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Oh My: Animal Edition

Our "oh my gosh" police news round-up includes the bizarre, the outrageous, the silly, and the disgusting.

 

This week was an animal-centric one in MetroWest police log entries. 

It's not Thanksgiving yet

In Milford, police received a report of suspicious activity on Lucia Drive. A caller reported a man in the area was driving around looking for turkeys, having told her he was "a turkey hunter." Police were not able to locate the man.

Giddy-up

In Holliston, Police responded to a report of a horse loose in traffic on Concord Street. The animal was corralled by its owner.

 

Can anyone triage a beaver?

Also in Holliston, a Prospect Street resident reported seeing a sick beaver. The animal ran into the woods before police arrived. The caller said he would call police if he saw the beaver again

Not animal-related, but still warranting an OMG nod...

In Marlborough, police responded to a disturbance near the intersection of Lincoln Street and Winter Avenue. Scanner traffic indicated that police were receiving reports of an intoxicated woman screaming at passing traffic. No arrest was made. 

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