A window with a sign that read “Help!”, and lots of lost & found activity at the station.
- On February 13, 18-year old Jack Shirley of Whitinsville, MA was arrested on charges of:
- Disorderly Conduct
- Destruction of property, $1,200 – Malice
February 13, 2023
- Officer Salentik reported a vehicle parked out in front of a house on Pleasant Street. The vehicle was logged. Later that day, the vehicle was reported by a caller who stated that it had been there since midnight. Multiple officers responded to the second call and pulled the vehicle over. The owners stated that they were just changing a tire and would be on their way soon.
- A caller reported a suspicious vehicle parked outside of her house on North Street. Officer Diaz reported and checked the area with a negative find.
- A walk-in came in with a phone found on the roadway in bushes.
- A party requested to speak with an officer about his ex-wife moving money from account. Clear-advice was given.
- Officer Salentik checked on a vehicle parked on the side of the roadway on Wood Street. AAA was on the way.
- A struck dog was reported on School Street. Officer Salentik responded and the owner was located.
February 14, 2023
- Upton PD reported an erratic operator heading into Hopkinton on West Main Street. Officer Ekross checked the area with a negative find.
- The Water Department reported a fire hydrant was struck by a semi truck on Avenue F. Officer Ekross responded, spoke with the Water Department and took a report.
- A caller reported a vehicle all over the roadway that had almost hit another vehicle on I-495. Multiple officer responded and checked the area with a negative find.
- Officer Staback responded to a motor vehicle accident. No personal injuries were reported.
- Officer Ekross responded to a larceny incident on West Main Street. A report was taken.
- A caller reported a dead deer in a ditch on the side of the roadway on West Main Street. Animal Control was contacted.
- A walk-in wanted to speak to an officer in regards to someone taking money from her debit card. Officer Normandin assisted.
February 15, 2023
- Sergeant Schofield checked on a vehicle on South Street. It seemed out of place, and no one was in or around the vehicle.
- A walk-in reported that she kept on finding things in her vehicle.
- A caller reported credit card fraud. Officer Staback spoke with the party.
- A party reported that a lawn company had been dumping wood chips into the roadway on Downey Street. Officer Salentik spoke with the company who said that they would sweep the wood chips up before they leave.
- A Falcon Ridge caller reported that she had gotten a call from “Hopkinton PD” reporting a complaint about her.
- Officer Salentik responded to a deer that had been hit by a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street. The deer ran off.
- Sergeant Schofield responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a deer. The car had minimal damage and Animal Control was called to pick the deer up.
February 16, 2023
- A 911 caller reported a disabled motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street. Officer McKeon responded and reported that the party already had AAA en route.
- A Chestnut Street caller reported a house with windows covered up with paper and one of the pieces said “Help” on it. Officer Normandin responded and reported the paper was for decoration. All was okay.
- A caller reported another caller pretending to be an investigator from the police department saying that his identity had been compromised. The caller was advised of ways to protect them from future fraud.
- A caller reported that she had her identity stolen through a fraudulent text message. Officer McKeon responded and took a report.
- A walk-in reported that someone had hit her car on Monday the 13th in the back lot of the library.
- Officer McKeon responded to a motor vehicle accident on Gasset Street. Papers were exchanged and no personal injuries were reported.
February 17, 2023
- A caller reported that there is a large, hollowed out tree on Winter Street that was in fear of of falling. Officer McKeon responded and noted active cracking.
- Officer McKeon checked on a motor vehicle that was parked in a awkward spot on Blueberry Lane. All was okay.
- Multiple officers responded to a call about two males walking down Ash Street, one of which had blood on his face. The party did not want any help.
February 18, 2023
- A caller reported vandalism & a water problem on Beach Street.
- A West Main Street caller reported that there was strange device with wires coming out of it on her toilet. Multiple officers responded and spoke with the resident. All was okay.
- A person called for assistance in regards to her lost phone. The person was able to track it, meaning that it was in possession of someone else.
- Officer Ekross conducted a motor vehicle check in Legacy Farms South. The owner was just out for a smoke break.
- Two lost credit cards were found and returned back to their owner.
- A 911 caller reported a car crash in the lot near 110 Grill. No personal injuries were reported.
February 19, 2023
- A walk-in wanted to report fraud involving Webster First Federal bank.
- A caller reported that he had found a loose dog at the State Park. Animal Control was contacted, but cancelled en route because the dog was reunited with its owner.
- A walk-in dropped off a credit card that had been found on Walcott Drive. A message was left for the party.
- A walk-in dropped off a set car keys found in front of the town hall.
- Multiple officers checked on on two vehicles running in a parking lot on Grove Street. Both parties were spoken with, who said that they would be on their way soon.