WRITTEN WARNINGS
13

TICKETS
4 Speeding
2 Driving with license suspended
2 Uninspected vehicles
2 Unregistered vehicles
1 Limitations on passing

ARRESTS
4 Driving with criminally suspended license
1 Domestic assault, 1st degree aggravated
1 DUI, 1st offense
1 Negligent operation
1 Reckless endangerment
1 Unlawful restraint, 2nd degree
1 Violation of conditions of release

TOTAL CALLS
123

9/25, 1:18 a.m., Drugs, West Milton Rd.
A resident called in the location of a marijuana plant growing on West Milton Road by Field Ridge Drive. Officer Ed Larente destroyed the single plant.

9/25, 12:57 p.m., Public Assist, Bombardier Rd.
A caller questioned if a door-to-door salesman trying to sell some type of life insurance was legitimate and known. The officer could not find the company online.

9/25, 7:53 p.m., Suspicious, Bradley St.
A woman heard loud banging on the outside of her home, but when Officer Kendra Raymond and Cpl. Scott Philbrook checked it out, they couldn’t find anything that would have caused such a noise.

9/26, 12:49 a.m., Disorderly Conduct, River St.
A 911 call came in, saying kids were running in the street, saying the F-word. Cpl. Philbrook determined the children were upset because their parents were leaving the house. He spoke to the kids and parents and calmed the situation.

9/26, 2:03 p.m., Burglary, Germain St.
Dispatch notes indicate a woman called police after finding someone had rifled through her drawers. Detective Cpl. Paul Locke’s report was not complete at press time.

9/26, 7:54 p.m., Suspicious Event, Herrick Ave.
A resident saw someone walking around, looking in windows with a flashlight. Officer Raymond did not find the subject.

9/27, 10:22 a.m., Traffic Hazard, Landfill Rd.
Officer Charles Brown removed a yard sale sign at the Route 7/Landfill Road intersection that was obstructing motorists’ view.

9/27, 7:36 p.m., Suspicious, Woodcrest Cir.
A woman called police, saying she’d been hit by a car. Police didn’t notice any signs of a collision or any injuries on the subject, but Milton Rescue transported her to Fletcher Allen Health Care for evaluation.

9/28, 4:33 p.m., Citizen Dispute, Hannah Beth Ln.
Officers advised a group of neighbors with an ongoing dispute about tree removal and ATVs riding on the properties to get a civil restraining order.

9/29, 10:48 a.m., Larceny from Motor Vehicle, Cherry St.
A subject took items from a vehicle and threw them on the roadway.

9/29, 5:24 p.m., Found/Lost Property, Overlake Dr.
A man reported losing his handheld GPS in the area of Overlake Drive. It still has not been recovered. Call Milton Police Dept. at 893-6171 with any information.

9/29, 8:13 p.m., Accident – Property Damage, Route 7
In a car-versus-deer accident, the vehicle made it out with minor damage, but the deer perished.

9/30, 11:51 a.m., Juvenile Problem, Milton
A 15-year-old boy was charged with multiple crimes based on recent threatening behavior toward his parents. Police were called to the residence for a domestic incident and first charged him with domestic assault, first degree aggravated, after he choked his mother. Based on statements from both parents, officers also charged the teen with unlawful restraint after he allegedly threatened his parents with a knife two weeks prior; with negligent operation of a vehicle after he purposely swerved into an opposite travel lane with his mother in the car on September 29 and with reckless endangerment for erratic driving in Richmond and Essex on the same day. The teen was lodged at Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Colchester and issued a citation to appear in Family Court on October 1.

10/1, 11:12 a.m., Stolen Vehicle, Route 7
A man said he stored his vehicle at an auto shop a year ago, and it’s now gone. Officer Frank Scalise listed the man’s 1987 BMW 325 as stolen.

10/1, 8:02 p.m., Larceny, Centre Dr.
Two male juveniles admitted to being involved in a shoplifting incident at Kinney Drugs, where one boy dared the other to take a $10 set of headphones. The boy who took the items was trespassed from the store. Officer Raymond’s report does not indicate if the boys were charged criminally or if the property was recovered.

10/1, 8:20 p.m., Vandalism, Herrick Ave.
A caller alerted police that a soccer net outside Milton Elementary School was on fire. Cpl. Philbrook put out the fire with his shoe; Milton Fire Dept. was not needed. Philbrook determined the blaze was intentionally set with a lighter; it burned a 1-square-foot hole in the net. Police notified the school but have no leads or suspects. Call 893-6171 with any information.