WRITTEN WARNINGS
50

TICKETS
3 Using portable electronic device
2 Speeding
2 Uninsured drivers
1 Condition of vehicle
1 Display fictitious/altered license/registration
1 Driving with suspended license
1 Failure to use child restraint system
1 Misuse of number plates
1 Uninspected vehicles

ARRESTS
2 Driving with criminally suspended license
2 Violation of release conditions

TOTAL CALLS
191

5/9, 12:01 a.m., Suspicious, Route 7
Officers received a report of two kids playing on the roof of Hannaford. When store employees confronted them, the kids took off. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate them.

5/9, 8:21 a.m., Domestic Disturbance, Owen Ct.
Officers responded to a report of a verbal domestic. Upon arrival, both parties advised it was a verbal argument and nothing physical had occurred.

5/9, 12:16 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Herrick Ave.
Officer Kendra Raymond assisted Milton Middle School Staff with a juvenile that was not following instruction. She was also asked if she could provide a ride to the student. Officer Raymond was not able to provide a ride home, as no parents were home and no one could reach them. The student stayed at school with school staff until a plan was put in place.

5/9, 12:55 p.m., K9 Assist, Williston Rd.
Cpl. Jason Porter and K9 Hatchi assisted with a sweep of a vehicle and a bag for drugs. Investigation continues at this time.

5/9, 3:22 p.m., Burglary, Owen Ct.
The case is under active investigation.

5/9, 6:23 p.m., Vandalism, Landfill Rd.
Officer Charles Brown took a report of a vandalism to a rear window of a vehicle. The owner was not sure when it exactly happened or who may have done it.

5/10, 8:03 a.m., Juvenile Problem, Middle Rd.
Officers responded to a report of a juvenile who was threatening self-harm. Upon arrival officers spoke with the subject and parents and come up with a safety plan for the juvenile. Officers encouraged them to call again if needed.

5/10, 8:26 a.m., Found/Lost Property, Arrowhead Ave.
Officer Matthew McQueen recovered an abandoned bike.

5/10, 4:47 p.m., Intoxication, Bombardier Park
Cpl. Gordon LaFountain responded to a report of a intoxicated male at Bombardier Park. The male was intoxicated but not incapacitated. The male was given a courtesy ride to a friend’s house.

5/10, 6:26 p.m., Public Assist, Route 2
Officer Brown spoke with a man about his dock having floated away and into the Sand Bar State Park. The man located his dock and had secured it to a tree. He advised he was making arrangements to have it removed, but was worried he might get ticketed. Officer Brown informed him police had not received any complaints and suggested police would contact him if it needed to be removed.

5/11, 2:48 a.m., Domestic Disturbance, Route 7
Officer Brown responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between two parties. Upon arrival they informed him that it was just a verbal dispute. Brown advised them to be quiet and not disturb the neighbors.

5/11, 9:51 a.m., Larceny from Vehicle, Raspberry Ct.
Officer Richard Corbin responded to a report of a vehicle broken into during the evening hours.

5/11, 2:48 p.m., Suspicious, Bear Trap Rd.
Officer Corbin responded to the area for a report of three suspicious people in a vehicle. The complainant advised she saw two of the three people exit the vehicle and head to her neighbor’s house. When they were confronted by the complainant, they advised they were looking for a friend. The complainant requested extra patrols in the area.

5/11, 7:01 p.m., Citizen Dispute, Shady Ln.
Cpl. Porter spoke with a woman about trees being cut down in the “buffer zone.” She was advised this was a civil issue and she should speak to the other party as there was no trespassing occurring on her property.

5/11, 8:07 p.m., K9 Assist, Route 104/Gricebook Rd.
Cpl. Porter and K9 Hatchi assisted St. Albans Police with a K9 sweep of a vehicle for drugs. Drugs and paraphernalia were recovered from the occupants as well as the vehicle.

5/11, 11:14 p.m., Vandalism, Ellison St.
Officers observed two male juveniles putting a mailbox in a roadway. Officers attempted to catch the males but were unable to locate them after they ran into the woods.

5/12, 3:04 a.m., Suspicious, Southerberry Dr.
Officer Noi Jones observed a vehicle parked with its lights on for an hour. A check of the vehicle and area was conducted and nothing suspicious was observed.

5/12, 10:43 a.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Hobbs Rd.
Officer Jareco Coulombe spoke to a man about the way he interacted with another motorist. Coulombe had learned that one operator ran a stop sign and the other operator started yelling and berating him.

5/12, 12:34 p.m., Public Assist, Park Pl.
Officer Coulombe assisted parties with a custodial dispute. At the conclusion of the investigation, Coulombe determined no laws had been broken and there was no need to remove the juvenile from the residence.

5/12, 5:41 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Clapper Rd.
A complainant called to speak to an officer about loud noise coming from the end of Clapper Way from a group of motorcycles. The complainant was instructed about noise statutes and what constitutes unreasonable noise.

5/12, 7:35 p.m., Public Assist, Centre Dr.
Cpl. Porter checked on the status of a vehicle for sale at the request of the property owner.

5/12, 8:29 p.m., Fireworks, Sanderson Rd.
Officer Jones investigated reported of fireworks in the area of Sanderson Road and Lake Road. He did not observe any fireworks while in the area.

5/13, 12:12 a.m., Noise, Main St.
Cpl. Porter was dispatched to the area of Main Street for a report of loud booms that sounded like explosions. He did not hear anything unusual, and no other complaints were received.

5/13, 10:10 a.m., Drugs, Railroad St. at Barnum St.
Officer Corbin conducted a motor vehicle stop after observing a motor vehicle violation. He observed signs of marijuana possibly being in the vehicle, and the operator admitted to possessing the drug. Corbin issued a civil ticket, as the amount of marijuana did not reach the criminal level.

5/13, 3:20 p.m., Suspicious, Shirley Ave.
Cpl. Chris Grenier received a complaint about possible drug activity involving a vehicle parked outside of a residence. Investigation showed the complainant had no credible, specific information. Grenier determined the vehicle was waiting for a wrecker, as Officer Corbin stopped it earlier that day, and the vehicle was grounded there.

5/14, 3:30 p.m., Suspicious, River St.
A juvenile male reported being followed by a white work truck similar in size to a U-Haul vehicle. The juvenile did not recognize the two occupants of the vehicle. No further description was given.

5/14, 8 p.m., Suspicious, Herrick Ave. at Mackey St.
Officer William Bosworth responded to a report of a man removing dirt from a property without permission. When confronted by a family member of the landowner, the man left.

5/15, 6:32 a.m., Animal Problem, North Rd.
Officer Bosworth received a complaint about cows loose on North Road. The owner of the cows was called, and he advised he was sending someone to round them up.

5/15, 8:18 p.m., Suspicious, Red Clover Way at Poor Farm Rd.
The case is under active investigation.

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