fields behind the High School.  Detective Scott Van Raalten checked the area with a negative find.

 

7:24 pm A detail officer reported that there were dirt bikes in the fields behind the High School.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

6:34 pm A caller from Davis Road reported that teens were being pulled around, on roller blades, by a vehicle.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officers Gregg DeBoer and Patrick O'Brien responded and spoke with the youths.

 

12:34 pm The State Police reported a major accident on 495.  Life Flight responded and transformed one victim to the hospital.  Both on and off ramps were closed.

 

12:10 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was traveling over 70 mph from South Street to West Main Street.  The vehicle pulled over and spoke with someone at a gas station.  Officer David Shane responded and the vehicle had left onto 495 upon his arrival.

 

10:58 am A caller from Apple Tree Hill reported that his daughter was out of control.  Officers David Shane and Patrick O'Brien spoke with both parties and everyone had calmed down.

 

2:29 am Officer Linda Higgins advised that cars were at the Fruit Street pits.  The owner of the vehicle was contacted and she stated that her daughter had the car for the night.  A message was left on her daughters cell phone and the vehicle was towed.  Officer William Burchard noticed that the main gate to Fruit Street had been ran over and would need to be fixed.

 

3:02 am A caller reported that an erratic operator was heading towards Upton on West Main Street.  Officer William Burchard checked the area with a negative find.  The Upton Police Department was advised in case the vehicle entered there town.

 

1:46 am A caller from Lakeshore Drive reported hearing people outside of her residence.  She stated that they were "drunk" because they were talking loud and it was late.  She also stated that one of the people just left and was driving under the influence.  Officer William Burchard checked the area with a negative find.

 

Friday, May 11, 2007

10:00 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil stopped a vehicle on West Main Street and subsequently arrested a 38 year old male from Southborough and charged him with Speeding, OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense and Possession of Class D Substance.

 

6:04 pm A walk-in spoke with Sgt. Michael Sutton regarding a past domestic assault that occurred in the morning on Cross Street.

 

3:28 pm An employee of a Main Street business reported some possible lewd activity in a parked motor vehicle in front of the business.

 

3:18 pm Officer Timothy Brennan reported a larceny on an iPod at the High School.

 

11:57 am A walk-in from DiCarlo Road spoke with Officer Stephen Buckley regarding filing a criminal complaint.

 

Thursday, May 10, 2007

10:41 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil advised that there was a large amount of graffiti on the Sandy Beach bath house.

 

10:22 pm A caller from complained about a group of youths that were gathered on Lakeshore Drive.  Officer Matthew McNeil responded and observed  them leaving upon his arrival.

 

8:43 pm Officer Matthew McNeil investigated a noise complaint regarding night shooting on Fruit Street.  Officer Matthew McNeil reported that the club has scheduled night skeet/trap shooting.

 

7:48 pm A caller reported that a rude solicitor was going door to door on West Elm Street.  The solicitor was believed to be with a company that registered at the station.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

6:14 pm The Marlborough Hospital reported that they were treating a victim of a dog bite that took place earlier on Laurel Canyon Drive.  The Animal Control Officer was contacted and followed up on it.

 

3:25 pm A caller from Kimball Road reported that a stray golden retriever was on her property and was preventing her from getting into her house.  She was outside with a baby and the dog was between her and her house.  Officer Matthew McNeil responded and was able to assist the woman back into her house.

 

3:00 pm A caller from Westcott Drive reported that a car full of kids just parked their vehicle and then started walking towards the rope swing.  Officers Stephen Buckley and Aaron O'Neil responded and spoke with the group.

 

2:01 pm There was a report of a motor vehicle accident with serious personal injury on 495.  Chief Thomas Irvin and Officers Philip Powers and Timothy Brennan responded along with the Hopkinton Fire Department and the Milford Fire Department.  Officer Timothy Brennan advised that one person was ejected.  Med Flight transported one victim to the hospital.

 

1:52 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Thomas Griffin regarding credit card fraud.

 

1:20 pm A caller from Kimball Road reported that a golden Lab was running in his yard all day.  The Animal Control Officer was contacted.

 

9:25 am Officers Thomas Griffin, Philip Powers and Timothy Brennan checked Weybridge Lane for a possible domestic situation with a negative find.

 

8:20 am Officer Thomas Griffin assisted the Fire Department with a report of an outside odor of natural gas on Hayden Rowe Street.

 

2:19 am A caller from West Elm Street reported that there were some magazine sellers at her house earlier.  She stated that her dog was now barking and thinks that it may be related to the solicitors.  Officers Linda Higgins and Jacob Campbell checked the area with a negative find.

 

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

10:31 pm The Holliston Police Department reported that a black Cadillac, occupied by four youths, just smashed another motor vehicle's windshield with a log and was observed heading towards Hopkinton on North Mill Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

9:24 pm A caller reported that a black male in a white shirt was cutting across lawns on Spring Street.  Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area with a negative find.  The subject was believed to be from a company that registered with the station.

 

8:43 pm A caller from Prestwick Drive reported an aggressive and verbally abusive heavy set black female solicitor.  Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.  The subject was believed to be from a company that registered with the station.

 

7:00 pm A caller reported that a black male in a white shirt was going door to door on Overlook Road.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.  The subject was believed to be from a company that registered with the station.

