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Hopkinton Police Incident Log for January 30, 2023

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It was one of the busiest weeks for Hopkinton PD in recent memory. Winter conditions resulted in multiple accidents, and a domestic violence call led to a scuffle and an arrest on an outstanding warrant. Plus, some rowdy youths had to be bounced from a Main Street store.

ARRESTS

On January 27, Hopkinton PD responded to a 911 caller reporting a possible domestic violence situation. Multiple officers responded and arrested 55-year old Joseph Perron of Framingham on charges of:

  • Assault and Battery of a police officer
  • Resisting arrest
  • Disturbing the peace
  • Outstanding warrant

January 23, 2023

  • Officer Grimley cleared a branch hanging over Pond Street. The road was passable.
  • Multiple officers responded to a disabled motor vehicle on Prestwick Drive. The party was to be on their way.
  • Multiple officers responded to an accident on Clinton Street. The driver hit a pole at the intersection of Clinton and East Main. Verizon was notified, and the vehicle was towed. No injuries were reported.
  • Officer Brooks assisted the State Police with a motor vehicle accident on the Mass Pike.
  • A caller reported a suspicious incident overnight on Davis Road. Officers placed a call back to the party and a message was left.
  • A caller reported a motor vehicle accident on South Street. Officer McKeon responded and took a crash report. No injuries were reported.
  • A caller reported that multiple cars were stuck in the roadway on Cedar Street. Multiple officers assisted.
  • Multiple officers responded to a motor vehicle accident in South Legacy Farms. No injuries were reported.
  • A caller reported that he was stuck on a hill on South Street. A tow truck was enroute already for several vehicles stuck in the roadway. Officer McKeon assisted.
  • Sergeant Brennan responded to a reported disabled motor vehicle on Cedar Street. The area was checked with a negative find.
  • A caller reported a motor vehicle accident on Wood Street. Officer Normandin responded and took a report. The vehicle was towed, and no injuries were reported.
  • Multiple officers responded to a car stuck on a hill. The women was assisted, and the car was back underway.
  • A Mayhew Center caller was looking to see whose car was left in their lot. They were concerned that the plow drivers would have issues plowing. Officer Davis responded and advised the Senior Center about the incident.
  • Officer LaTour responded to a big brown dog and a little black dog running loose on Elm Street.
  • Officer Salentik responded to a crash on Clinton Street. A tow truck was enroute. No personal injuries were reported.
  • Officer Beloin assisted with a disable motor vehicle in North Legacy Farms. Triple A responded.
  • A wire pole was hanging low on Pond Street. Sergeant Burchard notified Verizon, who said they would be responding shortly.

January 24, 2023

  • St. John’s called to request a vehicle be moved off of Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Normandin responded and spoke with the calling party.
  • A caller reported a tree down on Elizabeth Road. Sergeant Brennan responded and reported that the tree had already been removed.
  • A caller reported a disabled motor vehicle near the boathouse on Cedar Street. A tow truck was contacted for a winch out. Officer Normandin assisted with the situation.
  • Officer Normandin responded to a motor vehicle accident on Main Street. No personal injuries were reported.
  • A Davis Road caller reported that her neighbor has been taking her mail. Officer Normandin responded and took a report.
  • A caller reported unemployment fraud.
  • An Ash Street caller reported that she has wires down from the pole into her driveway. She had called Eversource. Her concern was people mistaking their driveway for North Mill Street. Officer Walker assisted with the situation, and the caller said that she would put her car at the end of her driveway to prevent anyone from entering.
  • Officer Salentik assisted the Fire Department with a house lock out on East Man Street. The dog sitter was locked out, and the Fire Department was able to gain access.
  • January 25, 2023
  • Multiple officers responded to an injured deer that had been struck by a vehicle on Clinton Street. The deer had been dispatched. A message was left for Animal Control.
  • Officer McKeon assisted the Fire Department with a gas detection on Davis Road. The building was evacuated and Eversource was responding.
  • A walk-in reported a lost black wallet, and another walk-in reported a lost passport.
  • A Milford caller reported a hit and run involving a bus hitting a wall on South Street. Sergeant O’Neill responded and checked the area with a negative find. Milford PD ended up locating the bus.
  • A caller reported multiple potholes along the street on Saddle Hill Road. A message was left for DPW.
  • A Fenton Street caller reported a vehicle had been parked near her driveway for 45 minutes. Officer Normandin responded and found the vehicle legally parked.
  • Another Fenton Street caller reported a vehicle with its lights on and trunk open. Multiple officers responded and spoke with the residents who said that the vehicle was just being moved into the driveway.
  • A caller reported that a person was going up to his house trying to get into his garage. The suspect was seen through a Ring camera. Multiple officers responded and took a report.

