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Hopkinton Police Incident Log September 19, 2023

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This week was packed full of minor car crashes, runaway dogs, and a card-eating ATM.

September 12, 2023

  • Officer Walker checked in on a camper parked on South Street. The shades are drawn and there is no answer at the door, so unsure if it is occupied or not.
  • 911 caller reported a vehicle operating with two broken brake lights and thought it was dangerous. The caller informed the driver may have gone to Upton, Officer Grimley responded but did not find the vehicle.

September 13, 2023

  • A minor accident occurred on East Main Street between a school bus and a pole.
  • A call came in about a white school caravan speeding on Hayden Rowe.
  • Multiple calls reporting a male claiming to be from Eversource was going from door to door on Sanctuary Lane. Officer Ekross checked the area.
  • A women walked-in reporting that she was rear ended the day before and went to a couple different businesses in the area to receive camera video of the parking lot where she thinks it happened. The businesses asked her to get police assistance.
  • Officer Cifuentes responded to a call of a man in his late 40s or 50s possibly urinating on the side of the road. The caller felt he was being indecent and was bothered by the incident so she decided to report. According to the description, the man had a cane and was wearing a plaid shirt. Patrol was advised and checked the area.

September 14, 2023

  • A vehicle complaint came in about a car parked on the side of the road for the last two days. The caller stated he reached out to the community and it belonged to no one. Officer McKeon made contact with the owner and checked everything was okay.
  • Officer Grimley assisted a call of a gopher stuck in a woman’s baseball netting in her yard. Grimley was able to free the gopher.
  • A walk-in reported X’s on the back of her car that she was concerned they had to do with trafficking. Officer Grimley spoke with the woman and checked out the vehicle.
  • Westborough reported they had a party lost that was trying to get back to their town but were unsure how. Their last known location was in Westborough and Wood Street. Eventually the party was able to make her way home.
  • A supervisor from the water department stated the company that delivers water to them hit their fence and damaged it. He was able to speak with the driver, however the driver denied it and sped away. The supervisor was able to get the plate and requested the incident just be logged for now.
  • A caller reports his son left the house and hadn’t returned and he was not answering his cell. Officers LaTour, Normandin, and O’Neil respond and believe the party to be on foot. The son was found on Walnut Way and the Officers were in contact with the parents.
  • A man reports a vehicle in front of him littered twice. He tried to speak with them, but they sped off. The man provided a plate number, but it did not come back with anything. The car was described as a grey SUV with a couple of young kids inside.
  • A women called and stated she had found a older, small, white dog in between the high school and Cornell’s. She stated she could not take the dog home, but she knocked on a few doors in the area to try to find the owner. Baypath and Animal Control were not available and with the women being unable to take the dog home, she had no choice but to let it go and hope it finds its way back to its home.

September 15, 2023

  • Officer Normandin gave advise to a caller concerned about harassment.
  • Officers LaTour, Normandin, O’Neil, and Santoro report to a call of a fight between a couple of 15 year olds on Main Street.
  • A 911 call came in about a hit and run in a parking lot near Hayden Rowe.
  • A 911 caller stated someone claimed to be the police and was asking for information and money.
  • An individual calls 911 reporting a verbal argument and threats between a boss and employee. There were no further issues.
  • A walk-in reported that the CVS ATM has been eating people’s cards and damaging it when they retrieve it. Officer LaTour called the bank.

September 16, 2023

  • Man reports his truck broke down in the Price Chopper parking lot and it will be staying their overnight. He will have it removed in the morning.
  • A women reports her daughter was babysitting last night and a vehicle kept driving by her slowly.
  • 911 caller states his 7 year old ran out of the house and the family was searching for him. The father called back later to inform the officers he had found his son.
  • A small, white dog with black and brown spots was running after cars on Wood Street. A motorist passing found the dog and brought it to the station.
  • A man reports some kids took his things and ran. Officers Normandin and O’Neil were responding when the caller called back to inform them that he got his things back. Normandin and O’Neil spoke with the parties and it just turned out to be a misunderstanding.

September 17, 2023

  • Ashland PD reports a stolen vehicle from their town. They are locating the vehicle and notified Hopkinton and Milford PD. Upon tracking the vehicle, it turned out to be a misunderstanding and the operator had permission to use the vehicle.
  • Caller reports dirt bikes racing up and down Downey Street.
  • Officers Ekross, Grimley, and O’Neil respond to a hit in run near Downey Street. The vehicle took off towards Upton and the Upton PD were notified.
  • A call reporting 40-50 people were gathered on the beach by Lakeshore Drive. Officers Ekross and O’Neil cleared out the area.
  • A women reports someone hit her car while she was driving.
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