 

6:05 pm The Natick Police Department requested that an officer responded to Wild Road and attempt to make contact with a parent of a female juvenile that they currently had in custody.  Officer Aaron O'Neil spoke with a brother who stated that their parents were advised of the arrest but were out of the state in Florida.  The Natick Police Department were advised.

 

3:07 pm A 911 caller from Baldwin Lane reported that her fire alarm was going off and she did not see or smell any smoke.  The caller was advised to get everyone out of the house.  Officers Stephen Buckley and Philip Powers assisted the Fire Department.

 

2:40 pm A caller reported that a kid on a motor bike was riding in St. John's Cemetery.  Officer Patrick O'Brien checked both cemeteries with a negative find.  Officer Patrick O'Brien spoke with a person who stated that they saw a motorized bike leave the area about 5-10 minutes ago.

 

8:52 am A caller reported that there was newspaper all over the road on Clinton Street.  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and advised the DPW to clean it up.

 

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

11:07 pm A caller reported that there was a large amount of broken glass in the roadway on South Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area and stated that it was remnants from an earlier crash.  A message was left for the DPW to clean it up in the morning.

 

9:25 pm A caller reported that a three black males were sitting on a wall on School Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.  The subjects were believed to be from a company that registered with the station.

 

8:45 pm A caller reported that a black male flagged him down and stated that he was lost and was trying to find a service station.  Officer Gregg DeBoer located the subject who was a solicitor from a company that registered with the station.

 

7:35 pm A walk-in from East Street spoke with Officer Matthew McNeil regarding internet fraud.  The person was referred to the Northborough Police Department because it was in there jurisdiction.

 

7:02 pm A caller reported that a black male in a white shirt was observed coming out from between houses on Spring Street.  Detective Scott Van Raalten located that registered solicitor and transported him to the intersection of Spring Street and Wood Street to meet his ride.

 

6:57 pm Officer Matthew McNeil advised that he just removed two youths who were skateboarding on Main Street.

 

5:29 pm Officer Matthew McNeil responded to Cross Street for a credit card fraud report.

 

4:38 pm A caller from Spring Street reported that there was a possible rabid raccoon in their yard.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

10:31 am A High School senior reported harassing behavior from an ex-boyfriend.  The incident was referred to the courts to seek a restraining order.

 

Monday, May 7, 2007

10:11 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on East Main Street and subsequently issued a criminal application to the operator for defective equipment and operating a motor vehicle with no license.  The owner of the vehicle was also issued a civil complaint for allowing operation of the motor vehicle.  All the passengers were given verbal warnings for not wearing a seat belt.

 

5:57 pm A 911 caller from Valentine Road reported a possible missing child.  The resident then called back, while officers were in route, and advised that the child was home safe.  Officer Matthew McNeil continued to the house and spoke with the parent who confirmed that all was in order.

 

4:40 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.  The operator was issued a criminal application for a revoked/uninsured/unregistered motor vehicle.

 

4:30 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer, the Hopkinton Fire Department and the Ashland Police and Fire Department responded to a report of a bus fire that was spreading into the woods on Cedar Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer advised that it was a brush fire that spread from a camp fire and that there was no motor vehicle's involved.

 

4:29 pm A manager of a Cedar Street business reported that she was being threatened by an employee.  Detective Scott Van Raalten, Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and stated that the employee had been terminated and peace was restored.

 

3:47 pm A caller from earlier reported that the vehicle from the previous incident was now parked at a construction site on Snowy Owl Road.  Officers Gregg DeBoer responded and spoke with the contractors working who stated that they took a couple of buckets of water from the stream to mix mortar.

 

2:45 pm A caller reported that a male, in a beat up looking white pick-up truck, was possibly dumping something in the stream that runs under Snowy Owl Road.  Officer David Shane checked the area and was unable to locate the truck matching the description.

 

1:01 pm Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for a purse which was stolen from the cafeteria during the Grand March for the Junior Prom.

 

11:18 am An off duty, out of town officer, reported that a male was laying in the grass near the 495 ramps.  Officer David Shane responded and advised that the man was hitch hiking to New Bedford.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, May 7, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  9 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  7 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  5 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  4 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  1 Time issued motor vehicle complaints.

  1 Community Policing Action.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Sunday, May 6, 2007

9:19 pm A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in a Cedar Street parking lot.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and advised the operator to leave.

 

7:55 pm A caller reported that while she was watching a baseball game at Carrigan Park she saw a man dump trash bags into the dumpster.  Sgt. Michael Sutton was advised of the situation.

 

5:27 pm A caller reported that two vehicles were racing on Hayden Rowe Street, coming from Milford.  Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:47 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil performed a vandalism investigation on Blueberry Lane.

 

1:43 pm A caller reported that his daughter was watching a home for a resident, who was away, on Ash Street, and there appeared to be some property damage done by an unknown motor vehicle.  Officer David Shane responded and reported that there was damage to a mail box and there was some debris on the property.

 

1:11 pm The Franklin Police Department requested that a resident of Hayden Rowe Street be taken into custody for a restraining order violation.  Officers David Shane and Stephen Buckley responded and were unable to locate the resident.

 

12:16 pm A caller reported that some youths were climbing on top of the bath house roof at Sandy Beach.  Officer Stephen Buckley located and spoke with the youths.  There was no visible damage to the roof.

 

12:06 pm Officer Stephen Buckley distributed five bicycle helmets to youths on North Mill Street.