January 26, 2023

  • A caller reported seeing someone walk around his property through his Ring camera on Claflin Avenue. Multiple officers responded and checked the area with a negative find.
  • Multiple officers responded to a motor vehicle accident on Hayden Rowe Street. Personal injuries were reported, and the driver was cited for marked lanes violation and a OUI. No arrest was made at the time; the party will be summoned to court to answer the charges.
  • A caller reported that her Aunt is trying to enter her house and she is unable to because the landlord likely changed the locks in Pinecrest Village. Sergeant Brennan responded to the civil dispute and spoke with the involved parties.
  • Sergeant Brennan spoke with someone burning wood on East Main Street. They did have a permit.
  • Westborough PD requested a well being check on a male party that had just performed a custody exchange. Sergeant Brennan followed them to the town line and the check was completed.
  • A caller reported that they were home alone and someone was banging on their door on Lumber Street. Sergeant O’Neill checked the area with a negative find.

January 27, 2023

  • A Davis Road caller reported that someone was banging on her door, and she was scared. Multiple officers checked with and spoke to the reporting party. She was all set, no one was in the area.
  • A caller reported a past Breaking and Entering attempt on Freedom Way. Multiple officers responded and took a report.
  • A 911 caller stated that many teenagers were trashing a store on Main Street. Multiple officers responded and spoke with the juveniles involved. A report was taken.
  • Later, another 911 caller reported the youths causing a disturbance at the store on Main Street. Multiple officers responded and removed the youths.
  • A report was given of a vehicle that appeared to have been in an accident on Angles Way. No injuries were reported.
  • A Downey Street caller reported hearing gunshots in the area. The area was checked, and all was well.
  • A caller reported an erratic driver on School Street. Backup was requested, and all was okay.
  • A caller reported a stream of water in the roadway that was icing up on Tiffany Trail. Officer Normandin responded and contacted DPW for salt.

January 28, 2023

  • A 911 caller reported a large deceased deer in the middle of the road on Cedar Street. Officer Grimley responded and the deer was taken care of.
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported another deceased deer on the side of the roadway. Multiple officers responded, and the deer was removed from the street.
  • A walk-in party spoke to multiple officers about kids going onto their property.

January 29, 2023

  • A West Elm Street caller reported parties firing off guns too close to occupied areas. Multiple officers responded and checked the area with a negative find.
  • A caller reported a noise/town bylaw violation of a commercial tree removal on Chamberlain Street. Sergeant Brennan responded and spoke with the homeowner who reported that he was doing non-commercial tree work.
  • Multiple officers responded to a call about possible gunshots in the woods around South Legacy Farms. The area was checked with a negative find.
  • Officer Brooks responded to a report about a deceased raccoon in the road on East Main Street.
  • A walk-in reported that she believed she was being stalked. Multiple officers assisted.
  • A caller reported that there was a dead cat in the roadway on Wood Street. Officer LaTour responded to determine if the cat needed to be removed by DPW.
  • A Davis Road caller reported that another resident was taking her mail and was looking into her windows at night. Officer Grimley took the report.

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