Sherborn Police Log: Erratic Driving, OUI Arrest and Indecent Exposure

The following information was provided by the Sherborn Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

Monday, July 23 

Police Search for Green SUV (4:59 p.m.) - Sherborn Police were on the look out for a green Sports Utility Vehicle after Holliston Police reported such a vehicle was being driven erratically by a female passenger. 

Vehicle Blocking Traffic (8:23 a.m.) - Police responded to Woodland Street to help move a vehicle after it was found blocking a lane of traffic. 

Saturday, July 21

Fireworks Set Off (9:08 p.m.) - A Prospect Street resident reported to police of a possible fireworks situation in the area. Police determined the matter to be in Framingham and subsequently notified Framingham Police. 

Friday, July 20

Car Speeds from Driveway (9:02 p.m.) - A Woodland Street resident reported to police that a vehicle entered her long driveway and then sped off from the area before reaching the home or before being contacted by the resident. 

Drunk Driver Arrested (8:49 p.m.) - Police arrested a 61-year-old female for drunk driving after she crashed her car into a tree on Farm Road. The driver, a Natick resident, was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle as to endanger, a marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. 

Thursday, July 19

Cats Removed from Property (9:14 a.m.) - After receiving a report from The Humane Society about a "cat issue", Sherborn Animal control responded to Farm Road to remove three cats from the property. 

Tuesday, July 17

Indecent Exposure (10:30 a.m.) - Sherborn Police received a report of a male party who allegedly exposed himself to the staff of a business on North Main Street.

Tree in Roadway (4:07 p.m.) - Police responded to Maple Street on a report of a tree in the roadway. The Department of Community Maintenance and Development responded to the scene and coned off the area around the tree.


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