 

12:35 am Sgt. Charles Wallace stopped a motor vehicle on South Street and subsequently issued a criminal application for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and defective equipment.  The vehicle was towed and the registered owner was issued a civil application for allowing operation of the motor vehicle.

 

Saturday, May 5, 2007

7:17 pm A 911 caller from Wood Street reported a missing three year old.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and upon his arrival the child was found hiding outside.

 

6:56 pm A caller reported that trees were on fire on Wilson Street.  Sgt. Charles Wallace checked the area and it was the gas plant venting.

 

3:17 pm A caller from A Street reported that a suspicious vehicle stopped in front of her house and spoke with her young daughter.  Officer Timothy Brennan responded and took a report.

 

1:56 pm A Main Street business owner reported that a young boy pulled down a store display and cut himself on the cheek while he was doing it.  The father of the boy stated that "he would own the store".  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and spoke with the the business owner.

 

1:34 pm A caller reported that kids were in the road on Downey Street and were not moving when cars drove by.  Officer David Shane responded and spoke with the kids.

 

11:59 am A caller reported that a vehicle was parked in the way of other vehicles entering and exiting on Hayden Rowe Street.  The caller spoke with the owner of the vehicle, who stated that she had a disabled child and would not move.  Officer David Shane checked the area with a negative find.

 

3:04 am Officer William Burchard stopped a vehicle on Wood Street and subsequently the operator was cited for Minor Transporting an Open Container.  Also, Officer William Burchard arrested a 21 year old male from Mansfield for Outstanding Warrants.

 

12:41 am A caller reported that a man was walking down Cedar Street with a small child.  Officer Aaron O'Neil located them and he was involved in a minor argument with his girlfriend at there home on Hayden Rowe Street..  His girlfriend came and picked them up and stated that they were welcomed back.

 

12:22 am Officer William Burchard spoke with a youth that was standing in some bushes on Alprilla Farm Road.

 

Friday, May 4, 2007

9:37 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on Cedar Street and subsequently issued a civil citation for a defective exhaust and plate light.  Officer Matthew McNeil then arrested the operator, a 17 year old male from Wrentham, for OUI Liquor and Possession of Class D Substance.  Officer Matthew McNeil also arrested an 18 year old male from Millis for Person Under 21 Possession of Liquor.

 

9:26 pm A 911 caller reported a possible fire on Oakhurst Road.  Officer Stephen Buckley and the Fire Department checked the area with a negative find.

 

9:19 pm A caller reported that a motor vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and passing on the double yellow line heading west on Main Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and stopped the motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil issued the operator a criminal application for unlicensed operation and the owner  for failure to inspect and for allowing an unlicensed driver to operate the motor vehicle.  The vehicle was towed.

 

9:13 pm A caller reported that a black male with a white shirt and tie was going door to door soliciting for the "second to none project".  Officers were advised but were unable to respond due to higher priority calls.

 

8:54 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on West Elm Street and subsequently issued a criminal application to the operator for operation after license suspended.  One passenger was issued a criminal application for indecent exposure and the other passenger was directed to operate the motor vehicle.

 

8:31 pm A caller from Country Way complained about a solicitor using high pressure sales tactics.  Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area and located the subject on Canterbury Lane.  Officer Matthew McNeil advised him of the town's solicitation rules and ordered him to cease his activities for the night.

 

6:58 pm A caller from Wood Street reported that his wife observed an unknown white male, in a blue SUV, at the end of their driveway, talking to their four year old son.  The operator drove off when he observed his wife approaching.  Officer Aaron O'Neil took a report.

 

3:45 pm A caller from DiCarlo Road reported that a male in his twenties, wearing a white shirt with "Pest Control" written on it, was just on her property acting disoriented to her.  He did not leave her property until she threatened to call the police.  Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area and was unable to locate the male.

 

3:34 pm A customer of a Main Street bank reported that kids were skateboarding on the bank's sidewalk and jumping off the sidewalk, blindly into the parking lot.  Officer Stephen Buckley responded and the kids were gone upon their arrival.

 

2:22 pm A cell phone caller reported that a black pick-up truck was being operated on Lumber Street with very long pipes strapped to the truck sideways.  Officers Thomas Griffin and Philip Powers checked the area.  Officer Thomas Griffin located the truck and spoke with the operator regarding him loading his vehicle.

 

9:40 am A caller from Hayden Rowe Street reported mailbox damage caused by a paving company.  Officer Patrick O'Brien contacted the company for a resolution.

 

1:50 am Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on 495 and subsequently arrested a 26 year old male from Woonsocket, RI and charged him with Marked Lanes Violation and OUI Liquor.

 

Thursday, May 3, 2007

10:57 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded as back up and subsequently a 43 year old male from Milford was arrested and charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended, Subsequent Offense.

 

9:43 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil responded to a vehicle that hit a deer on East Main Street.  Officer Aaron O'Neil confirmed that the animal was dead and a message was left for the DPW to remove it in the morning.

 

9:42 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped two vehicles on Hayden Rowe Street.  A criminal application was issued to one operator for Operation of a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended.  A criminal application was issued to the other operator for Operation of a Motor Vehicle Without a License.  The registered owner was also issued a criminal application for Allowing an Unlicensed Operator to Operate a Motor Vehicle.  Both vehicle were towed.

 

5:15 pm  A caller reported new graffiti on Parkwood Road.  The caller advised that he could not wait for an officer because he was on his way home.  Officer Philip Powers was advised and checked the property.

