WRITTEN WARNINGS

42

TICKETS

5 Driving with suspended license

4 Uninspected vehicles

1 Using portable electronic device

1 Counterfeit plates, stickers, etc.

2 Uninsured vehicles

1 Misuse of number plates

3 Speeding

ARRESTS

2 Driving with criminally suspended license

1 Violation of abuse prevention order

TOTAL CALLS

166

2/7, 9:29 a.m., Public Assist, Field Ridge Dr.

Officer Richard Corbin spoke with a woman regarding questions she had about a restraining order.

2/7, 12:20 p.m., Retail Theft, Route 7

Officer Corbin took a complaint of a larceny from a business. He is still attempting to identify the offender.

2/7, 4:38 p.m., Overdose, Route 7 at Petty Brook Rd.

This case is still actively under investigation.

2/7, 7:26 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Russell Circ.

Cpl. Jason Porter responded to an argument between family members. Upon arriving, he determined no criminal charges were necessary and offered services and options to the people involved to help diffuse the argument.

2/8, 4:40 a.m., Assist Motorist, Route 7 at Gonyeau Rd.

Cpl. Porter checked on a motorist who had a flat tire. The motorist advised he was all set and did not require assistance, and a tow truck was on the way. Porter set up road flares as an additional precaution to warn oncoming traffic until the tow truck arrived.

2/8, 8:31 a.m., Suspicious, James Dr.

Cpl. Chris Grenier responded to a report of a suspicious van parked in the area. He was unable to locate the vehicle. No further description was provided.

2/8, 8:41 a.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Lake Rd. at Manley Rd.

Cpl. Grenier responded to a report of a vehicle which was off the roadway. He arrived and found no one with the vehicle. The vehicle was undamaged and had not caused any damage. Attempts to contact the operator were unsuccessful. He checked back a short time later, and the vehicle was removed.

2/8, 12:51 a.m., Animal Problem, East Rd.

A woman brought a dog at-large to the Milton Police Department. Attempts to locate the owner were unsuccessful, and no animal control officer was available. Cpl. Grenier transported the dog to a kennel in Colchester, as that was where the dog was located.

2/8, 4:30 p.m., Fraud, Catamount Dr.

This case is under active investigation.

2/9, 8:51 a.m., Public Assist, Lake Rd.

Officer William Bosworth spoke with a subject about questions related to a restraining order.

2/9, 1:18 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Bombardier Rd.

Officer Bosworth responded to a road rage incident where one operator had followed another and confronted them at a local business. He determined no criminal charges were necessary.

2/10, 3:12 a.m., Weapons Offense, Meadow Rd.

This case is under active investigation.

2/10, 12:02 p.m., Public Assist, Taylor St.

Officer Matthew McQueen spoke with a complainant about a phone which was supposed to have been delivered, but was delivered to an incorrect address. The complainant initially reported the phone as stolen. McQueen determined where the phone was actually shipped, spoke with the receiver who still was in possession of the phone and returned it to the owner.

2/10, 2 p.m., Accident – Property Damage, River St.

Officer Ed Larente responded to a minor motor vehicle crash in a parking lot. He completed a crash report form and provided it to both operators. There were no injuries.

2/10, 2:19 p.m., Larceny from Building, Acorn Dr.

Officer McQueen spoke with a subject who believed items were taken from their apartment. He was unable to find any signs of unlawful access. The case is still open.

2/10 ,4:28 p.m., Public Assist, McMullen Rd.

Officer Larente spoke with parties involved in a custody dispute. He advised both parties to abide by the court stipulated conditions, and both eventually agreed.

2/10, 9:21 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Russell Circ.

Cpl. Gordon LaFountain responded to a parent requesting assistance with their child who was sitting outside in a snowbank, refusing to come inside. LaFountain spoke with the child and convinced them to go back inside. He spoke with the family about options and services.

2/11, 9:42 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Route 7

Cpl. LaFountain responded to a report of an erratic operator. He located the vehicle and determined the operator was lost but not impaired. He provided directions.

2/11, 10:37 p.m., Domestic Disturbance, Route 7

Cpl. LaFountain responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. He determined the disturbance was only verbal, and neither party needed police assistance. He advised the parties to separate until they could have their conversation in a peaceful manner.

2/12, 12:23 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Rebecca Lander Dr.

This case is still under active investigation.

2/12, 2:37 p.m., Drugs, Haydenberry Dr.

Officer Jareco Coulombe stopped a vehicle for a motor vehicle violation. He subsequently observed signs of drug use, asked for and was granted consent to search the vehicle. He recovered a small amount of drugs. He issued paperwork for the motor vehicle violation. The drugs were seized and placed in evidence for proper disposal.

2/12, 5:41 p.m., SRO Activity, Herrick Ave.

Cpl. Scott Philbrook instructed a class at the Milton Elementary School on the topic of school safety preparedness.

2/12, 7:09 p.m., Suspicious, Barnum St.

This case is under active investigation.

2/13, 12:28 p.m., Disturbance, McMullen Rd.

Officer Coulombe spoke with parties involved in a dispute over a vehicle and payment of services. The customer was upset he couldn’t to pay with a check. While the customer went to the bank to withdraw funds, Coulombe suggested to the business owner that in the future, he ensure his customers knew what forms of payment he accepts.

2/13, 4:17 p.m., Suspicious, Villemaire Ln.

A business owner reported an open window. They were unsure if the window was accidentally left open. It did not appear anything was missing, and the report was for informational purposes.

2/13, 6:33 p.m., Public Assist, Owen Ct.

Officer Corbin responded to a request to standby during a child custody exchange. Prior to arriving, he was advised the exchange had occurred without incident, and no police assistance was necessary. He checked in with the parties involved to ensure nothing further was needed.

2/13, 8:07 p.m., Disorderly Conduct, Route 7

Officer Kendra Raymond spoke with a complainant late-reporting an acquaintance of hers came to her residence, got upset when she did not answer the door and threw items of her property off the porch. The woman wanted to report the incident in case anything further occurred, and advised nothing was damaged. No action was deemed necessary.