Southborough police log (6/29/12 – 7/3/12): Driver dies after crash in Southborough

by susan on July 5, 2012

A Framingham man who worked at New England Center for Children died after crashing his car on Boston Road Monday morning. He apparently suffered a medical event prior to the crash, and the police log reports CPR was performed on the man at the scene. You can read more in this article by the Metrowest Daily News.

Here’s more of what happened this week as reported on the Southborough Police Department Facebook page.

Friday, June 29, 2012

  • 1:01 am – Officer on patrol noticed a suspicious motor vehicle parked at a Turnpike Road Business. Operator appears to be sleeping…checks OK.
  • 4:38 am – Assisted other departments. Officers gave a courtesy transport of a Marlboro resident from the Ashland town line to the Marlboro town line.
  • 10:12 am – Passing motorist reported an open manhole on Central Street. Officer responded and returned cover to correct position.
  • 11:09 am – An audible fire alarm came in from Finn School. Fire department responded and found everything to be in order, unknown reason for activation.
  • 12:17 pm – Senior center staff requested a well being check on a Pinecone Road resident. Officers checked the residence and neighbors confirmed seeing that person earlier this morning. All appears to be in order.
  • 2:06 pm – officers responded to a possible road rage incident that took place on Route 495. Both vehicles ended up at a Southville Road business. Both operators were identified and released.
  • 5:39 pm – A Parkerville Road resident reported that he saw a male looking at his house. He gave a description of a small gray sedan. Officers responded but vehicle was GOA (gone on arrival).
  • 8:51 pm – A Marlboro resident was involved in a motor vehicle crash involving a deer. No injuries were reported, and the deer fled into the woods.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

  • 1:35 am – officer checked on a suspicious white “Ryder” box truck on Main Street. Everything checked OK.
  • 3:26 am – A Duxbury, MA resident was put into protective custody following an incident involving State police on Route 495.
  • 6:39 am – A CRIMINAL APPLICATION was issued to a Marlboro resident for driving without a license. The incident took place on Turnpike Road.
  • 10:00 am – Police assisted with the installation and inspection of a child safety seat at the station.
  • 12:24 pm – A CRIMMINAL APPLICATION issued to a Fall River, MA resident for driving with a revoked license.
  • 1:23 pm – A passing motorist reported seeing an injured goose on Cordaville Road (RTE 85). The ACO was notified.
  • 2:22 pm – Officers checked on an abandoned 9-1-1 from a residence on Mt. Vickery Road…confirmed accidental.
  • 4:14 pm – Officers assisted with a paving crew on Framingham road while they repaired a hole in the roadway.
  • 8:04 pm – Officer responded to a Hilltop Drive residence for an accidental 9-1-1 call, confirmed accidental.
  • 9:30 pm – A possible DMV was reported to be on Framingham Road near Marlboro road. Officer confirmed…mother feeding her baby.
  • 11:29 pm – A Walnut Drive resident reported that there was a suspicious motor vehicle parked in an odd location. A responding officer investigated…everything OK.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

  • 2:58 am – A call came in on the intercom line at the station. No one was on the other end. Dispatcher requested an officer to check the front door of the fire department to see if there was someone there using the intercom and that they needed assistance. Officers checked but found nothing.
  • 6:17 am – A Presidential Drive resident reported that someone left a Remax sign on their front lawn.
  • 6:22 am – Officers checked the area of Presidential Drive for further acts of vandalism. Nothing found.
  • 12:54 pm – A passing motorist reported seeing a dead beaver on Fisher Road. ACO was notified.
  • 5:58 pm – Officers stopped a motor vehicle on Turnpike Road; the operator had an active warrant. Upon further investigation, the operator produced court documents stating that the warrant was no longer active. The operator was allowed to leave.
  • 8:43 pm – Police assisted the fire department with a medical on Pinecone Lane.
  • 9:38 pm – A Middle Road resident reported that there was a Bobcat Machine blocking the entrance to a Turnpike Road business. Officers called and left a message with the owner to call the station.
  • 10:06 pm – A Framingham resident was involved with a motor vehicle crash involving a deer. No injuries were reported and the deer was deceased off the road.

Monday, July 2, 2012

  • 2:33 am – An alarm came in from a Newton Street business. Officers responded to find the building secure.
  • 3:17 am – Police assisted the manager of a Newton Street Business with a walk through of previous alarm call. Everything checked OK.
  • 5:08 am – A one car motor vehicle crash was reported by a passing motorist on Turnpike Road near the Westboro town line. Officers on scene found the vehicle approximately 100 feet from the roadway. The operator, a west Wareham resident, stated that he fell asleep on his way home from work. Damage was done to two business’ property. No injuries were reported. The operator’s vehicle was totaled.
  • 9:51 am – Police assisted a Pine Hill Road business with the removal of an un-wanted worker.
  • 10:24 am – A Framingham resident was involved in a single motor vehicle crash that occurred on Boston Road at the intersection of Firmin Ave. Police on scene started CPR on the operator of the vehicle. The operator was then transported by EMS. (more)
  • 10:41 am – Police assisted a local funeral home with an escort to Rural cemetery.
  • 11:26 am – On Main Street, a CRIMINAL APPLICATION was issued to a Marlboro resident for driving without a license.
  • 12:57 pm – On Turnpike Road, a CRIMINAL APPLICATION was issued to a Milford, MA resident for driving without a license.
  • 2:50 pm – A Shrewsbury resident, using a metal detector, found a hand gun in the mud off White Bagley Road. Police secured the gun. An Investigation will follow.
  • 4:50 pm – An officer followed up on an investigation to a business on New York Ave. officer was able to return found equipment to business.
  • 4:56 pm – a Hopkinton Animal shelter reported a missing greyhound. Wearing a shelter tag, the dog is described as small and brindle in color. Any information on the whereabouts, please contact the Southborough Police Department (508) 485-2121.
  • 11:23 pm – A Marlboro resident came to the station lobby to seek advice from a police officer regarding a domestic matter.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

  • 12:47 am – A verbal warning was given to a Billerica, MA resident for a motor vehicle violation. Incident took place on Turnpike Road.
  • 7:03 am – A written citation was issued to a Southville Road resident for speeding on Main Street.
  • 7:08 am – A homeowner on Newton Street reported a possible theft of construction materials from his back yard. Report taken.
  • 8:20 am – A Parkerville Road resident reported a barking dog complaint. The location of the barking was unknown, but came from the area of Richards Road near the Mass Pike Bridge.
  • 9:22 am – A Turnpike Road business employee reported a dead deer up against the guardrail near his business. The ACO was notified.
  • 10:04 am – Officer confirmed an accidental 9-1-1 call from a Hilltop residence.
  • 11:19 am – A resident from Edgewood Road reported a lost dog. ACO was notified.
  • 1:41 pm – An officer delivered a 209A order in hand to a Woodland Road resident.
  • 3:15 pm – Police took a report of a male and female arguing on the side of the road near School Street and Ledge Hill Road. Nothing found.
  • 7:52 pm – Officers responded to a report of a highly intoxicated male on Turnpike Road. The unknown male was transported to the hospital by EMS. Investigation to follow.
  • 9:45 pm – A CRIMINAL APPLICATION was issued to a Milford, MA resident for a revoked registration. The incident took place on Turnpike Road near Flagg Road.
  • 10:20 pm – An ARREST was made after an ongoing investigation at a Turnpike Road business.

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