 

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

9:41 pm A caller from Hayden Rowe Street complained that a dog had been outside, barking for over two hours.  Officer Philip Powers responded and and did not hear any barking dog.  The Animal Control Officer was advised of the situation.

 

8:31 pm A caller from Davis Road complained about youths playing basketball in the street and bouncing balls off of the building and parked cars.  Officers Gregg DeBoer and Philip Powers responded and spoke with a small group of youths who were supervised by adults.

 

4:55 pm A caller reported that two chocolate Labs were wandering around in the State Park with no one attending to them.  The caller also stated that one of the dogs had a collar on it that said "service dog".  The Animal Control Officer checked the park and was unable to locate the dogs.

 

3:49 pm A caller reported a motor vehicle accident with property damage on Hayden Rowe Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and a State Police Officers arrived as back up.  Subsequently a 39 year old female from Hopedale was arrested and charged with Possession of Class D Substance.

 

3:39 pm Officer Thomas Lemon responded to Hayden Rowe Street regarding an incident between a male and female custodian reported by the custodian supervisor. Officer Thomas Lemon responded and advised that no physical contact or interaction took place.

 

12:59 pm A resident of School Street reported finding broken egg's in his mailbox.  Officer Thomas Griffin spoke with the caller and took a report.

 

6:28 am An East Street resident reported that her mailbox had been taken out of the ground and was now in the middle of her driveway.  The caller stated that this is the second time that this has happened.  Officer Jacob Campbell checked the area and confirmed that the mailbox had been vandalized.

 

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

9:03 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer responded to Spring Street on a road hazard complaint.  Officer Gregg DeBoer confirmed some large pot holes and a message was left for both the Highway Department and the Water Department to look into the matter.

 

7:18 pm A resident of School Street reported that a note and egg's were left inside their mailbox.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and took a report.

 

4:58 pm A caller from B Street reported that an older heavy set white male approached them asking if they had seen his cat.  The subject left the area on foot when he observed the parent.  Officer Thomas Lemon checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:52 pm A caller from Newbury Street reported that a solicitor was going door to door trying to sell steaks from a small white refrigerated box truck with CT plates.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:18 pm A caller complained about an outside fire on South Mill Street.  The Fire Department advised that the resident had a burning permit.

 

3:48 pm A Ralph Road resident complained about deep pot holes on the construction side of Spring Street creating a road hazard.  The caller also complained that the DPW was not fixing the pot holes due to the on-going construction planed for Spring Street.  A message was left for the DPW to check the roadway.

 

9:00 am A caller from Main Street reported that a motor vehicle had been parked in the same spot for approximately half an hour and was staring inside the business.  Officer Philip Powers spoke with the operator and they were waiting for the business to open.

 

Monday, April 30, 2007

6:03 pm A caller reported a brush fire on Fruit Street.  The caller stated that two men were trying to stomp it out but were unsuccessful.  Officer Aaron O'Neil and the Fire Department responded and the fire was out upon there arrival.

 

4:03 pm Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for a larceny of an iPod video player.

 

3:54 pm Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for cash that was stolen from the boy's locker room.

 

3:38 pm A caller reported that a dumpster was being dropped on in the middle of the road on Price Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and stated that it was not a road hazard.  It was there just for a few minutes, while they swapped the full one for an empty one.

 

1:13 pm A walk in from Bowker Road spoke with Officer Stephen Buckley regarding a computer that was purchased under his name.

 

9:55 am A resident of Fenton Street reported that her purse was stolen from an unsecured motor vehicle over night.

 

9:48 am A caller from Pinecrest Village requested assistance in removing a landscaping company from his premise.  Officers Stephen Buckley and Patrick O'Brien responded and removed them.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, April 30, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  3 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  6 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  5 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  4 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, April 30, 2007

7:16 am A resident of Priscilla Road reported that an older male was searching through her trash.  Officer Stephen Buckley responded and it appeared to have been someone who was working for the town.

 

6:14 am A caller from Cross Street reported hearing "shots" fired behind her house.  Officer William Burchard checked the area with a negative find.

 

Sunday, April 29, 2007

4:42 pm A caller from Westcott Drive spoke with Officer Gregg DeBoer regarding an egg that he found in his mailbox.

 

2:28 pm A caller reported that there was an ATV on Lakeshore Drive.  Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area with a negative find.

 

1:18 pm A past employee of a Wilson Street business reported that she had recently spoken with a guard and she felt that "something may be going on." Officers David Shane and Patrick O'Brien checked the area and found no suspicious activity.

 

Saturday, April 28, 2007

11:33 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officers Aaron O'Neil and Philip Powers responded to Meserve Street for a second noise complaint regarding a party.  An outside fire was put out and the officers moved the youths inside.

 

10:43 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officers Aaron O'Neil responded to Meserve Street to investigate a noise complaint.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett spoke with the parent of a youth, who was hosting a gathering, and they turned off the music.

 

10:38 pm A caller reported that he almost struck three youths, dressed in black, walking down the center of Wood Street near the boat landing.  Officer Timothy Brennan responded and located the group.  The parents of the youths were contacted and Officer Timothy Brennan transported them to the station for their parents to pick them up.

 

9:19 pm A resident of West Elm Street reported that lights were on and there was activity in a new construction site but the caller could not see the owner's motor vehicle.  Officers Timothy Brennan checked the area and stated that the construction site was unsecured with no lights on.

 

9:09 pm A caller reported that his wife was cleaning a building on Main Street and was hearing strange noises inside.  Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the building, spoke with the cleaner and everything appeared to be in order.

 

6:15 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Aaron O'Neil responded to a report of a tree down on Verizon wires on Cedar Street.  Verizon was contacted and refused to respond.  The DPW called Joe Regan to remove the tree.

 

5:50 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil checked a on vehicles at EMC park, after receiving a complaint from a walk in.

 

1:05 pm A caller, who was running a rummage sale on Wood Street, reported that an individual, who has caused some issues before, was on scene.  Officers Thomas Griffin and Patrick O'Brien checked and spoke with the caller.

 

12:29 pm There were several calls regarding a tree that was done on wires on Cedar Street.

 

12:29 pm A cell phone caller reported that there was some type of large propane cylinder in the roadway on Lumber Street.  Officer Philip Powers responded and stated that it was an empty gas grill cylinder and a message was left for the DPW to remove it.

 

11:13 am A resident of Davis Road wanted to see an officer regarding a possible forced entry into her motor vehicle.  Officer Thomas Griffin responded and stated that there was minor hood damage, that was unrelated, and there was no forced entry attempted.

 

Friday, April 27, 2007

11:52 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett checked and spoke with a pedestrian walking on West Main Street.

 

8:46 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on West Main Street.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Stephen Buckley responded as back up and subsequently a 35 year old male from Framingham was arrested and charged with Marked Lanes Violation and Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

 

5:28 pm Officers Stephen Buckley, Matthew McNeil and Timothy Brennan responded to a reported two car motor vehicle accident on Main Street.  One operator was transported to the hospital with head injuries.

 

1:59 pm There were several calls regarding a working house fire.  The fire was reported to be in the garage and was working toward the rest of the house.  Chief Thomas Irvin, Detective John Porter, Sgt. Charles Wallace and Officers Stephen Buckley, Thomas Griffin, Matthew McNeil, Timothy Brennan and William Burchard responded along with the Fire Department.  Sgt. Charles Wallace requested an ambulance for a patient with facial abrasions, burns and smoke inhalation.

 

Thursday, April 26, 2007

4:12 pm The Hopkinton High School athletic trainer called regarding vehicles that were parked, blocking emergency motor vehicle access to the athletic fields.  Officer Thomas Lemon checked the Loop Road and fields and reported that there was no emergency access problems.

 

9:07 am The bus coordinator informed Officer Stephen Buckley that a bus was stuck at Pond Street and Lamplighter Street due to a large back up of trucks.  Officer David Shane checked the area and there was a large truck trying to load a piece of equipment.  Officer David Shane informed the operator to stop loading and to check with the chief for a better time of the day.

 

8:45 am A Detail Officer reported that a passing motorists advised him that the "Road Closed" sign was no up on Spring Street.  Officer David Shane checked the area.

 

7:28 am A caller reported that traffic was traveling on Rice Street at a fast rate of speed.

 

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

4:17 pm A caller reported that a suspicious silver camper conversion van, operated by an older male, drove by the bus, at the intersection of Nicholas Road and Colella Road, two times at an extreme slow speed.  The caller also stated that the operator was "eye balling" her and the children that she was with at the bus stop.  Officer Matthew McNeil was advised of the situation.

 

1:49 pm A caller from Jamie Lane reported that a very pushy magazine solicitor was at her door.  When she stated that she wanted to check with the Police Department to see if they had registered with the police, he became even more pushy.  Officers Thomas Griffin and David Shane located the male and his group was not registered.  He waited to be picked up by his ride on Pond Street.

 

10:01 am The DPW reported that a vehicle, which was being towed, had rolled over and possibly leaked fuel.  Detective John Porter, Officers Stephen Buckley, Thomas Lemon and David Shane responded along with the Fire Department.  A tow truck was requested for the vehicle that rolled over and for the truck that was towing it because it was unregistered.  A complaint application was issued for several motor vehicle violations.

 

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

7:30 pm A caller reported an injured dog on Walcott Street near C Street.  Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area and the dog was fine.

 

7:23 pm A caller reported that a school bus was driving on East Main Street with someone throwing things out the window.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked that area with a negative find.

 

2:18 pm The Fire Department stated that they were responding to a report from the state fire tower of smoke in the area of Saddle Hill Road.  Detective John Porter and Officer Patrick O'Brien responded to assist and advised that they were unable to locate any smoke.  The Fire Department believed to have located a permitted burn in Southborough that may have been the source of the smoke.

 

12:29 pm Officer David Shane issued a verbal warning for a one-way violation to an operator on Main Street.

 

Monday, April 23, 2007

5:04 pm Sgt. Michael Sutton assisted an agent of the U.S. State Department's Diplomatic Security Department with a local background check.

 

4:40 A resident of Ledgestone Drive reported smoke coming from the Chestnut Street area.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded along with the Fire Department.  The Fire Department determined that the smoke was coming from a large brush fire in Milford.

 

4:15 pm A caller from Westcott Drive complained about a large amount of youths using her property as a cut through to the Lake Whitehall rope swing.  Officers Thomas Lemon and Aaron O'Neil responded and removed four swimmers from the area.

 

1:55 pm Officer Stephen Buckley removed three youths from the Skate Park on Hayden Rowe Street due to failure to follow the "no helmet" rule.

 

12:20 pm A caller reported that a possible man was down on the Hayden Rowe Street sidewalk.  Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area with a negative find.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Monday, April 23, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  16 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  12 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  3 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  7 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  2 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Sunday, April 22, 2007

10:25 pm Officer Stephen Buckley checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle parked on Rafferty Road.

 

8:28 pm A caller from Chamberlain Street reported a noise complaint and possible under age drinking.  Officers Stephen Buckley, Matthew McNeil and Aaron O'Neil responded and reported that the resident was home and all was quiet.

 

2:57 pm A walk in from Leman Lane reported that she owns a condo, that is vacant, and while doing a walk thru, it appeared that there may have been an attempted forced entry.  A picture id was found and Officers Stephen Buckley investigated.

 

1:37 pm A cell phone caller reported that a dog was locked inside a truck, with all the windows rolled up, in a East Main Street business parking lot.  The Ashland Police Department was advised.

 

Saturday, April 21, 2007

10:39 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett reported that he had spotted a group of youths on Blueberry Lane.  Officers Stephen Buckley and Aaron O'Neil also responded and one youth was determined to have been drinking.  The parents were notified and picked their child up.

 

10:01 pm A caller requested to meet with officers on Eastview Road regarding youths that were found drinking and then sent on their way.  Officers Stephen Buckley, Matthew McNeil and Aaron O'Neil responded and made a check of the area for any damage with a negative find.

 

9:17 pm Officer Matthew McNeil checked a motor vehicle that was parked on Parker Point Road.  The registered owner's father was contacted and he gave his daughters cell phone number so that an officer could contact her.  The owners was contacted and stated that she was taking a walk with her boyfriend and would contact her parents directly.

 

8:15 pm A caller reported that there was a motor vehicle, that had been stuck in the mud for over a week, in the woods off of the old railroad line on the Hopkinton/Milford town line.  The caller stated that youths were starting to break the windows by throwing rocks at it.  A message was left on the registered owner's father's answering machine for the owner to contact the Police Department.

 

7:54 pm A caller reported that a male, dressed in dark clothing, was attempting to stop traffic on West Main Street.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett checked the area and he was gone upon his arrival.

 

6:00 pm Officer Mathew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on Fruit Street.  Officer Stephen Buckley responded as back up and subsequently an 18 year old male from Framingham was arrested and charged with Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Speeding.

 

1:57 pm A resident from Main Street reported that she drove another resident to the library and then was suppose to pick her up later in the day.  When she returned to pick her up, she was gone.  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and located the woman.

 

12:14 pm A couple of callers complained about a vehicle that was parked at Elwood School with their back end hanging out into traffic on Elm Street.  Officer Philip Powers located the owner and she moved the vehicle.

 

11:25 am A female operator reported that there was a black Honda Civic driving close to her and beeping the horn.  The vehicle went another direction of South Street and the plate that was given was not a valid number.

 

8:27 am While walking behind Hopkins School, on Loop Road, a female found a swastika carved into a tree.  Officer Patrick O'Brien found the swastika, photographed it and then removed it.

 

1:19 am Officer William Burchard stopped a motor vehicle on Hayward Street.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett responded as back up and subsequently a 42 year old male from Upton was arrested and charged with OUI Liquor and Motor Vehicle Lights Violation.

 

12:12 am A caller from West Main Street reported that two males, that were dropped off by the State Police, were giving some trouble.  Officer William Burchard responded.

 

Friday, April 20, 2007

11:39 pm A caller reported that there was red liquid on the side of Wyman Lane and Mill Street.  Officer William Burchard checked the area with a negative find.

 

10:50 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Thomas Lemon responded to Wood Street for a report of a suspicious motor vehicle that was parked in the residence driveway, with it's lights on, for over 15 minutes.  Subsequently a 40 year old female from Framingham was placed into Protective Custody.

 

8:53 pm A caller reported that an unknown teenage male was walking around his property on Church Street.  Officers Gregg DeBoer and Thomas Lemon responded and located the subject.  The officers advised that the male was searching for his brother, as a result of a prank that was being played on him.

 

7:22 pm Officer Thomas Lemon responded to Wilson Street for an animal complaint.  The owner was requested to keep her dogs out of the neighbors yard.

 

5:25 pm A caller reported that a group of six youths were skateboarding in a Main Street parking lot.  The caller asked the group to leave and received verbal abuse from the youths.  Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area and they were gone upon his arrival.

 

5:07 pm Officers Gregg DeBeor and Thomas Lemon responded to Washington Street for a complaint on a loud dirt bike operating on restricted conservation land.  Officer Gregg DeBoer stated that the operator fled the area upon his arrival.  The operator was then located on Wood Street and was spoken to.

 

4:09 pm A caller from Parkwood Drive reported that someone had been parking a lift in the area for the past week.  Officer Gregg DeBoer located the lift and was able to identify a possible owner.

 

3:58 pm Officer Matthew McNeil reported that he was with four individuals at the Old Town Beach on Cedar Street.  Officer Matthew McNeil responded as back up and subsequently three criminal applications were issued for Possession of Class D Substance.

 

11:30 am Sgt. Charles Wallace took a report of suspicious activity on Apple Tree Hill.

 

1:18 pm Officer Thomas Griffin took a larceny report from a School Street resident.

 

11:43 am Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for tagging on Fruit Street.

 

10:52 am A caller reported vandalism to the soccer fields on East Street.  Officer Timothy Brennan viewed the damage and took a report.

 

Thursday, April 19, 2007

9:53 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on East Main Street.  Officer Thomas Lemon responded as back up and subsequently a 43 year old male from Milford was arrested and charged with Marked Lanes Violation and OUI Liquor.

 

9:26 pm A caller reported suspicious activity on Piazza Lane.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officers Gregg DeBoer and Thomas Lemon responded and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle.  The operator thought they were on town conservation land, but they were on private property and were asked to leave the area.

 

7:16 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer responded to Washington Lane on a complaint of a loud dirt bike being operated on restricted conservation land.  Officers Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

6:43 pm A caller reported that two teenage skateboarders were slaloming down the center of Chestnut Street.  Officer Thomas Lemon located and spoke with the skateboarders.

 

6:05 pm A caller reported that a Golden Retriever was running into traffic on East Main Street.  Officer Thomas Lemon checked the area with a negative find.

 

5:11 pm A caller from Walcott Valley Drive reported that her gray in-door cat got out of the house.  The cat has a pink collar and a micro chi id tag implanted.  The Animal Control Officer was contacted.

 

2:52 pm A walk in spoke to Officer David Shane regarding possible fraud on South Street.

 

7:00 am A caller from Tammer Lane reported hearing what she believed to be gun shots.  Officer Philip Powers checked the area with a negative find.

 

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

5:42 pm The Southborough Police Department reported that they received a call of two people walking in the road on Cedar Street. Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and they were a small child and a mother.

 

11:03 am A cell phone caller reported an erratic operator on Cedar Street.  Sgt. Charles Wallace located the truck and stopped it on Park Street.  The operator was spoken with and he stated that he was looking at his map and that was the cause for the erratic operation.  The operator was also issued a verbal warning for failure to signal for a turn.

 

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

10:51 pm A caller from Brook Hollow Lane reported hearing a male screaming.  Officers Gregg DeBoer, Thomas Lemon and Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.

 

7:31 pm Sgt. Michael Sutton performed an investigation on Maple Street.

 

1:12 pm A caller from Edge Hill Road reported that a person rang their doorbell at 7:30 pm on Sunday and there was no one there when she answered it.  When she went outside she noticed someone, dressed in all black with a hood, staring at her from the bottom of the hill.  The person was gone when her husband checked the area.  A friend of the caller saw the a person matching the description in the area on Monday.  A email was left for Officer Aaron O'Neil to follow up with this situation.

 

12:58 pm A resident from Hayden Rowe Street reported that she feels as though her neighbors have a conspiracy against her. She stated her neighbor's friends are driving by her home, beeping horns and yelling loudly while she is outside.  Officers David Shane took a report.

 

Monday, April 16, 2007

6:02 pm A caller reported that a Rottweiler was running around, unleashed, at the State Park.  The owner was a heavy set male with blue jeans and a barn coat.  The Ashland Police Department was advised.

 

4:30 pm A caller stated that a person with a restraining order and four outstanding warrants was at a location on Leonard Street.  The Southborough Police Department was advised and they attempted to pick arrest subject with a negative find.

 

2:06 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was driving slow then fast and was all over the road on 495.  The State Police were contacted and attempted to locate the vehicle.  The State Police called back and stated that the operator was arrested for an OUI.

 

reported by Eric Montville Updated Tuesday, April 17, 2007

SUMMARY

The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not reported in the detail report which follows.

  6 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, Animal Control or another department or town.

  11 Motor Vehicle Checks.

  8 Motor vehicle accidents without injury.

  10 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

  2 Times issued motor vehicle complaints.

  4 Community Policing Actions.

 

DETAIL REPORT:

Monday, April 16, 2007

7:42 am A caller reported that a large tree limb was hanging low on wires over School Street.  The DPW was advised and it turned out to be over the Upton town line and they handled it.

 

6:59 am A caller reported that a large tree was down on Proctor Street.  The DPW was advised of the situation.

 

6:14 am The Ashland Police Department reported that there was a can of paint rolling around on East Main Street.  An officer from there department picked up the can and put it on the side of the road.

 

Sunday, April 15, 2007

10:59 pm A caller reported that she was stuck on the cape and her teenage daughter was home alone.  She stated that her daughter was authorized to have one female friend spend the night and she believed that there was a party taking place at her residence on Eastview Road.  Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officer Linda Higgins responded and broke up the party.  The father arrived on scene and took his daughter to his residence for the night.

 

7:10 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil assisted the Fire Department on a report of a gas furnace with a steam leak on C Street.

 

6:47 pm A caller from Smith Road reported that eggs were thrown at her house during the night.  Officer Aaron O'Neil spoke with the caller and stated that there appeared to be no damage to the house.

 

Saturday, April 14, 2007

10:51 pm A caller from Alprilla Farm Road reported that white pick up truck just egged his house.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with the resident and were unable to locate the suspect motor vehicle.

 

6:08 pm A caller from Saddle Hill Road reported that his daughter was doing homework on the second floor when she heard a pop noise and then discovered what appeared to be a BB or bullet hole through a double pain window and a pillow.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officers Gregg DeBoer and Matthew McNeil responded and stated the damage appeared to be from a golf ball.

 

5:20 pm A caller reported go carts running up and down Mayhew Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

4:50 pm A 911 caller reported that a vehicle came speeding around a corner on Alprilla Farm Road.  The vehicle went sideways and left tire marks on the roadway.  The caller stated that this was a constant occurrence.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officers Gregg DeBoer, Matthew McNeil and Timothy Brennan investigated.

 

1:02 pm A caller from West Elm Street reported that an older couple entered a house that was under construction.  Officer David Shane spoke with the two individuals who were just looking around and would not do it again.

 

1:17 am Officer Jacob Campbell stopped a motor vehicle on Main Street and subsequently arrested a 37 year old female, from Milford and charged her with Marked Lanes Violation and OUI Liquor.

 

Friday, April 13, 2007

7:50 pm A caller from Front Street reported that a motor vehicle parked on his lawn and the operator just walked away from it.  Officer Thomas Lemon responded and advised that there were several vehicles parked in the area belonging to a local youths attending a surprised birthday party.

 

7:20 pm Detective Scott Van Raalten, Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Matthew McNeil responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on Grove Street.  The dispatcher spoke with the suspect by phone and advised him that a restraining order had been issued and he was not allowed to go home.  The suspect stated that he was staying out of town with friends and refused to give his location.

 

6:48 pm A caller reported that a silver sports car was parked on West Main Street with a male passed out in the drivers seat.  Detective Scott Van Raalten and Officers Thomas Lemon and Matthew McNeil responded and located the vehicle.  Officer Thomas Lemon transported the operator to the station for him to get picked up by one of his friends.

 

4:28 pm Officers Thomas Lemon and Gregg DeBoer responded to North Street on a report of a suspicious male, dressed in all black, who was watching children at play.  The male left in a black motor vehicle when he was noticed by the children.  Officer Gregg Deboer located the subject on Fruit Street who stated that he was collecting cans on the road sides.

 

3:05 pm Officer Timothy Brennan requested an incident number for a larceny of an iPod from the girls locker room and the High School.

 

1:33 pm Two callers reported that there were two males on Main Street hitch hiking and carrying signs.  Officer Philip Powers located them and there signs said "495 North".  They were looking for a ride to Stockbridge.

 

12:33 pm A caller reported that a red pickup truck was traveling at high rate of speed on Saddle Hill Road and had almost forced the caller off the road.  Officer David Shane responded to the area and was unable to located the vehicle.

 

11:27 am The Highway Director spoke with Officer David Shane regarding a landscaping crew blowing yard waste into Apple Tree Hill.  Officer David Shane spoke with the crew who stated that they were waiting until they were done to sweep it all up.

 

10:32 am A caller reported that a tractor trailer unit had jack knifed at the State Park Headquarters on Cedar Street.  Chief Thomas Irvin and Officers Philip Powers and David Shane responded and requested a tow for the truck.

 

5:38 am A caller from East Main Street reported a violation of a town by-law.  Officer William Burchard spoke with the employee who advised that he would speak with the truck drivers and have them removed as soon as possible.

 

1:22 am Officer William Burchard came across a deer, on Hayden Rowe Street, which was still alive but appeared to have been hit by a vehicle.  Officer William Burchard put the deer down.

 

Thursday, April 12, 2007

9:16 pm The Milford Police Department reported an erratic operator on South Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.

 

10:05 am A caller reported that a red Ford Explorer was traveling at a high rate of speed on Teresa Road.  Officer David Shane checked the area with a negative find.

 

7:59 am There were multiple calls for a motor vehicle accident with possible injuries on West Main Street.  Officers Patrick O'Brien and Stephen Buckley responded and one individual was transported to the hospital.

 

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

5:15 pm Officers Thomas Lemon and Aaron O'Neil responded to Pleasant Street for a domestic disturbance.

 

3:36 pm A walk in reported that skateboarders were in a churches parking lot on Main Street.  Officer Gregg DeBoer spoke with the youths and advised them to move along.

 

9:00 am A caller reported that she was nearly hit in the crosswalk on Church Street.  Officer Stephen Buckley attempted to contact the operator of the vehicle.

 

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

11:52 pm A walk in spoke with Sgt. Michael Sutton regarding a larceny of a cell phone from a business on South Street.

 

6:44 pm A caller reported a road rage incident on 495.  Officer Matthew McNeil located the vehicle involved and spoke with the operator.

 

4:56 pm Officer Stephen Buckley removed one youth from the skate park for not wearing required protective gear.

 

2:18 pm A resident from Briarcliff Drive reported that their lawn was damaged by an unknown motor vehicle.  Officer Patrick O'Brien responded and advised that there was minor damage to the lawn.

 

9:53 am A caller from Pond Street reported hearing a loud bang on the back door, as if someone was trying to gain entrance.  Officers Thomas Griffin and Patrick O'Brien checked the house and the surrounding area with a negative find.

 

Monday, April 9, 2007

11:05 pm Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett, Sgt. Michael Sutton and Officers Stephen Buckley, Linda Higgins and Jacob Campbell responded to West Main Street on multiple 911 calls regarding a domestic in progress.  Subsequently a 21 year old male from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Assault and Assault and Battery.

 

9:33 pm Officer Matthew McNeil stopped a motor vehicle on South Street.  Sgt. Joseph E. Bennett and Officer Stephen Buckley responded as back up.  Officer Matthew McNeil requested a K-9 unit from the State Police.  Subsequently an 18 year old male from Ashland was arrested and charged with Possession of Class D Substance and an 18 year old male from Ashland was arrested and charged with Person Under 21 Possession of Liquor.

 

5:20 pm Officer Matthew McNeil checked and spoke with an individual who was walking on Fruit Street.

 

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